Breathtaking views of Moray ruins is an added bonus
The Moray Ruins are popular Inca vestiges to visit. They are located not far from Imperial City. These ruins are made up of three groups of different circular terraces. These are named after Muyus in the Quechua language. From the highest to the lowest terrace they descend about 150 meters, that is, 490 feet high. Each of the Muyus has about 12 levels of terraces.
In addition, the largest Muyu has a diameter of about 182 meters or 600 feet. These depressions are surrounded by an impressive natural landscape full of imposing mountains of the Peruvian Andes.