If you're staying the night in Peguche, it's worth it to take the 20 minute walk to the town's sacred waterfall. About 2 kilometers (1 mi) long, the trail has an array of sellers, hoping that you will buy their jewelry and dream-catchers. Along the way, you'll also pass through a eucalyptus-forested area where you can camp. The waterfall is not spectacular, but it is serene -particularly if few other travelers are around; during the June festival of Inti Raymi however, this site becomes the place for ritualistic baths conducted by the locals.
Just on the outskirts of Peguche
There is no cost to enter, but you have to sign your name in a book at the entrance, and donations are gratefully received.
Relative price: Free