This site is a Bolivian National Monument which still keeps the testimony of the Inca settlements. It is found 26 Km. west of the city of Cochabamba, in the top of a hill which limits Sipe Sipe, in the Link´u gap and on the way which connects Sipe Sipe with Li´pichi.
Incarraq´ay is an arqueological site which has a great historical interest, it is one of the strategic strongholds of the Inca Empire: a military fortress (Pucara) for the control of the corn producing valleys; it is built in stone, at a difficult height for access and with a broad visual domain. The built space has an approximate dimension of 50 meters wide in the north sector, and 150 meters wide in a north-south orientation. It counts with a set of environments with small furnaces and galleries.
From Sipe Sipe to the ruins we can get through two ways, a pathway of 6 kilometers and through a road for vehicles which is 12 kilometers long..
Incarraq’ay has a beautiful sight of the Cochabamba Valley at the feet of the Tunari mountain.