The rural community of Choquecancha is located approximately 3.850 meters above sea level, in the foothills of the Lares Mountain Range, a part of the spectacular Andes. Choquecancha is brimming with pieces of Incan history, such as terraces, qolqas, and other architectural relics of the Inca period. The main plaza boasts an Inca wall with trapezoidal doors, additionally, the “Qhapaq Ñan”, the famous Incan road network, crosses through Choquecancha. There are spectacular views of the surrounding mountains from different viewpoints within the town. Both houses and the life there are very traditional (thatched rooves, and adobe walls and ovens). The beautiful and relaxing Lares Hot Springs, with medicinal waters that range from 36° to 44° C., are located very close to the community.