Potential of tourism resources: natural, productive and archaeological in the Inkawasi district Cusco region Peru.
The research aimed to describe and illustrate the potential of tourism resources: natural, productive and archaeological, located in the Inkawasi district, Cusco region. The research is under the qualitative approach, micro ethnographic design, supported by the descriptive method. The sample was the geomorphological system: mountains, rivers, caves, as well as interviews with residents and authorities. The characteristics of the natural, productive and archaeological tourist resources in the Inkawasi district are: unique in nature, formed by the action of a natural force, peculiar in the aspect of the formation of
the geographical micro space, such as the Tuyu Machay cave, which It contains human remains (bones) dating from the Inca period, as well as flora and fauna, and conditions for trekking and hakking activities. The river passage, a unique, warm area of the jungle, with fine sandy beaches to rest, baths and therapeutic treatment. The Incawasi Valley Agrarian Cooperative serves for experiential-productive tourism, in addition to the coffee tasting process. With the exception of the Cooperative, tourist resources: natural, archaeological, do not present an extreme state of vulnerability, they also do not have physical-legal sanitation
and the national inventory register. Road access is regular by established road.