Belonging to the Huari Culture (600-900 AD), and later occupied by the Inca, the Sondor complex was founded in the environs of Lake Pacucha at an altitude of 3200 meters above sea level. The site consists of a range of pyramid shaped mounds, which could have been combined to act as a fort. Rectangular and quadrangular walls are grouped together and surrounded by terraces that culminate in platforms, presenting expansive views of the lake.

Location Access
Province: Andahuaylas
2 kilometers from
Pacucha Lagoon
30 minutes walk
21 kilometers from
the city of
Andahuaylas to
Pacucha Lagoon
30 minutes by car
District: Pacucha
Site Details
Entrance Fee:
Opening Hours:
Museum & Other Services:
Adults S/.10.00 Monday to Sunday
8:00 – 17:00