Called the Inca’s Bath, Tambomachay (7 a.m.–6 p.m. daily) lies about 300 meters off the Pisac road, though it is well marked with a sign. It is a well-preserved example of the sacred water fountains found at nearly every important Inca temple, including Pisac , Ollantaytambo , and Machu Picchu .
The Inca took a natural spring and painstakingly channeled the water through three waterfalls, which continue to work perfectly today. There is a fine Inca wall above with ceremonial niches.
The Inca worshiped water as a vital life element, and this site no doubt formed part of a water cult. From here, you can see Puca Pucara , on the other side of the road.