Iskanwaya is one of Bolivia's largest and most important archaeological sites. but is little known and rarely visited. It lies at an altitude of around 1700m / 5,450ft in the remote and deep River Llica canyon near Aucapata in the Muñecas Province of La Paz Department on the northern side of the Andean cordilleras. The site was built and occupied by the Mollo Culture between approx 800 and 1400AD. Since 2018 the La Paz Departmental Government has been carrying out investigations and a restoration project at the site, with the longer term aim of increasing tourism to this region. This gallery contains images of not only Iskanwaya but also a number of smaller Mollo sites nearby in the Llica Canyon. I have more images of Iskanwaya available (including many of the large areas of the ruins that are less well preserved), please get in touch if you would like to see more!