Spiritual Journeys

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Tour A - Cusco, Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu: 12 Days / 11 Nights

Day 1:

We arrive in Cusco, then transfer to the Sacred Valley of the Inkas to rest and adjust to the altitude. In the afternoon we will meet with the shamans who will guide our fire ceremony this evening.


Day 2:

Today we go to Moray, “The Belly of the Mother”, where we experience an opening of our energies and souls. With the Q’ero shamans we will create a despacho for connecting to Mother Earth.


Day 3:

Today we will journey to the ruins of Ollantaytambo. We will do a ceremony in the Naupa Iglesia, the old temple. There you can receive the first carpay of the Pampamesayoq. This is a beautiful and powerful place to begin the path of the inka tradition.


Day 4:

This morning you can explore Macchu Picchu, the “City of the Inkas”. This mysterious site has fascinated tourists and scholars since its discovery in 1911. Machu Picchu is an incredible marvel of architectural design and structure. Find a quiet place to meditate and feel the wisdom of this magical place. Later in the day you may want to visit the hot springs of Aguas Caliente, explore this international town, and end the day with a gourmet dinner. We will spend the night in Aguas Calientes beside the Urubamba River.


Day 5:

After a hearty breakfast we will follow a peaceful path and hike to the Mandor Waterfalls. We will do a ceremony here, working with the energy of the water, the sounds of the jungle, and the rainbow or Kuichi energy. Enjoy jungle flowers, plants, and more on this hike, and upon our return we will take the train back to the Sacred Valley. 


Day 6:

Today we will visit the ruins at Pisaq and do the Quyaq Hampiy ceremony. We will be working with the condor feathers and we will bless the stones. We will return to the hotel, where coca readings and personal healing sessions with the Q’ero shamans will be available.


Day 7:

Our trip today takes us to the serene valley of Quillarumiyoq. We will learn about the Altomesayoq then have our Altomesayoq ceremony. This feminine valley, with a gentle flowing spring, small waterfall and moon temple is a special, purifying place which is both remote and easy to walk to.


Day 8:

Today we will go to Tipon and do a traditional ceremony for Mother Earth, honouring her and asking for health, prosperity and happiness. We will return to Cusco for the night.


Day 9:

Today we will explore Cusco and nearby attractions, including the Temple of the Sun and four other Inka ruins: Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Puka Pukara and Tambomachay. Our evening will be spent in a nice theatre being entertained by a traditional folk show. 


Day 10:

Today we will go to Pachatusan to do our closing ceremony and burn our healing despachos. This is a 30 minute walk from the bus station.


Day 11:

After breakfast we will walk to tour the Shaman’s Market and the Central Market in Cusco.


Day 12:

Transfer to the airport, or another extension tour can be arranged if desired.


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Tour B - Cusco, Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu: 16 Days / 15 Nights

Day 1:

We arrive in Cusco, then transfer to the Sacred Valley of the Inkas to rest and adjust to the altitude. In the afternoon we will meet with the shamans who will guide our fire ceremony this evening.


Day 2:

Today we go to Moray, “The Belly of the Mother”, where we experience an opening of our energies and souls. With the Q’ero shamans we will create a despacho for connecting to Mother Earth.


Day 3:

Today we will journey to the ruins of Ollantaytambo. We will do a ceremony in the Naupa Iglesia, the old temple. There you can receive the first carpay of the Pampamesayoq. This is a beautiful and powerful place to begin the path of the inka tradition.


Day 4:

This morning you can explore Macchu Picchu, the “City of the Inkas”. This mysterious site has fascinated tourists and scholars since its discovery in 1911. Machu Picchu is an incredible marvel of architectural design and structure. Find a quiet place to meditate and feel the wisdom of this magical place. Later in the day you may want to visit the hot springs of Aguas Caliente, explore this international town, and end the day with a gourmet dinner. We will spend the night in Aguas Calientes beside the Urubamba River.


Day 5:

After a hearty breakfast we will follow a peaceful path and hike to the Mandor Waterfalls. We will do a ceremony here, working with the energy of the water, the sounds of the jungle, and the rainbow or Kuichi energy. Enjoy jungle flowers, plants, and more on this hike, and upon our return we will take the train back to the Sacred Valley. 


Day 6:

Today we will visit the ruins at Pisaq and do the Quyaq Hampiy ceremony. We will be working with the condor feathers and we will bless the stones. We will return to the hotel, where coca readings and personal healing sessions with the Q’ero shamans will be available.


Day 7:

Our trip today takes us to the serene valley of Quillarumiyoq. We will learn about the Altomesayoq then have our Altomesayoq ceremony. This feminine valley, with a gentle flowing spring, small waterfall and moon temple is a special, purifying place which is both remote and easy to walk to.


Day 8:

Today we will go to Tipon and do a traditional ceremony for Mother Earth, honouring her and asking for health, prosperity and happiness. We will return to Cusco for the night.


Day 9:

Today we will explore Cusco and nearby attractions, including the Temple of the Sun and four other Inka ruins: Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Puka Pukara and Tambomachay. Our evening will be spent in a nice theatre being entertained by a traditional folk show. 


Day 10:

Today we will go to Pachatusan to do our closing ceremony and burn our healing despachos. This is a 30 minute walk from the bus station.


Day 11:

After breakfast we will walk to tour the Shaman’s Market and the Central Market in Cusco.


Day 12:

Today at 07:00 hours we head to Puno. We will stop in Raqchi where we will practice the Quyaq Hampiy ceremony we learned in the Sacred Valley. In pairs we will us stones or other pieces from your mesa to do healing work on each other. 


Day 13:

Today is the trip to Amantany Island where we will find a sweet connection to Mother Earth, and Hatun Cocha, Lake Titicaca. After our 3 hour drive we will arrive, and have lunch. Afterwards, we will hike Mamapacha, a nice holy place to do our ceremony, offering to Hatun Cocha. We will enjoy a spectacular sunset and receive a blessing. We will return to the hotel for the night, doing our fire ceremony. This hotel does not provide private washrooms but is safe and clean. Dinner and lunch are included.


Day 14:

Early this morning, at 05:00 hours, we will take a 45 minute walk up to Pachatata. We will see the sunrise, and do healing ceremonies with the condor feathers and Florida water. This is a wonderful place to receive the energy of the lake and the island. We will head back to the hotel, and after breakfast we will take our boat to Taquile Island, where we will walk up to the Temple of Illapa where we will do our own work as new shamans. Our Q’ero shamans will bless our bundles or mesas, and after lunch we will head back to Puno.


Day 15:

Today we visit Amaru Muru, another holy place, where we will walk a 45 minute course, then do our closing ceremony. We will finish with thanks to the Mother and experience this place that can be a doorway to different levels. Happiness and back to the hotel for a free afternoon.


Day 16:

We will transfer back to Juliaca airport, back to Lima, and home to your own countries.


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Tour C - Lima, Paracas, Nazca, Areuqipa, Colca Canyon, Cusco, Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu: 22 Days /21 Nights


Day 1:

Arrive to Lima, where we will meet you and transfer you to the hotel. After a short rest we will take a city tour where you can see the centre of Lima and the colonial temples in Lima town, as well as tour the Gold Museum.


Day 2:

Today we will visit Pisco Paracas. On the way we will visit the Pachacamec Inka ruins and have lunch. We will do the kintu offerings to the Hatun Mayo, or the Great Ocean. We will end up at the Hacienda San Luis, where you will have time to explore this old vineyard.


Day 3:

After breakfast, at 07:45 hours, we transfer to the Port of the Paracas to take a boat to Ballestas Sanctuary Islands. Here we will see sea lions, ocean birds, and more. On our way back we will have lunch in a traditional restaurant and then continue on to Nazca. On the way we will visit the Ice regional Museum. When we arrive at Nazca we will do a fire ceremony and stay overnight.


Day 4:

After breakfast we will go to the airport, board out planes and fly over the Nazca lines. For 45 minutes you can enjoy this marvel, probably the oldest lines in the world, left undisturbed for centuries. We will have lunch, then take a comfortable bus overnight to Arequipa.


Day 5:

We will tour the city, and the Santa Catalina Monastery after a rest and breakfast. We will have time to relax, then stay here overnight.


Day 6:

Today we will travel 6 hours to our next destination: Colca Canyon, a nice traditional village. We will have an opening ceremony with our Q’ero shaman that evening.


Day 7:

Today we will go and see the magnificent condors and the beautiful scenery of this canyon. The Condor is known in the Inka tradition as Apuchine, and this is our chance to get to know them and receive their blessing. We will head back to Chivay for lunch, then travel to Puno for an overnight there.


Day 8:

Today is the trip to Amantany Island where we will find a sweet connection to Mother Earth, and Hatun Cocha, Lake Titicaca. After our 3 hour drive we will arrive, and have lunch. Afterwards, we will hike Mamapacha, a nice holy place to do our ceremony, offering to Hatun Cocha. We will enjoy a spectacular sunset and receive a blessing. We will return to the hotel for the night, doing our fire ceremony. This hotel does not provide private washrooms but is safe and clean. Dinner and lunch are included.


Day 9:

Early this morning, at 05:00 hours, we will take a 45 minute walk to Pachatata. We will see the sunrise, and do healing ceremonies with the condor feathers and Florida water. This is a wonderful place to receive the energy of the lake and the island. We will head back to the hotel, and after breakfast we will take our boat to Taquile Island, where we will walk up to the Temple of Illapa where we will do our own work as new shamans. Our Q’ero shamans will bless our bundles or mesas, and after lunch we will head back to Puno.


Day 10:

Today we visit Amaru Muru, another holy place, where we will walk a 45 minute course, then do our closing ceremony. We will finish with thanks to the Mother and experience this place that can be a doorway to different levels. Happiness and back to the hotel for a free afternoon.


Day 11:

Today we travel at 07:30 hours, stopping at the Sillustani ruins to see and feel the highland energy, then continuing on to the Raqchi ruins. Here our shamans will bless our mesas, making them ready for use in the Sacred Valley. We will have lunch along the way, and finish our day in Cusco.


Day 12:

Today we travel from Cusco to the Sacred Valley. We will meet with the shamans in the late afternoon and share our program, as well as have a fire ceremony.


Day 13:

The temple of Moray, of "The Belly of the Mother", is where we will do our opening and cleansing ceremony with the shamans today. On the way back we will stop at the Maras salt mine for an interesting hike, ending back down in Urubamba. A box lunch will be provided. Personal healings with the Q’ero shamans will be available this evening from 18:00 - 20:00 hours or so.


Day 14:

Today we will journey to the ruins of Ollantaytambo. We will do a ceremony in the Naupa Iglesia, the old temple. There you can receive the first carpay of the Pampamesayoq. This is a beautiful and powerful place to begin the path of the inka tradition.


Day 15:

This morning you can explore Macchu Picchu, the “City of the Inkas”. This mysterious site has fascinated tourists and scholars since its discovery in 1911. Machu Picchu is an incredible marvel of architectural design and structure. Find a quiet place to meditate and feel the wisdom of this magical place. Later in the day you may want to visit the hot springs of Aguas Caliente, explore this international town, and end the day with a gourmet dinner. We will spend the night in Aguas Calientes beside the Urubamba River.


Day 16:

After a hearty breakfast we will follow a peaceful path and hike to the Mandor Waterfalls. We will do a ceremony here, working with the energy of the water, the sounds of the jungle, and the rainbow or Kuichi energy. Enjoy jungle flowers, plants, and more on this hike, and upon our return we will take the train back to the Sacred Valley. 


Day 17:

Today we will visit the ruins at Pisaq and do the Quyaq Hampiy ceremony. We will be working with the condor feathers and we will bless the stones. We will return to the hotel, where coca readings and personal healing sessions with the Q’ero shamans will be available.


Day 18:

Our trip today takes us to the serene valley of Quillarumiyoq. We will learn about the Altomesayoq then have our Altomesayoq ceremony. This feminine valley, with a gentle flowing spring, small waterfall and moon temple is a special, purifying place which is both remote and easy to walk to.


Day 19:

Today we will go to Tipon and do a traditional ceremony for Mother Earth, honouring her and asking for health, prosperity and happiness. We will return to Cusco for the night.


Day 20:

Today we will explore Cusco and nearby attractions, including the Temple of the Sun and four other Inka ruins: Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Puka Pukara and Tambomachay. Our evening will be spent in a nice theatre being entertained by a traditional folk show. 


Day 21:

After breakfast we will walk to tour the Shaman’s Market and the Central Market in Cusco.


Day 22:

We will transfer back to Cusco airport, back to Lima, and home to your own countries.

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Please Note for all Tours:

We highly recommend the use of bug spray for the hike to Mandor.

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