Spiritual Journey Through The Sacred Valley Of The Incas, We invite you to live a unique experience for self-discovery and the transformation of the complete being through trips to sacred, mystical and moving landscapes. We have a space to support your spiritual growth, emotional health, and physical well-being through a new kind of mindful travel: a curated mix of ancient and modern modalities, with carefully crafted itineraries, comfortable (sometimes luxurious) accommodations, and a like-minded community, designed to guide you in your personal search for holiness and wholeness. awaken the wisdom of your soul
The program begins with a transfer from the Cusco airport to your charming hotel, conveniently located in front of the historic Plaza de Armas. Open your welcome packet and rest up for the journey ahead!
Luxury accommodation: Antigua Casona San Blas a boutique hotel in the heart of Cusco.
DAY 2: Explore Cusco
This is when your group journey begins! Start your day with a gentle “Self Awakening” yoga practice. After breakfast, you will attend a short orientation to meet your teachers and fellow travelers. After lunch, you will depart with 01 authentic Q’ero shaman to visit the archaeological citadel of Saksaywaman and the Koricancha Temple, where you will learn about the Andean worldview. The Shaman will lead a meditation and cleansing ceremony to open the heart and connect with the energy of Munay (love). For dinner, you’ll enjoy a delicious 3-course gourmet meal at the hotel’s highly-rated Peruvian restaurant.
DAY 3: Sacred Valley
Enjoy another beautiful morning with yoga and a delicious breakfast at the hotel. Depart from Cusco and travel with your Q’ero guides to the Urubamba Valley to explore the ancient salt mines of Maras and the mysterious Moray Archaeological Circle, where shamans will perform the ancient 7-stone Chumpy Healing Ceremony to unlock light power from his body. clean your 5 energy centers and calm your nervous system. This ceremony helps relieve headaches and will revitalize and renew your body’s energy. After visiting the traditional weaving village and the colorful Chincheros market, you will head to the Sol & Luna hotel for an optional spa treatment or relaxation time before dinner.
DAY 4: Meditation
Enjoy a leisurely breakfast at Sol & Luna before traveling to the nearby city of Ollantaytambo, where you’ll explore extraordinary Inca ruins, including the Temple of the Sun, the Baths of the Princess, and the Temple of the Condor. Your Shaman will lead a meditation to connect your heart with the Hanq Pacha energy and you will experience a Condor Feather Cleaning Ceremony to clear and release any blocked energy. After strolling the charming cobbled streets of this traditional village, you’ll return to the hotel for optional spa treatments, swim in the heated pool, or take time to reflect and relax. Enjoy a delicious dinner at a nearby restaurant on the terrace.
DAY 5: Machupicchu
In the morning you will depart from the train station on the Vistadome train to the town of Aguas Calientes. After checking into your 4-star luxury accommodation, you’ll travel by coach to the Machu Picchu ruins and spend the day uncovering its mystery, history, and wonder. Savor the flavors of Peru in one of the best gourmet restaurants in Aguas Calientes. *Overnight in Aguas Calientes
DAY 6: Willka Tika
In the morning, you’ll take the train back to Ollantaytambo and transfer to a bus for the short ride to Willka T’ika, where you’ll have lunch of fresh, locally sourced vegetarian cuisine and spend the last days of your trip. Today is about honoring Pachamama (Mother Earth). You will have the opportunity to tour Willka T’ika’s beautiful 7 Chakra Garden, receive a private coca leaf reading with the shaman, meditate in the labyrinth, and end the evening with an Offering from the Transforming Office and Andean Fire Ceremony. In the evening enjoy a vegetarian dinner fresh from the farm to the pot.
DAY 7: Ayni day Pisaq
AYNI DAY PISAQ
Your daily yoga practice will take place in one of the four studios located at Willka T’ika. A day of Ayni, or reciprocity. Drive through the Sacred Valley to an isolated Quechua children’s home and school supported by the non-profit organization Sol & Luna Children’s Fund since 1998.
Continue with your guide to the spectacular ruins of P’isaq, then return to P’isaq’s main square by bus (or on foot!) and explore the famously colorful market filled with hand-painted woven items, jewelry, tapestries, and beads. hand. . Enjoy a coffee in the market square where you can observe the colorfully dressed peasants. P’isaq is a photographer’s dream.
DAY 8: Andean spa
A day of self-care, integration and reflection. Replenish your mind, body and soul with Andean spa treatments and a heart-opening traditional flowering bath ceremony led by your shaman morning to noon.
DAY 9: Farewell
10:00 a.m. Departure time. After breakfast, a group bus transfer will take you to the Cusco airport. From Willka T’ika, please allow 3 1⁄2 hours before your flight. The ideal flights to schedule leave Cusco between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m.
Arrive home feeling blessed with the pure spiritual energy of your life-changing Andean journey.
Entrance to Machu Picchu and all the Sacred Sites
02 delicious meals per day
Ceremonies Guided by Q’ero Shamans
Daily yoga and sacred circles
Complimentary ‘Swag Bag’ with travel yoga mat and water bottle.
Post Retreat Integration Sessions
International & domestic airfares
Single room supplement (01 person).
Tips for guides, drivers, buttons, waiters, etc
2-Day San Pedro Herbal Medicine Trip with Q’ero Shaman.
Professional photo shoot for branding/personal use
Andean massage, light crystal therapy or other unique healing arts.
sweat lodge and flower bath
One-on-1 shamanic healing session
Bring original passport “With expiration date not less than 7 months”.
Waterproof (long poncho) in rainy season (November to March)
Trekking shoes for walking and hiking
Hat and sunglasses to protect you from the sun
reusable water bottle
The Sacred Valley one of the most energetic places on earth, the peaceful energy and mystical surroundings are sure to inspire, refresh and revitalize, offering a wonderful connection with Mother Nature, revered by the Quechua as Pachamama.