PERU PILGRIMAGE IN THE ANCIENT LAND OF INCAS

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PERU PILGRIMAGE IN THE ANCIENT LAND OF INCAS

July 10 @ 8:00 am - July 28 @ 5:00 pm

A Peru Pilgrimage in the ancient land of Incas

18 Days / 17 Nights or less (read below for various options)
Have you ever dreamed of visiting Peru and Machu Picchu, the ancient mystical city of the Incas?

If the answer to the above question is YES, then this adventure is for YOU!

 

What?

Visiting Lima – Sillustrani Towers – Lake Titicaca – Sun Route – Cusco – Virgen del Carmen Festival – Inca Coffee Trail Trek to Machu Picchu – Pucallpa – Ayahuasca retreat

When?

1st option: Full adventure trip in Peru
10th July 2019 – 28th July 2019
Price: 2960 euro

2nd option: Ayahuasca retreat in the Amazon jungle
1 week: 22nd July 2019 – 28th July 2019
Price: 1100 euro

3rd option: Virgin Del Carmen Festival, Lake Titicaca and Machu Picchu
10th July 2019 – 22nd July 2019
Price: 2860 euro

Where?

Peru

How?

Air-flight to Lima, Peru

 

 

 

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The Travel Adventure in a nutshell:
Machu Picchu
The ruins of Machu Picchu, rediscovered in 1911, by Yale archaeologist Hiram Bingham, are one of the most beautiful and enigmatic ancient sites in the world. While the Inca people certainly used the Andean mountain top erecting many hundreds of stone structures, from the early 1400’s, legends and myths indicate that Machu Picchu (meaning ‘Old Peak’ in the Quechua language) was revered as a sacred place from a far earlier time.

Machu Picchu seems to have been utilized by the Inca as a secret ceremonial city.

More info about Machu Picchu

 

Trekking in Andes mountains

Machu Picchu

Hot springs in the Jungle

 


 Let the adventure begin!

Some people say that the best way to rediscover your true self and freedom is to travel as much and as widely as you can. Why is this? What happens when we move that makes us feel more free and happier?

It has to do with the unknown! When we go, especially in countries with the culture very different from the culture we were brought up and see new places and faces, when everything is brand new, the mind stops. Nothing is the way we are used to be, so the mind can not follow its usual patterns and habitual behaviour.

This adventure is a spiritual one as much as an external one! The essence of this trip is for you to overcome any fear that you might have at any level, spiritual, emotional, physical, intellectual, to gain back your power and finally set yourself free!

In the midst of coming back home to yourself, have fun and meet new friends!

The Trip will be guided by Spiritual Teacher, Shaman & Healer Northern Deer Alexander, founder of the WORLD OF WISDOM & SPIRITUAL ADVENTURE COMMUNITY.

He will help each of you to receive the maximum benefit, from this experience, and awaken your true essence.

The trip will include practices for the awakening of the inherent part of ourselves which is the true being that we are!

 

 


 

THE PROGRAM

 

Day 1: Wednesday, 10 July
Arrive in Lima from an International flight.

Upon arrival, you shall be met by a representative in Lima and transferred directly to your hotel in Miraflores, and upon request we can give you a small orientation of the points of interest in the surrounding area.
Exploring the district of Miraflores on foot which is very safe even at night. There are many cafes, restaurants and bars to explore. There are also pharmacies, banks and money exchange shops all nearby if you need them.
Dinner on the first night is not included but a group meal at a recommended restaurant can be arranged by request.

Overnight: Hotel Carmel, Miraflores

 

Day 2: Thursday, 11 July
Fly from Lima to Juliaca, visit to the important ceremonial
site of Sillustrani and onto Puno/Lake Titicaca

We start by travelling back to the airport after breakfast for a mid morning flight to Juliaca. The flight time is just over 1 hour and when arriving at Juliaca we then travel to our base for Lake Titicaca (city of Puno) via the important pre-Inca site of Sillustrani. Sillustrani comprise of various funeral towers (known locally as ‘Chullpas’) where ceremonies once took place involving paying Pachamama. These stone towers were constructed for people of significant importance and thought to take them to the afterlife thus buried with everything they would need in the chambers at the bottom. Every June 21st, many people today still come to participate in Pacha-mama ceremonies at this both sacred and spiritual site which upholds its very unique and special energies.

Overnight hotel 3* Intiqa, Puno

 

Day 3: Friday, 12 July
Lake Titicaca 1 day boat tour: Uros reed
Islands and Taquile Island

We set off for port after breakfast at around 8am and with our guide and boat captain set for the Uros Reed Islands around 25 minutes from the Port of Puno. For 1 hour we travel on and around the Islands and have a chance to be informed on the Aymara Culture of the residents and the history of how they came to be the boat will take everyone on to a main Island of the lake, Taquile.
Here, there is an opportunity for a light hike around the Island for 35 minutes and appreciate some grand views across the lake and even as far as the Ice capped mountains over in Bolivia. We can stop by one of the main villages for a local typical lunch (included) before more explanations by the guide on their own cultures and customs unlike that of the Reed Islands or anywhere else. For example here, it is the men who weave and different types of clothing indicate status of marriage for example. We shall leave to head back to port around 2 or 3pm and back to our hotels for around 5 or 6pm.

Included: Transfers between hotel and Port, Guide, boatman, entry fees to reserve, accommodation, lunch.

 

Day 4: Saturday, 13 July
Puno – Cusco: Drive over the alti-plano/
High plains of the Andes (Ruta del Sol)

Today we have some more hours of driving to get to the Cusco the Capital of the Inka Empire. We shall depart from our hotel at 6.15am for our bus to Cusco leaving at 7am..Then we will visit the several places of interest including the museum of Pucara, Andayshuallas church and the ruins of Raqchi as well as stopping en-route for a buffet lunch. We should arrive to our final stop of Cusco at 5pm and transfer to our hotel shall be only 10 more minutes.
Link to bus route and inclusions: https://www.turismomer.com/the-suns-route

Included: Local representative, driver, tour guide, comfortable tourist class transport, entry fees to various sites, breakfast, buffet lunch and drinks on board.

Not included: Dinner.

Overnight 3* Teatro Inka

 

Day 5: Sunday, 14 July
Complete tour of the Sacred Valley +
typical buffet lunch in Tunupas restaurant

Today is spent taking in the wonderful sites on offer all the way along the Sacred Valley including various archaeological complexes such as Pisac and Ollantaytambo and we shall have a local specialist tour guide to do the explanations. We will try some traditional dishes at a buffet restaurant with views over the Urubamba river the at the base of the valley. After that feel free to enjoy the surroundings in a quiet part of the valley or return into Pisaq town full of cobbled streets and market stalls at your leisure. We will stop here for our overnight rest. This is an excellent position for the next day as we travel onwards out of the Sacred valley on a road the opposite way from Cusco.

Overnight hotel PISAQ – 3 star Royal Pisaq

 

 

Poolside at the Manish hotel

Lodge accommodation at Llactapata viewpoint

Machu Picchu

 




Day 6: Monday, 15 July
Virgen del Carmen – 2 day trip
(1st day)

Today is the day we head to the town of Paucartambo. 4 hours from Cusco so we ideally leave after an early breakfast (6.30am). The drive is back through the Sacred Valley and onto a road that passes a very interesting archaeological site (an ancient burial site) known as Ninasmarka on the way around 2.5 hours. Afterwards we continue down through some valleys to Paucartambo where the 3 day festival of ‘Virgin Del Carmen is being held. We arrive on the first day and stay until the second.

VIRGEN DEL CARMEN
The Virgen del Carmen Festival is held on July 15-17 every year in Paucartambo and simultaneously is celebrated as a patron saint in Spain, Costa Rica and other latin American countries. According to folklore, a wealthy young woman was heading to Paucartambo to trade a silver dish when she came across a beautiful, body-less head. This head reportedly spoke to the woman when she placed it on the dish, saying her name was Carmen and that she was not to be feared, but trusted. The locals of Paucartambo soon began asking Carmen for wishes. It is said that they witnessed rays of light shining from her head and that she performed many miracles among the community. The Festival effectively begins on July 15 in the afternoon in the midst of fireworks, dances and ringing of bells. It has been declared a Cultural Heritage of the Nation and the image of the Virgin was crowned by Pope John Paul II during his visit to Peru in 1985. July 16 is the central day and is the main procession of the Virgen Del Carmen which begins with the “Mass of Aurora” at 5 o’clock in the morning. Around 10 o’clock in the morning the festival mass takes place, highlighting beautiful songs of the Qollas and the black Qhapac. Later the ‘comparsas’ dance in streets and squares; under the authority of the Prioste the “forest” is made, where the Qollas throw dolls and miniature furniture from a balcony. At noon in the house of “Prioste” the “eleven” is distributed among the founders, dancers and musicians of all the ‘comparsas’. Parades take place throughout the day, with rows of costumed and masked dancers making their way down narrow, cobblestone streets and across the town’s historic Charles III Bridge. Flamboyant performers interact with the crowds, using whips to keep them in line, startling them with erratic outbursts and even finding unsuspecting women to kiss and canoodle.The history of the Virgen del Carmen Festival in Paucartambo dates back to the 13th century. 
Known locally as ‘Mamacha Carmen’, she is now the patron saint of Paucartambo and the mestizo population. Each group of dancers portrays an event in Peruvian history. Weird and wonderful costumes abound, with masked characters parodying colonial and religious figures, including matadors, demons, lawyers, merchants and warriors. Capaq Negro is a black-masked character representing the African slaves who worked at the nearby silver mines. Other characters depict malaria victims, nurses with hypodermic needles and big-nosed, drunken Spanish conquistadors. The fireworks show that marks the end of the first night is spectacular.

Accommodation this evening likely be in tents either in a school field/sports field or in a community hall. We will supply these as well as sleeping bags. This is due to the volume of people and lack of hostel or hotel options.

 

Day 7: Tuesday, 16 July
 Virgen Del Carmen
and sunrise at Tres Cruces (3 crosses)
(2nd day – main day)

Today we start with an early rise (around 2 am) due to getting to 3 Cruses over a 1.5/2 hours drive away from Paucartambo. This is the point where the Andes meet the Amazon. We stop here for to take in one of them beautiful sunrises ever seen! At tres cruces there can occasionally be sightings with 3 suns rising depending on conditions but if not it is still a spectacular light show and optical illusions, including double images, halos and crosses around the sun. This phenomenon is due to unique climate conditions that occur between May and July. In any case it is worth the early start. Many believe the place brings incredible energies. Tres Cruces is located on the edge of the Amazon and less than two hours from Paucartambo. Afterwards we travel back to Paucartambo to rest and resume (when ready) the rest of the events taking place during the festival. As this is the main day of the festival, it will be very crowded and street aligned with masses of people we can pay for a balcony view or get to a central spot early enough to see well the processions. We shall drive back not to Cusco but to the Sacred Valley (Ollantaytambo) to be more conveniently place for our next drive stage the following day. This allows us to rest for most of the morning after a late arrival.

Our accommodation in Ollantaytambo (Apu Lodge) for the evening is owned by my friend Louisa from Scotland.

OVERNIGHT HOTEL OLLANTAYTAMBO – 3 star Apu Lodge 

 

 

Cocalmayo hot springs

Chullpas or funeral towers of Sillustrani

Virgin Del Carmen Festival

 

 

 

Day 8: Wednesday, 17 July
Ollantaytambo to Abra De Malaga pass
and down to hot springs at Cocalmayo.

After the morning to relax in the village of Ollantaytambo, we will leave around 11am from Ollantaytambo and then head another 1.5 hours up to the Abra De Malaga pass 4410m with some glorious views of the surrounding mount tops if clear. Then its all the way down passing by some small archaeological sites on the way before our descent into the high jungle towns of Huyro, Santa Maria and onto Santa Teresa where we will visit the lovely hot springs to bathe in the early evening. Cocalmayo hot springs, near Santa Teresa. We take a final drive to the coffee farms of Lucmabamba where we shall stay with a host family. Approximate timings: We depart Pisac at 11am, drive over the pass at 12.30 and down for a lunch near Huayro around 2pm. We arrive at the hot springs by 5pm and have at least 1 hour before a final 50 minute journey for dinner at the coffee plantations of Lucma. 6-7pm.

Included: Transfers, guide, some entries, accommodation, breakfast, buffet lunch

Our accommodation at the Coffee village of Lucmabamba.

 

Day 9: Thursday, 18 July
Ollantaytambo to Abra De Malaga pass
and down to hot springs at Cocalmayo

After the morning to relax in the village of Ollantaytambo, we will leave around 11am from Ollantaytambo and then head another 1.5 hours up to the Abra De Malaga pass 4410m with some glorious views of the surrounding mount tops if clear. Then its all the way down passing by some small archaeological sites on the way before our descent into the high jungle towns of Huyro, Santa Maria and onto Santa Teresa where we will visit the lovely hot springs to bathe in the early evening. Cocalmayo hot springs, near Santa Teresa. We take a final drive to the coffee farms of Lucmabamba where we shall stay with a host family. Approximate timings: We depart Pisac at 11am, drive over the pass at 12.30 and down for a lunch near Huayro around 2pm. We arrive at the hot springs by 5pm and have at least 1 hour before a final 50 minute journey for dinner at the coffee plantations of Lucma. 6-7pm.

Included: Transfers, guide, some entries, accommodation, breakfast, buffet lunch

Our accommodation at the Coffee village of Lucmabamba.

 

Day 10: Friday, 19 July
Lucmabamba village/Coffee Plantation tour –
trek to Llactapata ruins– Lodge & Machu Picchu panoramic viewpoint.

In the morning, you have the option to participate in a cultural experience with the native people of the area, including farmers who organically cultivate their coffee plantations and is considered one of the best organic coffees in the world. The organic coffee plantations still use traditional methods to toast and grind the coffee beans. We will then continue through banana plantations where they also cultivate “granadilla” a member of the passion fruit family, yucca and avocados. The day finishes with a delicious dinner after the day’s activities.

We will likely take our picnic lunch to have on the hike along an old Inka trail route into Mach Pichu. A walk uphill of around 700m and 3.5 hours takes you through beautiful garden-like scenery. Fruit trees, flowers, coffee and banana plantations are in abundance and also an opportunity to buy local produce on the way. Some of the path is ancient Inka trail and just over 3 hours with stops you should arrive to the most wonderful view over to Machu Picchu. Here there are some Inka Tambos (Small rest-houses) We walk from here down until 15 minutes to our wonderful mountain lodges. Llactapata was supposedly an Inka site or religious temple with incredible energies. We try to appreciate this remarkable site and view point to Machu Picchu by getting there when there are no groups and it will be peaceful. We then descend with another 30 minutes to our simple lodges but incredible viewpoint that offer what is hopefully an amazing panoramic for both the sunset and sunrise.

 

Day 11: Friday, 19 July
Llactapata camp – Hidroelectric power dam – Aguas Calientes

Today we have some walking downhill and then on flat to get to the Machu Picchu village or Aguas Calientes, in around 5 hours. We start by taking a downwards trail of around 1 hour and 30 minutes to the valley below then head along a dirt track for 45 minutes to the railway and commence our remaining 2.5 hours towards Machu Picchu village along the railway (10 kms), at half-way we can stop for lunch by a set of waterfalls known as Mandor (20 minutes on trail from the railway) or just relax at the restaurant. After that we continue on into Aguas Calientes town arriving around 4pm. In the evening the guide will brief us on next days plans for visiting Machu Picchu ruins.

Overnight in Aguas Calientes 2* hotel or 3* hostel (to be decided)

 

Day 12: Saturday, 20 July
Visit to Machu Picchu sanctuary train
to Ollantaytambo, transfer to Cusco

Today is the main day for visiting Machu Picchu. Due to recent tightened restrictions we can visit only at the following hours.6,7,8 or 9am. Once inside you will be taken around by the guide on a 1-way system and until the exit. Total time for the tour will be around 1.5 hours. After which you will return on the shuttle down from the site to town and some tome for a lunch. We intend to be on the 2.30pm or 2.55pm train back to Ollantaytambo. It is a lovely journey passing through lush rain forest then once again return to the Sacred Valley and it’s typical farming backdrops. Total time for the train journey is around 1.5 hours. From here we can collect any bags left prior to the hike at Apu Lodge then continue another 2 hours to the city of Cusco arriving between 4.30 and 5.30pm.

Overnight 3* Teatro Inka – as previously

 

 

 

Pisaq ruins

Paucartambo

Virgin del Carmen festival

 

 

 

Day 13: Sunday, 21 July
Free day in Cusco for sightseeing 
laundry & evening flight to Lima

Today is your full day in Cusco to enjoy this beautfial city abundant with colonial buildings, Inca temples, markets and cafes. Cusco or Qosqo was the capital of the Incan empire over 400 years ago before the Spanish conquest invaded in 1533. There is a very good museum you can visit for more on the history – the Inka museum. Also many shops offer a 2-4 hour laundry service so an ideal opportunity would be to put in your dirty clothes the evening before to get them the next day. To save on the arduous long day of airport travel and the possibility of missing connection we take the last flight of the day to Lima with LATAM (8.12pm) arriving at Lima at 9.44pm. From here we have a short 15 minute transfer to our hotel near the airport.

Accommodation: Hotel Manhatten Inn 3 star, with breakfast. Near to Lima airport.

 

Day 14: Monday, 22 July
Sanctuario healing retreat
(day 1: Ceremony #1)

In the morning we take a flight around 5am to Pucallpa with LATAM landing at around 6.30am. From here we can transfer our bags to the lodge hotel (for the return) in Pucallpa and some light breakfast. Some time after breakfast in the morning we shall meet our local drivers (4×4 jeeps) and we travel two and a half hours to meet our boat on the river Pachitea at a port in the small town of Honoria. Once on the boat we then travel a further 30 minutes to the point where we head on foot to our refuge for the next 5 nights which is around 40 minutes further to walk. In the evening we start the ceremony at around 7 or 8pm and will last into the night. Accommodation at the retreat in simple basic rooms and all meals (which are plain and basic).

For more information on what to bring what to eat and how to prepare please find everything at the website here

 

Day 15: Tuesday, 23 July
Sanctuario healing retreat
(day 2: resting day)

This day is following the schedule indicated by the retreat, there will be no ceremonies given by the Shaman today but there is the opportunity to visit the surrounding area and experience the local nature and wildlife that exists here.

 

Day 16: Wednesday, 24 July
Sanctuario healing retreat
(day 3: Ceremony #2)

Today you will take in the 2nd ceremony at around the same time as night one.

 

Day 17: Thursday, 25 July
Sanctuario Healing retreat
(day 4: resting day)

This 2nd rest day is following the schedule indicated by the retreat, there will be no ceremonies given by the Shaman today but there is the opportunity to visit the surrounding area and experience the local nature and wildlife that exists here.

 

Day 18: Friday, 26 July
Sanctuario Healing retreat
(day 5: Ceremony #3)

Today you will take in the 3rd and final ceremony at around the same time as night one and three.

 

Day 19: Saturday, 27 July
Return from the retreat to Pucallpa

We start after breakfast with a 40 minute walk back to the river and boat awaiting us. Then travel on the motor-boat 30 minutes to the nearest port. From there a full 2 hours transporting us back to the city of Pucallpa and to have a final rest in some relaxing surroundings at the Manish Eco-lodge hotel before preparing for any long journeys back home the following day.

Accommodation: Hotel Manish 4 star eco-lodge, with breakfast

 

 

 

Accommodation at the Ayahuaca retreat

Our shamans Enrique and Ayma

Pisaq town

 

 

 

 

Day 20: Sunday, 28 July

Fly in the morning to Lima, possibly a city tour until around lunch-time. Fly home on international flight at any time. From our hotel lodge, the airport is just a few minutes. We would take the 10.30am flight with LATAM arriving in Lima at 11.45am

 

 

LIFE IS A SPIRITUAL JOURNEY

There is no way to separate a trip, a journey to a faraway country without having a spiritual experience. For such a big trip the spirit and the intention are huge as well!!

Our attention is to enjoy life, expand our awareness and self-knowledge, become excited from our experiences which will lead to be more alive and also learn something important and valuable in the way that we can carry with us, inside us, in our memories in our actions and in our hearts. Our purpose in this journey is to experience these transformative moments as consciously as we can so that this trip will not be only an excellent memory but a way to remember our selves and return back reborn! The spirit under which we operate and the presence of a spiritual teacher together with us during all days ensure that the energy of our experience will be many times deeper than what is the external journey and activity!

Furthermore, in this trip, we will connect with ancient knowledge and global wisdom of ancient worlds one of which is the world of the Incas of Peru which we will be visiting. So the opportunity presents itself to have a great spiritual Journey and pilgrimage!

  • We will have interesting talks, topics of transformation of the different parts of our lives (health, relationships and the psychological aspect of how we experience our daily lives)
  • Spiritual Healing workshop
  • Tarot Cards Ritual for empowerment of your life and receive direction
  • Ritual of healing of your ancestors – “cleansing of your Family Tree”
  • Shamanic knowledge and ancient wisdom for daily living – We will study the knowledge of shamans of different traditions and we will focus on the most interesting and relevant topics that connect different civilizations in this universal experience
  • Drum Ceremonies and meditations – Shamanic Journey “Kamlanie” where you will learn to connect with the so-called spirits of the world of the shaman. 
  • Ayahuasca ceremonies for cleansing the subconscious mind and heal our “traumatic” past experiences of life! 

Also, there will be possible for those who want to have an individual consultation or session with Alexander – Northern Deer without additional cost

(More information about Alexander )

 

 

 

 

 

Participation:
1ST OPTION: FULL ADVENTURE TRIP IN PERU
Dates: 13 June 2019 – 30 June 2019

Participation: 2960 euro per person

Included :
Spiritual seminar by Alexander Northern Deer
All accommodation
17 x breakfasts, 12 x lunches, 5 x dinners
4 x internal Flights. Lima – Juliaca, Cusco – Lima, Lima – Pucallpa, Pucallpa – Lima
Tickets: Train ticket, partial ticket for Sacred Valley ruins, Machu Picchu ticket, 2x shuttle bus tickets, Hot springs ticket
Sillustrani ruins ticket, Taquile Island entry ticket, Sun route from Puno to Cusco: multiple tickets.
Guided tours: 1 day Lake Titicaca tour, Sun route tour, Sillustrani tour, Qolloriti 2 day festival, Machu Picchu, Part Sacred Valley tour
3 day trek on Inka coffee trail, Coffee plantation tour
6 days Ayahuasca retreat in the Amazon jungle including 3 Ayahuasca ceremonies, full board menu, accommodation, transfers. We make sure that better food (more varied diet, extra fruit, fish, chicken) and care (bed sheets replaced for new ones, candles, candle holders) are provided so we can make your stay there the best possible experience for your soul.
All transportation inside Peru
Sleeping bag, mattress
All airport transfers
Professional assistance at various points throughout tour.

Not included:
International round-trip ticket flight from your residential country to Peru (around 500-700 euros depending on the country).
Few lunches and dinners but food in Peru is relatively cheap and delicious.
Ticket to visit Huayana Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain. If you would like to visit one of them please ask us to book for you.
Train from Hidroelectrica to Aguas Calientes 33 USD per person.
Travel Insurance
Tips/gratuities

2ND OPTION: AYAHUASCA RETREAT IN THE AMAZON JUNGLE
23 June 2019 – 30 June 2019: 1100

Dates: 23 June 2019 – 30 June 2019

Participation: 1100 euro per person

Included :
6 days Ayahuasca retreat in the Amazon jungle including 3 Ayahuasca ceremonies, full board menu, accommodation, transfers. We make sure that better food (more varied diet, extra fruit, fish, chicken) and care (bed sheets replaced for new ones, candles, candle holders) are provided so we can make your stay there the best possible experience for your soul.
The guidance and seminar by Alexander Northern Deer
Transportation inside Peru (from and to all airports upon your arrival, car and boat to retreat place)
Hotels for 2 nights in Lima and 1 night before you take the van and boat to the place of retreat.
National flights Lima / Pucallpa / Lima.

Not included:
International round-trip ticket flight from your residential country to Peru (around 500-700 euros depending on the country).
Travel Insurance
Tips/gratuities

3RD OPTION: QOLLORITI PILGRIMAGE AND MACHU PICCHU
Dates: 13 June 2018 – 23 June 2018

Participation: 1860 euro per person

Included :
Spiritual seminar by Alexander Northern Deer
All accommodation
All transportation inside Peru
10 x breakfasts, 6 x lunches, 5 x dinners
2 x internal Flights. Lima – Juliaca, Cusco – Lima
Tickets: Train ticket, partial ticket for Sacred Valley ruins, Machu Picchu ticket, 2x shuttle bus tickets, Hot springs ticket,
Sillustrani ruins ticket, Taquile Island entry ticket, Sun route from Puno to Cusco: multiple tickets.
Guided tours: 1 day Lake Titicaca tour, Sun route tour, Sillustrani tour, Qolloriti 2 day festival, Machu Picchu, Part Sacred Valley tour
3 day trek on Inka coffee trail, Coffee plantation tour
Sleeping bag, mattress
All airport transfers
Professional assistance at various points throughout tour.

Not included:
International round-trip ticket flight from your residential country to Peru (around 500-700 euros depending on the country).
Few lunches and dinners but food in Peru are relatively cheap and delicious.
Ticket to visit Huayana Picchu or Machu Picchu mountain. If you would like to visit one of them please ask us to book for you.
Train from Hidroelectrica to Aguas Calientes 33 USD per person.
Travel Insurance
Tips/gratuities

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For more info, please contact us at wow@theworldofwisdom.com

 

HOW TO REGISTER  
relevant Information
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY

 

  • To enrol, please send us an email by clicking on the button above saying that you want to participate.
  • To reserve your place, we will ask you for a 30% deposit of the package cost (non-refundable). The rest of the cost for the travel adventure has to be settled one month before the trip (until the 13/05/2019.
  • As soon you have booked your air flights, thanks to sending us your air-flight confirmation and details. Please DO NOT book your air flights before contacting us to discuss the details and then you can proceed with the booking.

The Air-flights:
International flights:

You will have to book a flight to Lima Airport, Peru on your expenses.

We can advise and help you spot flights that will suit you, but the final booking needs to be done by you.

In case you wish for us to book your air-flights, this can be done for a small fee.

Arrival: Thursday,June 13, 2019

Return: Sunday, June 30, 2019

National flights inside PERU: For those flights, a group booking will be made by us.

Important Information – PLEASE READ

  • Please come with an open heart and an innocent spirit for an adventure. Try to let go, relax, and flow with life. We would like to have a spontaneous experience, of course, there would be a program to keep things rolling, but please embrace the unknown and everything that it will bring blessings to our way.
  • Valid Travel Insurance in Peru: Please take caution so that you have one, as we will be asked during our reservation to provide all necessary information.
  • Passport: You need to have a valid passport with minimum six months before the expiration date on the 1st day you arrive in Peru.
  • Visa arrangements: Visa for up to 90 days in Peru are given upon arrival and are free of charge (most countries, please check for your case).
    The airline that you fly in from will make you the immigration’s card, or you may just pick one up at Lima airport.

However, please check on your behalf the information for the country you are flying from.

Vaccinations: Please consult your doctor or an official medical service of your country to arrange for the vaccinations you will need to do for visiting Peru

We are pleased to have you along with us!!!

 

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July 10 @ 8:00 am
End:
July 28 @ 5:00 pm
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