While gently pedaling e-bikes, we pass by crop fields, river banks, hacienda gateways and local shops, we will stop for an Andean chicha brewing experience, and further down the road for a modern but hand-crafted beer tasting experience.
This experience begins in the San Pedro Market. Then, we will walk through the streets of the city and buildings until we reach Qorikancha. Finally, a tour with a private visit to the Palacio del Inka and the Mansion of Cuatro Bustos.
This offering pays homage to the Pachamama (Mother Earth) who gives us so much. We express thankfulness using a plethora of Andean elements. A series of activities like coca leaf reading, meditation or yoga can complement this activity.
This experience creates the optimum conditions for you to see, smell, touch and taste ingredients from the root, cultivated using no pesticides or additives. Harvest, prepare and cook with the close guidance of our chef in front of our farm
Start the magical journey towards the Huaypo lagoon, continue pedaling towards the experimental terraces of Moray, and then head to Maras where make a brief stop to visit the Salt mines. Finally, transfer by car to Cusco city or Urubamba.
Embrace culture by visiting the ruins surrounding the city of Cusco. Sacsayhuaman, a great fortress and the most important ceremonial site. Qenqo, the archeological complex built to honor Kaypacha. PucaPucara, military lodgings built.
Vinicunca means "mountain of colors". It is also known as “montaña arcoiris”. It is located at 5200 meters above sea level and belongs to the Ausangate mountain in the Vilcanota mountain range, it is the ﬁfth highest mountain in Peru.
Venturia will take you on a journey of discovery through the archeological site of Chinchero and another of exploration at Moray, where it is believed the Incas performed agricultural experiments. The last stop is the Maras salt mines.
From Chinchero village, between narrow streets, down to Urquillo, this hike will take you along villages, forests and cliffs. We will go down a pebbled path towards a forest ravine that will lead us to the Sacred Valley.
The starting point is the Convent of Santo Domingo. From there, while gently pedaling e-bikes, we pass by crop fields. Continue towards the Animal Sanctuary of Cochahuasi, where we will see native animals, such as andean condors and pumas.
Visit a famous Ceramic Workshop, Urubamba, a local market, Lord of Torrechayoc Church and continue towards the Huayna Capac Cemetery and Palace. Finally, walk through cultivation areas and taste andean products and “chicha de jora” or corn.
Visit the Lord of Torrechayoc Church. In it, the Cross that was found in the Pumahuanca Mountain is adored, where you will enjoy a fascinating walk. You will be able to see different species of flora and beautiful landscapes along the way.
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