In just two days we’ll be able to combine a visit to the famous Sacred Valley of the Inca’s and its impressive ruins with a unique experience of interaction with the lovely local families of the Amaru and the Huchuy Qosqo communities, including a weaving workshop and a Pachamanca meal or Chaufa de Quinua prepared by ourselves! Our local guides will tell us all about their beliefs, customs and interesting lifestyle, which is ruled by their respect for Mother Earth.
Not only will we visit the communities of Amaru and Huchuy Qosqo, but also Pisaq with its colorful market, and the beautiful Inca town of Ollantaytambo will be visited too.
Spending the night in a local guest house will make this an unforgettable experience!
Days duration DestinationsOllantaytambo, Cuzco, Sacred Valley.
Private transportation Cusco – Pisaq (included)
Explore Pisaq’s market and visit its archeological site (entrance not included)
We continue our trip to the highlands of the Sacred Valley where the Amaru community is located
Enjoy exploring the authentic rural community of Amaru and learn more about Andean culture
Next is a real weaving workshop: follow the whole process and make your own garment!
Dinner with our host family and overnight stay in their guest bungalow
After breakfast we will take private transportation Amaru – Huchuy Qosqo (included)
Here we’ll start a tasty activity called ‘Sabores de los Andes’ (Andean flavours)
First we will go to the fields to get our ingredients and help in the preparation of our lunch
Time to enjoy our delicious Pachamanca or Chaufa de Quinua (an andean-oriental fusion dish)
Once we have finished lunch, we’ll be able to listen to some folk music and see some folk dance
Private transportation Huchuy Qosqo – Ollantaytambo (included)
Here an optional visit to the spectacular archaeological site of Ollantaytambo can be arranged (entrance not included)
After that we will visit the Awamaki project and learn how they support the local women’s weaving cooperative