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Discover the authentic crafts and artisan traditions of the Sacred Valley on this private Pisac shopping experience from Cusco. After a pickup at your hotel, reach Pisac in comfort by air-conditioned vehicle. Follow your private guide through the traditional craft markets, and browse the locally produced artisan ceramics, textiles, and jewelry on display. Along the way, perhaps pick up a souvenir or two of your travels.
Our activity is the healing of body and mind, using natural medicine, through ayahuasca medicine, you will receive a natural medicine to cleanse the inner body, through silver you will see the past, present and future.Likewise, we will perform the Wacsichi, natural steam baths using the aroma of plants, for this aspect we use hot volcanic stones, after the ceremony, you will clean all the impurity of the skin, good for sinocites.Then we will visit the Quechua families, local people, to learn their customs, their agriculture, their dance and finally the Quechua language with the lessons of our specialist guide.We also show the local food, we will learn to cook the famous potato food to the Huancaina of Peru.
This tour takes you to some of the most interesting Inca sites in Cusco. The tour begins with a visit to the colonial city of Maras and its church. From Maras we continue to the nearby Inca site of Moray, a magnificent series of terraced circles on the ground that were once used by the Incas to experiment with crops. Our final destination is the salt mines that have been in operation since pre-Inca times. The water from an underground stream is conducted through basins where it evaporates and leaves crystals of pure salt. With thousands of sparkling white pools that stretch across the valley, the view is breathtaking.
The Community of Amaru Paru Paru. It is located east of the District of Pisac. Discover the mystery of the iconography of the fabrics made with fiber and wool of South American camelids. Colorful threads dyed with natural plants.-Private service.-A unique experience. -Direct interaction with the Andean community.