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July 16-30, 2023

The magical city of Cusco is located in the valley of the Huatanay River, in the southern highlands of Peru. Its name in Quechua, Qosqo, means “navel” or in symbolic form, “center” or “meeting point”, because from the city of Cusco which was the capital of the Inca empire or Tahuantinsuyo began a vast network of roads (Inca Trail) that led to the four suyos or regions, which made up the 4 parts of the universe in the Andean cosmovision. Considered by the Incas as the “Abode of the Gods”, Cusco is, without a doubt, the most fascinating, magical and mystical city in the Andes.

Founded by Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo, children of the Sun God, who left Lake Titicaca with the mission to find a place that would be the center of a great kingdom.

When you travel as a tourist you usually go in search of pleasure, entertainment, fun, beauty, etc., turning your trip into a common visit to archaeological sites without any sense other than to take simple pictures of the places. 

Pachamama Sacred Paths offers an wide variety of forms, rhythms, rituals and experiences, in order to find your vital energy, your balance, your awakening of consciousness, accepting yourself, knowing yourself and cultivating the immaterial essence of your existence.

The road is usually a route, an access that takes us from one place to another, the magic of this pilgrimage is that the journey converts the road and the routes, in a way that takes you from one emotional state to another, from a state of ordinary consciousness to a higher consciousness, understanding on the road the way and the attitude to face the situations of life.

We want your experience to go beyond a tourist visit. Our purpose is to offer you a living experience of communion with the PACHAMAMA and the APUS, to be part of a unique and different ancestral experience; of deep spiritual interrelation, between MAN and EARTH, and MAN and ENERGY, through inner work and ancestral ceremonies, directed by Andean Sages who preserve the knowledge of the Inca culture.

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