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001 : Honeymoon in Peru
001 : Honeymoon in Peru (8 days / 7 nights)
  Enjoy Lima before and after seeing Cusco. The capital offers some singular attractions; the Historic Centre, the erotic ceramics gallery of the Larco Museum, the collection of nativity scenes in La Casa Luna and many fascinating restaurants. Stroll around Cusco s cobbled streets and admire the massive Inca walls. Explore the Sacred Valley and Urubamba, downstream on the way to the jungle perimeter. Let Machu Picchu astonish you.

002 : Boutique Peru
002 : Boutique Peru (7 days / 6 nights)
  Stroll around the Main Square in the Historic Centre of Lima. The Aliaga mansion is close by; a colonial townhouse inhabited by sixteen generations of the same family, since the city's founding by Pizarro. Walk around Cusco's narrow streets and appreciate the Inca-Hispanic syncretism. Escape to the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu, up in the clouds.

003 : Machu Picchu Inspiration
003 : Machu Picchu Inspiration (7 days / 6 nights)
  Get to know the best of Lima; the capital of Peru contains some true jewels for travellers, such as the Aliaga mansion, a colonial town house inhabited by the same family since 1535. Discover Cusco, the extraordinary archaeological capital of America. Explore Machu Picchu and rest in the Sacred Valley of the Incas.

004 : Peru Special
004 : Peru Special (6 days / 5 nights)
  Tour of colonial and pre-Hispanic Lima. Get to know Cusco. See the Sacred Valley and touch the clouds in Machu Picchu. Visit the Inca architecture in Moray, Maras or Tipón and note that in the Andean world architecture and sculpture are almost the same concept.

005 : Andean Experience
005 : Andean Experience (9 days/ 8 nights)
  The Andes are the backbone of America and the geographic axis of Peru; see them up close. You will realise why Lima became the centre of the Spanish Empire and Cusco was the navel of the world. Admire the "inland sea" from Puno, sail Lake Titicaca to the floating islands of Uros.

006 : Inca Dawns
006 : Inca Dawns (8 days / 7 nights)
  Enjoy the passage of time in La Maravilla. Dawn in Machu Picchu is an extraordinary experience. Visit the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Tipón and the Wari village at Piquillacta "Small City or City of Fleas". Understand Lima's Andean roots and Hispanic overlay.

007 : Living Culture
007 : Living Culture (10 days / 9 nights)
  The great Andean plateau between Cusco and La Paz was at the centre of the Inca Empire. See the Navel of the World, descend into the Sacred Valley and climb to the summit of Machu Picchu. Sail Lake Titicaca to the floating islands of the Uros, cross to the Bolivian side in a catamaran and explore the ancient oracle on the Isla del Sol.

008 : Air, Land and Sea
008 : Air, Land and Sea (8 days / 7 nights)
  Enjoy Peru's capital city and its gastronomy. Understand the mystery of the Nasca Lines by overflying the southern desert and sail to the Ballestas Islands to see their wild fauna. Stroll the cobbled streets of Cusco and marvel at Machu Picchu.

009 : The Inca Trail
009 : The Inca Trail (8 days / 7 nights)
  See the best of Lima, its pre-Hispanic past and colonial inheritance. In Cusco, admire the mighty stone walls. Reaching Machu Picchu on foot is a privilege earned by few. Climb up to the clouds from the valley floor, just as the Incas did, and using the same Inca Trail, the most famous trekking route in the world.

010 : Exploring Peru
010 : Exploring Peru (10 days / 9 nights)
  See the best of the Southern Circuit. Start in Lima, with its pre-Hispanic past and a colonial-era mansion that has been inhabited continuously since the 16th Century. In Arequipa, enjoy a city where time has stood still and explore the vast Colca Canyon. Cross the Andean plateau to Puno and sail Lake Titicaca to the floating islands of the Uros. Stroll around Cusco's cobbled streets and admire Machu Picchu.

011 : LIMA TOURS: STYLE AND DESIGN (11 days / 10 nights)
  We combine Peru´s wonderful destinations with luxury experiences, crafts, architecture, cuisine and fashion in a 11day program that takes you through Lima, Arequipa and Cusco. These program includes museums, art galleries, the artistic traditions and contemporary lives of Lima´s residents. Arequipa´s beautiful architecture and a guided visit to its wonderful alpaca factories. Finally Cusco´s surprising and magical landscapes, the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Maras a surreal sight is close to Moray an impressive complex of salt explotation. And experience Machu Picchu magnificent lost citadel of the Incas closer than ever!

012 : Huilloc Activities: Chaskiq
012 : Huilloc Activities: Chaskiq (4 hours)
  Equipped with a pututu and a headpiece, the chaskiq will briskly walk the roads which connect the Tawantinsuyu, or the Inca Empire, carrying the message of men to Mother Nature and their deities. The chaskiq is the sacred messenger of the Inca organization. This man will walk through the roads accompanied by sacred deities, such as the pachamamas, willcas, wamanis, etc.

013 : Huilloc Activities: The Clothing Path
013 : Huilloc Activities: The Clothing Path (3 hours)
  First part of the service. Visitors Reception. The local interpreter, who is part of the community, will welcome you by playing local music. He will invite you to a local house, where the owner is waiting for you to teach you the process of knitting the Huilloc clothing. Visiting a house in Huilloc. The owner of the house will welcome you; he will introduce you to his family. Then he will offer you some muña tea and will explain the benefits of this plant. Demonstration of the elaboration process and the showing of the clothing. The owner of the house will show you how to elaborate the different pieces of clothing such as: bayeta pants, poncho, chullu, blankets, and baby?s hats, among others. You will also get the chance to get involved in the process as you use the tools and traditional techniques, under the guide of the local people. The Dressing Ritual in Huilloc. The local people will ask you and your companion, or in any case someone from the community, to get put the typical clothes on. You will be able to take pictures and videos. The local people will offer you a gift. Reflections over the Clothing Path. The participants will be able to give their own reflections about the use of the typical clothing, about their identity and their vision of the future of this community. After this part, you will have the chance to acquire any of this pieces of clothing as a souvenir, as you do this you will contribute to the preservation of the typical clothing of Huilloc. Thanking and Farewell. The local interpreter will thank you on behalf of the Huilloc community as music is played. End of the Service.

014 : Huilloc Activities: Willaq Umu
014 : Huilloc Activities: Willaq Umu (3 hours)
  Arrival in the Rural Community of Huilloc. First part of the service. Visitors Reception. Pututus will be played in order to announce your arrival. An intercultural interpreter will be waiting for you to welcome you to the community along with musicians. This intercultural interpreter will guide you to the house of a wise Andean man who will offer you some muña tea. Preparation of the offering. With much respect and in a spiritual environment, the wise man will prepare the elements of the offering. You will be able to appreciate and to recognize these elements and to see the symbolic meaning of how these elements take part of this harmonious complementation between the spiritual and natural forces. On the way to MarkaQucha. After that, we will drive to the archaeological site of MarkaQucha (Markaqocha), on the road we will ask for permission to enter by using coca leaves and with much respect to the sacred place of SutuqMachay. This place is a cave at the foot of the hill Quri Vara, with singular events experienced by residents of the community of those who have dared to fail Huilloc respect. The locals will tell us some of these stories at this point. Entering MarkaQucha. MarkaQucha is a place in which ancient rituals were originally held. Then it was occupied by Christians who built a temple. However, the ancestral altar (which is a holy table that is located in the center courtyard of this chapel) has remained there. This is the place where their ancestors held their rituals. In order to perform this ritual the wise man will enter and initiate a spiritual cleansing. The Intercultural Interpreter will suggest you to enter barefoot and in the opposite direction of the clock. In order to enter this place you must do it in harmony with the place. The Ritual. In this ritual, you will participate as you are being directed by the wise man. At one point he will ask you to use the coca leaves to express your wishes and desires, as they enter into the spiritual harmony and be conceived. The Offerings Moment. The offering will be entrusted to a messenger who will deliver it in a sacred place in the mountains of AyaUrqu. We will be able to see their going through the mountains. After that, we will share a hug with all participants in the ritual as well as displays of affection among the people, if we all have given our offerings by heart, we will have entered the spiritual world in harmony. Farewell. The local people who have been joining us will say good-bye by playing ancestral music, wishing us to come back soon. End of the Service.

015 : Huilloc Activities: Kusi Runa
015 : Huilloc Activities: Kusi Runa (3 hours)
  Arrival in the Rural Community of Huilloc. First part of the service. Visitors Reception. A local interpreter will welcome you and will guide you to the house of the owner of Chakra, whom we will share some muña tea, a local plant which will help you with the high altitude sickness. Visiting the house of the owner of the Chakra. The owner of the Chakra will invite us to help them with their activities. We will be lent typical clothing (ponchos for men and blankets for women) as well as tools. Doing the Chakra. All the men, local and visitors, will head to a nearby agricultural area and will start by asking for permission to the deities through coca leaves and glasses of chicha. The owner of this piece of land will choose and authority from the Chakra who will toast and start the task by playing some music, which is also a local tradition. We will all take our tools and with the help of the local people we will perform this task following what the authority is doing, following the Chakra. Meanwhile, the women, will perform traditional domestic tasks, the owner of the house will organize and assign the tasks: we will bring products such as potatoes or corn from its pantry, we will go get herbs from the vegetable patch, we will prepare the aji on a stone mortar, will light up the fire in a traditional stove, so that in the end we will take the food to where the working men are. Sharing the food. In the agricultural area, men and women will enjoy food made from ecological products, such as corn and potatoes and some aji. We will thank Mother Earth and then we will share a dialogue about the ancestral breeding of the seeds and the biodiversity. After that, as it is usual, the local people will play traditional music which means that the Chakra has come to an end. Description of the traditional clothing from Huilloc. The local interpreter will show and describe the different clothing of this community; he will also explain the reasons why they still wear these clothes and their future vision of their community. He will also set these clothing for the ones who would like to acquire them according to their experience in Huilloc. Farewell. The local interpreter, along with the owner of the Chakra, will thank the Ayni which has been performed by the visitors and neighbors. End of the Service.

016 : Huilloc Activities: Yachay Wasi
016 : Huilloc Activities: Yachay Wasi (1 hour and 30 minutes)
  Arrival in the Rural Community of Huilloc. First part of the service. Visitors Reception. Your arrival will be announced by the playing of pututus, an intercultural interpreter will welcome you with some music played by the some local people. Then, he will lead you to the local school of the rural community of Huilloc, where the principal or the head teacher will be waiting for you. Meeting the children. The principal or the teacher will introduce you to the children who will be your companions on this experience. One of the children will welcome you. Heading to the Interpretation Center. Later on we will head to the interpretation center, in which the children will show you the Clothing path. They will also explain to you the role of their clothing, their spiritual, iconographic and color meaning. We will be able to see the tools and the seeds which they use and the recipes they use to prepare the food extracted from their own land. Getting closer to the fish farm. In the fish farm you will be able to see from up close how the local people breed the local fish, the trout, which is an essential part of the food the children eat at the school. Taking part of an intercultural learning session. As being guided by the teacher you will reflect over the intercultural and intracultural identity. Various topics such as customs, traditions, secrets and others will be discussed. This process will be enriched with dancing, singing and the telling of the local stories. The children will also be able to discuss their own vision of their community, as they do this they are fostering their own culture. After that, the visitors will also be able to take part by talking about their own culture and by showing some element from their town or country or through some artistic activity. Farewell. Once the intercultural learning process is over, the children will say good-bye to the visitors by hugging them. You will get the chance to acquire sample books which will, on the one hand, enrich your experience; and on the other hand, foster the educational community as more books would be produced. Finally, the visitors will be able to help enrich the Quqawa (lunch break) in order to maintain the children of the Huilloc Ayllu Inca well nourished. End of the Service.

017 : Huilloc Activities: Yanapanakuy
017 : Huilloc Activities: Yanapanakuy (2 days / 1 night)
  Arrival in the rural community of Huilloc. Welcoming the Visitors. Pututus will announce your arrival. An intercultural interpreter will welcome you to the community along with musicians. This intercultural interpreter will guide you to a local?s house, who will offer you some muña tea. Then the local authorities and leaders of the community will assign you a house where you can leave your personal belongings. Community planning meeting. The leaders of the community will call a meeting in order to accomplish the tasks which have already been planned. In this meeting the tasks will be organized according to an organizational system. The task process. In order to start with the different tasks, permission to the deities has to be asked. Each person will be assigned the necessary tools. According to the organizational system there will be time for a break and for a snack. At the end the authorities will be able to evaluate the results in order to continue or to finish the tasks. Farewell. According to the local traditions, singing and dancing will be carried as a farewell for the men from the Minka. Tourists can visit the craft center of Huilloc and acquire some souvenirs in order to remember this experience.