Peru Mystical- Majestic Colca Canyon, explore Lake Titicaca, Cusco & Jungle
August 15 – September 4, 2019

Discover in-depth the Southern of Peru from the Andes to the Amazon

August 15 – September 4, 2019

We are honoured to invite you to a journey beyond words through the sacred temples along the Andes. During three weeks of ceremonies the Paqos (Andean priest healers) will introduce you and guide you through the most magnificent Inca places. They will work with you in ceremonies on a deep level and immerse you in the energy of the Pacha and cosmos to reconnect you.

The Paqos will share their most sacred ancient ceremonies and rituals to reconnect with the ancestors. The traditions have been passed down from generation to generation of the Inca medicine people for thousands of years. This time you have the unique opportunity to join the Paqos in order to reconnect with your past and your future.

During this journey we will work with energies of our mesa , which is a powerful healing tool that will open unknown portals in yourself. You will become deeply grounded during the process. You will establish a more intense relationship with cosmic forces and this will greatly speed up the process of embodying your Destiny.

Our journey will take us between the valleys and mountains, , where it holds so much history to connect our Inca ancestors built their temples to worship Pachamama, Intitayta, Mama killa, Chaskakuna, Apus, the elements and the ancestors.

In part, the journey may be physically challenging as we will be travelling between altitudes of 2400 and 4600 meters. This means that the journey will be more easy and enjoyable if you are in a good shape beforehand. We will start in Arequipa to acclimatize then continue to the Colca Valley 3500m, Lake Titicaca 3800m mystical lake of the Inca origin, the dimensional gate of Aramu Muru, afterward Cusco 3350m the ancient capital of the Incas and visit Sacred Valley 2800m, the marvel of Machupicchu and the powerful Ausangate mountain, finally we go to the jungle to explore and feel most undomesticated energy of the wildlife special from the Otorongo


The trip is organize and lead by Luis Alejo and the Paqos from Peru, who know the area and the mystical Andean tradition very well. Number of participants are limited.

Travel (on your own) from your country to Lima, capital of Peru since the spanish colonial era. You will be meet by your driver, who will take you to your selected hotel near the airport a for a night of a good rest and sweet sleep.

Hotel Limaq or similar

Transfer to the airport to board your flight to Arequipa, the colonial city at the foot of snow-capped Misti Volcano. Upon arrival you will be transferred to your hotel. Half day walking city tour of Arequipa. Because some of the old buildings are made of white volcanic material (sillar) Arequipa is also known as the ‘white city’. Relaxing afternoon to acclimatize.

Hotel Casona Plaza or similar

A spectacular drive takes us to the Colca Canyon, one of the world's deepest canyons. On the way we pass volcanoes and will almost certainly see vicuñas in the highlands before we cross the Patapampa Pass (4910m) which marks the descent into the canyon itself. As we take the winding road to the town of Chivay, the sight of the green and fertile terraces of the canyon is a real contrast to the barren yet beautiful landscapes we have travelled through for most of the day. This is the first day where we may feel the effects of altitude – although we do not linger at the top of the pass, we spend the night at around 3600m and so it is a good idea to take it easy on arrival.

Hotel Refugio or similar

Today we have a half day exploring the Colca Canyon, starting with a visit to the Cruz del Condor, the best place to see the mighty Andean condors as they glide on the morning thermals. We also see ancient tombs which line the cliffs on one side of the canyon, and make stops in the villages along the way which house several interesting colonial churches. Depending on time, we may take a short walk along the canyon and then find a spot to do a ceremony to connect with the vision of the condor, this archetype in the Andean cosmology represent the upper world and it is the messenger of the spirits. After that we will return to Chivay to have lunch. Wonderful noon to relax and as an otion to go to the hot springs in Chivay.

Hotel Refugio or similar

Today we drive through the mountain to Puno on the shores of Lake Titicaca. En route we have the opportunities to see vicuñas before making a short visit to the burial towers of Sillustani. In a circle we can do a meditation to reconnect with the wisdom of the Inca ancestors. Aferwards we continue to Puno.

Hotel Casona plaza or similar

We have a full day on and Lake Titicaca visiting the descendants of the Uros indigenous who live on islands of floating reeds, still live like their ancestors would have done centuries ago. These days, although the tourism has had a significant economic impact on the islands, the indigenous still use a barter system to trade with those living on the mainland, and fishing and weaving remain key elements of their daily life. we continue on to Taquile Island, home to a community known for their remarkable weaving and traditional lifestyle. The panoramic views of the lake from the island are incredible, and it is often possible to see the snow-capped peaks of the Cordillera Real in the distance. There’s the option to eat lunch on the island, before we return to Puno.

Casona Plaza or similar

Today we will visit one of the most mystical places in Lake Titicaca, in Hayu Marca there is an enigmatic gate carved in a big stone located in the middle of rocky formations.
We will have a meditation to connect with the ancient wisdom keepers and then the Paqos will transmit you an initiation to go beyond our reality.
This temple was a very important altar for ancient cultures like the Tiahuanaku, Lupacas and Incas.
Casona Plaza Puno

Today we have a drive across the altiplano, the high plains separating the Andes from the jungle. Although it is quite a long drive( 10hrs approx.) it is often spectacular. We will do stops on the way to visit some interesting sites to help break up the day and appreciate the immensity of the Andean landscapes. These include La Raya Pass (4313m), the watershed and geographical dividing line between the altiplano and the Vilcanota Valley where Raqchi – the Inca temple of Viracocha is located. We arrive in Cusco( 3400m) late in the noon.

Tierra Viva San Blas or similar

On this day, we will leave the hotel towards the overwhelming buildings of the Temple of the Lightning called Sacsayhuaman we will explore the sacred temple, then we will continue to Q’enko, another beautiful and holy huaca or shrine with a temple to worship Pachamama and the Jaguar; we will pay a short visit to this site and then continue to the area of the temple of the Moon to do the ceremony with the Paqos.

Tierra Viva San Blas or similar

Today, we will visit the Inca site of Pisaq. Here you will discover several major Incan holy temples. The ceremony we join in with the Paqos will take place in a stunning location designed to facilitate our deepest connection to the vision of the falcon. After the ceremony, you will explore the colorful market in the main town of Pisaq. The market is renowned for the exquisite arts and crafts brought in by many native artisans from the surrounding communities. There are many different handicrafts available, including textiles, weavings, ceramics, ponchos, and much more.

TV San Blas or similar

You will continue the trip visiting important Inca sites, today you will visit the Inca site of Chinchero. In ancient times this was an important place for Incan ceremonies and rituals to connect with the stars. Here we will have a beautiful ceremony to connect with ancestral wisdom through the stars constallations and the paqos will transmit you an star initiation. After this ceremony we will have time to visit the local houses where local women will show us the traditional process of weaving and expressing Inka symbols express on the textiles. Afterwards you will head to the Incan site of Moray, the circular terraces hidden among the hills. Surrounded by an impressive backdrop of snow covered mountains, Moray served as an open-air agricultural lab for adapting crops to different environmental condition. The paqos will lead a meditation to link your holy stones with the feminine energy of this site.

Tierra Viva Valle Sagrado

On this day, our van will take us to Ollantaytambo, where we will see on of the most well-preserved buildings in terms of how the Incas lived, first we will visit the Inca portal of Ñaupa Iglesia, a powerful gate to access into high dimension, here we have a ritual to connect with the energy of the Moon. Afterwards we continue to visit the main temples of Ollantaytambo dedicated to different deities, our guide will explain about how important was this arqueological site for the Incas.
After the visit we go to the train station to head toward Machupicchu town.

Gringo Bill’s - Machupicchu

For most people the highlight of the trip is the visit to the lost city of the Incas Machu Picchu. Early in the morning we will head up to the ancient citadel. This is one of the architectural and engineering marvels of the ancient world, in a mountain setting of staggering immensity. The Spaniards never found this city lost in the clouds, and the Incas left no records of it, so Machu Picchu remains a great enigma, a city lost for centuries in the jungle. The citadel is located at an altitude of 2490 meters (8,169 ft). From here, you can view the sacred mountains (Apus) like Wayna Picchu, Putukusi, and Inti Punku. Machu Picchu also is known for its astronomical alignments and observatory. The Intihuatana Stone or Hitching Post of the Sun has been shown to be a precise indicator of the date of the two equinoxes, the summer and winter solstice and other significant celestial periods. To touch one’s forehead to this stone is said to bring many blessings and insights. We will meditate to reconnect with the Crystal city in a quiet spot on Machu Picchu.
Return train in the afternoon to Ollantaytambo and bus to Cusco

Tierra Viva San Blas or similar

Today has been left free to relax and enjoy the many attractions of Cusco. It is possible to visit the Cathedral, Qoricancha temple of the Sun, San Pedro local market and the witches market.

Tierra Viva San Blas or similar

Early in the morning we will drive by private van from the sacred valley along the south valley towards Pacchanta village (altitude 4,100 m) located to the southeast of Cusco. This trip will take approximately 4 hours and on the way we will enjoy the spectacular landscapes. After some rest at Pacchanta, we will start the hike over steep mountain slopes with green agricultural fields and terraces. Throughout this terrain, you will see little villages with shepherds guiding their herds of alpacas. Distance to hike 9km. We will walk from 4200m to 4600m (optional: rent a horse to ride instead of walking). In the evening we will share a fire ceremony to reconnect with energies of the milky way.

Camping at 4.600 m.

the most significant mountain for the Andean paqos. Another name for Apu Ausangate is the “Lord of Manifestation” and the mountain is also related to grounding and to the sacred directions. Ausangate and the holy lagoons in the surrounding area are well known as powerful sources of energies for the paqos, and the paqos will offer a despacho ceremony to honour this powerful source.

Camping 4.600m

After the nice breakfast we start to set up the tents and all the camping equipment to descend to the village of Pacchanta to take the van to Cusco.

TV San Blas or similar

We have an early start today for the flight to Puerto Maldonado, a small jungle town. After a short drive to the river port to take a boat to our lodge in the Tambopata reserve ( 40 minutes approx. depending on the lodge used). On the way we may see caimans, river turtles and wide birdlife.

The rainforest lodge is basic but all accommodation has some facilities with cold showers, electricity is by generator and just a few hours a day and in the dining time.

The next three days, we will be immerse in the jungle to explore the rivers, lakes on foot and boat trips. Although wildlife tends to hide in the dense foliage, we should expect to see a wide variety of birds, including herons, egrets, macaws and the prehistoric-looking hoatzin as well several species of monkeys, reptiles and insects.

Optional, in the evenings we could have Ayahuasca ceremonies with a local ayahuasquero, a master who has experience for years the gifts of the mother nature. Ayahuasca has been used since ancients time in order to cleanse our bodies and spirits and reach high stages of consciousness that helps to find clarity, balance in our daily life.

Today, we will leave the lodge to head to Puerto Maldonado airport to take flight to Lima and later home.


  • Hotel (double rooms), including breakfast
  • Lodge in the jungle
  • All entrance fees for the sacred sites mentioned
  • Private transportation, train tickets to Machupicchu.
  • 2 Paqos during the Andean trip except in the jungle
  • Meals for Ausangate trip
  • Camping equipment ( tents, sleeping bags, mattress & oxygen)
  • Horses and horsemen to carry equipment at Ausangate
  • Tour guide
  • Shared jungle trip
  • Meals in the jungle trip
  • Not Included:
  • Flight from your home country to Lima, Lima to Arequipa, Cusco to Puerto Maldonado - Lima and to your home country
  • Domestic flights within Peru
  • Additional meals (lunch, dinner), as specified above
  • Individual healings/initiations with the paqos (upon request)
  • Travel Insurance (including health insurance)
  • Supplement in a SGL room Euro:
  • Flashlights
  • Bathing suit.
  • Optional, Ayahuasca ceremony

Tour Leaders:

  • Luis Alejo ( Peru)
  • Paqos from the Andes


Total Cost of Program:        Euro:

Note: Although carefully anchored in an energetic “template” as well as in detailed practical advance planning, this itinerary remains “subject to reality.” It is the nature of pilgrimage and apprenticeship that some things may change at the last minute. In our experience, the few changes that occurred on our previous journeys often opened the door to unforeseen (and usually wonderful) opportunities. Thank you in advance for your flexibility and willingness to adapt, to take advantage of the ever-changing possibilities inherent in a fluid shamanic universe

For more informations and bookings please contact:

Skype: luisqero

Cellphone: 0051-84-984001975