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Be the number one holistic and spiritual travel center Cusco, based on programs that integrate spiritual, mental, emotional and physical healing methods. Make a change in the world & help people achieve spiritual enlightenment.
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Since childhood, my father influenced me to know and pass on the knowledge of our ancestral cultures, the essence of our Andean ceremonies and the benefits of Amazonian medicine. Travel and Healing was born from that same desire to share traditional knowledge, traveling to energetic places, enjoying the beautiful destinations offered by our country.
I was born in a small village in the province of Acomayo, which is located in the southern part of Cusco. I moved to Cusco when I was 16 years old to study tourism and to become a professional tour guide because I was fascinated with the idea of sharing my culture with others. I started to work at Travel and Healing in 2012 and I experienced many amazing things being part of the team.
I was born in Checacupe, a small town located in Canchis. I came to Cusco to study Accounting and I started working at Travel and Healing to support them in the area of accounting and administration. Traveling is one of the best pleasures in life, especially when I travel with my family and friends. Each trip is an opportunity to discover new cultures and experience soul-feeding adventures.
I was born in a small village called Catcca close to the Ausangate Mountain. After studying Tourism, I started to work as a professional tour guide and experienced the beauty of traveling. I am passionate about showing my country to the world and providing unique travel experiences based on our ancestral knowledge, which also enhanced my personal life a lot.
I am 38 years old and was very young when I moved to Cusco city, looking for a better future. After studying Tourism, I became a Tour Guide and love to teach travelers everything about my culture and country. Travel & Healing has always treated their staff very well and I am so grateful for all the wonderful conversations, the professional training and for giving each of us guides the opportunity to grow.
My name is Gaby and I live in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. I've been a tour guide for more than 5 years now. I love to share my culture with travelers from all over the world and have had many adventures with them, hiking in the rain, in the snow, in the sun, and much more! My job is unique and it makes me happy to live these wonderful travel experiences.
Do you want to know more about our Paqos and Healing Masters from Peru? We are collaborating with lots of different Maestros because each of them has a different specialization.
My grandfather was the one who taught me this ancestral wisdom. One day I got very sick because the left side of my body was dead, so I went to the hospital, but nobody could help me. My wife found out that in one moment of my life I was hit by lightning that made me get very sick. I was able to completely heal myself, since then I have healed many people with my personal experience.
I am 40 years old and I come from the Qeros community. Since I was very young, my father taught me this ancestral knowledge, and I have been involved in it since the moment I was born. I am Pampamisayoq and I know everything about my ancestors, spiritual customs and culture, which helps me a lot in my life. I want to teach everything I know to people all over the world.
I have over 50 years of experience as a Paqo (teacher). My ancestors were shamans as well and have been passing their wisdom to the next generation. Since my father passed away, I have the mission to maintain the ancestral knowledge of my lineage. My ancestors have a unique healing method based on the knowledge of energy flow and prayers with stones of wisdom.
Katharina Willer · Fri 22 Apr 2022
Revive and Recharge in the Andean Mountains
Katharina Willer · Sun 20 Mar 2022
How the ancient superfood from the Andes is changing lives sustainably
Laura · Sat 27 Nov 2021
Mindfulness is a practice that we can take with us wherever we go. We experience much more of our new surroundings and in a profounder way.
Laura · Tue 16 Nov 2021
How to prepare yourself and have a safe retreat. I am sharing with you my personal experience I had during my first Ayahuasca ceremony.
Ruty Salas · Wed 4 Aug 2021
Located in the heart of the high Andes Mountains in the Cusquenian province of Paucartambo
Ruty Salas · Thu 8 Jul 2021
Since ancient times, especially in the period of the Incas, nature and Mother Earth have been venerated and seen as a Goddess.
Wed 21 Apr 2021
This beautiful and fascinating ceremony is a fusion of traditional Andean and Catholic beliefs.
Wed 21 Apr 2021
During the San Pedro Ceremony in Cusco, Peru, I would see visions of intense paradise. It made me wonder why I don’t see like this everyday.
Wed 21 Apr 2021
Altomesayoq (Al-to-me-sa-yok) Alto means ‘High’ / mesayoq means ‘One who has power’
Wed 23 Oct 2019
This festival is celebrated all over Peru but is most impressive in Cusco.
Tue 30 Jul 2019
The Señor Qoyllur R’iti pilgrimage is one of the most important festivals in the Peruvian Andean religious calendar.
Tue 30 Jul 2019
The Virgen del Carmen is the patron saint of the mestizo population and is known to locals as Mamacha Carmen.
Sun 21 Jul 2019
The Virgen de la Candelaria (“Our Lady of Candelaria”) is the patron saint of the Canary Islands
Fri 1 Mar 2019
While similar to celebrations across the world, there are many customs that make New Year’s Eve distinct in Cusco.
Mon 21 Jan 2019
This procession draws huge crowds from across South America to Lima, the capital of Peru.
Tue 4 Dec 2018
The road system known as the Qhapaq Nan was vital to holding the great Inca Empire together,
Sat 21 Apr 2018
After the Spanish conquest on the Incas, indigenous Peruvians quickly began celebrating Christmas.
Sat 21 Apr 2018
The biggest, most important celebration in Cusco, with thousands of national and international tourists in attendance.
Mon 9 Apr 2018
The festival starts on November 1 with the Day of the Living
Wed 21 Feb 2018
In Quechua, “Qoyllur Riti” means “Shining Snow”, and the festival is called “Taytacha Qoyllur Riti” in that same language
- Martin Buber