Ayahuasca is a mater plant that has been practiced in naturally healing physical, mental, emotional issues by Andean Q’ero & Amazonian Shipibo Shamans for over thousands of years. With over 30 years of experiences conducting the most authentic & well-caring ayahuasca retreat for over 7,000 individuals, Travel & Healing and our retreat center partner are the best credited with all 5-star customer reviews in the past years, and with the official approval as one of the only two authorized ayahuasca service providers by Peruvian Ministry of Health. Most participants felt amazed by the life changing & transformational experiences they went through. Our Healing Advisors & medical team will provide a thorough check & explanation before you experience the ayahuasca healing journey.
This 7 Days Ayahuasca Healing Retreat includes three ayahuasca ceremonies and a visit to Machu Picchu. Our 7-day ayahuasca retreat begins in our Retreat Center just outside of Cusco in The Sacred Valley. After our second Ayahuasca ceremony we will start our pilgrimage to the Sanctuary of Señor de Huanca, where we will be blessed by the healing waters that pour into the cleansing pools at the base of Apu Pachetusan, one of the most sacred mountains in the Andean Cosmology. On Day 4 we will have our third and final Ayahuasca ceremony, spent at our Retreat Center. On Day 5 we will make the 1½ hour drive to Ollantaytambo, the last living Inca village whose streets are lined with channels of snowmelt water from the surrounding mountains, (and where you can visit the unique ruins, if you like), then board the train for the 1½ hour ride from the high Andes into the cloud forest, brimming with bromeliads, ferns and orchids. We will skirt the rough-and-tumble Urubamba River along the way to Aguas Calientes, the town for Machu Picchu, which has now been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. We will spend the next day amongst the mystical mountains of these fascinating ruins, learning about the various hypotheses as to what purpose this place, which the Spanish conquest never discovered, may have served. Later in the day we will return to beautiful Cusco, the spiritual center of the Inca Empire, where we will spend our last evening. Day 7 we will transfer you to the Cusco airport, for your flights home.
Pisac and Ollantaytambo Tourist Ticket
If you wish to visit the ruins of Pisac or Ollantaytambo on Day 4, you must purchase a tourist ticket. A full tourist ticket costs S/130 or S/70 for students (up to 25 years old with a valid ISIC card). The full tourist ticket is valid for 10 days and allows entry to the majority of tourist attractions in Cusco, the Sacred Valley and the South Valley. An alternative option for this tour is to buy a partial tourist ticket, which costs S/70, includes Ollantaytambo and Pisac, and is valid for 2 days. Purchasing the full ticket is the better option if you also plan to visit other sites in the Sacred Valley, the South Valley, or the ruins right outside Cusco.
Tickets for Wayna Picchu and Machu Picchu Mountains.
Those trekkers who wish to climb Wayna Picchu Mountain after they have finished the trek must let us know well in advance as permits are limited. For high season (May to October), 2-4 months in advance. Low season (November to April) 1-2 months in advance. There is an additional $15 USD per person charge so we can purchase your ticket for the 2nd time slot at 10:00 am (students with ISIC card: $8 USD per person). Machu Picchu Mountain (additional cost $15 USD) is far less busy and doesn’t need to be booked as far in advance but must also be reserved ($15 USD) at the time of booking so that we can purchase your ticket.
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