Aventuras Tierras Mojadas

Oct 16 2009

Choquekirao 5 días, 5 noches — por reserva

Primera noche

Partimos de Cusco en automovil a las 5 de la tarde hacia el hermoso pueblo de Cachora que esta a 4 horas de distancia, llegaremos  a las  9 p.m.  aprox….alli cenaremos  y pernoctaremos en una casa Hospedaje.

Primer dia Nos levantaremos muy temprano 6 a.m, tomaremos desayuno mientras los arrieros cargan a las mulas con los viveres, las tiendas y el equipo necesario para la caminata.  Despues de desayunar nosotros solamente nos proveeremos de una botella de agua, un poncho para la lluvia y un pequeño snack natural (tal vez manì o algunas frutas secas) y emprenderemos la caminata  pasando primero por las zonas de cultivo del pueblo para luego caminar por las montañas entrando al gran Cañon del rìo Apurimac, donde podremos apreciar una enorme variedad de especies de vegetaciòn silvestre y tambien de cientos de especies de hermosas mariposas que nos acompañaran durante toda la caminata al medio dia estaremos llegando al campamento de Chiquisca donde nos estaràn esperando los arrieros con un delicioso almuerzo y luego de disfrutar este con un breve descanso emprenderemos nuevamente la caminata a las 2:30 p.m  y luego estaremos  descendiendo al rìo Apurimac donde nos daremos un refrescante baño en el rio y luego ascenderemos a la localidad de Santa Rosa donde podremos ver el atardecer entre las enormes  montañas cenar y pernoctar bajo un inmenso cielo estrellado.

Segundo Dìa: Nos levantaremos muy temprano, tomaremos desayuno y ascenderemos por una hermosa montaña en el que tal vez podramos encontrar en el camino con algunos  osos de anteojos, ciervos silvestres y algunos otros mamiferos  tipicos de  estas montañas  y muchas aves de la regiòn, pasaremos por la localidad de  Marampata antes de medio dìa y llegaremos a Choquenkirao entre las 1 o 3 de la tarde y mientras los arrieros preparan las tiendas y los alimentos, nosotros podremos visitar varias zonas de esta misteriosa ciudad y ver  enormes  condores  volar muy cerca de  nosotros y estaremos regresando a nuestro campamento antes del anochecer para tomar nuestros alimentos y pernoctar en este maravilloso lugar rodeado de hermosas montañas, vasta vegetaciòn e inumerables estrellas.

Tercer Dìa:  Nos levantaremos muy temprano, tomaremos desayuno y conoceremos las zonas de la ciudad inca mas alejadas y  entrar  a la selva  y descubrir  ruenas de recintos y paredes incas todavia cubiertas  por la vegetacion,  y tambien en este  dia  muy temparano podremos ver el vuelo de los còndores muy cerca de nosotros, regresaremos  despues del mediodia  al campamento  para almorzar y luego tener  una charla  sobre la  historia inca y preinca ,la y las cosmovisiones y espiritualidad de  los pueblos  andinos, luego   podremos tener  algunas  sesiones  de meditación ,  reiki  o luego ya  en el campamento tal vez  disfrutar de  una hermosa fogata , antes de dormir  en la paz   de  este  lugar .

Cuarto Dìa: Mientras hacemos una  ultima visita por la selva  en los alrrededores de la ciudad el arriero avanzará con las mulas delante de nosotros de regreso a la localidad de Santa Rosa donde nos encontraremos con èl aproximadamente a las 2 de la tarde y almorzaremos en esta pintoresca aldea rodeada de cultivos de maiz, caña y aguacates. Luego descenderemos al rìo, lo cruzaremos y estaremos llegando a Chiquiska aproximadamente a las 5 de la tarde donde acamparemos y luego cenaremos rodeados de cultivos de frutales, de papayas, chirimoyas y guanabanas, pernoctaremos otra vez mas en nuestras tiendas bajo las estrellas.

Quinto dia: Nos levantaremos temprano y tomaremos desayuno, caminaremos de regreso a la localidad de Cachora, a la mitad del camino nos detendremos en dos lugares llamados Capulillo y Huanccalle para descansar, sentir la fuerza  y  sonido del  viento , admirar las montañas y tomar una merienda , estaremos llegando al pueblo de  Cachora a la 2 de la tarde , alli almorzaremos  en la casa de una familia  del pueblo  y  partiremos  de regreso a las 3 p.m.   visitaremos el pueblo  de  saywite , donde  apreciarermos  la  famosa  maqueta  o mapa en piedra    de las  ciudades   principales  de imperio Inca . la cual se encuentra   al lado de las  tambien importantes  guarniciones   o bases militares    incas de Saywite y luego  continuaremos  nuestro retorno   para llegar a la ciudad del Cusco  aproximadamente  a las  7 p.m.

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Wild Jungle Trip/Wild Jungle and Chachapoyas Trip 15/21 days

Healing journey in close contact with nature — By Reservation

You are very welcome to join us for a journey through the wild, magical jungles of Peru! During this trip you will have the opportunity to live in close contact with lush, vibrant nature and experience its healing. You will be able to learn about many medicinal plants, swim in paraisical, therapeutical hot springs, and partake in the sacred plant medicine of ayahuasca. Throughout the trip there will be plenty of opportunities for ceremonial and spiritual work, increasing your communication and communion with self and nature – the earth, trees and waters. In addition, you will also have the possibility of receiving individual healing sessions.

On this journey, being in close contact with nature implies living simply. We will spend some nights in simple hostals and others in tents. Some of the distances we will cross are only accessible by foot, so there will be a fair bit of walking. Some of the time we will, however, have the option of going by car – so the exact amount of walking will depend on the will of the group as well as on the condition of the roads. All long distance travel will take place by plane, though, leaving as much time as possible to stay and enjoy at the beautiful places we will visit. During the whole journey we will be living very simply, but when we arrive to drink ayahuasca we will step up from the low-budget realm. Ayahuasca should be taken with care, under safe and comfortable conditions. We will therefore go to Refugio Altiplano, a very well-respected and reliable center for ayahuasca and other plant medicines, where both beginners and people with a bit more experience will be given the opportunity for very safe and healing journeys.

After the jungle trip, you can chose between returning to Lima or to continue the journey with us to Chachapoyas. Here you will see a totally different aspect of Peru, in the remnants of a culture which developed totally independently of the Inka empire. Among the marked differences between the Chachapoya culture and the Inkas, are their architectural styles, their handicraft and their funerary customs. Chachapoyas offers you its beautiful nature, including an enormous quantity of different kinds of orchids, and its interesting archaological sites in relative freedom from tourists. These days will give you an opportunity to rest and recuperate after your wildlife and ayahuasca experiences, through a gradual return to city or travel life. It will also be possible for you to participate in a San Pedro ceremony.

You will be guided on the trip by José ´Pepe´ Arrospide and Maria Wemrell. Pepe has been exploring and bringing travelers to the Peruvian jungle and its plant medicines for 20 years. He is a very inspirational guide, sharing generously his passion for and knowledge about its unique nature and its healing properties. This journey consists of Pepe´s uniquely developed itenary, which is not offered by any other guide or travel agency. Therefore we will probably not encounter many other travelers during our days in the jungle.

ITINERARY:

Day 1 This is the day of arrival to Lima. Depending on the hour of your arrival and your energy level after the flight, you will be able to join an optional, relaxed tour around the city. In the evening we will have dinner, before getting some rest at our hostal in the lovely city area of Miraflores.

Day 2 In the morning we will travel by plane to the city of Puccalpa, located in the Amazon. We will go straight into the jungle, to the village of Yarinacocha which is located next to a beautiful lake. After a short boattrip on the lake we will arrive to our friend Leonidas where we will stay the night. Leonidas will show us and teach us about some of the many plants and trees growing around his home, such as mango, huito, cocona and many others. We will be able to have a swim in the lake, while enjoying the beauty of the scenery. The area is full of exotic birds, and if we are lucky we will be able to see some of the pink dolphins residing here. We will also make a first circle, learning a bit more about each other as well as expressing and strengthening our intentions for the journey.

Day 3 In the morning we will explore a few other places next to the lake. We will visit a Shipibo community, meeting people and seeing their handicraft, including jewellery made of local seeds and textiles made of natural fibres and colors. Fruits such as aguagyna, copohasu, camu camu, ungurahui and many more, not only delicious but also extremely nutritious, will be available to eat. We will continue to Isla de amor, an uninhabited island where we can relax, swim and do meditation and ceremony. After this excursion we will go back to Leonidas, where we will spend another night.

Day 4 Early in the morning we will head back to Pucallpa. From there we will catch a flight to Contamana, which is an Amazonian village located on the side of the Ucayali river. Starting from here, we will move deeper into the jungle. Depending on the condition of the road, as well as on the group, we will either go by foot (5 hours) or by car for most of the way (1 hour car, 40 minutes walk).

Our destination, located 20 km from the village of Contamana, is a beautiful location possessing natural thermal waters formed by the union of two different rivers. At the junction of these two rivers, one hot and one cold, we find our thermal waters – completely natural, without human alteration. Rock caverns also form natural saunas. Arriving at this mysterious place is an amazing experience, its beautiful landscape impossible to forget. After setting up camp on the beachy edges of the waters we will prepare ourselves a rustic dinner and eat there along the banks of the water. After dinner we will have time to soak in the sulfurous thermal waters, experiencing its relaxing, detoxifying and healing effects. We will spend the night here in this location, sleeping in tents, in true contact with nature, listening to the hundreds of sounds of wild animals

Day 5 We will wake up before sunrise to begin a trek through the National Reserve jungle, during which we will hopefully see a range of wild animals. Our first stop is a location where we will hide and watch for the many parrots which gather at this point to eat and mate. We will then continue to a beautiful waterfall where we will stop and be able to enjoy a relaxing natural bath. We will return to our campsite for lunch, after which we will have more time to enjoy the hot thermal baths situated between natural, gigantic rock formations. We will spend another night here at this site. Depending on the weather we will be able to enjoy the natural baths into the night, under the stars, and/or the warmth of our bonfire. At some point while staying next to the thermal waters we will also make ceremony, getting closer to the water element, cleansing and giving thanks.

Day 6
After breakfast we will make our way back to Contamana (again by foot or car) where we will have some free time to explore the village and have lunch. Later in the afternoon we will leave Contamana, making the 6 hour journey by boat along the Ucayali river towards Canchahualla. In this Shipibo community we will lodge with the inhabitants, in one of their houses. They will cook dinner for us, a meal typical to the region.

Day 7 From Canchahualla we will begin an unforgettable trek along a rugged path during which we will pass three beautiful waterfalls. The first two are too hot for swimming, but in the third one (7 metres high) we will be able to enjoy a relaxing bath in the spectacular surroundings. Here we will also make a meditation journey, beginning to prepare us for our upcoming ayahuasca ceremonies. On the same path we will pass a small mountain, the only place in the jungle where it´s possible to see all three rows of Andean mountains crossing the lands of Peru. After having returned to our lodgings we will prepare ourselves a meal, before returning by boat to the village of Contamana.

Day 8 After breakfast in Contamana we will go to the airport and board a plane to Iquitos, capital city of the Amazon. After some time to relax we will make a tour around the city, beginning at the Plaza de Armas and continuing to Malecon, a site where we will have a wonderful view of the Amazon river. Depending on time and will, we will be able to visit the market of Belen and its medicinal/shamanic section. Other optional visits include the floating town of Belem,  Pintilwasi where we can view many different animals such as 32 species of butterflies, monkeys, speaking parrots and a bear by the name of Rosita, and El Serpentario, with its anacondas and many other kinds of snakes.  In the evening we will have dinner together in the city.

Day 9 Today we will leave Iquitos and travel with speedboat on the Amazon and Tamshiyacu Rivers to Refugio Altiplano. In the evening, after having had time to relax and enjoy the beauty of this medicinal center, we will have our first ayahuasca ceremony.

Day 10-13 We will have four whole days in Refugio Altiplano, with lots of time to relax and enjoy the sensory experience of the jungle. During these days, each person will have plenty of space for reflection preparing for and following the ayahuasca ceremonies, which will be held every night. You may also want to bring books, writing or drawing material, for entertainment but above all for recording and processing visions and insights from the ceremonies. It will be possible to go kayaking or swimming in the river, or to go walking in the jungle. We can also ask one of the assistant shamans to show us and teach us about the many medicinal plants in the garden. During these days, you will be able to participate in between three and five ayahuasca ceremonies.

Day 14 We will spend the morning at Refugio Altiplano, relaxing after the final ayahuasca ceremony, before we travel back to Iquitos. The afternoon and evening will be free, for exploration, relaxing or shopping in Iquitos. We will have dinner together in one of the city´s restaurants, overlooking the Amazon river.

Day 15 This is the final day for those returning to Lima after the jungle. You will catch a flight from Iquitos to Lima in the morning, then continuing your travels to your next destination or to your home country. Those of us continuing to Chachapoyas will fly to Yurimaguas, and from there journey by bus to Chachapoyas. When we arrive in the evening, we will check into our hotel and get some rest. Chachapoyas will allow you to experience a totally different side of Peru. It will also give you a chance to make a gradual return to the hustle and bustle of city and travel life, after your ayahuasca and jungle adventures.

Day 16 Today we will explore Karajia, with its enigmatic sarcofagos. These old remnants of deceased human bodies have been placed in groups of six or seven in the vertical mountain side, at 20 metres height, impossible to access and desecrate. Their designs are strangely similar to the statues on Easter Island in Chile, still puzzling archeologists. We will also visit some old (possibly pre-Chachapoya) rock paintings, a good place for meditation and ceremony. Lunch will be served in the village of Luya.

Day 17 After breakfast we will go to the ruins of the Kuelap city in the Valley of Utcubamba, by bus and foot. The architechture of this village, located on the top of a mountain, is very different from the Inca style. The village is oval-shaped and surrounded by a wall, 15 metres high. Inside the wall we will find the remnants of over 500 houses, which together with the 200 located outside the wall make up a complex of ruins comparable to Machu Picchu in size. Depending on weather, the will of the group and the attentiveness of the site guardians, we will perform a Huachuma (San Pedro cactus) ceremony here, connecting with ourselves, the spirit of the place and the beautiful nature surrounding us.

Day 18 This is a a free day of relaxation or of an optional excursion to the Sonche Canyon, with its village of Huancas, its beautiful views and its special ceramic handicraft. In the evening we will catch a night-bus to Chiclayo.

Day 19 We will arrive to Chiclayo early in the morning. After a couple of hours rest we will visit some archeological remnants from the pre-Inca culture of Moche and Chimu, as well as the tombs of the pre-Inka kings of Sipan. In the evening we will enjoy marinera, the special music and dance typical for this place, as well as some local delicacies.

Day 20 Today we will travel to Lima by plane. Back in Lima, we will make our final stop on the journey in the impressive ruins of Pachacamac in the outskirts of the city. This is the biggest ceremonial center on the coast, from pre-Inca and Inca times, eg including temples of the sun and moon. Pachacamac was worshipped as a god of creation, in cults which were formative to latter ones in Cusco. In the evening we will have our last dinner together.

Day 21 Today is the last day of the journey. Everyone will be free to stay for a few more days in Lima, or continue their journey to their next destinations or their home countries. If anyone wants to travel on to Cusco, it will be possible to fly together with Pepe and Maria on this date (flight not included in the price of the journey) Note: This itinerary is subject to change due to conditions beyond our control. The exact  contents of the journey (such as ceremonies, excursions and activities) are also flexible, depending on the will of the group.

Cost: Jungle Trip 15 days Jungle/Chachapoyas Trip 21 days Included:

-All transport throughout the journey, incl airfares, boats, buses and cars

-Accomodation (hotels and tents)

-All food and drinks (you will pay yourself for any additions to meals and drinks supplied)

-24 hour guide service, incl translation Spanish-English

-All entrance fees

-Samples of local fruits and medicinal plants

-Up to five ayahuasca ceremonies (and for Chachapoya, one Huachuma/San Pedro ceremony)

Not included:

-Travel to and from Lima, before and after the journey

-International airport tax

-Insurance

-Any personal expenses, such as additional food or drinks, laundry and telephone calls

Payment Conditions: The number of participants on the journey is limited to 12. To hold your place, we require a $  non-refundable deposit when you make your booking. Please contact us for further payment details.

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Information

Cada viaje incluye:

Visitias a sitios sagrados incas y preincas

Ceremonias espirituales

Viajes Shamanicos

Trabajo con los cuatro elementos

Medicina a base de plantas (opcional)

Meditación

Talleres artistícos

Nuestro guía tiene extensa experiencia con las constumbres de la comunidades nativas. Trabaja con ellas y con shamanes.

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Each trek includes:

Visits to sacred inca and pre-inca sites

Spiritual Ceremonies

Shamanic Voyagess

Work with the four elements

Plant Medicine (optional)

Meditation

Artistic Workshops

Our guide has extensive experience with native customs and communities. He works with them as well as shamans.

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Oct 13 2009

Inka Jungle Trail

Sale de Cusco/ leaves Cusco/ Sorte de Cusco: por reserva/by reservation

Costo/Cost/Coût: 700 (soles)

Vacany/Vacantes/Postes Vacants: 7 people

Tel.: (51) 084 984733967

email: pepearrospide@yahoo.es

ITENERARIO:

Machupicchu

Camino Inca de la Selva…… 4 dias / 4 noches

  • PRIMERA NOCHE A las las 5 p.m., desde la ciudad de Cusco, partimos en un mini bus  modelo Starex (9 asientos) con dirección al  pueblito de Santa María al norte del Cusco. En el camino  pasamos por los  pueblos de  Urubamba y Ollantaytambo (valle sagrado) y luego subimos una cadena montañosa y desde un lugar llamado puerto Málaga ( 4,200 m.s.n.m. ), donde se puede apreciar el nevado Veronica ( Apu huacawilca ),  descendemos a la localidad de Alfamayo ( 1,800 m.s.n.m.) donde cenamos en un pintoresco restaurante campestre de la  carretera. Luego llegamos a Santa María aproximadamente a las  10 p.m.  allí  dormimos en un bonito  hospedaje.
  • PRIMER  DIA Desayunamos en el mismo  hospedaje  y nos trasladamos en un mini bus a otra localidad mas pequeña llamada Santa Rosa, desde  allí caminamos por la selva, donde vemos muchas plantas tipicas y árboles frutales como mangos, chirimoyas, nísperos, papayas, cacao. Podemos comer directamente de los arboles según la temporada. También vemos arboles de naranjas, bananas y yucas  etc. Vemos plantaciones de  coca y podemos celebrar algunas de las ceremonias andinas precolombinas  como el Kintu ante la vista de los nevados Salkantay y Huacawilca. En la caminata, conocemos gran variedad de flores, mariposas y aves como los Loros de  cabeza roja y los Gallito de las rocas. Visitamos una familia campesina para  compartir el típico chocolate caliente y luego pasamos por un camino inca  de escaleras y balcones de piedra de setecientos años de  antigüedad. Almorzamos comida típica cocinada en leña en una casa campesina y luego continuamos caminando al lado de el rio Urubamba hasta  arribar a unas hermosas aguas termales llamadas Cocalmayu donde acampamos y pasamos una maravillosa  noche  disfrutando los beneficios  medicinales  y relajantes de el  agua termal.

  • SEGUNDO DIA En la mañana podemos continuar disfrutando de estos baños  con la luz de el sol y antes de  el mediodía nos trasladamos a otro lugar para almorzar y desde allí caminar por dos horas rodeando las montañas de  Waynapicchu y Machupicchu hasta  llegar a un lugar muy apartado  llamado Mandor. Esta  es  una  pequeña  reserva natural donde se encuentran más del 20 porciento de las  especies de  aves  que hay en todo  el Perú , entre  ellos: el Colibri Inca, el Gallito de las  rocas, El Chihuaco, La Tandara,  El Chingolo , etc. Aquí vemos la famosa cascada  de Mandor y acampamos.
  • TERCER DIA Muy temprano, a las 4 a.m., subimos a Machupicchu y Waynapicchu, vemos el maravilloso amanecer antes de entrar a  la  ciudadela  inca  y conocemos la ciudad santuario en su totalidad. Salimos a las  2  p.m. Almorzamos y regresamos por el mismo camino pasando por Mandor hasta el pueblo de Santa Teresa. Aquí cenamos y nos trasladamos nuevamente a las aguas termales de Cocalmayu para dormir la cuarta  noche en este  hermoso lugar, disfrutando de las  aguas  termales.
  • CUARTO DIA   Emprendemos el regreso muy temprano. Nos trasladamos a Huayopata y luego a las   ruinas  del palacio inca de  Huamanmarca. Llegamos a almorzar a Ollantaytambo y luego caminamos por este   hermoso pueblo inca, que es  le único  pueblo inca   viviente. Es decir, la  gente   de  este  pueblo  sigue  habitando las  casas de  sus  antepasados y caminando por las  calles originales donde estos caminaban. Es el pueblo  más interesante del valle sagrado. Luego nos dirigimos a la ciudad del Cusco. Llegamos aproximadamente a las 6  p.m.

A traves de todo el viaje comparto reseñas historicas incaicas y preincaicas. Hablamos de  su sistema  administrativo,  de sus costumbres,  su agricultura, ciencia, arte, etc.

Cosas para llevar:

Linterna  de mano  o frontal

Cobertor   para la lluvia

Buenos  zapatos ( no sandalias )

Ropa  de  baño

Gorra y/o lentes  para  proteccion de  el sol

Protector  para el sol

Toalla

Utensilios  básicos de  aseo personal

Poca  ropa  en mochila pequeña.

(solo lo indispensable )

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ITINERARY:

Machupicchu

Inca  Jungle Trail …… 4 days/ 4 nights

  • FIRST NIGHT At 5pm, we leave the city of Cusco in a minibus model Starex (seats 9) and head to the small town of Santa María, north of Cusco. On the way we pass the towns of Urubamba and Ollantaytambo (sacred valley). Then we go on a mountain hike until we reach Puerto Málaga ( 4,200 m.s.n.m. ). There we can appreciate the Veronica Peak( Apu huacawilca ) and  descend to Alfamayo ( 1,800 m.s.n.m.) where we dine in a picturesque country restaurant. Then we arrive at Santa María, approximately at 10 pm. There we sleep in comfortale accomodations.
  • FIRST DAY We breakfast in the same accomodations and move by way of the mini bus to another smaller location also called Santa Rosa. There we begin our jungle trek. ON the trek, we see many typical plants and fruit trees like mangos, chirimoyas, nísperos, papayas, cacao. We are abe to eat directly from the trees depending on the season. We also generally see orange and banana trees as well as yuca plants. We travel near coca fields and have the option of celebrating andine precolombian ceremonies like the Kintu. We generally do this with a view of the Salkantay and Huacawilca peaks. Through the walk, we see a great variety of flowers, butterflies and birds like read-headed parrots and the cock of the rock. We visit a family of farmers to share a typical cup of hot chocolate. Then we travel on a tiered inca trail adorned with seven-hundred-year-old balconies. Upon our arrival we eat a typical meal cooked in a wood stove in the house of a nearby farmer. Then we continues our trek along the Urubamba river until arriving at the beautiful hot springs of Cocalmayu. There we camp for the night andenjoy the medicinal, healing and relaxing properties of the springs.

  • SECOND DAY In the morning we continues to enjoy the hot springs, now by the light of day. Beofre noon we move to a place where we can have lunch and from where we can begin our two hour trek around the mountains of Waynapicchu and Machupicchu to Mandor. This is a small natural reserve where we can find over 20 percent of Peru´s native bird species, among them: the Inka hummingbird, the Cock of the ROck, The Chihuaco, The Tandara,  The Chingolo , etc. Here we can also see the beautiful Mandor waterfall and finally camp.
  • THIRD DAY Very early, at 4 am, we go up to Machupicchu and Waynapicchu to see the beautiful dawn before entering the inca city and visit the rest of the sanctuary. We leave at 2 pm, have lunch and return along the same trail passing by Mandor until we reach the town of Santa Teresa. Here we dine and once again enjoy the hot springs of Cocalmayu
  • FOURTH DAY We begin our return very early on. We move to Huayopata and then to the ruins of the palace of Huamanmarca. We arrive in Ollantaytambo for lunch and then we walk around this beautiful inka town, the only living inka town. That is to say, the people of this town are direct descendants of the inkas, live in the same houses as their ancestors, and wakl along the same original streets. It is the most interseting town in the sacred valley. From here we head back to Cusco so as to arrive at 6 pm.

Throughout the trip, I will share inca and preincan historical accoutns. I will explain the administrative system,  a few of their traditions,  their agriculture, science, art, etc.

Things to bring:

Blankets or sleeping bags

Protection for the rain

Good shoes (no sandals)

Bathing suit

Cap and/or sunglasses

Sunscreen

Towel

Basic personal hygene items

A little clothing in a small backpack

(bring only what is absolutely necessary)

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