Every June, a one-of-a-kind, centuries-old Inca tradition is celebrated, with a hand-made bridge as the center of attention. Over three days, the community of Canas, 160km south of Cusco, gather to re-construct the Q'eswachaka Bridge, using the same ichu grasses that they have used since the days of the Inca Empire.
Recently gaining in popularity is the majestic ruins of Choquequirao with its unparalleled views overlooking the Apurimac River canyon. Recent restoration of this fascinating archaeological site has brought the world’s attention to this other lost city of the Incas.
Qoyllurity is considered the largest pilgrimage in the Andes. This religious festivity was first held in 1780 in the district of Ocongate, eight hours from the city of Cusco. The main ceremony takes place at the foot of Mount Ausangate at 4,700 m.
Larco Museum Tour
Considered a must- see by all editors and travel experts, and undoubtedly one of the best museums in Latin America. This attraction is located in a colonial mansion of the eighteenth century, built on a pre-Columbian the seventh century, the Larco Museum Pyramid is surrounded by beautiful gardens.
Lake Titicaca, 4d/3n
Interact with a Peruvian indigenous culture up close and personal through a cultural exchange on the islands of Lake Titicaca. Experience the traditional life on Amantani island, by seeing how the native community work the land and make beautiful handicrafts.
This 6 day & 4 night trip allows you to sit back and enjoy a cleansing getaway from everyday routines. You will be in the midst of an overwhelming nature, where you can go on meditative treks, do rock climbing and mountain biking, canoeing on the lake, stargazing and much more.
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