Day 1: Travel day to Lima
Day 2: Travel day Lima to Cusco to Pisaq
Day 3: Explore the archaeological sites around Pisaq (San Pedro)
Pisac, a word of Quechua origins, means “partridge”. Inca tradition dictated building cities in the shape of birds and animals, and as such, Pisac is partridge shaped. The Inca ruins included a military citadel, religious temples, and individual dwellings, and overlooks the Sacred Valley, between the Salkantay Mountains. It is thought that Písac defended the southern entrance to the Sacred Valley and controlled a route which connected the Inca Empire with the border of the rain forest.
Day 4: Tipon (overnight in Cusco): 15th-century Inca ruin situated inside the Sacred Valley, 3,400 meters above sea level. Agricultural terraces irrigated by a network of water channels.
Day 5: Chinchero (overnight in Cusco): Pisac - pre-Inca ruins and Inca terraces
Day 6 - 10: Cachora ...don Theo's lovely retreat. Hiking, horses, ceremony, and a beautiful Spanish architecture hacienda nestled in the mountains. You won't want to leave! There will be plant ceremonies with San Pedro and Ayahuasca.
Day 11: Homeward bound ... Cachora to Cusco..
Day 12: Silchilcani - archaeological site; farewell dinner
Day 13: Flight - Cuso to Lima