Sacred Earth Retreat

High in the Andean Mountains, deep within the Sacred Inca Valley...
Adventure awaits us!

 
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Moray

Stunning Inca Argriculture

In a remote area, not often visited by tourists, you will find the visually stunning Inca ruins of Moray.  The Moray ruins are not mentioned in many guide books which provides peace to enjoy enormity of this site.

The deep bowl shaped terraces cut down into the earth are reminiscent of Roman amphitheaters. Like much of the Inca ruins, the purpose behind these concentric terraces isn’t totally known. It is, however, widely believed that the ruins were once a research area for the Inca people. The circular terraces that lie here are thought to have been used as an agricultural research station. 

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Machu Picchu

The Lost City in the Clouds

The ruins of this mysterious city became known to the world only in 1911 and it still retains an air of adventure and grandeur. The history of the site still remains an enigma. There have been many educated guesses by historians and anthropologists, but no one truly knows what ceremonies or purpose the site served.

Temple of the Sun at Machu Picchu is a site of beauty, power, reverence and sanctity.  At an altitude of 7,970 ft, it is nestled in the Andes Mountains sitting in a forest of clouds, and it is a breathtakingly beautiful UNESCO site. The art and culture of the Inca people are expresses in the stones.  Various altars, carvings and rock structures align with the changing seasons and the surrounding mountains.

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Huchuy Cosqo (Qosqo)

Little Cusco

It is hard to out-do the majesty of Machu Picchu, but if any place can do it, Huchuy Cosqo might! These amazing, majestic ruins include a temple and amphitheater where the Incas had ceremonies to honor the mountains, sun and moon. 

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Pisac

New-Age Charm meets Ancient Culture

It is difficult to not fall in love with the charming culture of Pisac with it's colonial architecture, Inca fortress, ruins, markets and weaving culture.  Some kind of charismatic pull has magnetized spiritual seekers seeking everything from yoga retreats to cleansing holidays to hallucinogenic plant medicine trips. 

The charming pull of Pisac cannot be denied! Pisac is an adventure off the beaten path that will invite cultural appreciation.