Experimental tourism is a new, bold and attractive proposal of sustainable tourism in Peru, where tourists can enjoy the natural and cultural wealth of Andean areas.
The experiential tourism tourist the opportunity to get involved in the lives of the Peruvian people, establishing a close relationship with the farmers and artisans, their families and communities that have prepared their homes to accommodate tourists and teach the way of life, customs and traditions such as Arar livestock, making bread, participate in ceremonies payment to the land, planting local produce, walking to nearby attractions and many other native customs preserved from yesteryear.
For example, in the Cusco residents of three communities in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, open their doors to tourists in order to share their daily lives through experiential tourism. The stay can be directly involved in farming activities, festivals and rituals, achieving a true exchange of life in balance with nature. Furthermore, it is possible to revive multimilenarios myths and traditions during the tour of the ancient routes of the Inca Trail, the Sacred Valley and high communities.
All these unforgettable moments, will be supplemented with own songs, desires, feelings, rituals and the powerful sense of freedom printed in the incomparable beauty Andean tourist.
It lies to the east, at km 125 of the road to Puno, on the shores of the Vilcanota River, found the town of Raqchi. It belongs to the district of San Pedro de Cacha Canchis province, at an elevation of 3,500 meters. Apparently its prehispanic name was "Cacha" not "Raqchi".
Evidence indicates that Raqchi was a town of multiple constructions for various purposes, tennis (apartments), wayranas (buildings having only 3 walls), qolqas (warehouses), different urns, religious water fountains, etc. Possibly, it was an important dairy farm on the way to the Collasuyo.
This new alternative in Raqchi experiential tourism, is a unique, wonderful and exciting, where you enjoy the conviviality of their ancient traditions and ancient customs of the inhabitants of Raqchi.
FIRST DAY: CUSCO- RAQCHI
Pick up from the hotel early and then lead the people of Raqchi, where we visit the homes of family place, customs and traditions that keep for years. Also help in those doings and be part of the daily life of the people knowing their crops, crops and work daily with soil or (Pachamama) for their food.
In the evening we will have a show folk dance typical of the area.
SECOND DAY: VISIT THE TEMPLE-CUSCO WIRACOCHA
After breakfast, take a guided tour to the Temple of Wiraqocha, which the chroniclers was built by the Inca Wiraqocha in homage to the Sun God
After the visit we will observe the crafts and fabrics made by the same people in the area. Then a typical lunch.
In the afternoon we will be returning to the city of Cusco.
• Professional bilingual guide (English / Spanish)
• Accommodation of place
• Entrance ticket
RECOMMENDED TO BRING.
• Warm clothes
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