44 spiritual people gathered this sacred day for very intense healing in ceremony.
Join us on this amazing climb that takes 1 hour and mostly on a steep incline. Some of the ladders going straight upward seem to have no end. This sacred mountain is one of the pyramids that surround the Machupicchu Sanctuary and the view of the sanctuary is incredible.
Just a 1 hour walk along the Wilkamayu River takes you to the Botanical Gardens with 2 waterfalls coming from Rio Mandor and Yanantin.
The climb up Machupicchu Mountain is 1 1/2 hours and not as steep as other mountains of the area. Once at the top, the view of the sanctuary and surrounding mountains is a panoramic wonder.
This 3,000-year-old Andean ceremonial cente is located close to the city of Huaraz and is also home of the Lanzon.
Close to the small oceanside town of Supe, Caral has recently been discovered, with the past 4 years, since it was buried under the sand for thousands of years.
In ceremony with my 3 amigos and Grandfather of the Andes before entering Chavin de Huantar
Staying with the families on the islands of Lake Titikaka will bring you closer to the way of life of the locals. They share their home, customs and meals with us.
This temple is located on the north side of Isla del Sol and an hour walk from the small village.
Chavin de Huantar, Peru
Cleansing before ceremony near the river at Chavin de Huantar, Peru
Juice in the mercado near Caral, Peru before ceremony
Didgeridoo in Ceremony
Ceremony near Temple of the Moon, Cusco.
On Top of Machupicchu Mountain
Will climbs Machupicchu Mountain
Huaca de la Luna and Huaca del Sol, Huanchaco, Peru
Explanation of the Mesa, Northern Peru
Purification Bath before Ceremony at El Brujo
Sher in Ceremony, Machupicchu
Susan and Julie’s Testimonial about Ceremonies
Sue and Olivia after Ceremony
Community of Betania near Pucallpa, Peru
Q’ero Mariano Despacho Ceremony
Amantani Island, Lake Titikaka
Families of Amantani Island