Medicine & Ceremony Add-ons
Ayahuasca ceremonies can be added during or at the end of any private retreat. For groups opting to incorporate Ayahuasca in the retreat, meals will adhere to the Ayahuasca diet and will include breakfast and lunch only on ceremony days. All optional ceremonies have a required minimum of 8 guests. Despachos (ceremonial offerings) with our Q’ero shamans are also available for any number of guests.
Activities & Tourism
There are a number of beautiful trails for hiking right outside the front door of Source Peru. You are only limited by the amount of time and energy you have to spend in the mountains! There are also opportunities for paragliding, horseback riding, mountain biking, zip-lining, white water rafting, bungee jumping, a via ferrata, camping, trekking, climbing, quad and moto rentals…the list is endless!
Our convenient location in the heart of the Sacred Valley grants easy access to a number of well-known ruins and sacred sites including Cusco’s Saksaywaman, Coricancha and other sites, the Pisaq ruins and market, the Moray ruins and Maras salt pans, the Lares hot springs, the Ollantaytambo ruins, and of course the world renowned Machu Picchu.
We work with a number of local travel and tour agencies and can easily assist you in planning a wonderful array of extra curricular adventures before, during or after your group’s stay at Source Peru.