Incas’ Heritage Peru.
Explore the Incas Valley in the most memorable way – Kinga’s Inspiration.

Incas’ Heritage is a Full Experience journey into the emblematic Valley of Urubamba, attended by their native inhabitants and a friendly local guide. You and your fellow Munayan travellers will explore the Andean landscapes both on horseback and by foot, side-by-side with Quechua hosts.
You will explore a mystic open-air Inca’s laboratory — Moray, and the terraced Salt Mines of Maras. Upon visiting Cuzco, your 5 senses will be roused, guided by local women through fascinating spots of art, gastronomy, architecture and culture.

Stay nights 12 days / 11 nights.

Party Size 6-10 people.

Outdoor Effort suite for active person.

Stay Comfort 

Location Cuzco – Perú.

Price per person Request a quote.  


Individual coaching before-travel for
your mind setup, during-travel over a
travelbook & consulting, and an aftertravel
coach for experience integration.


We will visit the Sacred Incas’ Valley,
Salt Mines of Maras, Moray and
Macchu–Picchu, will Horseback Ride
and do Short Hikes.


Through a children house & family stay
and a Local Empowerement Program
(LEP) with Quechua and Aymaran

Arrival in Lima. Dinner in typical Peruvian restaurant and overnight in family-owned hostel.

Flight to Cuzco and accommodation in beautifully placed guest house.

Visit of  Cuzco treasures, including family owned art galleries, tasting of local specialities prepared by friendly families in their houses and visit of the Pisac Archaeological Site with a stunning panorama over chain of Andes.

Trip to Urubamba Valley to discover a UNESCO world heritage sites and visit a local horse stud just in heart of snowy peaks of Andes.

Visit of the terraced Salt Mines of Maras at an altitude of 3200 m.a.s.l accompanied by its female cooperative  worker.

Stay in a local hostel in surrounding village, Muray, and dinner with passionate horse guide with whom you will spend next days.

Getting to know the horses and explore of this emblematic Incas valley on typical Paso horse back with some stops for typical home-made Chicha drink.

Stay in the family-owned  Sunflower Child House hosting currently 25 children. Accompany locally working  Women in daily activities with the children to build a mutual understanding and share a moments of joy and emotional connection.

Evening arrival in a hotel to chill out from your expedition with fascinating view on the Andes with a glass of typical Pisco Sour.

A “behind the scenes” visit of Cuzco and tasting of a fresh  specialities on the local market. Chatting with local Woman Guides to see through their eyes local reality, opportunities and challenges for them and their families. 

Drive to the valley of Urubambra River and in the early morning walk to World Heritage Macchu Picchu citadel with passionate Woman Guide.

Come back by scenic train.

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