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Spirit of the Globe and Spirit of the Condor welcomes you to the Inca's Sacred land from September 14th to October 6th 2014 Our 23 day journey begins in Peru with Amazon, then goes to the Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Cusco and Uros in Lake Titicaca, before the island of the Sun and Moon and then Tiwanako in Bolivia. In the Amazon, we will have ceremonies with a local medicine man. Paqos from Q'ero Nation in the Andes mountains will hold ceremonies with us in Cusco and Machu Picchu area, they are direct descendants of the Incas and talking qechua. On island of the Sun in Lake Titicaca it is a local shaman we meet. Here they speak Aymara language. Our tour guide Karina speaks Quechua, Spanish and English.

Journey 9.14.-10.6.2014

Saturday, 9.14 is the departure from USA to Lima where you arrive in the evening and we overnight in Miraflores, a nice area by the sea.

Sunday, 9.15 we continue to Puerto Maldonado in the Amazon, where we meet Karina. From Puerto Maldonado it is a boat trip on the Madre de Dios river in an open boat to the lodge where we will stay. Two evenings we organize, together with the local shaman, Ayahuasca ceremonies for those who want it.

16. - 17 – 18. it will be excursions by boat to Monkey island, a local village, river trip in the evening to look at the small caimans (alligator family) and a guided hike into the jungle to see and hear about the plants, trees and animals.

Karina and Britt will also lead us in a ceremony where we become one with the power of water.

These days will be relaxing and we can find peace for the journey and enjoy the "here and now".

16. and 17. is the Ayahuasca ceremony in the evenings and these goes into the night.

Thursday, 9.19, we travel back to Cusco, 3399 asl.The climate here is calculated from March / April to October as delicious, hot and dry, on a sunny day, temperatures up to + 72 degrees F. It is lunch at one of the nearby restaurants to Plaza de Armas, the main square by the Cathedral, before we go down to Pisac in the Sacred Valley, 15 km from Cusco. Pisac is located at 2970 meters above sea level, and is a nice place to spend a few days to acclimate in relation to height. On the way, we take a short break and visit the park with condors and mountain lions, parrots and other animals that have lived a very difficult life before they came here. The project's goal is to set the animals back into the wild.

In Pisac we live in Paz y Luz, where there is peace, tranquility and beautiful.

This day is the full moon, and we make a fireceremony in the evening for those who want come!

Friday, 9.20 after breakfast, we make a hike up in the ruins overlooking the valley. In Pisac forming the terraces in Kuntur-Orqo mountains a giant flying condor. We meet Q'eros medicin people and have a Despacho ceremony where we are welcomed to the Cusco area. After this afternoon is off and you can walk in Pisac, the village that is not modernized, because the government does not want it.

Saturday, 9.21 after breakfast, we have a trip to San Salvador, Senor de Huanca church, at the foot of Pachatusan mountain. It is fifteen minutes by car. We will be told the church history and feel the energies in the area. There Q'eros will hold a Hatun Karpay ceremony for us.

Sunday, 9.22 a day off and it is autumn Equinox.

Pisaq has a large Sunday market, where among other farmers come to sell their goods, vegetables, fruits and herbs. They serve local food in the marketplace. The stalls are full of knit, crocheted and woven works, paintings, stones, silver jewelery and music. Most of the fine fabric is in alpacawool. You can walk around, eat lunch and shop the most beautiful handicrafts - after you've bargained price! You shall both be happy! Pisaq has several excellent vegetarian restaurants, organic shops, bakeries and a supermarket where you can buy most things.

Monday, 9.23 we will travel up to Moray, where we experience the great circles of the terraces where the Incas grow many different crops. They collected plants from the jungle and planted them in the terraces, then learn what the different heat the plants have to have to grow. The various terraces have different temperatures. Moray is an experiment center of Inca time.

The energies are strong and Q'eros will create a Despacho ceremony in one of the smaller circles for Pachamama and Eqinox. We go on from here to Ollantaytambo and have the afternoon free.

Tuesday, 9.24, we take an early train to Machu Picchu. This is a journey into the jungle. Aguas Caliente is the town at the foot of Machu Picchu, and has lovely Hot Springs. It is a walk through the town and up the hills to get there, but everything is laid with cobblestones and it is easy to get up and not to far, for those who desire it. The sources is also the local bath! The afternoon is free for your own walk.

Wednesday, 9.25 we take one of the first buses up to Machu Picchu, to watch the sun rise over the mountains. It is a very special experience and stunningly beautiful. Machu Picchu architectural complex seems to represent a giant condor. Here it is still possible to sense the vibrations caused by the condor design.

After a guided tour, there will be a ceremony in the Solar cave, where we link us up to the sun and the Incas old energies. Then it's free if you want walking in the energies or climb beautiful Wayna Picchu. Wayna Picchu can only take 300 visitors a day, you should be in good shape, not height scared and start well in advance at 1 pm. It takes about 45 min up if you are in shape. In the afternoon we take the train to Ollantay where we stay overnight.

Thursday, 9.26 we will walk through the ruins to the Temple of the Wind, where we hold a small ceremony for the wind and get help from it to clean and open the throat chakra.

We will wander in the old town of Ollantaytambo, where people still live as they did during Incatime. In the afternoon we travel up to Cusco to acclimate to the journey to Lake Titicaca on Monday and to enjoy the city life!

Friday, 9.27 after breakfast, we will visit with a guide in the Cathedral on the Plaza de Armas, along Incawalls and to the Koricancha - Temple of the Sun. From there we go to the local huge San Pedro market that is filled with everything between heaven and earth. The afternoon is free, so you can wander around town with markets, coffee places, restaurants and shops.

Saturday, 9.28 we will visit Saqsaywaman with a guide - the ancient archaeological site of the hill above Cusco, the Puma head. We will also travel to Q'enko where we have a small ceremony, to the Moon Temple and Tambomachay, Water Temple, that also belongs to the archeological area around Cusco. The afternoon is free.

Sunday, 9.29 is a day off.

Monday, 9.30, we travel to Lake Titicaca, about 8 hours beautiful ride over the highlands. We stop at Wiracochatemplet and have a small ceremony, in a cathedral known as South America's "Sistine Chapel", the local museum and the La Raya, the highest point on the road. We come to Puno in the early evening.

Tuesday, 10.1, after breakfast, we travel by boat on the waterways between the reeds and visit the floating islands of Uros where locals will tell about how they live, on the reeds. After lunch in Puno, we travel to Sillustani where we get a guided hike in the beautiful area, and we have probably passed the 4000 asl. It goes well when we drink coca tea and chew the leaves, as we have done since we came up to Pisac.

Wednesday, 10.2, we go with bus to Copacabana in Bolivia. On the way we will visit "The Dimensional Door of Amaru Muru." We will hold a ceremony and experience the energies of this special place, the door to other dimensoner. In this ceremony, it is most likely that we are not alone. The children and the elderly living in the area usually comes when they see us, to sell the stones they picked in the area. Here it is good to bring something for the children; fruits or a little sweet if we want it. Nice to have something to share. The ceremony is usually with kids and is a meeting in love. In the afternoon we have the opportunity to stroll through Copacabana in Bolivia.

Thursday, 10.3, we go out in the early morning to the Island of the Sun and Moon. The journey on Lake Titicaca, with the beautiful mountains along the lake is magical. North on the island of the Sun we walk from 3800 to about 4000 asl It is a special sacred archaeological site and we will have a ceremony with a local shaman. We have picnic lunch and eat along the way. From the island of the Sun we travel across to the island of the Moon before we return to Copacabana in the evening.

Friday, 10.4 we start early for the journey to Tiwanako's Temple and the Gate of the Sun. The area is PreInka and from 800 b.C to 1200 a.C. We return to Puno in the evening. We gather for a THANK YOU dinner, because the next day, our paths go in different directions!

Saturday, 10.5 is the departure by plane from Juliaca in the late morning. In Lima there will be plenty of time for lunch at the airport where there is a nice hotel next door, which has good food. In the afternoon/evening you fly home through the night back to USA where you arrive Sunday 10.6.

We are pleased to let you meet some of the best this beautiful
mountain country have of people, shamans, jungle, ceremonies,
archaeological sites, nature, animals and energies.


Karina Davalos Concha was raised in Mollepata at Salkantay (one of the sacred mountains), where her grandfather's sister was a shaman, who mostly work with children. Karina moved with her family to Cusco, where she helped her mother in selling goods to tourists. She has worked with Alberto Villoldo, Four Winds in Cusco for many years. Karina received her shamanic training from the best medicinmen and -women of Inca descendants, Don Manuel Quispe, Don Mariano Apaza, Dona Bernadina and Don Umberto which all were Kurak Akullek (highest rank). Altogether, Karina studied and worked for twentyfour years with the shamans. The last fifteen years Karina have had her own travel company, www.spiritofthecondor.com. Britt has worked with Karina for almost six years and we have a very good working relationship.

Karina Davalos




INKA regions BC 1200 to 1438 AD, Cusco and surrounding areas.
Characteristics; agriculture, regional conquest and religion.
INKA empire in 1438 AD to 1538 AD, Andian territory, all of Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia south of Columbia, northern Argentina and Chile.
Characteristics; territorial expansion, major socio-economic order, preserve nature and architectural beauty.
Their astronomical observatories were usually placed in temples, but several were on the mountain tops. Astronomers devoted all his time to observe the movements of the stars, sun and moon. They also made observations through reflections in water surface and light and shadow, roughly in their intiwatanas, as measured with precision Solstice and
The Incas had a practical spiritual life. All the usual stuff they worked with as agriculture, politics, war, medicine, art and daily activities were performed in accordance with the laws of God.
They practiced Ayni, "Today for you - tomorrow for me"!
INTI Taita - or Father Sun also called Apu Inti, was considered the most important and sacred symbol of the Inca elite.
GOD is regarded as an invisible manner and were said to have several forms.
Quechua word of God, "Apu Kontiti Illa Teqsi Pacha Yachachic Wiraqocha" translates as "Lord of power who have booked time, space, light and movement that gave rise to life through eternity."

Life comes from the practice of truth, honesty and work.
Death comes from lies, theft and laziness.
Life and death depend on us. Let us not forget.
El Paititi - a legend. It is known as the Golden City in the heart of the jungle, full of golden treasures hidden of the Incas when the Spanish army was after Machu Picchu and the Incas left the sacred place.
It is also said that the Incas living in this mysterious place has a great wisdom and that they embody the essence of the Inca people. They are also assumed to wait for the moment to come back and recover Tawantinsuyo (Inca name for the four United areas of their empire).
15. November 1533 came Spanish Francisco Pizzaro to Cusco and it was the beginning of the end of the Inca empire.
Quechua is the same language that was used by the Incas and is still spoken by millions in the Andes today. Aymara is spoken in the high plateaus of Peru, Bolivia and Chile.
The villages in the Q'ero Nation is located approximately 4500-5000 asl.
Besides being the village medicineman or -woman, doctor and dentist, paqos grow potatoes in the mountains, corn down in the jungle and keeps llamas.

inka descendiente

Whether you want a stay in one of the sacred mountains or Q'ero Nation
after 23 days, we can arrange it for you.

You can work with our paqos in Cusco and the sacred sites around the city.
We can assist with room or apartment in Cusco and Pisaq and contacts if you want to be in Peru without a special program.
Britt will remain in Peru when the group goes home, so you will have someone you known in the area if you stay longer.

PRACTICAL details before departure

. The price includes:
All ceremonies with shamans
Domestic flights to and from Puerto Maldonado and Juliaca to Lima
The train journey to and from Machu Picchu
Private bus and boat
Entrance fees to all the places we visit as a group
Stays at nice Bed and Breakfasts and hostels - but remember Peru has not
the same standard as the U.S.
All meals in the jungle
Lunch on Lake Titicaca
Guides and Translators
Tips to everyone we work with
Karina and Britt as tour guides
The price does not include:
Airport charges in Peru, 5 USD for domestic and 30 USD for international
Healing ordered from the Q'eros or other ceremonies you arrange
yourself or we arrange for you
Lunch and dinner. When you eat out, you can expect about 10 USD per
meal. But you can eat cheaper or more expensive. There are several good
vegetarian restuarant in Pisac where you pay 12 to 15 soles for soup,
entree and dessert. An Indian in Cusco takes 15 soles for the course,
either vegetarian or with chicken or lamb! 6-7 USD.
Excursions on your own
Travel Insurance – that it is necessary to have
Flights from the United States to Peru and back home again.
We reserve the right to make minor changes in the program. The price on
the journey can be changed if there will be substantional difference in the
USDollars compared to the Peruvian soles


Please contact us on email to britt@spiritoftheglobe.com, since we are in Peru. Britt is easiest to reach by email all the time, because of traveling and training.

Typos may occur, so please contact if there is anything you feel is unclear.


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