Costs and Expenses

Shamanic Journey to Peru

Please contact host for costs of your transformational adventure.

What is Included:

* All trip organization and private guides at sites

* Airport transfers to and from Cusco Airport to Casa de la Gringa

* Private transport for all group activities

* 04 Nights at Casa de la Gringa in double room

* 04 Nights at the Mountain House Retreat

* 01 Night at Munay Punku a Lodge in Ollantaytambo

* 02 Nights at Intawasi hostel in Aguas Callientes

* 03 San Pedro Ceremonies

* Tour to Sacsayhuaman and Cusco sacred sites

* Tour  Moray, Maras,  Pachar and Ollantaytambo

* Round trip train tickets from Ollantaytambo to Machu Picchu

* Entrance fees for all the sites that we visit on the program

* 01 Despacho ceremony

* Lunch and dinner on San Pedro ceremony days

* All breakfasts

* Dinner Day 5 – Intiwasi Hostel in Aguas Calientes

* Dinner Day 7 – at Mountain House Retreat

* Dinners – at Mountain House Retreat

* Farewell dinner in Tunupa Restaurant

* Guided tour with Kucho – the Shaman of Machu Picchu

** NOTE **  Price is based on double occupancy per room.  If you want to have a single room – the supplement will be $300

What is Not Included:

* International air flights

* Meals not included above

* Expenses for wire transfer

* Cocoa leaf readings

* Optional Aya Ceremony

* Personal treats like spa treatments, souvenirs, etc

Payment schedule:

Half deposit by May 8

Full payment will be collected upon arrival in Cusco.  Please bring the appropriate amount in US currency


Food:  In an effort to combine group energy with your own integration and free time – there will be approximately 7 lunches and 5 dinners that will be on your own.  While the prices can vary widely depending on your restaurant choice – the food remains very inexpensive for the budget conscious.  Expect to pay approx $5 for a good lunch and $5- $10 for dinner depending on how much you like to splurge and the quality of the restaurant you choose.

Alcohol:  The wine in Peru tends to be pricey and not very good.  Beer runs about $1 – $2 dollars and the local drink called Pisco (Pisco Sours are very popular and  run a few dollars depending on the restaurant that is serving.  A complimentary glass is offered at many restaurants.)  If you feel the need to have wine it may be best to bring your own.  You are allowed to bring up to 3 liters of alcohol into Peru.

Shopping:  This budget is entirely up to you!  🙂

Finding Flights:

We will be shopping for flights and will find the best deals that we can.  For those that would like to travel with us or as a group we will let you know those flights.  If you would like to find other flights or are staying longer there are resources below.

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