Day 6 – Machu Picchu / Aguas Calientes

Day 6:  Machu Picchu

(Friday, June 29)

Take the early morning bus for a 20-minute ride up the mountain to the entrance of Machu Picchu.

Guided tour and rituals with Kucho – the Shaman of Machu Picchu.

Remainder of the day at leisure – stay on Machu Picchu or take the bus to Aguas Calientes.

Get your passport stamped with Machu Picchu stamp!

Dinner on your own – (optional) visit to the thermal springs.

Overnight at Intawasi.

(OPTIONAL Overnight Ayahuasca Ceremony led by Shaman Kucho!  You will need to skip dinner if you are participating in the ceremony)

Sleeping bag hire will be available for around $10.  The cost is $210 payable to Kucho.


Magic in Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu is one of the 7 wonders of the World and home of the ancient Inca civilization.  Known as “the lost city”, Machu Picchu is a strong energy vortex.  Visiting this mysteriously beautiful place has been a transformational experience for many travelers.

Your vibrations and frequency will begin to match the surrounding energy. Machu Picchu is one of the most spiritually aligning places to visit because it opens and resonates with all the Chakras.

It is important to remember that much of what is commonly known about Machu Picchu comes from traditional educational models and that much of the magic and the mystery would be unknown.  We are so fortunate to be visiting with Kucho – an Inca Shaman who will tell us about the real nature of the place and show us the power and ceremonial places.

Everything…. EVERYTHING has a purpose there.  Every rock, stone and structure.  According to Kucho in Machu Picchu “Nothing is for nothing…”

In Aguas Calientes – Thermal Baths are located at the edge of town that are thermo-medicinal waters, surrounded by a beautiful landscape of mountains.


One of the best sacred site travelers and photographers Martin Gray also has some stunning photographs at the link below:

Aya Plant Medicine