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JANUARY 8 TO 18, 2011

Cuzco, Machu Picchu, Saqsayhuaman,

The Sacred Valley, Ollantaytambo, Killarumiyoq,

Amarumachay, Tambomachay

These are names out of legend.

Join us as we travel through the ancient lands of the Inca.

Be in sacred ceremony with the shamans of Peru.

Enjoy the deep cleansing of herbal baths.

Delight in the warmth of hot springs nestled between the mountains.

Read on for the full description

DAY 1 1/8: We fly into Lima, where we will stay overnight.

DAY 2 1/9: In the morning, we fly to Cuzco, the capital of the Incan Empire. It is said the Incan empire was built in the shape of a jaguar and that Cuzco is the head of the jaguar.

DAY 3 1/10: Today, we go to Saqsayhuaman, Amarumachay, and Tambomachay, sacred sites close to the city.

DAY 4 1/11: We leave Cuzco and go to Killarumiyoq, the Temple of the Moon. From there, we go to Ollanta, where we will stay with Doña Julia Farfan, a wonderful shaman who helps to remember joy and delight.

DAY 5 1/12: We work with Doña Julia at Ollantaytambo, the Temple of the Winds. When we return, Doña Julia will cleanse us with her medicine baths, made from herbs and plants she grows herself.

DAY 6 1/13: Leaving Doña Julia after we have given thanks to her, we travel by train to the town of Aguas Calientes, located in the Machu Picchu range. We stay at a hotel overlooking the Urubamba River.

DAY 7 1/14: Today, we go to Machu Picchu itself, where we work in sacred ceremony.

DAY 8 1/15: We spend the day in Aguas Calientes. We go to the hot springs nestled in the center of the mountains. We will have time to go to the shops and enjoy the delights of this little mountain town.

DAY 9 1/16: Before we leave Aguas Calientes to return to Cuzco, we give thanks to Machu Picchu, Wanay Picchu, the Urubamba Valley, and all who dwell here.

DAY 10 1/17: We have this day and evening in Cuzco, where we can shop and relax. In the evening, we go out for a dinner of celebration, giving thanks and delight for the journey we have just undertaken.

DAY 11 1/18: We return to Lima for our flight back to the States. We stay at Miraflores, where we can store our luggage until we go to the airport. We can go to the marketplace or just simply rest.

The cost for this journey, without airfare, is $2,200.00 (price is based on six people; if less than six people, price will increase). This includes, but not limited to, all hotel accommodations, all land and water transportation, all guides, porters, some meals, as stated, in hotels, transfers, all entry and excursion fees. Not included: airport arrival and departure taxes, all international and in-Peru air travel, tipping of guides and porters, shamans’ ceremonies, any personal expenditure, miscellaneous expenses. Due to the high cost and fluctuations of the airfare, a deposit of $1,600.00 is required. Please note that, if the air fare is less than the deposit, then the rest of the deposit will be applied to the balance of the journey cost. This deposit ensures your reservation in this journey and to purchase your airfare. Your deposit is in addition to the above price. This deposit includes all international and in-Peru air travel. Please note that the airfare is subject to price fluctuation. Please note that, by sending in your deposit right away, the chances that we will not lose the best airfare prices we can get are increased. If I do not receive your deposit very shortly, it is likely we will lose this airfare price and the cost will have to go up. Itinerary is subject to change depending on weather, festivities, etc.. You will receive a packing list and pre-departure information upon receipt of your registration and deposit. Please be sure that your passport is up to date and, if it is not or you don’t have one, I suggest that you get it updated or apply for one now. You will get your visa upon arrival in Lima.

By sending in your deposit, you have accepted the invitation that Peru has sent you.

That manifests the clear path to Peru and helps to

remove all obstacles out of your way.

To register, contact me at 732-533-7276 or e-mail me at

Fran Russo of Ayllusuyu is a shaman/curandera working in the tradition of the Peruvian shamans. Fran has been given rites of passage through initiation into the ways of the Inca, North Coast, and jungle shamans and is considered to be a bridge for the Ancient Ones of Light. She is committed, as her Life’s work, to helping and guiding others in finding and following the natural flow of their paths. Working in the ancient traditions for many years, Fran helps others to energetically release and transform self into the strength of true self, spinning joy into life.

Fran is the author of Through The Eyes of Jaguar: One Woman’s Journey, available for purchase on her web site: as well as on,, and

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