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KAWSAYPAQ E.I.R.L is our local business that is composed of
Pisac Inn ~ Cuchara de Palo restaurant ~ Peru Cultural Journeys

Pisac Inn is a local, family owned business, run by a committed and experienced staff with the vision of celebrating the warmth and beauty of the ancient living culture of the Andes.

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Cuchara de Palo is inspired by the beautiful array of native Andean produce, and our cuisine is a celebration of this ancient agrarian tradition. We believe that through food one can experience the culture.

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Peru Cultural Journeys is wholeheartedly committed to ecological, responsible and conscience travel, deeply rooted in respect for the local land, the people and their traditions.

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The phrase Kawsaypaq is a Quechua expression that translates “to life”! It is used before sharing drink in rituals and daily life, like a toast in honor of life.


Blog

  • About Pisac By / 10th October, 2015

    Pisac is a small town nestled in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, just 45 minutes outside of Cusco.

    About Cusco By / 30th April, 2015

    Welcome to Cusco!

    Cusco means “the navel of the world” in our ancestral language Quechua, or Runasimi.

  • About Peru By / 30th April, 2015

    History and Politics – There were several prominent Andean cultures in Ancient Peru; Mochica, and Chimu in the north, Tiahuanaco, Wari and Paracas i

    Sacred Valley of the Incas By / 30th April, 2015

    The Sacred Valley of the Incas is a stunning and historic valley that was inhabited by the Runas, human beings in Quechua, of the *Tahuantinsuyo (Inca

  • Useful Links By / 30th April, 2015

    Below are a list or resources that provide extra information when traveling through Peru.

    Directions: How to Get to Pisac From Surrounding Cities By / 21st November, 2015

    How to get to Pisac:
    From Cusco:

    Download Printable Directions:

    45 minutes, 28 km on a two-way, paved road with spectacular views of the Andes and

  • Directions: How to Get From Pisac to Surrounding Cities By / 21st November, 2015

    How to get from Pisac:
    To Cusco:
    45 minutes, 28 km on a two-way, paved road with spectacular views of the Andes and Sacred Valley, be prepared for win



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