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. We aim to encourage our guests to disconnect and immerse themselves in this distinct reality.
Coco and Roman Vizcarra, brothers from Peru, traveled and lived in Europe for many years. Together with their wives, Barbara from Germany and Fielding from the States, they opened the hotel in 1993.
Roman and Fielding live full time in Peru, and are dedicated to promoting the Kusi Kawsay Andean School and other cultural projects through Pachamama’s Path. They offer authentic trips based out of Pisac Inn through their travel company Peru Cultural Journeys. To read more about their story, click here.
Coco and Barbara live part time in Germany and part time in Peru. They promote cultural projects through Intipunku, and operate their German travel company Inkareisen, offering unique travel packets highlighting the heart of the Andes, as well as other important destinations in Peru and South America.
A Special Destination
Many guests prefer staying several nights, using the inn as a home base from which to explore the area. Pisac itself offers much to see and do, and the sites of Cusco, the Sacred Valley and even Machu Picchu, are readily accessible as day trips. You can explore on your own, or we can connect you to local guides and local taxis upon arrival. If you like the idea of indulging in an all inclusive cultural immersion with each detail carefully planned and taken care of, allowing you to simply delve into the profound Andean land, people and culture, please consider our Authentic Andean Journey, a signature trip by Peru Cultural Journeys based out of Pisac Inn. Our specialist guides, personalized attention and insider’s indigenous version will open doors to a world you would not otherwise see.
We also offer variations on the Authentic Andean theme, in a series of special interest trips. These special interest trips take the cultural immersion into experiential depths, with hands on participation in events such as cooking, weaving, music and astronomical observations.
Pisac Inn serves as a local meeting place that promotes several cultural projects. You may happen upon a spontaneous authentic music presentation, or hear about the Kusi Kawsay Andean School. Many guests share this vision of celebrating, promoting and honoring the traditional way of life of the Andes. We invite you to be a part of this commitment.