We travel for 1 hour to Patabamba community, which will be waiting to give us the friendly welcome. But before we stop for a moment on the lookout to take photos Qorao the Sacred Valley.
The route of Chicha de Jora, Huayoccari community in half a day.
An hour from the city of Cusco there are people who plant potatoes and quinoa, weaving looms mysterious iconography, herds of llamas graze in fields surrounded melancholy gaps, cooking with products that are a rarity in the western world, and decide their future community.
Huayllafara, cultural interpretation center (5 min.) Where Huayllafara community receive visitors between music and beautiful native flowers as well as a "tinka" or symbolic blessing to mother earth to thank you for this new day and power sharing between siblings of different cultures.
We go the market and together the guide will know the various products in the region of Cusco. After we will make the necessary purchases for the preparation of a typical dish of Peru. We also bring you the recipe by written with the dosing.
The Huatia is the process by which gets cook wearing only pieces of dry earth, then making with them a small structure like a very little cabin of earth and then put fire inside the structure and heats until it is red hot.
In this tour you can enjoy various forms of preparation and presentation of a kitchen that uses generous biodiversity of an equatorial Andes. Among the most notable dishes stand out: Chaufa quinoa, stuffed trout, winding cuy, cuy to stick saute of vegetables and others.
Tour of the Agricultural Land Yucay, explanation of traditional farming methods, hike the Inca terraces used for centuries in agriculture.
Introduction and Explanation of Andean Products, such as different types of grains and tubers. Likewise, the cuy, alpaca and other ingredients that you may include in the earth oven Pachamanca.
Achupalla , plant with thorns that give many uses: from kitchen utensils, baskets, food for their livestock, fuel wood, medicinal use, and worms that grow in the time of blooming used to prepare together with your food. Know the uses of this plant and tasted the local cuisine with local products.
Walk that connects man and the Andes and through gaps as Kinsacocha Hulchacocha, llamas and alpacas, traditional crop fields, which help us to interpret the relationship between man and walk South American camelid.
We begin this adventure knowing one of the ceremonial center: Zone X, instead of offerings and rituals to Pachamama or Mother Earth, in route can overlook Inca channels hydraulics, traditional milestones in harmony with the great diversity of flora and fauna embellish landscape.
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