New Date — April 8-16, 2013
Kundalini Yoga Retreat in Cusco, Peru
Come to Sit in the Lap of he Universe with Gurutej Kaur
from: April 8-16, 2013
8 DAYS TO EXPERIENCE YOURSELF
We will visit Sacred Valley, Pumamarca, Ollaytamtambo, Pisaq, Maras, Moray and Machu Picchu
Our 8-day program will allow us to travel to sacred places, which are of archaeological importance but at the same time serve to ask for health, spiritual growth, love and prosperity. Get to the end of your life having no regrets. Having done what you came here to do embracing vastness at every chance. Wishes and dreams are notifications of your intuition pushing you to experience the vastness of creator in new ways. Fulfill your longings for this now. Today is the day that you decide to take the leap or play safe. The leap offers you the connection you long for. Is this the day to say yes to a dream fulfilled? You make the leap into the vastness of you by your choices. Chose vast options and options with vastness embedded.
This will be amazing!
Spiritual leading and guidance by Gurutej Kaur
All programs, ceremonies, excursions, entrance fees and tours outlined in the itinerary
Private Bilingual guide services
Breakfast & Dinner Included (Vegetarian Diet)
8 Nights Double accommodation (3 Stars Superior)
Expedition train tickets: Ollantaytambo/Machu Picchu/Ollantaytambo
Bus tickets in Machu Picchu
Transportation to Puno/Islands/Juliaca
These are just highlights.., make sure to download the itinerary there is so much more.
For Single Occupancy additional $500.
Refunding information just in case.
Until Jan 30th 70% will be refunded
From Jan 30th to Feb 15th 50% will be refunded
From Feb 15th to March 7th 25% refund and after that no refund
All Cancellations are based on a provable personal or family situation that is dire. Thank you for understanding this policy and knowing we will abide by it.
Packing List for Peru
For the most part, Cusco is dry year round except for the rainy season occurring in December, January, February, and March. The sun is very strong due to the close proximity to the equator and high elevation. On sunny days, expect to wear shorts and t-shirts. Once the sun goes down, it cools off considerably getting into the 40s. Also, the dress in and around Cusco is casual, so sports coats are not necessary.
-Daypack: while we are traveling during the day, it is helpful to have a pack hand with raingear, an extra layer, camera, and anything else you may need during the day, as your larger luggage may be packed away or in the hotel.
Shirts: Both long and short sleeved. Synthetic shirts tend to dry easier and are more breathable.
Jacket: Something warm and comfortable for the nights. Fleece or Down work great!
Trousers: Synthetic pants are great for walking around, shorts for the hot days, style points will be awarded for zipper pants/shorts. Fleece pants might come in handy in the nights as well.
Headwear: Sun hat with wide brim, similar to Gilligan’s. Bandanna-helps to keep sun off neck.
Foul Weather Gear: Gore-Tex rain/wind parka and pants.
Footwear: Comfortable shoes to wear around town. Hiking boots for hiking in and around Manchu Picchu.
Other Clothing Items: Socks, underwear, and casual clothes for dinner.
Nalgene water bottle | Toiletry Kit | Moisturizing Lotion | Sunglasses | Sunscreen and Lip protection | Purell hand sanitizer/towelettes | Money belt or pouch | Medications/extra set of glasses/contacts
Optional Travel Accessories:
Camera and film | Small flashlight/headlamp | Binoculars | Reading and writing material
Below are a few books that we recommend you..
Johan Reinhard, Machupicchu the sacred Center. Bingham Alfred, Portrait of an explorer Hernando de Soto, El otro Sendero Peter Frost, Exploring Cusco