An exploration of our planet’s most mystical historical site high in the Peruvian Andes
High in the Andes resides a destination so mysterious that it lay in hiding for hundreds of years. Machu Picchu – the Lost City of the Incas – originated in the 15th century, built as a massive stone citadel. Now partially uncovered, those who delve into its history are provided a spiritual encounter like none other on the planet. On our Peru journey, we’ll explore the historic colonial city of Cusco then head into the Sacred Valley, walking the traditional trails that line the slopes of some of South America’s most impressive mountains. Morning yoga and mindfulness complement our local activities, and evening meetings build the all-important recovery community that accompanies us on our journey.
July 15-22 Limited Space
Private departures for families, friends & recovery groups available. Call for details.
High in the Andes, our lodgings enhance the experience, providing peace, authenticity and a sense of place.
Accommodations, services of local guides and lodge staff, services of the group facilitator, all meals from dinner on Day 1 through breakfast on the final day, airport transfers on Day 1 and final day, all activities and entrance fees, all taxes, permits, and service fees.
Travel to the starting point of your trip, gratuities, passport and visa fees (if any), optional activities, items of a personal nature (phone calls, laundry, and internet, etc.), airline baggage fees, airport and departure taxes (if any), optional travel protection insurance.
Our trips are specifically designed for sober travelers, and they include the services of a sober travel facilitator who runs meetings as well as meditation and yoga activities. All activities are optional, but they are designed to create community amongst like-minded people.
To participate in this adventure, you must arrive in Cusco, Peru, by mid-afternoon on Day 1 of your trip. However, we highly recommend arriving a day early to ensure you avoid airline delays. For those arriving a day early, the Abittare Hotel is our accommodations in Cusco on Day 1 and can be booked directly for additional nights prior to your trip. You are free to depart at noon or later on the final day.
Activities on our adventures are all optional, and often include opportunities for participants to spend down time on their own or hanging out with others. After all, we are all about community. The hikes are all considered moderate or easy, though they take place at altitude.