Walk Through The Light
'Jump at any opportunity to travel with Erica and Trepta Tribe if they ever go back to Peru.' - Amy R
A shaman is one that can walk both worlds with ease and certainly a familiar ancientness is awakened within the moment you step foot on the powerful earth of Peru.
Our journey through sacred spaces returns to The Kingdom of the Sun with the intention of inspiring journeyers to feel that the veil between magically deep connection and daily life, isn't that thin.
Tap into the powerful spirit and majestic beauty of the Andes Mountains on this transformational trip created specifically for the heart-centered curious adventure traveler in you!
Starting our exploration in Cusco, we take in the Sacred Valley with Ancient Ruins, hike magnificent valleys, rebalance in alkalising Salt Flats, experience and participate in ancient ritual, take part in shaman-led ceremonies, explore ancient Incan temples, score artesian finds in local markets and spend two days in sacred Unesco World Heritage Site, Machu Picchu, and maybe even challenge yourself to climb to the peak!
With 4 and 5 Star accommodations to rest our heads and to treat our senses, delicious world class food to fill out bellies, you'll be submersed in the natural beauty and wonder of these mystical lands which are truly breathtaking and life inspiring. The elevated altitude will bring us closer to our higher selves and set the pace for a week of detoxing release, however you need.
Join international teacher and spirit junkie Erica Jung E-RYT with one to two daily intuitively lead yoga practices that focus on rinsing out the deeper layers and taking flight with our new and lighter selves.
This trip of a lifetime satisfies all cravings for culture, adventure, great and diverse company with daily world class yoga, colliding to take your mind, body, and spirit to the highest of heights.
“AWESOME WONDERFUL DO IT! Yes they are well planned, comfortable, professional, fun and safe. Erica took the time to help a newcomer and one with lower back pain. Amaru (Gonzalo) was FANTASTIC! He allowed us to live like a local.” Dara D