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Thursday September 24th 2020


Tour Peru’s Sacred Places of Power

The Andean Explorers Foundation
Sacred Places of Power
Peru Tour & Pilgrimage
Hosted by Sean Savoy
August 2014

This Summer travel with the experienced to breathtaking sites in  mystical Peru.
Sacred Places of Power
Peru Tour & Pilgrimage
Sign up today!   Deposits due by May 1st.
  • August 2014    For as low as $1575!
  • Begin in Historic Lima
  • Sacred Valley of the Incas
  • The magnificent lost city of Machu Picchu
  • Nasca and the Callejon de Huaylas
  • World class museums and numerous pre-Incan sites
Your Host  is  Sean Savoy, 41, president of the Andean Explorers.Sean Savoy , who is half-Peruvian and was named by MEN’S JOURNAL as one of the leading explorers of the Generation EX, has worked in the jungles and highlands of Peru since the age of 15 participating in and leading many  field expeditions and cultural tours in  Peru.

Hello Fellow Adventurer,You are invited to join Sean as he visits some of the earth’s most magnificent and awe-inspiring locations, shedding new light on the Andean Explorers’ work in Peru for over half a century.INCLUDED: High class accommodations, guided tours, personal and educational talks, participation in filming, and invitations to attend
presentations on site and with specialists at Peruvian institutions.nazca lines - bird 2

PRE-TOUR OPTION*: Mysteries of Nazca.
Lima – Paracas – Nazca – Ballestas Isles
August 2 – August 6    (4 days / 5 nights).
MAIN TOUR: Inca Legacy.
Lima – Cusco – Sacred Valley – Inca Trail 

Machu Picchu/Huayna Picchu
August 6 – August 13 ( 7 days / 7 nights).
Lima-de-noche1-1024x496Peru Mountain mist 2POST-TOUR SUPPLEMENT*: Andes Pilgrimage.
Lima – Huaraz – Yungay – Chavin de Huantar
August 13 – August 17 (4 days / 4 nights). Huaraz_0191Huaraz_Yungay


15 days / 15 nights (not including int’l. travel days) – All of the above.

For more details about this exciting trip visit the Tour Host’s website, Sean Savoy.


MAIN TOUR: Inca Legacy.
Lima – Cusco – Sacred Valley – Inca Trail – Machu Picchu
August 6 – August 13 ( 7 days / 7 nights).
Cost: $3200
Note: Continue from Pre-tour (see below) or arrive in Lima night of Aug 6. First overnight in Hotel Estelar, Lima-Miraflores. Land tour begins Aug. 7.

Cusco, Peru

Cusco, ancient capital of the Incas.

The early morning finds you at Lima’s Jorge Chavez International Airport for transport to the ancient Inca capital city of Cusco. Start your Inca tour by visiting Awanakancha, a living  museum of Andean camelids (llamas, alpacas, vicuñas). Then, visit the famous Pisac market as you travel through the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Spend a morning at the community of Huilloc where ancient Inca customs are still alive. You will also visit a rural school. (Small school supplies will be welcomed as a donation!) Participate in the Kusi Runa, as you experience how the Andean men (“runa”) live their daily agricultural life, wearing the typical Huilloc poncho and using traditional tools. The activity ends with a spiritual moment expressed through local dance and music. Then, enjoy a delicious home-cooked Andean lunch with local products harvested in traditional and sustainable ways. Later, visit the ancient ruins of Ollantaytambo.

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu

As the Sacred Valley tour continues, you will board the Vistadome train to the base of Machu Picchu, the “Lost City of the Incas,” for the trip up to the ancient citadel by bus. Return to Machu Picchu the next day by bus for sunrise and to tour the entire city. On the way back to Cusco you will be able to visit the spectacular ruined fortress of Sacsayhuaman and the vestiges of Puka Pukara, Tambomachay and Qenquo. A day spent in Cusco itself will complete this portion of the tour. Visit the Coricancha (“Temple of the Sun”), the main plaza, and enjoy a relaxing final evening at the El Mercado Tunqui Hotel.

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Lima’s main plaza at night.

Upon return to Lima, visit the breathtaking Gold Museum and enjoy some last-minute shopping before your international flight that evening, or continue on the the Post-Tour.

PRE-TOUR: Mysteries of Nazca.
Lima – Paracas – Nazca – Ballestas Islands
August 2 – August 6 (4 days / 5 nights)
Cost: $2000
Note: Arrive Peru night of Aug. 2. First overnight in Hotel Estelar, Lima-Miraflores. Land tour begins Aug 3.



Experience the bustling capital of Lima, known as “The City of Kings.” See the Presidential Palace and the Lima Cathedral.  Enjoy lunch at a vice-regal mansion, and visit the Museum of Anthropology and Archaeology in Lima’s old district of Pueblo Libre.


Huacachina, Oasis of the Americas

Four hours south of Lima in the wine country of Ica, see Huacachina, the famous Oasis of the Americas.

Then, face one of the world’s great mysteries as you fly over the Nazca Lines etched by this pre-Inca civilization on the arid planes of one of the driest deserts in the world.

Nazca Lines

The famous hummingbird (colibri) design, Nazca, Peru.

Later, sail to the Ballestas Islands, home to a large population of sea lions and penguins. Then, back to Lima to enjoy some of the world’s greatest cuisine, “la comida criolla,” and a rich array of folkloric music at La Dama Juana in Lima’s artistic district of Barranco.

POST-TOUR: Andes Pilgrimage.
Lima – Huaraz – Yungay – Chavin de Huantar
August 12 – August 17 (4 days / 5 nights)
Cost: $1575. (Pachacamac excursion, add $175).
Note: Continue from Main Tour (see above) or arrive in Lima night of Aug. 12. First overnight Hotel Estelar, Lima-Miraflores. Land tour begins Aug 13.

Mt. Huascaran, Peru

Mt. Huascaran, Peru’s highest peak.

Start the Andes Pilgrimage with a short morning flight to find yourself in the central Andes. Beginning in Huaraz, the capital city of Ancash province, you will drive along the breathtaking Callejon de Huaylas watered by the Santa River below Peru’s majestic Mt. Huascaran, the country’s highest snow peak.

On the way through the valley, visit the picturesque towns of Carhuaz, Caraz, Recuay and the national shrine of Yungay, where, it is said, the “Christ Child of the Andes” lived and walked before perishing in the avalanche of 1962. A later avalanche of 1970 sealed the town as a memorial for all time. Spend the day walking and reflecting on the messages of The Child.

Chavin de Huantar

Chavin de Huantar

Then, traverse the Cordillera Blanca to visit Chavin de Huantar (1300 to 1400 BCE), one of South America’s oldest and most advanced cultures. Chavin’s monumental granite pyramids and ceremonial plazas are linked by colossal carved stone staircases and platforms. Chavin de Huantar has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This Andean Pilgrimage concludes with a journey to Lake Llanguanuco in the heart of the Huascaran Biosphere Reserve. Once back in Lima, enjoy a final day of shopping and an optional visit to the pre-Inca temple of Pachacamac outside the City of Kings before taking your international flight that evening.



15 days / 15 nights (not including int’l. travel days) – All of the above. Cost: Only $6475
(Add on $175 for Pachacamac excursion.)


Map of Peru

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NOTES:  Your tour may begin with the Pre-Tour or with the Main Tour. Post-Tour may be added to the  Pre-Tour + Main Tour or to the Main Tour. Prices include domestic airfare and land transportation within Peru.

Prices do not include international air to and from Peru or domestic travel within country of origin. Breakfast is included every day. Several lunches and dinners included, expert guides and additional personalized cultural talks and information by the the Tour Director.

See reservation form for full information and details on cancellation policies.

Tel: (775) 348-1818
Toll Free: (877) 423-3672
Fax: (775) 332-3086

Tel: (775) 348-1818
Toll Free: (877) 423-3672

Email: [email protected]


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