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June 16 - 29, 2020

Walk the path of the Shaman with Jorge Luis Delgado
From the History Channel’s “Ancient Aliens” and Author of "Andean Awakening"

  • Enjoy 3 days in Machu Picchu for ceremony and your own personal reflection time

  • Explore the Sacred Valley, including our stay at a fabulous 5 star hotel directly on the Urubamba River

  • Meditate at the mystical temples and altars on the shores of Lake Titicaca
  • Travel by boat to the Island of Amantani, and stay overnight in the home of a local family

  • Visit Uros, floating reed islands in Lake Titicaca

  • Explore enigmatic Sacsayhuaman outside of Cusco
  • Experience Urco and Pisac, ancient sacred ceremonial sites of the Inca

  • Feel the energies at the altars of Kenko and Aymara
  • Visit Ollantaytambo, power place of the Llama and Puma

  • Experience Aramu Muru, the inter-dimensional gateway

  • Do ceremony at Sillustani, a temple of the forerunners to the Inca, where mummies have been discovered (is there a link to ancient Egypt?)
  • Experience the teachings of shaman and guide, Jorge Luis Delgado, one of the most important teachers of this age and author of "Andean Awakening"

  • Special ceremonies and meditations throughout the journey

  • Connect with other like-minded adventurers
  • Walk the path of the Shaman with Jorge Luis Delgado (from the History Channel’s “Ancient Aliens”)
  • Enjoy 3 full days in Machu Picchu for ceremony and your own personal reflection time
  • Experience the teachings of shaman and guide, Jorge Luis Delgado, one of the most important teachers of our time and author of Andean Awakening
  • Meditate at the mystical temples and altars on the shores of Lake Titicaca
  • Travel by boat on Lake Titicaca to the Island of Amantani, and stay overnight in the home of a local family
  • Visit Uros, floating reed islands on Lake Titicaca
  • 4 days in Cusco & the Sacred Valley
  • Feel the energies at the altars of Kenko and Aymara
  • Visit Ollantaytambo, power place of the Llama and Puma
  • Experience Aramu Muru… the inter-dimensional gateway
  • Participate in ceremony at Sillustani, a temple of the forerunners to the Inca Culture
  • Special ceremonies and meditations throughout the journey
  • Connect with other like-minded adventurers

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“On a scale of 1 to 10, everything about the Peru trip was a 10! Everything was even more than I expected! It is the trip of a lifetime... My life feels richer, my thoughts feel wiser and my intentions are more clear to me. Debra, what a pure gift you and Jorge have given through this Peru trip!”

~ Debra Hicks

Author, Shaman & Peruvian Guide Jorge Luis Delgado
is an internationally recognized teacher of Inca spirituality and a modern Inca chacaruna, a bridge person, who assists people in connecting to their spiritual self within their own traditions. Jorge Luis has been featured as a recognized authority on Inca philosophy and traditions for many years and has been featured on nine episodes of the History Channel’s series, “Ancient Aliens”  as well as the BBC documentary “Everyman”. He has represented the Inca Nation in international gatherings of North, Central and South American elders and has collaborated with Don Miguel Ruiz (the author of “The Four Agreements”). He is with us throughout this amazing journey, teaching us the ways of the shaman and performing the powerful Inca ceremonies that are part of his native tradition. Jorge's presence and teachings add an element that you won't find on any other tour of Peru. 

In his book, Andean Awakening: An Inca Guide to Mystical Peru, Jorge opens the door to his mystical homeland as he describes his own journey of awakening. You will want to read his book as you plan and prepare for this journey. 

Debra Stangl, founder of Sedona Soul Adventures, has assisted thousands of seekers with their spiritual transformations. Her special passion is Sacred Travel, taking groups of people to experience the incredible energies of power spots around the world, in particular Egypt, Bali and Peru. After traveling to Peru for the first time in 2004, Debra began organizing the first of Sedona Soul Adventures’ annual pilgrimages to this mystical land. Ceremonies here, especially in Machu Picchu and on the island of Amantini, have been life changing for her.

Jorge and Debra helped guide me through spiritual healing that has been needed to free my mind and spirit from past resentments, fears and pain. My family has made comments about how happy I seem. I really am - I feel happier! I look forward to taking what I've learned on this trip from not only Debra and Jorge, but also from the others in our group. I formed friendships during this trip that I know will last a very long time. All of the ceremonies were beautiful and enlightening. I most definitely give every aspect of this trip a 10!" 

- Stephanie Springel

Frequently Asked Questions

As soon as you place your deposit, we’ll send you my 20-page “Travel Tips for Peru,” which I’ve produced over the years. It answers every question you might have about Peru (indexed by topic so you can find answers very quickly), but here are some of the basics you will want to know. - Debra

Do I need a passport?

You will need a passport that is valid for 6 months after the end of your trip (December 30, 2019). You will need at least 2 empty pages in your passport.

Do I need a Visa?

If you have you an American or Canadian passport, you do not need a visa. If you have a passport from another country, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can make the necessary arrangements.

Do I Need any Vaccinations?

None needed.

Is this a physically demanding trip?

Yes. We will be walking every day with lots of walking up and down hills at high altitudes (9,000-12,000 ft). There are places where we will be walking up and down many steps. However, we start the trip in the Sacred Valley so that you will have 3 full days to acclimate to the altitude.

What’s the weather like? What kind of clothes should I bring?

Weather will be warm during the days (60-80F) and cool at night (40F). It will be cold on Amantani (35F).

Clothing is very, very casual – Jeans, t-shirts and layers, including a jacket and perhaps a rain poncho for Machu Picchu. Long pants, not shorts, as you will want to be covered for walking. Good walking shoes and hat. 

How is the food?

Food in Peru is very good, lots of chicken and fish and fantastic fresh vegetables everywhere we go. Vegetarian meals can be arranged for you upon request.

ATMs are available everywhere we go.

Wifi is available in all the hotels. There is sometimes a small fee, but most often it is free.

Do You Have More Questions?

If you have any questions and would like to speak with your Tour Leader, Debra Stangl, please call Debra toll-free at (877) 204-3664.
For our friends outside the US and Canada, call our direct line, (928) 204-5988.

You can also reach Debra by email at: 
[email protected]

Or Click below and Debra will call you - she loves talking about Peru!

Day 1: Arrive in Lima

Depart from your home for Lima, Peru. Plan your flight to arrive in Lima, Peru by 3:00 p.m. or after. Upon arrival at Lima Airport, you will go across the street (literally) to Costa del Sol Hotel (which must have amazing insulation, because you won’t hear the planes!). We will gather the next morning after breakfast for our flight to Cusco.
Overnight in Lima - Hotel Costa Del Sol

Day 2: Fly to Cusco, travel to the Sacred Valley

After breakfast, we will walk across the street to the Lima airport to catch a morning flight to Cusco. We will then drive to the Sacred Valley. We'll be in the Sacred Valley for the next two days so that we have time to acclimate to the altitude. On the way, we'll visit Chinchero, the center of weaving in Peru. We will watch women in traditional costume spinning and weaving the beautiful Peruvian wool and alpaca. And then it's on to our beautiful 5 star hotel in Urubamba.

Taypikala Valle Sagrado Hotel (Breakfast and Dinner included)

Day 3: ​Urco & Pisac

Today, we will have a beautiful bus ride through the Sacred Valley to visit Pisac. This important Incan road once snaked its way up the canyon that enters the Urubamba Valley at Pisac. Set high above a valley floor, the stonework and panoramas at Pisac are magnificent. Terraces, aqueducts and steps have been cut from solid rock in the upper sector of the ruins.

In Urco, the place of the snake, we will participate in a Chicha Ceremony. This is a place of power where Coca leaves are used to send love and thanks to the Apus (spirits of the mountain) and to Pachamama (Mother Earth).

In the afternoon we will go to the village for lunch and shopping at the festive village market.

Taypikala Valle Sagrado Hotel (Breakfast and dinner included)

Day 4: Machu Picchu

This is what we’ve been waiting for. After breakfast, we will board the train for Machu Picchu and travel a beautiful and scenic route to Aguas Calientes, the town which lies at the foot of the sacred city of Machu Picchu. We will then gather to go to the site.

For centuries Machu Picchu was forgotten by the outside world, and it was thought by some to have never existed, like a sort of “Shangri La”.  Machu Picchu was brought back to international attention by Yale archaeologist Hiram Bingham who rediscovered it in 1911.

Fantastic green peaks loom up and around the ancient city above the Urubamba river below. Around 200 buildings, palaces and temples built from large and small perfectly fitted stone blocks surround the central court. The entire stone complex is considered a high voltage and magnetic focal point; every invocation made at Machu Picchu is amplified to incalculable proportions. Today we’ll spend our time connecting to the site itself. Jorge will give us an introduction you will never forget.

Starting in July, 2017, the Peruvian government which regulates Machu Picchu has changed the visitation times, so that you can visit from 6 am – noon or noon – 5:30 pm. On this day, we will be visiting in the afternoon after our train arrives.

Taypikala Machu Picchu (Breakfast and dinner included)

Day 5: Machu Picchu

Today we’ll get up early and be in Machu Picchu 6 am – noon. Jorge will lead us in ceremony. The intent of our journey at this time will be to connect with the incredible energies of Machu Picchu, the Puma, the Condor and the Light Spirits that reside here. After that, you are free to connect with Machu Picchu in whatever way will be most significant for you. You can meditate on your own and connect with the essence of the cosmic force of this place.

We will return to Aguas Calientas and you’ll have the afternoon to explore Aguas Calientas. It feels great to relax in the famous Hot Springs (“Aguas Calientas” means “hot water”) and they are just next to our hotel. By this time, a massage would be very soothing, and there are lots of places to do that. Also, there is lots of interesting shopping, especially for crystals and other sacred objects. It will also be a perfect time to simply rest and rejuvenate after all that has happened so far.

Tonight we will dine together at one of my favorite restaurants in the world, Indio Feliz, which is a French and Peruvian restaurant. The chef is French; he came to Peru and met and married his wife – they are both friends of Jorge and the food is fantastic. What a way to end this amazing day!

Taypikala Machu Picchu (Breakfast and dinner included)

Day 6: Machu Picchu

After an early breakfast, we will return again for our third and final day in Machu Picchu, from 6 am-noon, having time to truly deepen our experience. Is there a part of Machu Picchu that is calling to you? Would you like to return there and do some meditating or journalling or connecting with the energy? We’ll have time to explore together or on our own. In the afternoon, we will take the train back to Ollantaytambo Station, happy and satisfied and amazed that we have actually fulfilled our dream to experience Machu Picchu and that we have experienced it in such an incredible and cosmic way.

We return to the beautiful Taypikala Valle Sagrado, Jorge’s 5 star incredibly beautiful hotel which is right on the Urubamba River in the Sacred Valley.

Taypikala Valle Sagrado Hotel (Breakfast and dinner included)

Day 7: Sacsayhuaman

Sacsayhuaman is one of the most amazing of Inca constructions. The Quechua name means “satisfied falcon.” The rock formation is the falcon that guarded the capital of the Empire, since it was possible to overlook Cusco from the hill on which it was erected. Sacsayhuamán is usually described as a fortress because it is practically enclosed by three slopes. However, the fact that the Incas constructed a fortress in that place is considered unusual, since at the time of its construction, there were no major threats to the Empire. Anthropologists suggest the shape and location could have corresponded with other principles, such as the harmony between architecture and landscape. Current investigations are suggesting that it must have been a temple devoted to the worship of the Sun, for which both the construction and the surrounding landscape were important.

Taypikala Valle Sagrado Hotel (Breakfast and dinner included)

Day 8: Ollantaytambo: Sanctuary of the Wind

Although it is not as well-known as Machu Picchu, many people feel that the energy of Ollantaytambo is as wonderful and sacred and as important as Machu Picchu. And after we go there, I think you will agree.

Nestled at the foot of an ancient Inca site, Ollantaytambo is the most beautiful town in the Sacred Valley. The cobble stone streets and main plaza give the place an ancient feeling. The town is set higher up from the main highway, and built on uneven ground. Stone arches beautifully frame stone stairways.

When we reach Ollantaytambo, we will visit the Megalithic Temple, a place of power of the Llama and Puma; and the Pyramid of Pakaritampu. The water temples are amazing and beautiful and a perfect place for a silent meditation.

Taypikala Valle Sagrado Hotel (Breakfast and dinner included)

Day 9: Lake Titicaca

After breakfast, we fly from Cusco to Lake Titicaca, one of the most sacred places on earth.

At 12,500 feet, Lake Titicaca is the world’s highest navigable lake. It covers over 3,200 square miles and extends for a distance of 120 miles. It is 50 miles across at its widest point. In other words, it’s huge. And beautiful.

There is a legend that says at the time Lemuria was sinking, one of the seven Great Masters of Lemuria, Lord Aramu Muru, was given the mission to bring the sacred Golden Solar Disc from the Temple of Illumination to Lake Titicaca for safe keeping. 

During the time of the Incas, the Solar Disc was transferred to Cusco, and placed in the Qorikancha, the main Temple of the Sun, where it stayed until the coming of the Spanish. At that time, it was returned to Lake Titicaca and placed in the Eternal Etheric City inside the Lake. In the legend of their origin, this is the place from where the first Incas, Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo, entered the Earth. During our visit, we will participate in this legend through a ceremonial practice.

Our destination is Chucuito, which is about 20 minutes from Puno. We will be staying in Chucuito for the next few days at a beautiful hotel which is right on the lake and even has a labyrinth.

Taypikala Lago Hotel (Breakfast and dinner included)

Day 10: Uros – Floating Islands & the Island of Amantani

We will depart the hotel after breakfast and board our boat in Puno. We have a beautiful boat ride on the Lake, as we head to the island of Amantani.

Our first stop is the Uros islands and they are incredible. The Uru are an ancient people and they have “made” their islands from dried totora, a reed-like papyrus that grows in the marshy shallows of the lake. Their homes and boats and virtually everything they have are made from these reeds. We will see their famed balsas, boats formed from bundles of dried reeds lashed together and resembling the crescent-shaped papyrus craft pictured on ancient Egyptian monuments. They will show us their homes and we will be able to purchase handicrafts from the islanders. We will also do a beautiful meditation, connecting with Mamacocha, the Spirit of the Lake.

Later, when we arrive in Amantani you will be struck by the beauty and peacefulness of this place and its people. There is very little electricity, no running water, no television, no room service, although the hospitality is incomparable. The people are some of the most open-hearted and contented people you will ever meet. Hopefully, Debra’s godson, Anthony, will be there (he is now attending school on the mainland). He is so sweet!

On Amantani, we will have the rare opportunity to participate directly in a traditional healing ceremony. This magical experience is one of the most important reasons to come to Peru. At night, it almost feels like you can reach out and touch the stars.

Dinner will be prepared by the Islanders, which will give us an opportunity to better experience and understand the Andean way of life. We will overnight on the Island of Amantani as guests of one of the island families. It is very rustic, but very beautiful, an experience of a lifetime.

Overnight on Amantani as guests in the homes of local families. (Breakfast in Chucuito, lunch and dinner on Amantini included)

Day 11: Return To Puno

After breakfast we will say goodbye to our hosts. We will go to a special place on the island that is believed to be a portal through Lake Titicaca. We will then go to the beach and connect with the energy of the water. We then board our boat for the ride back to Puno. On our return, there will be free time to spend in Puno or to return to the hotel.

Taypikala Lago Hotel (Breakfast and dinner included)

Day 12: Interdimensional Gateway of Aramu Muru

After breakfast we will visit the famous Interdimensional Gateway of Lord Aramu Muru, walking by the Snake and the Puma and then to the Condor. This will be one of the most important ceremonies we will do — a special ceremony to connect with other dimensions and other worlds. This gateway was not known for many years until Jorge Luis Delgado, our Shaman and guide, saw it in a dream. He went to his elders who told him he had a sacred responsibility to find this place. You can read more about this in Jorge’s book entitled "Andean Awakening: An Inca Guide to Mystical Peru".

Taypikala Lago Hotel (Breakfast and dinner included)

Day 13: Sillustani

Today we travel to the Temple of Sillustani, a place of remarkable telluric force, located on a small plateau where it is possible to see Umayo Lake and the mountains. The Altiplano is our altar for practicing mantras, energizing chants and mandalas. In Sillustani we will work at the Temple of Fire, connecting with the Cosmic Spiral. There we will visit the Chullpas (Burial Towers) which hold the secret of reincarnation.

Taypikala Lago Hotel (Breakfast and dinner included)

Day 14: To Lima and Home

Today we say goodbye to Peru and our new friends. After breakfast, we go to the airport for our flight to Lima and connection to our return flights home (We will not arrive back in Lima until after 4:00 pm, so be sure that your flight is not scheduled to depart Lima until 7:00 pm or after – please contact our office so that we can coordinate schedules with you). As we bid goodbye to our friends, we know that the effects of this trip will be with us for years to come.

Pricing Information

Price includes 3 flights within Peru, all hotel accommodations (13 nights), Breakfast and Dinner each day, all transportation within Peru, Shaman Jorge Luis Delgado, all entrance fees, and travel insurance.

Double Occupancy – $5995 per person (two people sharing a hotel room)

Single Supplement – $950 (Your own room in the hotels)

***EARLY BIRD PRICE: $5795 per person (double occupancy) BOOK BEFORE NOVEMBER 15, 2019
After November 15 – $5995 per person (double occupancy)

Does NOT include Airfare to and from Lima.

Final Balance Due April 1, 2020.

The price includes:

  • A fully guided tour featuring author and Shaman Jorge Luis Delgado

  • 13 nights accommodations at hotels and lodges

  • Three air flights within Peru

  • All group transportation within Peru

  • Breakfast each morning (June 17 – 29)

  • Dinner each evening (June 17 – 28)

  • Meditation sessions, guided spiritual processes

  • Travel Insurance (not trip cancellation insurance)

  • All entrance fees for group excursions listed in the Detailed Itinerary

Not included:

  • International Flights
     
  • ​Optional ceremonies or readings

  • ​Lunch each day

  • ​Beverages

  • Shopping

  • ​Gratuities

  • Trip Cancellation Insurance

Risk Free Deposit* of $1000 per person reserves your place on the tour -- Your deposit is fully refundable for the next 7 days (except if the trip begins in less than 60 days). Secure your place and take that time to look at flights, make arrangements at work or with your family, etc....and ensure that no one else takes your spot!

Prices quoted above are for payment of balance by check or money order only. See below for credit card or Paypal payments.

​Regarding International Flights:

International flights from the USA to Lima, Peru are not included in this price. In this way you can fly the most direct and affordable way from your home city to/from Lima. Plan to arrive in Lima on June 16, 2020 after 3 pm. Most flights arrive in Lima in the evening. Our hotel is literally across the street from the airport. For your return flight on June 29, 2020, plan to depart after 7 pm. Most flights returning to the USA and Canada depart Lima between 9:00 pm – 2:00 am (the following day). DO NOT schedule your flight on June 29, 2020 prior to 7 pm, as we do not arrive in Lima until after 4 pm that day. Please note: If you are leaving after midnight, you will be leaving on June 30, 2020. We strongly recommend that you contact our office BEFORE booking your final flight arrangements to insure proper booking and timely arrival and departure from Peru. We are happy to assist you in coordinating with our program planning.

  • The balance of the tour price including any additional optional costs (for example, Single Supplement) is due April 1, 2020.
  • The quoted price above is for checks or money orders only. See below if paying by credit card.
  • Cancellation Policies and other Terms and Conditions: Click Here To Review
  • If you prefer to pay by check, please make your check payable to Sedona Soul Adventures and see the address below.
  • Please indicate whether or not you wish to have the Single Supplement when you send in your check or make your deposit.
  • We operate on a first come-first served basis and the tour has sold out the last 3 years. We strongly advise you make your risk-free deposit as soon as possible.


RISK-FREE DEPOSIT – $1000 per person…

Credit Card/Paypal Payments

Because our Peru travel partners do not accept credit cards, we must add on the 3% bank fee which we pay for credit cards. We recommend that you pay the balance by check or money order. We do NOT charge credit card processing fees for the $1000 initial risk free deposit; 3% credit card fees will be added to the balance when final payment is made by credit card. Risk free deposit is $1000 per person. CLICK HERE to pay your risk free deposit now by credit card.


Prices are subject to change. Significant increases in airfare or other costs not within our control may result in marginally higher prices.

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Sedona Soul Adventures
30 Kayenta Ct., Suite #4
Sedona, AZ 86336
Attn: Peru

“If you’re looking for deep and meaningful travel that connects you to other amazing people, takes you way behind the scenes and most important, creates the space for a deep dive into yourself, Debra and Sedona Soul Adventures has it down. Had I attempted to navigate my recent trip to Peru on my own, I’m confident I would have only experienced about 30% of the true magic Peru has to offer. Because the trip was so well organized and our guides, Debra and Jorge, were so knowledgeable, we experienced things every day that other travelers, lost on their own or stuffed in a tour bus, never got to see or feel. It was the trip of a lifetime and I am grateful and truly transformed.”

- Lisa Sasevich,
CEO, The Invisible Close

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