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Mystic Walk


  • Museo Pachamama
  • Plaza de Armas
  • Calle Loreto
  • Qoricancha
  • Romeritos Street
  • Puma Qurqo Street
  • Inca Roca Street
  • Calle Hatun Rumioc
  • Calle Choquechaca
  • La Huaca Sapantiana
  • Calle 7 culebras
  • Qenqo chico


The tour starts at the ¨MUSEO PACHAMAMA¨, located at the main square of Cusco. The MUSEO PACHAMAMA has an exhibition of 250 indigenous plants of which you will learn about their history, uses and preparations for natural medicines.                                                                                         The second place you will be visiting is the Plaza de Armas of Cusco (main square). Our tourist guides will tell you about the history of Cusco before and after the arrival of the Spanish conquerors.                             Thereafter, you will be walking through street Loreto, where you can appreciate a women’s school called Accllahuasi from the Inca era. Street Romeritos, the next stop of the tour, is the place where Inca Pachacutec and his royal family lived. Subsequently, you will be guided through street Puma Qurqo where you will be told about the cougar column that the street represents. Afterwards, you will walk through the Inca Roca street where you can appreciate the big Inca walls with explanation of the techniques used for its constructions. At the end of the street you will arrive at the most important temple of the Inca Empire, the Qoricancha or, Temple of the Sun.                                                                                                                                         The tour continues by passing through the Hatun Rumioc Street where the popular stone of 12 angles can be observed. Thereafter, you will be guided through the Choquechaca Street. Finally, you will arrive to the Huaca Sanpantiana, where we you will be guided in an Inca Energy Meditation and Energy Protection Cleaning session.                                                                                                                             You can either choose to finish the tour at Huaca Sanpantiana, or continue to calle de 7 Culebras (seven snakes). Along the pedestrian passage, 14 snakes are engraved in the stones; seven on each side. For the Incas the snakes represented wisdom and the world of the dead, the Uku Pacha.                                      The last stop of the tour is at Qenqo chico, which is an energetic point and ancestral ceremonial center.


Pachamama Museum Peru

MUSEO PACHAMAMA has gastronomic Peruvian products and 250 varieties of medicinal plants. The plants are considered natural medicines that are able to heal the physical and energetic body as well as mind, spirit and soul of human beings. The main objective is to rescue, revalue, preserve and spread ancestral knowledge regarding natural medicines, spirituality and gastronomy. At the museum you will learn about the history of natural medicins, its preparation and uses transmitted from generation to generation by different cultures as part of our tradition, identity and living culture.

Plaza de Armas Cusco

During the era of the Incas, the main square had 4 names: Waqaypata (crying square), Cusipata (joy square), Wajaypata (meeting place) and Auqaypata (over the defeated). At the main square, the stone of war, different sources of pure water and healing water could be found. The healing water used to be carried by a golden gutter to the Qoricancha, where the water was drunk by pregnant women. The important events of the whole empire were held at the Plaza de Armas. Back in time, the Plaza de Armas was a single square that was linked to the Regocijo square and the San Francisco square. Around it lived the royalty, the priesthood and other elite of the empire.

Streel Loreto

In this particular street we can find the Amaru Cancha or, house of the snake, which used to be the women’s school called Accllahuasi. In the enclosure lived the virgins of the sun and the most beautiful women of the empire.


Qoricancha or, Temple of the Sun, is the most important religious center of the Inca period. Gratitude towards nature can be appreciated through architecture and construction of spaces in honor of its main deities. It currently houses the convent of Santo Domingo, symbol of cultural syncretism.

Romeritos Street

In this street lived Inca Pachacutec with his royal family.

Puma Qurqo Street

Represents the cougar column.

Inca Roca Street

Here, you can appreciate the big Inca walls with explanation of the techniques used for its constructions.

Hatunrumiyoc Street

This street is well known for the peculiar stone of 12 angles and the images of felines that can be observed in its construction.

Choquechaca Street

This street symbolizes the back of the cougar. The street runs along river Choquechaca.


The Huaca Sapantiana is a ceremonial center and an important energy point of Cusco. In this magical place you will be guided with through Inca Energy Meditation which will allow you to connect with your inner self and your essence.

Seven snakes

In the street seven snakes you will be able to appreciate 7 snakes carved in the Inca walls. For the Incas the serpents represented wisdom and the world of the dead, the Uku Pacha.

Qenqo chico

Quenqo chico means labyrinth. It is an energetic point and ancestral ceremonial center that is connected to the cosmos. At the center, solar mirrors and various stone carvings can be appreciated.

It includes :

The tour includes

  • Professional bilingual guide;
  • Water resistant ponchos;
  • Medicinal infusions;
  • Pink quartz for self-esteem;
  • Huairuro for protection and good luck.

Does not include

Additional purchases are not included.

Tour Recommendations

Bring water, sun block, coat, trekking shoes.


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