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Offering to Pachamama


Traditonal ceremony from Q’ero and the significance of the ancient concept of Pachamama is the combination of the word “Pacha”, whose sacred meaning of time and space recognizes the entire universe, the land that shelters us, and represents the wholeness of the natural world, and “mama” the Mother, the protective motherly energy which we are all protected and nourished by on this planet.

Trip Summary

  • 8:00 am: Transport from the Hote & Meet with AndeanSpirit staff.
  • 9:00 am: Introduction of the Paq’o (Maestro), conversation about the ceremonies to be performed
  • 10:00 am: Ceremony for the unification of energy with coca leaves.
  • 10:30 am: Traditional ceremony.
  • 12:00 am: Trek to archaeology center
  • 1:00 pm: Break to sharing food
  • 2:30 pm: Descend from the mountain.
  • 3:00 pm: Group photo with Paq’o
  • 3:30 pm: Return transport to Cusco hotel.

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Gratitude to Mother Earht

The Offering to the Pachamama (Mother Earth) in our worldview is an Inca wisdom or ancient cult; Pachamam gives us everything we need, she gives us her energy, protection, care, nourishing, her love is great and unconditional.

The Pachamama for Q’ero is energy, life, holy spirit, we thank it for all that we receive or have now, we respect, love, value and consecrate its existence and show gratitude through ceremonies, we are its children. At the end we transform, we give back to it in ashes such as we perfomed in ceremony.

We have an opportunity to pray to give it the strength to continue generating life in the world. We connect through the offering, we pray for everything we receive, for the people in need, for the well-being of our family, work, love, health, happiness, spirituality and personal protection among others. The Ayahuasca ceremony also aims at producing the same effects.

The offerings to the Pachamama are prepared by wise Master Paq’o or Andean healers, known in Peru as Children of the Light . They also heal unknown diseases and free the sick from all harm and negative energy, it is a very ancient and transcendental Inca wisdom that we knew how to preserve, now we share it with you.



The ceremonies can be performed in different mountains and some archeological centers allowed, which is more flexibility in the itinerary, the service can be depending on booking availability, and at an additional rate.

What to Bring

  • A good pair of hiking boots or walking shoes.
  • Poncho for those downpours
  • A warm jacket
  • Good quality sunscreen and a sunhat
  • Bring clothes that you can layer
  • A water bottle
  • A hat, scarf and gloves
  • Camera

Pricing List

Description Price per person
Offering to Pachamama, 90 minutes, at the near Plaza de Armas, Cusco. $ USD 100.00 Inquire Now
Offering to Pachamama, 1:30 hour, service online via zoom. $ USD 100.00 Inquire Now
Offering to Pachamama, from 8am to  3:30 pm, outside Cusco: Pachatusan, Mamasimona, others. $ USD 250.00 Inquire Now


Considering the universal relationship we have with everything around us, it is important to make such offerings in a responsible, loving and conscience way, as we also strive each and every day to keep balance in the natural, social and spiritual systems of our existence. This is necessary in order to avoid imbalances which are often caused by our unconscious and detremental acts towards the planet, and the lack of reciprocity which we show to the very world which sustains and protects us.

Faqs Offering to Pachamama

What is Cusco?

Cusco is a city located in southeastern Peru and was the capital of the Inca Empire. It is a popular tourist destination due to its rich history and cultural heritage, as well as its proximity to Machu Picchu.

How do I get to Cusco?

The most common way to get to Cusco is by air, with flights available from Lima and other cities in Peru. It is also possible to get to Cusco by bus from major cities in the region.

What is the best time to visit Cusco?

The best time to visit Cusco is from June to September, during the dry season. However, it is possible to visit the city at any time of year, as it has a temperate climate.

What are the must-see tourist attractions in Cusco?

Some of the must-see tourist attractions in Cusco include the Cathedral of Cusco, the Inca ruins of Sacsayhuaman, the Temple of the Sun, and the San Blas neighborhood.

What is the local currency in Cusco?

The local currency in Cusco is the Peruvian sol.

How safe is Cusco for tourists?

Cusco is generally considered safe for tourists, but it is always advisable to take normal precautions to ensure your safety, such as being aware of your surroundings and avoiding walking alone at night.

What is the best way to get around Cusco?

The best way to get around Cusco is by foot, as many of the tourist attractions are within walking distance of each other. It is also possible to take taxis or use public transportation to get around the city.

What type of food is available in Cusco?

Cusco offers a variety of local and international cuisine, including traditional Peruvian dishes such as ceviche, lomo saltado, and ají de gallina.

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