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San Pedro Ceremony


San pedro or wachuma retreats make for Q’ero master. It helps to sharpen the senses, open the subconscious of the heart and senses, reconnects with divinity and with the inner essence of your being. It allows you to connect with the mysterious power of the universe and the Pachamama (Mother Earth) and to show you the inner light of your heart. Purifies emotions, body, thoughts, helps to releasey your inner energy that can be found in your dark interior, reinstalling the spiritual light.

San Pedro Ceremony Experience – Join us on a journey to experience the powerful energy of a Wachuma ceremony in the remarkable natural beauty of andes.

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.
  • 10:20 am: Cleasing ceremony.
  • 11:00 am: Wachuma Ceremony.
  • 2:00 pm: Break to sharing food
  • 3:00 pm: Meditation time.
  • 4:30 pm: Group photo with Paq’o
  • 5:00 pm: Return transport to Cusco hotel.

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Wachuma or San Pedro healing

Wachuma makes your eyes shine with pure and eternal love. The experience of San Pedro has a duration between 6 and 10 hours. Generally it is taken in daytime in a very pure and special place, by the mountains, rivers and natural vegetation, where there is no interruption of cars and people.

San Pedro (Wachuma) is an ancestral ceremony of Inca origin, practiced by the native communities of the coast, mountains and jungle of Peru, our retreat is held in sacred places and with nature.  It is led by a spiritual guide of the Q´ro´s community (Q’ro priest) in a responsible, safe and respectful manner.

It is an inner ceremony. It cleans and heals your mind, heart, soul and body; reconnecting your whole being with nature and the universe. It opens your mind and heart filling them with love and light.

The objective of carrying out the retreat is to allow  the restructuring of mental schemes, generating peace and tranquility in your life. The Q´ro teachers´ goal- in their healing ritual- is to make their patient “flourish” during the ceremony, so that their subconscious opens up like a flower.


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

  • Lightweight long-sleeved shirts
  • Jogging suit
  • Footwear & sandals
  • Water bottle
  • Personal towel
  • Flashlight / or preferable headlamp with red signal
  • Sunscreen, Insect repellent.
  • Rain gear, Hat

Pricing List

Description Price per person
San Pedro ceremony, ouside of Cusco City, Mamasimona or Pachatusan (one hour) $ USD 260.00 Inquire Now
San Pedro ceremony, in sacred valley. $ USD 300.00 Inquire Now
Sacred ceremony, Complete retreat; outside the city of Cusco, Q'ero or Ausangate (2 days) $ USD 490.00 Inquire Now


Guildelines begore your ceremony dietary, we recommend not consuming any drugs, alcohol, cigarette, coffeor chocolate for one 4 days prior to the ceremony, avois canned foof, red meat and pork. Por in particular is damagin for the body during a San pedro, due to its high level of toxicity, also avoid cold-cut meat, spicy foor and excessvie salt and sugar, and food or beverages with coloring, artificial flavors or preservatives.

Faqs San Pedro Ceremony

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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