Kawsaypaq means “for life!” in Quechua

Kawsaypaq is a tourism company located in the town of Pisac in the Sacred Valley of the Incas of Cusco that offers authentic cultural experiences celebrating the spirit of the Andean ancestral culture. Our services and products are provided with the highest quality of standards.

We protect, celebrate and promote the continuity of our natural and cultural ancestral Andean heritage.

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Pisac Inn

Pisac Inn is a small, charming hotel ideally located on the historic plaza of Pisac in the beautiful Sacred Valley of the Incas, just 45 minutes outside of Cusco. Local, family owned business, run by a committed and experienced staff, which celebrates the warmth and beauty of the ancient living culture of the Andes.

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Cuchara de Palo Restaurant

Cuchara de Palo restaurant is inspired by the rich array of native Andean produce, and our cuisine celebrates this ancient agrarian tradition. We are dedicated to organic, locally grown and fresh ingredients. We believe that through food one can experience the culture.

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Peru Cultural Journeys

Peru Cultural JourneysPeru Cultural Journeys designs hand-woven, tailor-made, personalized and exclusive itineraries to experience the authentic essence of 5,000 years of Andean culture. We lead a unique exploration into the Andean world through a native perspective, allowing you to cultivate an intimate relationship to this land, the people and their customs.

Peru Cultural Journeys National Geographic

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Unucha Spa

Unucha Spa offers water treatments and massage therapy in a natural, private and enchanting ambience, with a unique concept inspired by the ancient Andean healing tradition.

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Kawsaypaq in the Press

Kawsaypaq Businesses in the Press

National Geographic Article
National Geographic Article
Featured Huffpost Article: Painting through Peru
Featured Huffpost Article: Painting through Peru
Lianne Milton: Words and Photographs
Lianne Milton: Words and Photographs
Featured Article: New York Times
Featured Article: New York Times

Featured Article: New York Times Style Magazine
Featured Article: New York Times Style Magazine

Andean Social Projects We Promote

Kusi Kawsay Andean School

Kusi Kawsay Andean School is a non- profit school, rooted in Andean tradition, empowering economically challenged children from Pisac town and remote communities above Pisac, Peru; to become confident, free, self assured young adults, leaders of the future; helping the World to become a better place.


Pachamama’s Path – 501(c)(3)

Sustaining traditional culture by working together for the protection, promotion and cultivation of Andean Culture.