This Saturday, April 9, we will walk to Cerro Pachamama, which in Quichua means Mother Earth, is located at 2,800 meters above sea level, it is a plain of more than 100 hectares that is located between the provinces of Azuay and Cañar; towards the North East of Cuenca in the Llacao parish in which, through preliminary archaeological studies, several elements of the Cañari and Inca cultures have been found.
Once up the mountain, we will participate in some activities to connect with ourselves and nature.
*Danza de Conexión
Afterward, we will continue on our route, and on our way back we will enjoy a delicious lunch.
Then we will take the road to the Sigsig Canton located about an hour and a half from Cuenca to the South East of the province of Azuay, where we will take a tour of its picturesque streets and then, after nightfall, participate in a medicine ceremony and temazcal
The next day we will return to the city of Cuenca.
Activities in the Mountain
Guide in English
The contribution is $80
And the other option is to take only the walk and the contribution is $35 per person, with an English guide, but none of the other options would be included.