You will be staying in luxurious 4 star rooms

Arrival, 2 nights in Cusco

Your lovely hotel is conveniently situated off the historic Plaza de Armas.  The Willka T'ika staff will carefully select the 4 star hotel once reservations are confirmed.

The Plaza de Armas in Cusco’s busy main square has been the center of public life for centuries. Enjoy its spacious layout, ancient churches and restaurants.

Head to where the action is at the Plaza de Armas in Cusco, a large landscaped square bordered by shops, restaurants and ancient churches. For more than 500 years, the square has been at the heart of city life. Come to the plaza nowadays and you might see festivals, concerts and religious processions. Enjoy the lively atmosphere, admire the ornate lampposts and colonial archways and relax with a drink.

 6 nights at Willka T'ikka

Willka T’ika’s sustainable guest rooms are made from natural earth materials and adorned with local artwork.

All rooms are named for the Andean medicinal plant that grows at each room’s doorstep. A variety of room configurations can accommodate up to sixty-five guests.

The spacious luxury rooms, designed using feng shui principles, include a seating area and offer mountain and garden views. The cozier garden rooms are tucked away in charming spots throughout the gardens.

Each room has its own private modern bathroom and entry to the gardens. Our welcoming Quechua staff place fresh flowers in each room, and provide hot water bottles for your bed at night. To maintain a tranquil retreat atmosphere, our guest rooms have no television sets or telephones.

 1 night in Macchu Pichu

The Willka T'ika staff will carefully choose your hotel in Aguas Calientes (Hot Springs), the gateway to the majestic terraces of Machu Picchu.

The town of Aguas Calientes, located at 1,700 meters above the sea level, is without a doubt one of the major points in the Inca Trail, and therefore, a must-see spot for anyone who wants to enjoy a wonderful stay in the Machu Picchu area. 

Aguas Calientes offers weary travellers the chance to soak in thermal baths and browse for artisan souvenirs before (or after) using the town as a gateway to Machu Picchu.