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Willka T'ika Accommodation

Spectacular ancient sites close to Willka T’ika make it the perfect central location for exploring the Sacred Valley. A 75-minute drive from the Cusco airport, Willka T’ika is situated between the ancient ruins of P’isaq and the train station to Machu Picchu at Ollantaytampu.

Willka T'ika Accommodations options include a total of 26 rooms - 10 garden and 12 luxury rooms and 4 luxury suites. A 2-night minimium stay is required. 

The daily rate includes accommodations, organic vegetarian breakfast and dinner, herbal teas, and the use of the elaborate and peaceful Seven Chakra Gardens and beautiful communal spaces. Select wines are available at dinner, and lunch may be ordered a day in advance.

Individual guests and couples can enjoy a cozy library with a fireplace and other facilities with unique atmospheres. Though Willka T'ika does not have yoga teachers in residence, guests are free to enjoy the sunlit Yogawasi studio for their own yoga practice during hours not reserved by retreat groups. Mats, blankets and ample yoga props are provided.

Willka T’ika is the perfect place for guests to relax, rejuvenate, disconnect from their busy lifestyle, and unwind in our magical Seven Chakra Gardens. There are no telephones or televisions in guest accommodation. Wi-fi service is available in a designated area. Guests enjoy the peace and sensory sights of birdlife and wonderful fragrances from the vibrant gardens.  Guests can further rejuvenate with Andean SPA services that offer full body massages, outdoor solar baths beneath the stars, a crystal light therapy session, and more. Cusco airport or area hotel transfers are available with reliable local taxis.

Accommodations-only at Willka T'ika is perfect for the independent traveler, as Willka T'ika does not arrange guide or tour services. For pre-arranged guide services, transport, site visits and the inclusion of authentic ceremonies, inquire about one of our comprehensive Magical Journey to Peru programs.

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What we found was a place of heart-felt tranquility, balance and spirituality, where one’s practice of yoga felt more “connected”; connected to the heart and its peoples came to us through our guide, provided by the Magical Journey. In effect, our guide became a twentieth member of our group, leading us to varied sites, explaining the history of each reaching back to and through the Inkan era, and sharing with us the passion and pride of the Quechua people.  The Magical Journey itinerary had been prescribed for us, and included all of the logistical details that would afford us a personal and ‘up close look’ at the Andean culture. The simplicity of life and the true attitude of softhearted devotion. While a major component of the Willka T’ika experience was its “yoga-friendly” nature, another significant aspect was the introduction to and experience of Peru, and more importantly, the historical and spiritual nature of the Inkan civilization and its people. The key to the secrets and history of the region 

Cathy and Gary Graham
Anasura Yoga Group

Willka T'ika Children's Fund: Dedicated to Immediate Student Care

Imagine, Your $250 Donation Saving Willy's Leg!

This August, 2014, Jessica, our School Principal, called me with great urgency. Willy, a twelve-year-old boy, living with his mother in a tiny mountain shack near to the Pokes community, broke his femur in an accident. With his father in the hospital in Cusco with kidney problems, her only option was to carry him home and call a community nurse, who said his leg was not broken, just bent, and told him to stay in bed.

Carol Cumes Books

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 Located 75 minutes from the Cusco airport