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Experience Rural Community Chincheros – Day Tour

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Experience Rural Community Chincheros – Day Tour

Experience Rural Community Chincheros – Day Tour

23 reviews

Overview

Experience of Rural Community-Based Tourism.

   Experience Rural Community Chincheros – Day Tour is a sustainable and enriching way for travelers to experience the rich cultural heritage and natural beauty of this Andean town in the Sacred Valley near Cusco, Peru,In essence, community-based rural tourism in Chinchero.

offers a holistic and respectful approach to travel, fostering meaningful connections between visitors and the local community while contributing to the preservation of cultural heritage and the sustainable development of the region. Turismo Rural Community Chincheros .

Rural – Community  Chincheros.

 You will be able to share the unforgettable experience with the chinchero communities, participate in daily activities, and then during free hours you can take walks around the communities to appreciate the landscape.

 

Highlights

Summary Rural – Community  Chincheros.

  • Authentic Cultural Immersion: Immerse yourself in the daily life and traditions of Chinchero’s local community through authentic interactions with residents. Community-based rural tourism offers a genuine and immersive cultural experience.
  • Homestays with Local Families: Stay in traditional homes with local families, providing an intimate look into Andean hospitality and a chance to participate in daily activities. This fosters a meaningful connection between visitors and the community.
  • Traditional Craft Workshops: Engage in hands-on workshops led by skilled artisans, learning traditional crafts such as textile weaving and pottery. These experiences contribute to the preservation of ancient skills and provide insight into the craftsmanship of Chinchero.
  • Guided Tours by Community Members: Knowledgeable community guides lead tours through Chinchero’s historical sites, including Inca ruins and colonial-era churches. Learn about the history, cultural significance, and stories behind these landmarks from those intimately connected to the region.
  • Agricultural Experiences: Participate in agricultural activities like planting, harvesting, or tending to livestock. Gain firsthand experience of the vital role agriculture plays in the Andean lifestyle, and understand the sustainable practices employed by the community.
  • Participation in Local Festivals: Time your visit to coincide with local festivals and celebrations, providing an opportunity to witness and participate in vibrant traditional dances, music, and rituals. These events showcase the cultural richness of Chinchero.
  • Responsible Tourism Practices: Community-based tourism initiatives in Chinchero prioritize responsible and sustainable practices. This includes environmental conservation, waste management, and initiatives that contribute to the overall well-being and development of the local community.
  • Support for Local Economy: Contribute directly to the local economy by purchasing handmade crafts, textiles, and other products directly from local artisans. The revenue generated from tourism helps sustain the economic livelihoods of Chinchero’s residents.
  • Preservation of Cultural Heritage: The focus on community-based tourism in Chinchero emphasizes the preservation of cultural heritage. This involves the protection of archaeological sites, traditional knowledge, and the continuation of ancestral practices that define the identity of the community.
  • Collaboration with Indigenous Communities: Experience the richness of collaboration with indigenous communities in Chinchero. This ensures that tourism benefits are shared equitably and that the experiences provided are respectful of indigenous rights, values, and the collective heritage

Itinerary

Itinerary

Experience Rural Community Chincheros – Day Tour.

  • 08:00 – 09:30 Pick up from your hotel and transfer to the town of Chinchero.
  • 09:30 – 10:30 Visit to the archaeological center of Chinchero and transfer to a small community where we will have an organized reception with typical
  • dress and traditional music.
  • 10:30 – 11:30 We will participate in Agrotourism activities such as interpretation of agricultural products, identification of agricultural instruments or tools.
  • 11:30 – 12:30 Short walk to the cultivation sites to observe and participate in an Offering to the Pachamama.
  • 12:30 – 13:30 We continue our way to reach the viewpoint and we will have an amazing view of the Piuray Lagoon where we will learn more about its myths and legends.
  • Free time to enjoy a lunch prepared with local products.
  • 14:30 – 16:00 We will observe more about the Textilería and we will have a participative space to interact with the people.
  • 16:00 – 17:00 We will say goodbye to our hosts to finally return to the city of Cusco.

Included

Include Rural Community Chincheros,

  • Briefing: This takes place before the start of the service (The briefing is a complete orientation, explaining everything about the tour. In addition, any doubts you may have will be clarified).
  • Small groups: We always manage an adequate amount of people, personalized shared tour style.
  • Professional guide: We will have the company and interpretation of our professional guide (English/Spanish).
  • Tourist transportation: Tourist transportation
  • Materials: Necessary supplies to make the payment to Pachamama.

No Included

Not Included : Turismo Rural Community  Chincheros.

  • Materials: Necessary supplies to make the payment to Pachamama.
  • Extras not mentioned in the program.

What To Bring

  • Personal water bottle and snack
  • Camera
  • Sun block

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