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Add an extra day to your trek and visit the charming community of Huilloc! On this one-day cultural immersion you will visit a Quechua family and experience a bit of life in the rural Andes. Huilloc is a lovely, bustling Andean community located about 30 minutes away from Ollantaytambo, where community members still wear traditional dress. Spending time with a Quechua family is a great way to experience the real Peru in the highlands of Cusco! This is a great cultural immersion experience.
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Cusco can experience every season in a single day, so you should be prepared for sun and rain, cold and hot weather! We recommend a hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, sweater, rain gear or plastic poncho, winter hat or toque and gloves. In addition, you should bring:
Remember that scans of the student card (for students) or passports (for children) need to accompany the bookingin order to be eligible for the discount.
This is a great opportunity for those interested in an immersive cultural experience, spending a bit of quality time with a Quechua family learning about the traditional Andean lifestyle.
This one-day trek extension includes a tour of the community and one activity. The activity will be an immersive cultural experience, such as a weaving demo, short community hike, agricultural activities (such as planting or harvesting potatoes, depending on the season), or alpaca herding!
You’ll spend the night with a host Quechua family and also share meals with them. The homestay rooms will be with your Quechua family hosts. In Huilloc, these rooms are basic but clean and comfortable, and some even include running water and a flush toilet!
>>Read more about Andean homestays.