San Pedro Ceremony and Treks CUSCO WAHCA 957707108                          San Pedro Ceremony and Trek (half day) The ceremonies are performed by Shaman Carlos Camilo with 25 years of experience. He began his studies as a Shaman in his early teens with Shaman Florentino Garcia and continued with other masters such as Sebastian Camizan Meza, Don Ignacio  Duri Palomeque and others. We ask that you have respect for the plant and culture. We will pick you up at your hotel or meet at the Plaza San Blas in front of the Church 8:30 AM  and transport to the Temple of the Moon where the ceremony begins at 9:00AM with the  Andean Shaman Carlos Camilo. First you will relax and meditate for a few minutes then the  Shaman will ask permission to drink the sacred cactus from the Apus (sacred mountains). He  will cleanse you with the tobacco of the jungle. You will drink the magical San Pedro.  Afterwards, we walk to the Inkiltambo Ruins and admire the scenery, relax for a while and  drink a second glass of San Pedro and eat light snack. You can meditate and explore the  fantastic ruins at leisure. We'll continue our walk at Choquequiraw Puquio Ruins to explore  the area. Then head on to the Rumi Wasi Ruins in San Sebastian to  rest and enjoy our visions before finishing the walk and returning to Cusco. These ruins are  off the beaten path. Trek lasts – 4 to 5 hours depending on group/moderate Services included in San Pedro Ceremony • Languages - English and Spanish • Transportation to Temple of the Moon • Ceremony • Light snack Services NOT included in San Pedro Ceremony  • Accommodations   • Gratuities • Transportation to Cusco San Pedro Diet:The night before the ceremony - do not consume meats, acidic drinks or  foods, no alcohol, prescription or non-prescription drugs, abstain from sex. Purify the mind  and body. Drink water. It is wrong to think that love comes from long companionship and persevering courtship. Love is the offspring of spiritual affinity and  unless that affinity is created in a moment, it will not be created for years or even generations.