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AN ECO-FRIENDLY LODGE ...
QUIET & COMFORTABLE ...
AT THE SERVICE OF YOUR ADVENTURE & SPIRITUAL NEEDS ...
TO CARRY THE BITÁCORA OF YOUR TRIP IN THE HEART OF THE SACRED VALLEY!

TAMBO DEL CAMINANTE (WALKERS 'LODGE)
is a singular, unique and comfortable tampu (Quechua: tampu, "albergue"), designed to cater to the walker in you, located in the heart of the Sacred Valley of the Incas in Cusco, in the town of Huarán on the banks of the Vilcanota River, housed between splendid mountains at the foot of the majestic cliff of the Pitusiray.

TAMBO DEL CAMINANTE is a new and different concept from the traditional Bed & Breakfast, built with natural materials of local origin, designed and managed with eco-friendly principles of lift. Our goal is to offer the demanding guest a service with a family experience flavor, highly personalized, achieved through the vision and dedication of its owners, your hosts, whose house is located on the same property.With this in mind.

TAMBO DEL CAMINANTE offers six rooms, equipped and decorated to maximize the experience of your stay among us, making it the most comfortable and quiet, significant and pleasant possible, so you can keep the log of your trip, and share it with others.

At TAMBO DEL CAMINANTE we attend your personal occurrence, offering a select range of physical and spiritual activities. There is something for everyone, from beginners to the most experienced: hiking, biking, canoeing in calm and fast waters, horse riding, ATV rides ... the offer guarantees to fulfill everyone's sense of adventure. From search engines to regular practitioners: Ceremonies and Andean Initiatives, Body and Energy Treatments, Yoga and more. And alternative tourism, experiential and mystical.
If you can imagine and visualize something ... we will help you to manifest it!It will be a privilege to meet you and serve you.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!
Munay-ki,
[In TAMBO DEL CAMINANTE we speak English, French and Spanish.]
Tambo del Caminante. 
Secred Valley of the Incas.
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