Peru Yoga Retreat

Culture and Adventure Travel in Peru

From the colonial beauty of Cusco to the peaceful history of the Sacred Valley, our Peru yoga retreat adventure ensures that you get an enriching and rejuvenating mix of the best Peru has to offer on and off the mat.

Soak up the sights and sounds of Peru at the markets and immerse in culture and laughter with the local Amaru community.  From Cusco, the former capital of the Incan Empire, and the gateway to the Sacred Valley of Peru you’ll travel by Vistadome train and enjoy two visits to Machu Picchu so that you can soak up this Andean wonder.

Our Peru yoga retreat includes morning flows to get you ready for epic adventure days and evening wind-down practices that give you time to savor the day. The Travel Yogi’s yoga and adventure trip in Peru features luxury accommodations that range from a modern luxe resort to a colonial hacienda and a former monastery. The variety of accommodations gives us the opportunity to unroll our mats on terraces, verandahs and a historic chapel.

Every step of our Peru wellness retreat is guided by local experts who ensure a full, and local, cultural experience from ancient Incan to modern Peruvian.  Journey through time, cultures, local cuisine, extraordinary yoga flows, city-vibes and Andean magic on a one-of-a-kind Peru yoga retreat adventure.

Yoga Retreat Adventure Duration: 8 Days / 7 Nights • Starting at $5495 per person

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What's included

  • Eight days with English-speaking expert local guides
  • Breakfast each morning at our hotels
  • Sacred Valley community cultural visit
  • A cultural exploration of Cusco
  • All dinners in a local restaurant or at our hotels
  • Morning and evening yoga on most days (please see the full itinerary for yoga schedule)
  • Guided visits to the Pisac Market & Ollantaytambo Fortress
  • Vistadome train tickets to Machu Picchu and Cusco
  • Two excursions to Machu Picchu
  • Sacred Valley transfers by Vistadome train
  • Traditional Pachamama ceremony
  • Entrance fees to all included sites
  • Private transfers
  • Tour of colonial Cusco & Cusco’s ruins

What's not included

  • International flight to and from Cusco
  • Any airport taxes
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • Items of a personal nature (phone calls, souvenirs, spa services, etc)
  • Gratuities
  • Travel insurance (recommended)

Our luxury accommodations span the gamut from modern to colonial hacienda to a former monastery.  Each location embraces the vibe of its surroundings while delivering ‘new Andean’ flavors and old-world style.  Revel in locations that vary from metropolitan to the riverfront to colonial square.

Each of our amazing Peru yoga retreat itineraries will be unique, with slight changes based on local holidays and/or events. Below is a sample of what can be expected as you explore this amazing country with The Travel Yogi:

Day One

  • Arrive in Cusco for the start of your Peru yoga adventure
    • Our guide will meet you at the airport and we’ll travel as a group to the Sacred Valley
  • Hit up a local restaurant for lunch and take in the Pisac Market and the Ollantaytambo Fortress
    • Marvel at the vibrancy of the market and the history of an Incan stronghold
  • Welcome evening yoga and dinner
    • La bienvenida a Perú!

Day Two

  • Morning rise and shine yoga
  • Journey to the Chinhero market and Ollantaytambo
  • Enjoy the an afternoon and lunch at a local ranch
  • Evening yoga and dinner back at home base

Day Three

  • Rise and shine yoga and breakfast
  • Explore the Sacred Valley’s culture and community
    • Today we will visit with the locals who call the valley home
  • Evening yoga on property and dinner

Day Four

  • Sunrise open-hearts-and-minds yoga
  • Vistadome train from Ollantaytambo to Machu Picchu
    • Watch the Sacred Valley from floor to ceiling windows on this amazing train
  • Guided exploration of Machu Picchu
  • Evening grounding yoga on the terrace
  • Group dinner

Day Five

  • Sunrise yoga on the terrace
  • Additional visit to Machu Picchu
    • Once isn’t enough – settle into the beautiful space of this ancient site
  • Farewell lunch in the Sacred Valley
  • Soak up the sights on the Vistadome train back to Cusco
  • Transfer to our hotel and revel in evening yoga in the chapel
  • Dinner in our converted monastery hotel home

Day Six

  • Morning yoga to awaken your senses
  • Morning exploration of Cusco past and present city
    • Take in the city’s ruins, its colonial past and present hum
  • Shaman guided local ceremony
  • Afternoon free to stroll Cusco’s winding avenues
  • Evening yoga in the beautiful chapel
  • Dinner in our converted monastery hotel home

Day Seven

  • Sunrise yoga to awaken your senses
  • Morning exploration of San Blas’ cobblestone calles
    • Take in the city’s ruins, its colonial past and present hum
  • Enjoy the afternoon taking in this final day in Cusco
  • Closing yoga in the beautiful chapel
  • Group farewell dinner

Day Eight

  • Morning breakfast and packing before transfers to the airport for the journey home
    • Later flights have extra time to explore Cusco
Citizens of the U.S. will need a valid passport to visit Peru.  Passports must have at least one blank page per entry stamp.  Visas will be issued, for free, upon arrival. Entry requirements can change so for up to date information please visit the State Department's page for Peru.  Nationals of all other countries should check entry requirements with their government.
No shots are required at this time for travel to Peru.  Of course we recommend that you be up to date on all of your vaccinations.  Any specific inoculation or health questions should be directed to your personal physician.
Yes!  Vegetarians will have no difficulty and all other requests should be able to be accommodated as long as we have sufficient notice of at least four weeks prior to departure.  Please contact The Travel Yogi with any dietary questions.
While travel insurance is not required it is strongly recommended.  We recommend Travel Guard, thought you may get insurance through any reputable company.
On this adventure, yes, you will need to bring your own mat.  Your mat and luggage will be transported for you once on the trip, but you will need to bring a mat from home.  The Travel Yogi teachers that embark on this adventure will be designing classes that do not require props, so no need to bring a strap or a block.
Yup, all of our lux locations will have wifi available.
Peru uses a mix of the standard, non-grounded North American plug (type A) and the European two-prong (type C).  Please note that you'll likely need an adaptor for the type A plug as many US plugs have one prong that is larger than the other while a true type A plug has two flat parallel blades. The voltage is 220-230V so a converter may be required.
While our Peru yoga retreat adventure covers multiple regions in Peru, in general the peak season is the Peruvian winter of May to September.  These are the drier months with cooler temperatures.  December through March is the wettest season with heavy rain showers while April and October can be unpredictable with the weather but have fewer travelers.
Yes!  Of course.  Once you're booked you'll receive an email with important logistical information and a link to your invoice.  You can pay any amount at any time on the invoice; you can use it as a payment plan or leave it alone until the final due date. Remember that deposits are non-refundable so, on all trips, we recommend purchasing travel insurance.