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Urubamba Peru
June 16 - 30, 2007

Schedule for yoga retreat to Urubamba Peru

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116-June-2007Arrival and greeting in Cusco
Travel to Urubamba
Orientation and Welcome Dinner
Participants will be greeted at the Velasco Astete Airport and taken to the guesthouse in Urubamba, Peru, about an hour outside Cusco. This first day is an ideal time to settle in, meet other program participants, and welcome the journey ahead.
217-June-2007Visit Project Site - VolunteeringParticipants will visit the volunteering site with a project coordinator who will be your guide throughout your time in Peru. Project coordinators are knowledgeable and experienced in both development work and Peruvian culture.
318-June-2007VolunteeringParticipants will volunteer at the project site (either at orphanage and/or ecological site depending on needs of community.)
419-June-2007VolunteeringContinue volunteering.
520-June-2007ExcursionParticipants will visit Moray and Salineras. Moray is an Incan archaeological site that the Incas may have used to test agricultural theories. Salineras are salt mines in use since before the Incas.
621-June-2007VolunteeringContinue volunteering
722-June-2007VolunteeringContinue volunteering
823-June-2007Weekend ExcursionParticipants will take a trip to the ruins and market of Pisaq and the ruins of Ollantaytambo and Cusco where they will visit the Inca astronomical site of Saqsayhuaman.
924-June-2007Weekend ExcursionThe excursion will include an overnight stay in Cusco. Cusco, the Inca capital, boasts cobblestone streets and walls of Incan stonework and is host to hundreds of thousands of international visitors every year.
1025-June-2007VolunteeringContinue volunteering
1126-June-2007VolunteeringContinue volunteering
1227-June-2007ExcursionParticipants will visit the community of Chichubamba and an Agrotourism project. Residents of Chichubamba still make a living with traditional agriculture including beekeeping, chocolate making, guinea pig breeding, ceramics, and horticulture.
Participants will hike to the Valley of Chicon to learn about the native forests that grow below the glacier. Local guides will show you native plants, beautiful vistas and traditional communities along the way.
1328-June-2007VolunteeringContinue volunteering
1429-June-2007Project DedicationParticipants and community members will reflect on the project and their work together
1530-June-2007Travel homeTransportation will be provided to the airport in Cusco
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