Sol y Luna

Surrounded by the mountains, at a short distance from Machu Picchu, Sol y Luna gathers both cultural and natural diversity of this country in an exquisite experience of contrast. The harmony in the environment, eclectic architecture and select Popular Arts, bestow us the character of Peru. Using the products of every local harvest, we offer our guests a delicate gastronomy respecting original flavors and pairing them with the best wines. The aromas and special treatments of Yacu Wasi Spa provide the perfect combination to dissolve the fatigue of the body and mind. After these well-deserved treatments, you will be ready to discover the Quechua country with our tailored excursions. Sharing the magic of the Sacred Valley with our guests enables us to educate local children in need and provide them with a better future.

Sol y Luna has been built with the warmth of its people, the sun of the Incas and the energy that is inside of this land to be useful in our community, working for the Sacred Valley children, to whom we dedicate our time, effort and work to offer them a life based on a decent quality education.

Sol y Luna proposes the tourist activities on the local

Sol y Luna proposes the tourist activities on the local communities on the basis of respect for the people, nature and their cultural legacy. Most of our supplies come from local markets, and our crew, confirmed by local people, is under constant training in order to improve their skills. 

Our constructions have been made with local materials, developed in harmony with the natural environment.We have a responsible management of the waste, We are implementing the use of solar energies [/wptab]

Sol y Luna Hotel was created with the only goal to support an educational project for local communities. The Sol y Luna Intercultural school is an educational centre supported by the association Sol y Luna, with an inclusive philosophy of offering the children of teh sacred valley the option of an integral, instructive and creative education, which will help them  enter the global world. Our vision to offer is to offer children with disabilities an integrated school education and a dignified life with the community. Since 2015 the school has welcomed children and young people from the Sacred Valley with special needs and provided them with the following resources: Personalized assistance and a competent and professional team. The school has also proactively engaged with the local population offering training and raising awareness of children with disabilities.

We are able to provide an exclusive benefit to Tourism Concern Members




About the author

Helen Jennings

Helen has studied at the Universities of Goldsmiths, Kent, Jyvaskyla (Finland) and The Arctic University of Norway (Tromsø) where she obtained a MA in Indigenous Studies. She has travelled extensively and has lived and worked in Canada, Scandinavia, and South America. Helen is particularly interested in cultural, indigenous, and spiritual tourism, ideas behind sensible ‘regulation’ and is convinced of the value of ethical and sustainable tourism.

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