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THE NEW YORK TIMES
January 2015
The local shaman Willko Apasa leads guests at the Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel on early morning hikes to explore the sacred elements of Machu Picchu and develop a deeper understanding of the ancient spiritual beliefs.

 
THE ORANGE COUNTRY REGISTER SUNDAY
January 2015
Machu Picchu hotels put shaman to work In the highlands surrounding Machu Picchu in Peru, luxury hotels are calling on Andean shamans to spiritually cleanse their guests, renew wedding vows and lead ceremonies to offer gratitude to mother earth.

 
MARTHA STEWART WEDDINGS
January 2015
Maybe it’s the location, right at the base of Machu Picchu. Or the way it’s tucked into a private perch between the granite slabs of the Andes and the flowing Vilcanota River. Or the mystical Sacred Valley that surrounds it and infuses everything with its glow. Whichever the cause, the result is apparent: There are few places more unique to celebrate your nuptials than Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel, a boutique property in Aguas Caliente, the gateway to Machu Picchu.

 
EXAMINER
December 2014
Arrival Experience: Located in Aguas Calientes, where trains bring travelers to the famed Native American ruins, Sumaq Machu Picchu hotel has an admirable position as the closest bus stop to the bottom of the mountain.

 
AFAR
December 2014
I never realized how lovely clean red roses, handmade tablecloths, and leather menus laced with alpaca wool were on a train until I had them on the Inca Rail. I’ve taken my fair share of rinky- dink locomotives, but refreshing trout from the Sacred Valley coated in crispy quinoa, free flowing Tacama Gran Tinto from southern Peru, and refreshing Pisco sours served by men in burgundy tuxedos had me fearing I’d never go back to my sticky floor, foam seat train days

 
AFAR
November 2014
What better way to explore the sacred elements of Machu Picchu than with a real Peruvian shaman? Sumaq, a modern luxury boutique hotel at the foot of Machu Picchu, is offering new private tours of Machu Picchu with shaman and translator, where guests will walk in the footsteps of the ancient Inca’s and explore the mystical elements of Pachamama.

 
     
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