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¡Discover the magic and energetic mysteries Cusco Machu Picchu!

If you have the chance to visit Cusco, on top of visiting its main attractions, talking to its people, trying its exquisite gastronomy and acquiring its handicrafts, we recommend that you don’t forget to visit the great universe that the textiles from ancient Peru are.

These textiles of wonderful fiber are separated, dyed and woven by artisan hands from the Sacred Valley of the Incas in Cusco.

AWANA KANCHA is a place you can’t miss, a camelid centre where upon your arrival you will be welcomed by a group of alpacas, vicunas and llamas, in which you will be able to see the beauty of their wool and the process they go through before going to the hands of weavers of different communities in Cusco which dye the wool with natural dyes to create pieces worth of admiration.

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