Celebrate your big day in an unforgettable setting! Travel to Cusco and experience a unique Andean wedding ceremony that will create lasting memories.
Andean Marriage in the Andes of Peru: Celebrate your wedding in the traditional Inca style, revaluing the deep traditions of the Pongobamba community of the Huayna’s de Pumapata Chinchero association, Cusco, Peru, South America. When exploring Peru, we visit Machu Picchu, the Rainbow Mountain, the Inca Trail, or other tourist circuits, and why not give A Surprising Andean Marriage to Your Loved Your Soul Team?
An Inca priest celebrates marriage with the union of mother nature. Today, we marry or remarry symbolically with a welcome to the celebrations of love. Return to your country of origin, married in the lands of the Incas, on your next vacation to Machu Picchu.
The Inca Marriage Ceremony is a fascinating and unique tradition passed down through generations of indigenous people in South America. This ancient ceremony celebrates love and commitment and is significant in the Inca culture.
Plan your perfect Andean Wedding Ceremony Cusco in Peru! Learn more about the traditional customs and celebrations related to a timeless Andean wedding celebration.
We consecrated your marriage to Mother Earth in a special ceremony conducted by an Andean priest and associates from the Huaynas de Pumapata of Pongobamba Chinchero.
The Andean wedding is a living cultural manifestation of Pongobamba Chinchero. The Cusco Andean wedding begins with a ritual use of incense and flower essences to spiritually cleanse the couple, symbolizing the beginning of a new life.
Then, we begin with the offering to Mother Nature as a sign of gratitude for her daily blessings, including the joy of reuniting the beloved couple.
In the Andean wedding of Pongobamba Chinchero, several elements make up the offering, such as seeds, sweets, flowers, colored wool, and other representative aspects of the Andean world. Also, as offerings, we use the Chicha drink (Chicha is the elaboration and fermentation of corn from the Sacred Valley, the elixir drink of the Incas).
An Andean priest performs prayers and petitions to the tutelary spirits of the Andes in honor of the couple celebrating their union. Couples actively participate in the ceremony; if close relatives are present, they pray for the couple’s welfare and their offspring. If relatives and godparents are absent, the community will be your relatives and godparents at the Andean wedding.
Experience the magic and beauty of an ancient Inca wedding ceremony with our all-inclusive package. Our team of experts will guide you through every step of the ceremony, from the traditional Andean music and dance to the exchange of vows and blessings. You and your partner will be dressed in authentic Inca attire and adorned with traditional jewelry and accessories. A spiritual leader performs the ceremony and invokes the gods’ blessings and the ancestors’ spirits.
Departure from Cusco at 08:40
Travel time from Cusco to Pongobamba Chinchero: 1 hour
PACHAMANCA: Pachamanca, a typical Peruvian dish
11:30, the Pachamanca activities begin; Pachamanca cooking takes about 2 hours.
Huaynas de Pumapata Chinchero workers in Pongobamba at 11:30 have already heated the stones with fire to start the rite of cooking inside the earth with the hot stones. They start by putting the different meats, legumes, grains, etc. They cover it with blankets and soil at the end so that the heat does not escape to cook the Pachamanca to celebrate the Andean wedding. After 2 hours, the Pachamanca will be ready and cooked “at 13:30.” We begin to dig carefully and take out the Pachamanca to serve in the communal hall.
Farewell to the beat of the music of Pongobamba Chinchero.
A light walk
Cusco: 3,350m (10,990 ft)
Pongobamba: 3,800m (12,467 ft)
Pongobamba: 3,800m (12,467 ft)
Cusco is the perfect destination for an adventure-filled Inca wedding ceremony with traditional rituals and beauty. Join us for an extraordinary celebration!
The Andean marriage ceremony is a traditional Inca-style wedding celebrated in the Andes of Peru. It involves unique rituals and traditions that honor the deep cultural heritage of the Pongobamba community of Huayna’s de Pumapata Chinchero association.
You can surprise your beloved with an Andean marriage ceremony while visiting Peru. It’s a particular way to celebrate your love and create lasting memories in the land of the Incas.
An Inca priest, an Andean master priest, leads the Andean marriage ceremony. They are well-versed in the traditions and customs of the Inca culture and play a significant role in the celebration.
Photos and videos of the ceremony are provided, but please note that they were taken by amateurs using Sony Alpha a6400 cameras and GoPro Hero 9. The images and videos will be delivered on a USB at the hotel reception in the evening.
No, breakfast and dinner are not included in the Cusco Wedding Experience. You will need to arrange your meals separately.
Yes, you can purchase organic souvenirs made by the community of Huaynas de Pumapata de Pongobamba in Chinchero. These unique handmade items can be a special memento of your Andean wedding experience.
Tipping the tour guide and driver is at your discretion. If you feel they provided excellent service, you may list them as a token of appreciation.
Yes, Cusco is the perfect destination for an adventure-filled Inca wedding ceremony. Its rich history, traditional rituals, and breathtaking beauty offer a unique and extraordinary setting for celebrating your love.
SERVICE: An Andean wedding in private service.
|Number of persons||Price per person|
|2||$ 260.00 USD|
|4||$ 194.00 USD|
|6||$ 171.00 USD|
|8||$ 157.00 USD|
Cusco is the perfect destination for an adventure-filled Andean wedding ceremony with traditional rituals and beauty. Join us for an extraordinary celebration!
Kondor Path Tours operates the Cusco Wedding Experience.
Come and experience the beauty of a Cusco Ancient Inca Wedding firsthand! Discover interesting customs and learn more about arranging your perfect day.
Explore the spectacular beauty of a Cusco Ancient Inca Wedding. Our guide dives deep into the cultural roots behind this unique occasion, including its original rites and customs.