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The term "expedition" is often used to refer to a scientifically motivated journey into uncharted or remote areas of a country. These expeditions to Hatun Q’ero and Ausangate focus on touristic and spiritual content: firstly, they are concerned with getting to know and exploring the high Andes, a beautiful, remote area in the mountains of Peru; secondly, with personal and spiritual development, learning from masters of the Inka religion, and ultimately, the expansion of one's knowledge.

The journey offers unique scenic views and an intense feeling of being at one with nature, but it is not easy. Participants must spend six days riding on the backs of (good-natured) horses, sleep in tents in freezing temperatures, overcome differences in altitude of some 5,000 meters and walk part of the way. The reward for this physically and psychologically challenging journey is instant, namely the intense exchange with teachers, the mountain spirits (Apus), and nature.