Peru Photography Expedition

May 11 – May 18, 2018

This May, experience the excitement of the Photographer’s Life while witnessing the ancient beauty of Peru’s Sacred Valley… from iconic Machu Picchu at first light… to the traditional weavers at work in villages that time has long forgotten… to the colonial streets of Cusco, the old capital of the Inca Empire…

This spring, alongside professional photographer Efrain Padró, you’ll…

  • Learn the techniques he uses to shoot magazine-quality images that sell for $50, $150, and even $500…
  • Gain hands-on practical experience applying your new skills—while exploring the color-rich markets of Peru and soaking in the breathtaking splendor of Machu Picchu…
  • Discover all the insider secrets and tips you need to turn your photos into profit wherever in the world you go (even when you’re staying home)… and do it faster than you ever dreamed possible…

All while learning everything you need to know to improve your photography skills, sell your images, and earn an income from your vacations, so you can start enjoying the freedom, independence, and travel opportunities that freelance photography delivers.

And feel the pride and prestige that comes with seeing your photos—along with your name—spread across the glossy pages of travel magazines or on top stock photography sites.

Over seven adventure-filled days in the UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Cusco and Machu Picchu, you’ll photograph and explore some of the country’s most dramatic locations in the company of a professional photographer ready to share his hard-won insights and secrets.

From its breathtaking natural landscapes to its charming people in their vibrant hats and shawls, this is a place that will tug at your heart-strings… and have you pointing your camera at every turn.

I assure you, not only will you come away with a real passion for Cusco, Machu Picchu, and the villages of Peru’s Sacred Valley – having discovered them with a photographer’s eye – but you’ll also learn all the ins and outs you need to take amazing photos… and sell them.

The bottom line is this: you don’t need an expensive camera to take magazine-quality photos, and this May 11-18, 2018 in Peru, we’ll show you exactly how it’s done.

Whether you have little experience and modest equipment or you’re already a talented amateur photographer, this expedition will give you everything you need to establish yourself as a true pro.

Attendees of these live workshops boast great successes—and you needn’t have a lick of experience to join their ranks. All you really need is a passion for exploring the world (even your own backyard), camera in hand.

Efrain’s presentations on selling and reselling your photographs include everything from taking the right kinds of photographs… to knowing and understanding which market will be most likely to buy them.

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Your fellow readers who joined us on similar expeditions are enjoying great successes

Programs like this one in Peru boast an unbeatable track record—it really does propel people from amateur to pro, fast.

Take Lynnia Allison. She attended our workshop in The Bahamas, and one month later, displayed some of her photographs at a local gallery exhibit and sold four at $500 apiece.

And there’s Sue Wright, who attended our workshop in Paris and sold more than $1,500 worth of photos within three months of returning home.

They both paid for their workshop fees in short order, and the skills they used to do it are the same ones you’ll learn in Peru this May.

If you find yourself leafing through glossy magazines, inspired by photo spreads, wishing it were your pictures and your name in print…

If you’ve ever opened your camera manual but quickly closed it again out of sheer frustration…

If you long to take better photos but don’t have the time to go through years of Photo School to make real money doing what you love…

If you dream of exploring the world and adding adventure to your day-to-day life…

Then join us on this seven-day adventure and we’ll help you transform your photo skills… and your life…

Here’s what past Great Escape Publishing workshop attendees have to say…

“Great Escape Publishing pulls out all the stops to plan an ‘experience’ not a ‘trip.’ Absolutely recommend them for seasoned and novice travelers alike.” — Connie Owens

“Great Escape Publishing keeps their workshops small on purpose so that each individual has one-on-one time with instructors and comes away with tangible results. You feel that they sincerely want you to be successful because they understand that your success… is their success! Destination workshops and world travel – works for me!” — Sarita Simmons

“My experiences from the 4 events I’ve attended with Great Escape Publishing have been fantastic! The people have been tremendous and the help and guidance given throughout have been topnotch. I can’t wait for the next one.” — Scott Noe

“Great Escape Publishing is the only group I want to travel with on my journeys around the world.” — Sheri Escobar

“These workshops are a wonderful opportunity to travel to a new locale and explore while learning a new skill.” — Sandra M.

“I would definitely recommend this workshop to others. It’s a great way to explore a city and one’s own creativity.” — Heather G.

“You all did an awesome job. I have learned so much in 7 days… totally priceless.” — Nelda Bernal

Meet your instructor

Efrain Padro sometimes breaks the rules on the rule of thirdsInstructor Efraín Padro is a professional photographer specializing in travel, nature, and architectural photography. Born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Efraín has photographed in diverse locations such as Europe, South America, Mexico, Asia, India, and the Caribbean. His work has appeared in Travel + Leisure, Frommer’s Budget Travel, Condé Nast, and other publications, and he is the author of The Photographer’s Guide to New Mexico.

Not to mention that he has led our previous Peru expeditions, taken personal trips to Peru, and sold images from his experiences there. He knows where to be—and when—to catch things in their best light… and, he’ll walk you through his own processes, step by step, from how to compose a professional, eye-catching photo to how to go about selling it as editorial, on stock sites, or even as fine art.

Here’s what past workshops attendees have to say about Efrain:

“Efrain is very knowledgeable and easy to talk to. He explains everything so that you understand, and he has a lot of patience.” – Linda B.

“Efrain was wonderful—so easygoing and helpful. He spent so much time helping everyone one-on-one. He also has a great teaching style. He’s super humorous. I loved him!” – Lynn M.

“Efrain is very knowledge ­able, approachable, very involved with students and willing to share his secrets. He gave the best tips of the trade.” – Joy S.

“Efrain made this trip perfect in every way.  His knowledge and teaching was what I need to improve some areas in my skillset.  He knew the best places to take us and the best shots to set up for.” – Joann W.

“Efrain was an excellent instructor both in the field and the classroom. He has a great sense of humor and seems relatable to all levels of photographers. His advice on breaking into the travel market and submitting to magazines was very valuable.” – Terry G.

“Efrain Padro is a 10! He is a very dynamic speaker and brought great new knowledge and ideas on getting published.” – Sarita S.

On the ground, with Efrain by your side, you’ll discover everything you need to…

  • Capture the best possible pictures every time—no matter what kind of camera you have…
  • Get dramatic improvements in the photos you take (without having to digest your camera manual)…
  • Take a great shot each time, thanks to pro tips on composition… on shooting at different times of the day… even on how to get great photos under compromised conditions…
  • Make your photos even more saleable in a matter of minutes with a couple of tweaks here and there in photo editing…
  • Discover how to research and find the appropriate magazines to market your work, including the best places to get started…
  • Use Efrain’s insider advice to prepare your submissions and maximize your chances of selling your pictures… so, sooner than you thought possible, you can land a pay-check and see your photos in magazines…
  • Return home with the skills and know-how to sell the photos you take on this trip…

And much more…


Here at Great Escape Publishing, we’re committed to creating tours and experiences that are unlike anything you’ll find elsewhere. Here’s our 4-POINT PROMISE about what you can expect on this expedition and what makes us different.


You’ll be part of a small group of like-minded travelers… folks who want to explore, experience, and enjoy what’s unique and authentic about a place. The group size is just 10-12, so you get the chance to know everyone in the group, and you get plenty of one-on-one time from our staff and instructors.


It’s important to us that our accommodations match the destination. We avoid big chains like Hilton and Marriott because they’re the same around the world. And instead we opt for small, family-run boutique hotels that match the splendor of the city. Each hotel has the same level of comfort and amenities as these bigger brands, but with a lot more charm and character.

From Hacienda-style lodges in Ecuador… to luxury tent camps on the Serengeti in Tanzania… casas particulares in Cuba… or a luxury boat in Ha Long Bay… our choice of lodging might just be your favorite part of the trip!


We like to explore something the average tourist might not know about. We’ve made connections on the ground so we can visit the best sites, markets, festivals, restaurants, cafés, and villages that would be hard to find on your own. We’ll use local guides where possible instead of well-advertised companies and we’ve geared our schedule toward photographers or writers, so you can skip right to the heart of Peru and capture something the regular tourist never will.


Photography or writing tours are a dime a dozen. But try to find a tour that teaches you how to write compelling stories AND how you can sell those stories for a nice side income, and you’d be hard pressed.

The truth is, a lot of people today aren’t crazy about sharing their photography secrets and their income-earning advice with newbies. But the photographers and writers who lead Great Escape Publishing trips are some of the most generous teachers out there. They know that the need for great photos and great articles is only increasing—so the more people who can fill this need, the better for everyone!

On this expedition, you’ll have an expert by your side every step of the way, ready to share her professional insights and secrets to help you travel the world and get paid to do so.

Learn by doing

On a camera-in-the-hand, boots-on-the-ground expedition like this, you’ll learn in a fun way… among new friends… and absorb the skills faster than you could ever imagine!

You’ll draw inspiration from the ancient beauty, dramatic landscape, and people around you… and, return home with a whole new set of skills and the insight to capture the special photo opportunities you can sell again and again… including those in your own hometown.

With professional help every step of the way, you’ll go from capturing iconic Machu Picchu at sunrise to the snapping photos of ancient ruins in the Sacred Valley of the Incas… experiences most people only dream about.

You’ll immerse yourself in a vibrant indigenous culture, weaving your way through bustling markets brimming with intricate, hand-crafted treasures, and meeting locals who go about their daily chores in traditional clothes of striking color…

Savor traditional street fare like anticucho (deliciously cooked meat on a skewer—though you might want to give the “cow heart” variety a miss), salchipapa (sliced Peruvian hotdog with fries, smothered in ketchup, mayo, mustard, and aji sauce) or the ever-present and popular roast pork sandwich…

And create long-lasting friendships and memories you’ll cherish for the years to come.

Where you’ll stay

The former capital of the Inca Empire and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Cusco is known for its mixture of Inca and Spanish Colonial architecture, churches built on top of ancient granite walls, and narrow cobblestone alleys leading to charming neighborhoods.

Using our hotel as a base, we’ll explore the city’s inner core and photograph the many nearby attractions, including the Plaza de Armas, flanked by magnificent churches; the Koricancha, whose interior was said to have been covered in gold; and the mighty Inca fortress of Sacsaywaman, with its massive granite walls.

From Cusco, we’ll also take day trips in our private transport to the colonial village of Pisac to visit and photograph its Sunday market as well as Inca ruins; to the weavers’ village of Chinchero; and the colonial town of Maras, home to the Inca salt mines.

The highlight of the trip will be our visit to the magnificent Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, located in what locals call “the eyebrow of the jungle.”

Before taking the train to Machu Picchu, we’ll spend an evening in the quaint village of Ollantaytambo, where narrow passageways through stone wall buildings and past babbling irrigation channels will make you feel as if you’ve stepped back in time.

In the morning, we’ll take the train through the spectacular river gorge where the Vilcanota River cuts its way down toward the Amazon, ending our ride in Machu Picchu Pueblo, the village located below Machu Picchu. As a special treat, we’ll spend one night here instead of visiting the site as a rushed day-trip like most tourists.

And, unlike most travelers, we’ll get to visit Machu Picchu TWICE—once at sunset and once at sunrise—to be sure we get the shots we need (and in case fog moves in during one of our visits). You will be blown away by this world-class site at different times of day.

It’s safe to say that while exploring Cusco and Machu Picchu, you can’t help but find something to photograph everywhere you look. And that’s why we have chosen this unique destination for our photography workshop this May.

By the time your trip comes to an end, you’ll be dazzled by your own photos… and so will your friends (not to mention photo buyers) when you get home.

Learn how to capture architecture, people, and landscape shots that will sell

You’ll find this expedition fast-paced and fun, and you really will see this destination in a way you never could as a regular tourist. We have a full itinerary planned for each day and most of the workshop will be done out and about on foot, so you’ll need to be prepared for high activity throughout the week.

You’ll benefit from unique, one-on-one instruction on a daily basis, both during shoots and in your review sessions. It’s this kind of learning experience that can improve your skills in record time.

And you’ll learn about which types of subjects sell best for editorial in magazines, including architecture, people, landscapes and still life (food, signs, etc.).

Almost every day, there’ll be a photography lesson or special group photo reviews, where you’ll learn what you’re already doing well and what you can do to improve your photos and ramp up your success.

Whether you have little experience and modest equipment or you’re already a talented amateur photographer, you’ll benefit immensely from this expedition. 

Efrain will provide you with the insights you need to really put your camera to work for you. And, once you’ve captured the shots you want… how to sell them.

Your itinerary

May 11-18, 2018

Day 1 – Friday, May 11

We’ll meet in the afternoon in the hotel lobby to enjoy a cup of coca tea and get right down to business. After introductions, an overview of the upcoming schedule and looking through some of Efrain’s favorite shots of Cusco, you’ll be eager to get out and explore. But before you do, he’ll take you step-by-step through the right camera settings and show you how you can use your camera to turn an average vacation snapshot into a photo worthy of wall space and a magazine cover.

Later in the week, you’ll also learn what you need to be a magazine travel photographer… and how to go about finding a market for your photographs.

Tonight, we’ll wind down the day with a twilight shoot at the Plaza de Armas… and you’ll have a chance to explore more local restaurants and bars according to your energy levels…

Day 2 – Saturday, May 12

This morning you’ll walk across the street from the hotel to reach Qorikancha—or the “Temple of the Sun.” You’ll enjoy playing around with your camera at the most important place of worship in the Inca Empire. The Inca temple was converted into the Church of Santo Domingo, but the interior still features the best example of Inca architecture in South America.  Afterward, you’ll wander with the group through the cobbled streets of Cusco, where Spanish Colonial architecture meets the ancient Inca walls.

Next, we’ll take a short ride to the Inca military fortress of Saksaywaman, located high above Cusco.  Made of massive granite stones weighing up to 125 tons, Saksaywaman boasts a double wall in a zigzag shape, a large ceremonial plaza, and spectacular views of Cusco and the surrounding mountains.

Day 3 – Sunday, May 13

This morning, we’ll head to the charming colonial village of Pisac to photograph its colorful Sunday Market, featuring both an artisans’ market and a locals’ market. Here you can feast your eyes (through your lens) at alpaca clothing, carved wooden figures, and leather goods in the artisans’ market… and you’ll find fresh fruit and vegetables, flowers, dyes, and more among the locals’ offerings. Pisac’s Sunday Market is also a great place to photograph Quechua Indians dressed in traditional clothing and even get a glimpse of local elders as they arrive at the church for a mass in the Quechua language. You’ll also find some pretty special gifts for friends and family back home.

After lunch, we’ll make our way to the Inca ruins above town. Best-known for their agricultural terraces, the Pisac ruins also boast a ceremonial center, temples, and spectacular views of the Urubamba Valley below. After our visit to Pisac, we’ll make our way to Ollantaytambo and check into our hotel, taking some time to rest and relax.

Day 4 – Monday, May 14

This morning we’ll explore the quaint village of Ollantaytambo, the best example of Inca city planning, featuring narrow cobblestone streets flanked by Inca granite walls. Inhabited since the 13th century, “Ollanta”, as the locals call it, is located in the shadow of the Ollantaytambo Ruins and represents the only place where the Incas won a major battle against the Spanish conquistadores. Here you’ll climb the ruins’ terraced hillside, visit its temples and housing complex, and enjoy panoramic views of the town below and the Urubamba Valley.

In the late morning, we’ll hop a train to Machu Picchu, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the best-known archaeological site in the continent. Our 90-minute train ride will take us through the spectacular river gorge as the Vilcanota River cuts its way down toward the Amazon. Our ride ends in Machu Picchu Pueblo, formerly known as Aguas Calientes, a small village with a funky vibe that serves as the base for visitors to Machu Picchu.

While our bags are transported from the train station to the hotel, we’ll take a bus to Machu Picchu—the fabled Inca city that was never found by the Spaniards and virtually forgotten until its “rediscovery” in 1911. Inside the citadel, you’ll spend some time photographing the site’s many ancient temples, housing complexes, plazas, tombs, baths, and more.

In the evening, you’ll have some time to relax at your own pace with dinner at one of the restaurants near the hotel. Warning: This is not a night to stay out too late…

Day 5 – Tuesday, May 15

This morning, we’ll be up early to catch the very first bus to Machu Picchu. You’ll get to experience the awe-inspiring beauty of Machu Picchu at first light from the famous overlook offering the “classic” view of the ancient ruins. After a full morning of exploring and photographing Machu Picchu, we’ll take the bus to Aguas Calientes to explore the local streets and grab some lunch.

In the evening, we’ll return to Cusco and relax at the hotel. 

Day 6 – Wednesday, May 16

FREE DAY. In the late morning, we’ll meet for our final photo review, followed by a presentation on how to get your work published in magazines, with tips from Efrain on how to find magazines, how to approach them, how to submit your work for maximum impact, and more.

After, you’ll be free to explore Cusco on your own, do some shopping, explore local churches and ruins, or simply relax at the hotel. Our staff will have plenty of recommendations for you if you’re looking for more activities.

Day 7 – Thursday, May 17

This morning, we’ll drive about 30 minutes to the Village of Chinchero for a weaving demonstration by Quechua women artisans. The weavers will explain how they prepare, dye, and finish the wool, how they make soap, and more. You’ll be free to photograph the entire process. Afterward, you’ll have the opportunity to buy some of their beautiful textiles directly from the artisans.

After visiting the weavers, we’ll drive to nearby Maras and enjoy lunch with a local family in their home, followed by a visit to the Inca salt mines—thousands of above-ground salt pools, dating back to pre-Inca times.  We’ll even have a chance to buy some salt from the mine while we’re there.

After our trip to Maras, we’ll drive back to Cusco, arriving in the late afternoon. In the evening, we’ll get together for our group farewell dinner (on us)!

Friday, May 18 – Departure

On this day, you’ll fly home from Peru, or extend your visit in this extraordinary country and do some exploring on your own.

Note: Schedule and instructors are subject to change.

Pricing and What’s Included in Your Seven-Day Peru Expedition

Full Price: $4,997 per person

Special Early Bird Discount: Save $250 with your Early Bird Discount when you sign up today.

The full price of this workshop is $4,997 but you’ll pay just $4,747* when you apply the $250 Early Bird Discount and register today.

If your spouse or a guest would like to join you, he or she can do so for just $4,347.

(*Note: Additional discounts may apply. You can click through to the registration form at the link below to learn more.)

Easy Payment Plan: What’s more, if you’d like to take advantage of our easy payment plan, you can register today for just $999 down.

Here’s how it works:

  • Reserve a seat on the expedition for just $999 when you put your name on our attendee list today.
  • When you do, you’ll automatically lock in the discounted workshop price of only $4,747* – a full $250 SAVINGS for you! (*Note: Additional discounts may apply.)
  • We’ll bill your credit card $999 today, and spread the rest of the payments out comfortably between now and when the workshop starts in May (one payment per 30 days).

There are no additional fees for taking us up on this easy payment plan.

The registration fee for the workshop includes:

  • Seven nights’ hotel accommodation in private rooms: five nights in Cusco, one night in Ollantaytambo, and one night Machu Picchu Pueblo…
  • Airport transfers on arrival and departure in Cusco if you stick to our itinerary…
  • Daily photography instruction including reviews and feedback from professional photographer and instructor, Efrain Padro…
  • English-speaking guide to accompany the group for the full duration…
  • Entrance fees for all sites and activities in the itinerary including two visits to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Machu Picchu…
  • Transportation throughout the excursion on a modern air-conditioned bus…
  • Breakfast daily…
  • One boxed lunch when traveling to Machu Picchu Pueblo…
  • A group farewell dinner…
  • Access to an exclusive, members-only Facebook group where travelers can ask questions, share their plans, meet one another before the event, and stay connected post-event…
  • Pre-Event Guidance from Great Escape Publishing staff, including what to expect, what to pack for the weather, equipment list, travel tips, and more.

Your Registration Does NOT Include:

  • Airfare to and from Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport in Cusco, Peru…
  • Meals not already listed above (allow $20 a day USD for this depending on whether you want fine-dining experiences or local eats)…
  • If you arrive early or stay late, you’ll need to arrange your own transfers to or from the airport at an additional fee. We can help you with this…
  • Equipment—you must bring your own camera and equipment (e.g. laptop, notebook, etc.). A tripod is recommended for night photography…
  • Tips for tour guides and bus drivers (tipping is at your discretion, but I usually budget $20-$25 USD for a great tour guide, and $5-10 USD for bus drivers).

What to Bring:

  • Your passport
  • Your favorite notebook and pen
  • Your camera
  • Spare batteries and charger (plus an adaptor and/or transformer if needed)
  • Spare memory cards
  • Tripod
  • Your laptop (if you don’t have one, that’s ok, but you’ll really find it a great benefit for downloading images from your camera and possible processing.)
  • Extra memory or external hard drive, if you have one
  • Layers and comfortable shoes for walking
  • A sense of adventure!

What to Expect

Health: As with all overseas travel, it’s recommended that you’re up to date on all routine vaccinations. These include measles-mumps-rubella (MMR), diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis vaccine, varicella (chickenpox) vaccine, polio vaccine, and your yearly flu shot.

Peru does not require any immunizations for entry, but the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends Hepatitis A and Typhoid for travelers going to Peru. You can find all this, as well as more information pertaining to health precautions such as safe food and water practices, on the CDC website.

Visa Entry/Exit Requirements: If you’re a U.S. citizen, you need a current passport that’s valid at least SIX months after the date you plan to return with at least one black page. If your passport expires before November 2018, you’ll need to renew it.

If you’re a U.S. citizen, you do not need a visa to travel to Peru for stays up to 183 days. If you’re not from the U.S., check with the Peruvian consulate for your country details.

Money:  Peruvian sol is the currency used in Peru. You’ll get the best exchange rate if you use your credit card for purchases and meals and your debit card in an ATM to withdraw cash (almost all ATMs have screens in English). Check with your bank before you leave to make sure your card will work in Peru. 

Electrical: Peru’s electrical system operates at 220 volts and has a frequency of 60 hertz. Some places in Peru will take the standard US two-prong plug, and others need a “Type C” with the two round prongs. Bring a Type C adapter (and possibly a converter) for your equipment. Almost all laptops and camera battery chargers have an electricity converter built in to the power cord (that means you don’t need a converter).

Insurance: We highly recommend insurance coverage for cancellation. This should be taken at the time you book the trip. We also recommend supplemental travel insurance to protect yourself in case of unplanned medical emergencies.


In Peru, you can expect long days with A LOT of walking—often up and down hills, on irregular stairs, and over uneven terrain. You should have the ability to walk comfortably for two miles and/or for at least an hour in these conditions.

Also, keep in mind the elevation in Cusco is over 11,000 feet. That’s higher than many mountain summits. I HIGHLY recommend arriving a couple days early to get used to this elevation.

If you are unable to keep up with the group, please understand that you might not be able to participate in an activity. If you have concerns about physical limitations, please contact a Great Escape Publishing staff member before registering. You can email us at or call (561) 860-8266.

DRESS: Generally, the weather in Peru in May is warm with highs around 70°F and lows around 50°F.  We do plan to go out and shoot at night, so do bring layers. Please plan to bring:

  • Comfortable, sturdy walking shoes for the long days out and about as well as trips to Machu Picchu
  • Sunscreen, sunglasses, and a sunhat to cover you from the harsh sun
  • Light layers as it can be chilly in the mornings and at night

Please note: Peru is a very poor country so it is dangerous (and in bad taste) to show off expensive jewelry, designer clothes, etc. There is no need for dressy clothing—it is a very casual place.

Prerequisites: All skill and experience levels are welcome, and the concepts introduced are doable by anyone.

Point-and-shoot cameras or smartphones are welcome but classes will be geared around DSLR cameras. If your camera is new, it is helpful to become familiar with it before the expedition. We’ll send you a camera basics class before the workshop begins. But, don’t worry, we will do our best to get you comfortable with your camera by the end of your time with us.

Space is limited to just 12 attendees on this trip, so I strongly urge you to sign up today. It could be years before you get another opportunity to explore Peru with such a small group of like-minded people—and, with an expert photographer (who knows this country inside and out) by your side!

So please, register here now by clicking below or, if you have any questions, call our office today at (561) 860-8266 (Eastern time zone).

P.S. If you love to travel and have an interest in photography, you have what it takes to become a successful freelance travel photographer. It’s that easy. The many successful folks who have attended one of our workshops in the past don’t do anything you can’t learn to do.

You don’t need an expensive camera and lenses. And you don’t need photography experience to get started. In Peru, you’ll get all the real-world know-how you need to turn a trip here or a vacation there into a little cash on the side… or even jump in full-time. To turn 2018 into the year you transform your life, join us in Cusco and Peru’s Sacred Valley and learn how you can pursue your dreams and get paid to do it…

NOTE: You may qualify for additional discounts on this expedition. Click below on the Register Today button for details or call our office at (561) 860-8266 to find out how much you can save.

Cancellation Policy: All our workshops and expeditions are non-refundable. If, however, you are unable to attend due to unforeseen circumstances—and you give us at least 60 days’ notice—we will be happy to apply your payment toward a future workshop, minus a $300 processing fee. If you cancel due to reasons that are covered by your purchased travel-insurance policy, we will advise the insurance company that your travel and conference fees are non-refundable.

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