After your delicious breakfast at your Hotel in Cusco, our guide will pick you up in our private vehicle through the crops growing in the fields, such as potatoes, Andean corn, cereals like kiwicha, Quinoa, as soon as we get to Patabamba we will receive a friendly Andean welcome. This community is know for their dedication to the preservation of the iconographies of Andean textiles. To travel to the community of Patabamba and participate in two immersive workshops that will teach you about the daily life and customs of this region. Begin your adventure with a textile actitivity in which women will welcome you and introduce you to the art of weaving, unlock the tricks to wool shearing, spinning, washing, dyeing, and weaving from local experts. After the welcome meeting with the settlers, they will take us to the edge of cliff of 800m, where we will have the best view of the sacred valley. On our way back we´ll pick up different flowers and plants to dye our cloths and then we will see how they make the Pachamanca with potatoes, lima bean, plantain, cheese, chicken and lamb with an ancient technics. Pachamanca means in Quechua (Pacha – earth / manka – pot) is a traditional Peruvian dish based on the baking, with the aid of hot stones the earthen oven is known as a huatia of lamb, mutton, pork, chicken or guinea pig, marinated in spices. Also other Andean products are used for the preparation, such as potatoe, green lima beans of habas, sweet potatoes, occasionally cassava or yucca, and humitas (sweet treat) as well as ears of corn, tamale and chili. However, before leaving the Patabamba community, you will have the great opportunity to purchase textiles hand-woven by the women of Patabamba to bring home. Browse their one of a kind blankets, ponchos, chullos, and more and learn the different meanings behind the traditional iconography they feature and then return to Cusco. Afternoon and after enjoyed the delicious Andean food, we will return to Cusco and dropped off at your Hotel.