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The Source is located a scenic 75-minute drive from Cusco and its renowned archaeological sites such as the Sacsayhuaman temple and fortress. UNESCO World Heritage Site, Machu Picchu, is relatively close by. Nearby local villages offer opportunities to admire Spanish-influenced architecture and artistry, while the mountains cradling the Sacred Valley provide the perfect setting to trek among spectacular scenery and center yourself.

Just a short flight from Lima, the capital of Peru, Cusco is the largest tourist destination in the country due to the breathtaking views, ancient archaeological sites, unique heritage and of course, Machu Picchu. Cusco was the site of the historic capital of the Incan Empire and was declared a World Heritage Site, along with Machu Picchu, in 1983 by UNESCO.


After leaving Cusco en route to Machu Picchu you will pass through the Sacred Valley, the heart of the Incan Empire. Filled with archaeological sites and snow-capped peaks, it is the perfect blend of natural beauty and man-made wonders. There are many sights to see as you make your way through the valley including Pisaq’s archaeological sites and local market, the Lares hot springs, Maras salineras, the archeological sites of Moray and Ollantaytambo, and many more. The Source is conveniently situated in the heart of it all.


Positioned at the base of a waterfall and at the end of a winding road above the local town, you can be as secluded from or connected to the area as you wish. While the local towns cater to many typical needs, Cusco is close enough to access larger stores and amenities. The new international airport will be easily accessed via Urubamba.

A fusion of rich cultural heritages, Peru is full of adventures and beautiful natural treasures. It’s all simply waiting for you to come discover it.

Group of people at base of waterfall
Flight over the Andes
Aerial view of lodge with valley backdrop
Machu Picchu
Plaza de Armas Cusco
Peruvian girls and alpaca
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