The J.O.Y. Codes Journey Peru

March 14 – 21, 2020
8 days/7 nights
Cusco – Sacred Valley – Machu Picchu

March 21 – 22, 2020
2 days/1 night
Optional Excursion to Rainbow Mountain

Discover the magic of the Sacred Valley as you unlock your J.O.Y. Codes – the Journey Of You! Explore ancient Andean sites, relax in the magnificent rooms and gardens of Willka T’ika Essential Wellness Spa and delve into Codes to help you create more JOY in your daily life.

This Sacred Valley journey will for for Ladies Only


There will be one group transfer from the Cusco airport to our lovely hotel conveniently situated off the historic Plaza de Armas. If you do not arrive with our group, please take a taxi within the airport to our hotel. Adele will help you organize this, so visit with her about your planned flight arrival time. Please plan to arrive in the morning, relax at our hotel, have a quiet lunch, and drink local tea to help you easily adjust to the higher altitude.
Note: Please arrive into Cusco no later than 11a.m. to acclimate to the 11,000 ft. altitude. 

Korikancha Temple in Cusco

3:00 p.m. Meet Adele and our local guide in the hotel lobby for a brief orientation meeting. Late afternoon walk through the cobblestone streets of San Blas, where our guide will point out fascinating Incan stonework en route to the Korikancha Temple, the holiest site during Incan times. 

6:30 p.m. Adele invites you to a delicious Peruvian Welcome Dinner. (D)

DAY 02: SUNDAY, March 15

A.M.  After breakfast our bus takes us to the awesome giant stones of Saksaywaman, overlooking the city of Cusco where we will participate in a brief meditation and if you choose, hike around this magnificent Incan site.

Continue on to the Incan ritual fountains at Tampumachay. “Where there is water, there is life.”  Participate in a ceremony to honor Yaku, the spirit of water, to open your body’s energy centers and activate and enhance your individual creative and healing forces. A traditional coca-leaf ceremony invites us to tap into the energies of Pachamama, Mother Earth.

P.M.  Lunch at a café of your choice, near the main square in Cusco.

Mysterious Moray Circles

2:00 p.m. Depart for Willka T’ika, in the heart of the Sacred Valley, and drive through spectacular Andean mountain scenery; en route stop at the beautiful and mysterious Moray Circles

Continue onto to Willka Tika to check-in.  After a brief introduction by the guide and Adele, the Willka T’ika Quechua staff will welcome you to the retreat center, and help you schedule time for Andean spa services. You will have time to unpack, relax and enjoy the lush gardens. (B.D)

DAY 03: MONDAY, March 16

A.M.  We begin today with Yoga to support a day dedicated to Pachamama, Mother Earth. After a delicious, organic breakfast we will have an introduction to the Seven Chakra Gardens and attune to their energies. Today will begin the introduction to The J.O.Y. Codes – the Journey of YOU and how this relates to the splendors of Nature. You may schedule your individual coca-leaf reading today with the authentic pakko, Qero healer visiting from the high Andes.

Willka T’ika’s Magical Spiral Garden

 1:00 p.m.  Wholesome gourmet vegetarian lunch. In the afternoon, we will continue our discussion of the J.O.Y. Codes and afterwards, you may choose to indulge in Andean spa treatments.

Andean Offering and Transformative Fire Ceremony

Coca-leaf readings continue from the morning. After dinner, enjoy an Andean offering and transformative fire ceremony with our high level pakko. The ceremony serves as a wonderful preparation of mind, body and spirit for our pilgrimage to Machu Picchu. (B.L.D)

DAY 04: TUESDAY, March 17

A.M. An ayni day. Welcome the sparkling energies of the day with a drive through the Sacred Valley to a Quechua mountain school, one of five supported by the nonprofit Willka T’ika Children’s Fund.

Since 1995, Willka T’ika has maintained contact with dedicated school teachers in isolated high mountain communities where few tourists are privileged to visit. In a reciprocal ayni exchange, the group offers an activity the children can enjoy. The warmth and joy of the children, and their openness in bringing guests into their daily lives are special moments not easily forgotten. Visitors always are humbled and deeply moved by this heart-opening morning. Bag lunch while enjoying the Andean landscape.

P’isaq Ruins

P.M.  Continue with our guide to the spectacular ruins of P’isaq. Overlooking impressive Incan terraces, we will hike to the Temple of the Sun, a doorway to the upper Andean world of the Condor, messenger of the Gods. You may join a group meditation or walk slowly in a silent personal vision quest to open the third eye.

Return to the main square of P’isaq by bus and visit the famous, colorful market filled with woven goods, jewelry, wall hangings and hand-painted beadwork. Enjoy café or tea in the market square where you can observe colorfully dressed campesinos wearing traditional clothing coming to barter and sell their produce. P’isaq is a photographer’s dream. Return to Willka T’ika with time for a late afternoon garden meditation before dinner. (B.L.D)

DAY 05: WEDNESDAY, March 18

 A.M. Early breakfast. Tourist train to Aguas Calientes. Tea/coffee and snack served on train. A bus takes us to the sunlit terraces of Machu Picchu. Enjoy a fabulous guided tour of the ancient “City of Light.” Experience a journey through the masculine energy temples of political and spiritual power, followed by a deep reconnection of feminine earth energies within the Divine Self.

Machu Picchu – Jana Stanfield with Adele, 2011

P.M.  In the afternoon, take a gentle hike to Inti Punku, the original Incan Gateway to the Sun or to the Incan bridge. Late afternoon train back to Ollantaytampu where we will transfer to Willka T’ika in time for a late dinner. (B.L.D)

DAY 06: THURSDAY, March 19

A.M. Visit the ceremonial site of Ollantaytampu and its famous Sun Temple. In the quaint picturesque town, Willka T’ika recommends enjoying lunch at a well-known restaurant “Heart Café” which supports local communities. 

P.M. For the more active, a ride to the Maras Salt Flats is offered with a one way gentle down-hill hike back to Willka T’ika.

Alternately, guests are also welcome to stay at Willka Tika and relax, or schedule and enjoy an Andean SPA treatment, or crystal light therapy session to pamper the body. (B.D)

 DAY 07: FRIDAY, March 20

We start with Yoga to support this special day of mindfulness and integration at Willka T’ika. We will discuss the J.O.Y. Codes and how you can integrate them into your daily life. As a sojourner, you were called to the Sacred Valley. Today is dedicated to you, and offered to you as a gift. By spending most of the day in silence, to enJOY the pure, sacred energies of Pachamama in the Chakra Gardens. Feel Her embrace and allow the Divine Goddess to whisper guidance and wisdom to your soul. Receive Her divine messages, and allow them to penetrate deeply into your heart as you lovingly take them home with you.

Homemade Andean colorful dyes

Optionally, choose a guided morning hike to the town of Urubamba through farming neighborhoods, visit a typical, lively Peruvian market, a high-quality alpaca factory store and the famous Seminario ceramics shop.

1:00 p.m. Lunch is served. 

6:30 p.m. Farewell dinner with lively classical Andean Musical performance, where we can dance and laugh as we celebrate a magical week of J.O.Y.! (B.L.D)


10:00 a.m. Check-Out Time. Please note the Willka T’ika staff has to prepare the entire premises for the next incoming group, and have some rest time with their families.

For those leaving Willka T’ika today, there is time for a spa treatment, mediation or to spend time in the gardens. There will be one group bus transfer at 10:00 a.m SHARP which takes the group to the Cusco airport to connect to Lima, and flight home. From Willka T’ika, allow three hours and 25 minutes before your Cusco flight. Ideal flights to Lima that fit into this departure leave Cusco between 2 pm-4 p.m. Additional costs apply for an individual transfer for guests with earlier or later departures. Please contact Adele before you finalize your flights, as many return flights to the US are now later in the day, and we can arrange for you to spend the day here at Willka T’ika, with prior arrangements.

Return home feeling blessed with the pure spiritual energy of your transformational Andean journey-of-a-lifetime. (B)

Those going on to the Rainbow Mountain Excursion will leave early this morning to visit the mountains, then return in the evening to Cusco, spend the night in a lovely hotel and catch flights the next day.


  • 7 nights shared accommodations (6 at Willka T’ika, a world-class luxury garden Eco-Retreat Center in the heart of the Sacred Valley and 1 night in Cusco in a lovely hotel near the historic Plaza de Armas)
  • Land transportation from Cusco Airport on March 14, inclusive until returning to Cusco Airport on March 21
  • Professionally guided adventure to magical Machu Picchu, including all ground transportation and entrance tickets for the full Machu Picchu experience
  • A Traditional Andean Despacho Ceremony with our Authentic Q’ero Shaman, followed by a Traditional Fire Ceremony
  • Individual coca-leaf reading with the authentic pakko, Qero healer visiting from the high Andes
  • Three gourmet vegetarian meals most days – served promptly at 8:00 or 8:30 a.m. (Buffet breakfast), 1:00 p.m. (Lunch), and 6:30 p.m. (Dinner). Meals noted below each day with (B, L, D)
  • Fresh herbal teas are available from 6:30-9:30 a.m. and 3:30-5:00 p.m.
  • Experience the private Chakra Gardens and 1000+ year-old Lucuma Tree, which nourish the seven major chakras of the human body and “open the senses of the soul.” These Sacred Gardens are always available for registered guests.
  • All fees and guided visits to ruins, community school and local markets
  • Everything in the Itinerary as noted


  • Flights from your home to Cusco (CUZ) Airport.
  • Separate airport transfers and hotel bookings.
  • Tips, sundries and bottled beverages, laundry and spa services. (Tips suggested $100/person)


Adele Good is an adventurous traveler who spent much of her life time exploring sacred sites all over the world. Her mission is to help connect cultures all around the planet while sharing the mysteries of ancient civilizations. 

Adele in Bali, standing on a hidden site – similar to Machu Picchu

As a successful business owner for almost 40 years, she has facilitated workshops and seminars since 1996 which evolved into personal development self-discovery programs to support clients in a multitude of ways, including health and inner growth.  

After reversing several life threatening diseases, she created a healthy lifestyle which supports her travel and mission as a Professional Speaker, Coach, Author, Certified Passion Test Facilitator and Energy Healing Practitioner. 

Adele left the US in July 2014 to live in Bosnia while excavating the largest pyramids on Earth and extensively explore sacred sites in Europe, then moved to South America to live in Peru and Brazil while continuing the discovery of our ancient planet.  Since then, she has lived in South Africa and Thailand which allowed her to investigate the surrounding sacred lands of Cambodia, Borneo, Malaysia, Indonesia, The Philippines and Singapore, then returned to live again in Bosnia, Brazil, Bolivia and Peru, while planning Sacred Journeys to each of these ancient culturally rich countries.

She has created a unique program called The J.O.Y. Codes Journey – the Journey Of YOU which is a culmination of her own personal work, the seminars she held for clients on five continents and her upcoming trips, The J.O.Y. Codes Journeys, which will be held in sacred places with time for exploration of the inner-self as well as surrounding sites.  These Codes are in the process of being put into a book, which will be available by early 2020. 


Willka T’ika Essential Wellness Resort

Located at the foot of glacier-topped Andean peaks in the heart of the Sacred Valley, Willka T’ika offers guests an experience of gracious luxury and wellness in one of the earth’s most energetically charged, culturally rich settings.

Willka T’ika surrounded by millions of flowers amongst the magnificent Andes

Willka T’ika offers more than the international criteria defining an ‘Ecolodge’. 

Beautifully appointed Guest Room

Our sustainable guest rooms reflect the textures and colors of Mother Earth, “Pachamama” in the indigenous Quechua language.

Yogawasi Yoga Studio

Spacious yoga studios, cozy meditation cottages, and outdoor and indoor ceremonial areas afford spaces for personal and group activities.

Sun Garden – Solar Plexus Chakra

Willka T’ika’s magnificent healing gardens provide guests with the opportunity to relax, restore, rejuvenate and receive the powerful energy of the Andes. 

The one-of-a-kind seven chakra gardens cover the grounds with lush vibrant foliage, and are connected to each other by enchanting winding stone paths.  Meditate in the Chakra Gardens of your choice, and allow yourself time to receive the ancestral crown chakra energies beneath the 1000-year-old lucuma tree.

Each garden is designed to correspond to one of yoga’s seven chakras, or energy centers, of the human body, and is graced with sacred sculptures and stonework appropriate to the chakra represented.


Willka T’ika is a holistic haven in the Andes.

The handsome adobe-style buildings that grace Willka T’ika are constructed of natural materials sourced in the area. Hot water used on the property is solar heated. When Willka T’ika’s weekly allotment of water from the local water cooperative is not needed in the gardens, we collect it in large storage tanks for later use. Willka T’ika is one of the few Sacred Valley hotels with its own septic tanks on the property. 

The gardens at Willka T’ika have been strictly organic since their inception in 1994. The large greenhouses supplement the vegetable garden and allow us to grow our own produce year-round. Kitchen scraps and garden trimmings are composted. Willka T’ika keeps its own free-range hens for production of eggs only. 

Our sustainable practices influence the local community as well. Quechua staff members are taught how to create a chemical-free environment and grow their food organically. Staff gardeners take home seeds from Willka T’ika’s flowers and vegetables to plant on their own farms and their wives sell the flowers and produce in local markets. 

For three years the Willka T’ika Children’s Fund, a US-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit, has been equipping two mountain schools with tools, seeds, and materials needed to organically grow vegetables. In addition to our educational and assistance with providing all four schools with school materials, seminars given by our gardeners are frequently held for students in the  Willka T’ika greenhouses. Willka T’ika shares its expertise with Quechua teenagers who take this knowledge back to their isolated mountain communities. This encourages many families to organically grow vegetables to supplement their diets.

An ongoing Young Woman’s Academy to serve and assist the needs of young women in a society that does not sufficiently honor womens’ issues and rights is supported by the Willka T’ika Children’s Fund.


The cuisine at Willka T’ika is an exotic fusion of Andean, American, South Asian and African flavors.

Three gourmet vegetarian meals are served daily, using high-protein Andean grains and legumes, as well as organic, freshly harvested vegetables and salads grown on-site. We serve our own free-range eggs. Vegan, gluten free, and special dietary requests can be accommodated. 

Willka T’ika has the only 100% hormone-free and chemical-free gourmet vegetarian hotel kitchen in Peru’s Sacred Valley. The gardens are strictly organic. 

Start the day with a cup of freshly harvested herbal tea or fresh roasted Quillabamba coffee grown on staff family farms. The buffet breakfast may include homemade muesli using kiwicha and other Andean grains, breads from a local oven, omelets, and sliced fruits and avocadoes from the subtropical Machu Picchu area. Dinner may include a hearty soup, freshly harvested salad and gourmet vegetarian entrees with steamed vegetables. Meals include quinoa and kiwicha, the grain that gave Inkan warriors strength, or tarwi, an Andean legume containing more protein than red meat.

Non-vegetarians find the cuisine at Willka T’ika flavorsome, original and delicious. 


For millennia, the Quechua-speaking indigenous people of the Andes have depended upon one another for their existence.

The Quechua word for this interdependent way of living is ayni. The word ayni has no real equivalent in English. More than simple reciprocity, it means “today for you, tomorrow for me,” suggesting that giving comes before receiving.

Ayni is the thread that holds the fabric of Andean existence together. The Quechua live and work, play and pray in a world governed by the principle of interdependence. All work is shared. They help each other, knowing that at some time the favor will be returned.

Ayni also extends beyond the human community to include the earth and everything living upon it. So involved is the Quechua people’s relationship with the earth that they regard it as a being that must be nourished and protected lest it die. They call the earth Pachamama, meaning literally, Mother Earth.

Before drinking akkha, the traditional corn-based alcoholic beverage, they spill a few drops on the earth as an offering to Pachamama. They also offer her small portions of food before they eat. Willka T’ika honors this ancient way of the Andes in every aspect of its operations, from organic gardening methods to sustainable construction and water use, from staff members working together to the quality of care and attention extended to guests.


Willka T’ika offers a range of therapeutic spa treatments to restore the body. 

Professional local therapists offer Willka T’ika guests optional Andean SPA treatments, including massage and facials.

Crystal light therapy sessions and outdoor floral solar baths under the southern skies are also available. Individual spa and healing arts services may be scheduled by appointment upon arrival at Willka T’ika.

Massage styles include Andean massage, aromatherapy massage, hot stone massage and shiatsu. 

Rejuvenating Willka T’ika facials use natural products infused with ingredients from the gardens. Experience the benefits of a masque suffused with the ancient energy of fruit from our thousand-year-old lucuma tree, or with honey made from bees visiting Willka T’ika’s flowers.

Reflexology treatments revitalize the body through pressure applied to reflex zones on the feet. Our reflexology treatments incorporate the healing benefits of salt from the nearby Maras salt farms or traditional aromatherapy essential oils. 


Peru time zone is easy for Americans to adjust to as it has only one time zone and does not observe daylight saving time. During the winter (summer in the Northern Hemisphere), Peruvian Time is the same as North American Central Time, while during the summer (winter in the Northern Hemisphere) it is akin to Eastern Time.

March is an excellent month for an Andean adventure, before the tourist season begins! The weather is mild and pleasant with daytime temperatures average in the 70s°F, while night time low temperatures average in the 50s°F.

March through May (the Andean fall months) are sunny and the mountains and fields are beautifully green. Soft rains may fall at night in February & March. 

Be prepared for relatively high elevations. Approximate elevations above sea-level: Willka T’ika’s 9,420 feet, Cusco’s 11,150 feet, Machu Picchu 7,800 feet.  Adele will share easy natural ways to prepare for this high altitude before you leave home as well as once you arrive in Cusco.


You must have a valid passport to travel to Peru. Please check your passport expiration date and make sure it is valid for at least 6 months after the end date of your retreat. 

A Visa is not required for US Citizens visiting Peru.

No special shots or immunizations are necessary for visiting Peru.


Shared Occupancy $3333

Deposit of $888 due by November 15, 2019
Non-refundable, non-transferable deposit confirms your space 

2nd payment – November 30 $1222
Final payment – December 30 $1222

Registration and final, full payment deadline: December 30, 2019

Single Occupancy rooms are available for a surcharge of $750 per Person.

You may use Paypal (account or Zelle to make payments. Please contact for more details or questions.

Optional Rainbow Mountain Excursion

March 21-22, 2020
Rainbow Mountain Excursion $333 includes all transfers, dinner, shared hotel room in Cusco and breakfast. (D, B)

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