Machu Picchu, Inca Trail, and Leadership Development Program

August 23 to Sept 2, 2015

This Adventure/Experience is tax deductible

Experience Peru and the Magic of the Inca 

 with World renown Leadership Consultant and 7-Summits climber*, Werner Berger and author, entrepreneur and JetNetting diva, Heshie Segal

* Werner is the oldest person in the Western World to have climbed to the roof of each continent (the 7-Summits), including Mt. Everest.

“It was the most magnificent experience of my life…. OMG it was incredible! Werner, I bet you’d be surprised how often I do think of that trip … when you hike those trails, you know you can do and get through anything! Love and hugs.” –Mary Pougnet, ON

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  • Amazon Jungle Experience
  • Leadership Development Program July 12 to July 24, 2012

Who is Werner Berger

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                    Enjoy Peru and the Amazing Inca

                                                              – with Werner and Heshie

Every once in a while, it is important to join together in  the realm of the immeasurable,  for, as we all know, this is where the real essence of life is       found!  ….Werner Berger                                              


Amazing Peru, the land of the legendary Inca’s, is one of the most spectacular countries in the world. It is made up of three (3) extremely different regions:  the Coast (Pacific), the Mountains (Andes) and the Lowlands (Amazonian headwaters).*

You can only marvel at the bustling cities, the endless Andean mountains and the unfathomable Inca Ruins. Unfathomable indeed, literally in every sense of the word.

Come with us to a place of pure encounter, which can  exalt your spirit, so when you return home you carry with  you another perspective and an awesome vision of  how joyous, exhilarating and fulfilling life can really be.

How does anyone take 1000’s of huge boulders (many 100’s of ton in size and more), and carve them so precisely, that when placed together, it is impossible to find enough space to insert even the thin blade of a pocket knife? With our modern day equipment, diamond tipped saws and laser tools, it would be a mammoth, if not impossible task. Seeing is still not believing; you can only observe in amazement, awe and stunned disbelief!

Leadership Development

You’ll be moved by the leadership activities and the profoundly transformational experiences. As a consequence you will be challenged to examine your own limiting beliefs, reaffirm your own magnificence and return with greater clarity and an elevated sense of knowing. See Menu Item: Leadership Dev.

A Touch of History          

Dramatic Annexation in a Short Time

The Inca Empire was the largest empire in pre-European America, with the city of Cusco as its administrative, political and military center. The Inca started their expansion in the 13th century through conquest and peaceful assimilation within Western South America. Huge sections of Ecuador, Bolivia, Argentina, Chile and Colombia were all annexed prior to 1533. Within a few years of the arrival of the Spanish Conquistadors the Inca world collapsed, leaving us with stunning edifices of their remarkable culture and accomplishments.


Amazing Art and Science

Although there were many local Peruvian forms of worship they mostly had one aspect in common; they considered all the world to be sacred and alive. The Inca leadership favored the worship of Inti—the sun god—even though cults like  Pachamama had a strong following. The Inca King was considered to be the child of the sun. On the Inca Trail you will still see locals still spilling the first drops of a drink onto the earth, in reverence and as a gift to Pachamama, Mother of the World, before they take a drink.


*1It is the third largest country in South America, with wonderfully friendly people and a population of just under 30 Million. The bulk of the inhabitants are indigenous Indians (45%) who mainly live in the mountainous regions. The Metizo’s (locals mixed with Spanish blood) comprise about 37%, with 14% white and the remainder Asian and Black.

Optional Additions: Amazon Jungle and/or Lake Titicaca

Ask Werner about how to add either of these trips while you are in Peru.

…..* Remember to book your flight to Cusco (all international flights arrive late afternoon in Lima. We pick you up at the airport, take you to your hotel and bring you back to the airport the next morning to continue on your flight to Cusco)
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