Mullaka's Misminay

Travellers can share in the daily activities of Mullaka's Misminay villagers, such as helping with farm chores and the herding of animals, learning about knitting and weaving techniques and gaining an insight into traditional healing techniques with the use of endemic plants. They may also spend the night in specially outfitted homes with local families. Here, travellers can take their learning experience one step further by learning some rudimentary Quechua, the indigenous dialect, as well as sample some customary dishes.

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