You might get dirty! Take note that you will be working with clay.


He makes small pieces of ceramics as a hobbie and loves teaching his skills to other members of the community. Renato makes them proud because by teaching these traditions he is rescuing the culture that was getting lost in time.

Travel to the past by learning the ceramic techniques used by the locals for many years to create small pieces of genuine art. You will mold and create different art pieces such as bracelets, ornament or even musical instruments.

Take a small part of Cusco home and always remember this magical experience!

Includes: Local guide and interpreter (Quechua and Spanish) / Translator in English (optional) / Round trip transportation / Supplies for the activities.


– Snacks and water.
– Camera.
– Umbrella or Rain Coat (especially during rainy season from November to April).
– Sunblock.
– Comfortable shoes

And the best attitude!

If you want something customized send an e-mail to info@kunigo.com.pe
Price (For 2 pax): US $79.00 pax (Spanish) / US $89.00 pax (English: includes translator). VAT not included (applies only for Peruvians)
Special group rates for groups of 4+.

Cuyo Chico, Cusco, Peru


Small town located near Pisac, with houses made of adobe. Their main activity was molding ceramics and selling them, but then they realize that sharing their knowledge with the travelers and teaching them how to create ceramics was more valuable than the ceramics itself.

  • 7:50 AMPickup from hotel or meeting Point.
  • 8:00 AMThe trip begins.
  • 9:15 AMArrival at Cuyo Chico and welcome to the community.
  • 9:35 AMTime to learn about different ceramic techniques.
  • 10:00 AMWorkshop: Mold and paint different art pieces.
  • 12:00 PMTime to return to Cusco.
  • 1:00 PMArrival to hotel / meeting point.


Preserve cultural identity:
By participating in this activity you are helping communities keep their traditions alive, making them feel proud of themselves, and therefore preserving their cultural identity.

Improve communities’ livelihoods:
Part of the incomes of this activity will be used on community projects that will improve the local people’s living conditions.

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