El MaPi Hotel in Machu Picchu Debuts New Organic Spa

Peru's hotel group specializing in sustainable tourism, Inkaterra, has officially unveiled a new organic spa concept at El MaPi in Machu Micchu Pubelo - one of its properties under the brand 'byinkaterra'. The new Spa del Bosque is located on the top floor of the property with panoramic views of the village and the surrounding forest. 

The spa offers guests four private treatment rooms, a pine sauna, hydro massage showers, a heated plunge pool and a hydration zone. Remaining environmentally cautious, Inkaterra only uses products in its treatments that are 100 percent organic, derived from botanical extracts, as well as Andean herbs and grains. Each Inkaterra spa respects the ecosystem of its respective location, utlizing products from the property's organic farms and orchards. 

Spa del Bosque treatments include: 

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  • Special MaPi TherapyA combination of three therapies that include: a leg treatment, a massage, a cranial massage with Inca techniques, and a lymphatic drainage; a synergy of treatments intended to relax every area of stress in a tired body. 
  • Relaxation: To increase the level of relaxation, this therapy includes both a body and a cranial massage, to rest the body and mind.

  • Deep Tissue Massage: This therapy specifically works on overworked muscles, reducing stress by stretching them. The result is a general state of well-being.

Inkaterra is a Peruvian organization with over 40 years of experience in sustainable tourism initiatives. It focuses on preserving and rescuing Peru's geography, nature, customs and cultures and sharing them with the world. Since 2011 Inkaterra holds the Rainforest Alliance Verification in Sustainable Tourism, the Relais & Châteaux 2013 Environment Trophy, the 2012 Tourism for Tomorrow Award for Conservation, the and the 2012 Green Choice Sustainable Tourism Award.

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