Wayra Ranch at Sol y Luna. A Sacred Valley lunch with a view (do you see the foal?) Housed within Sol y Luna’s Wayra ranch and open to the public, the relaxed day into evening eatery was built for three simple purposes: to eat, to drink and to love. Fantastical murals and sculptures by Federico, their artist often in residence, finish these high, vaulted spaces made homey with local terra cotta tiles and stonework, hand-painted artisanal woodcarvings by Peruvian master Jaime Lievana and commanding wood burning fireplaces in both the Dining Room and Lounge. Andean cuisine honoring the wealth of naturally organic ingredients first harvested in the bountiful Sacred Valley by the ancient Incas.
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