One of the principles of Aranwa Hotels Resorts & Spas is to revalue the legacy of our ancestors. For this reason, Aranwa Sacred Valley Hotel & Wellness includes the refurbishment of a traditional house in the Sacred Valley: the old Yaravilca hacienda.
To highlight the richness of Peruvian culture, the hotel has a pre-Inca exhibition at the museum in addition to the paintings of the Cusco school in the art gallery and documentaries in the cinema. It also has a permanent exhibition of art pieces by famous artists like Jose Sabogal Peruvians, Enrique Camino Brent and Martin Chambi.
As part of the diffusion of culture, the CEO of San Pablo and Aranwa Hotels Resorts & Spas has published 4 books which demonstrate the richness of Peruvian history. In "Gods and Men of La Libertad", the author tells about the traditions of 22 religious festivals that take place in villages of the coast, mountains and jungle department of La Libertad. "The Snow Apu” portrays a range of powerful images of Corpus Christi and Qoyllur Rit'iy, two of the most important religious celebrations in Cusco. "The Virgin of Lake Titicaca” describes the colorful dances and details in which men and women show gratitude to the Candelaria Virgin, a celebration that takes place in Puno for more than 18 days. It is one if the most important festivals in the country.
He has also published "Q’eros: Sons of light", which shows the costums and traditions of the Q'eros community.
His latest book is “7 wonders of the World”, a book where he presents beautiful pictures of the new 7 wonders as a tribute in the year that marks the centenary anniversary of the scientific discovery of Machu Picchu. Its amazing photos take us to places of extraordinary architectural beauty in different parts of the world.