"Responsible People Foundation" means the beggining of a change. Once a social enterprise starts running, the impacts start seen and multiply within the community. We believe that tourism can be the greatest method of wealth distribution, and we’re out to prove it.
Trip without plastics
06 November 2018
When you travel it is as if the world stopped and nothing that happens in it matters. You are enjoying every minute of travel that the rest passes to the background.
On this occasion I want to talk to you about a topic that usually goes totally unnoticed in travel: Trip without plastics.
Have you ever wondered, how many plastic containers do you use on a daily basis while you are ...« read more »
Machu Picchu Tickets
13 September 2018
Getting access to the Archaeological Park of Machu Picchu is not as simple as it seems, but it is definitely not very difficult. Regulated under the administration of the Regional Directorate of Culture (Cusco), if you want to get a ticket, you must book it through its website.
In addition, once you have made your reservation official, you will have a maximum of six hours to go to the offices ...« read more »
Responsible Travel company
10 September 2018
Responsible people is an responsible travel company, involved in responsible tourism in each of the trips. We want to ensure a sustainable tourism for the next generations that allows Cusco to continue growing and offering spaces of nature and archaeological attractions to all our visitors
According to our point of view, the considerations to take into account "responsible travel company" in our country as well as in any other should ...« read more »
When is the best time to hike the Inca Trail?
05 September 2018
The Inka Trail that leads to the famous Inka citadel of Machu Picchu in Cusco, is one of the most popular and well-known excursions in Peru. The walk from Kilometer 43 groups a series of Inkas archaeological remains incredibly preserved. Along the route the natural landscape is impressive, with incredible views of snow-capped mountains and the cloud forest.
Visitors from all over the world come to Peru, not only to ...« read more »
Endangered Machu Picchu
03 September 2018
The next time you scroll through the pictures of your friends in Machu Picchu, on Instagram, Twitter or Facebook, and see beautiful views of the Inca city surrounded by mountains; know that in many cases, there are dozens of people behind that isolated photo waiting for their turn to obtain a photograph of that same place. The fame caused by Instagram and other platforms and social media has helped ...« read more »
Wildlife of the Sierra
02 August 2018
The Andes of Peru have been heavily populated by wildlife for thousands of years, In Inca times all types of Andean wildlife enjoyed a form of protection, and although periodic hunts occurred, these were few and the privilege of the ruling class. After the Spanish conquest and the breakdown of the Inca infrastructure, wild animals were hunted indiscriminately and consequently suffered a population decline which was further advanced by ...« read more »
Salkantay Trek Guide
31 July 2018
The Salkantay Trail is an old alternative path to the Inca Trail, along the route you can see beautiful landscapes with ecological diversity of flora and fauna, an excellent trekking route for adventure-loving travelers. Also this excursion is denominated as one of the alternate routes to reach the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu.
This hike takes its name from the magnificent Nevado Salkantay, a natural work belonging to the Vilcabamba ...« read more »
Daily Life in the Andes
30 July 2018
The route to most villages in the Andes is a narrow, graded-earth road, in the winter baked concrete-solid under the fierce dry-season sun, in the summer awash with torrents of rain, slick with mud, narrowed or closed by rock-slides. These roads wind tortuously through the mountains, making complicated switchbacks up and down thier flanks or following deep river valleys. The vehicles that ply them, the means of transportation readily ...« read more »
How far in advance do I need to book the Inca Trail
13 July 2018
How far in advance do I need to Book the Inca Trail? Usually all adventure travellers ask this question. How long in advance you need to book? - 6, 5 or 3 month or 1 year in advance?. The Inca Trail is the most popular hike to Machu Picchu and the most famous of the world. On 2019, the Ministry of Culture and Sernanp created the new regulations and ...« read more »
Nazca Lines Mystery
11 July 2018
The Nazca Lines mystery with centuries of history still remains unresolved today. Why are they there? What meaning do they have? What was its function? How old are you? Were the Nazca really the ones who made them?
Though the Nazca Lines are difficult to see from the ground due to their enormus size, some can be seen from nearby hillsides. It´s widely believed that the lines were first properly ...« read more »