Responsible People Foundation Cusco

Responsible People

The Responsible People was created to search, studying and improve the lives of the high Andean people. Help to reforestation of Peruvian cities and villages. Teach to communities save and cleaning of our rivers.

We have launched the "Responsible People Foundation" as we would like to better the lives of the Andean people. We believe that tourism can be the greatest means how to reach it. The principle of this project is that each time you participate, you contribute to various remote Andean villages, for instance, Cochayoc. Moreover, we multiply every your contribution giving our own money.

We would like to use the means to support new social projects, schools, children and single mothers to help them to improve the quality of their lives.

We have launched the "Responsible People Foundation" as we would like to better the lives of the Andean people. We believe that tourism can be the greatest means how to reach it. The principle of this project is that each time you participate, you contribute to various remote Andean villages, for instance, Cochayoc. Moreover, we multiply every your contribution giving our own money.
We would like to use the means to support new social projects, schools, children and single mothers to help them to improve the quality of their lives.

Building Brighter Future


The "Responsible People" is a registered charity helping Andean families in need.

As positive experience during childhood and adolescence in families can be a key for children´s future, we would like to break the circle of hardship. For that reason, we have decided to build bridges between people willing to help and those in need.

Along with our donators, volunteers and community partners, we find opportunities in difficult times helping those children to rise, explore and release their potential. In order to build brighter future for them, we have developed 4 programs:

Adopt a Community
Adopt a Family
Adopt a Child
Adopt a School

We believe that giving a chance brightens up any misfortune!
Booked your trip to Peru via the Responsible People. You can choose the best company for your trip. Once booked. This company will give us a donation .
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Social Enterprise in Tourism


We make use of tourism to create our projects located in highland Andean villages, to make a new social impact as well as to teach those villages about an environmental protection and reforestation.

However, the Peru’s biggest and most varied industry – tourism, may represent an effective tool to solve the issues in the same time. In planning and responsible management, tourism may be a means for sustainable development for numerous Peruvian villages and Andean communities.
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Partner Sustaining


The bellow tour operators have been supporting us during this time and we have created friendly relationships with them and they have gained our full confidence. They have been helping us to get some extra income for our foundation.
If you book your trip to Peru and Machu Picchu via the Responsible People, we will advise to the company of your choice. Your chosen company will donate us money from a selected tour.

Tierras Vivas


Tierras Vivas Travel is a highly professional trek and tour company that focuses on both young and older travelers alike, making sure everyone arrives to his/her intended destination.
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Salkantay Trek Machu


Salkantay Trek Machu is a 100% Local Tour Operator in the Inca Trail, Salkantay Trek and the best alternative hike to Machu Picchu. Come & join them in one of their trips, they promise take you to some of the most awesome.
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United Mice


United Mice was started by an experienced Inca Trail Guide and has developed a sterling image over the almost 30 years of activity. United Mice offers superb hiking services along with bilingual Guides.
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Inca Trail Machu


Inca Trail Machu have been specializing in providing a reliable, friendly and personalized service since its foundation. The staff are highly prepared and always available to offer you a personal service in Peru.
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Blog

Quechua communities in Cusco fear infections with coronavirus

25 May 2020
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On Friday, April 24, the mayor of Ollantaytambo, José Ríos Coronel, reaffirmed that the first person from the region that houses Machu Picchu died, the deceased had Covid-19.   The community member says that he spent three days with the dead man at his home. That they called the authorities, but they did not want to go up to remove the body. That the deceased was a stranger - and emphasizes ...
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Machu picchu Animals

14 May 2020
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The Inca Trail road in the sanctuary area is over 300 kilometers long, with the Route No. 01 or Km 82 of Inca Trail with 46 km (approx.) one of the most famous and well known in the world, it showing construction features such as bridges, systems of terraces and drainage, articulated archaeological multifunctional complexes built with stone founding in the area.   The Machu Picchu citadel is a sacred space, ...
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Inca Trail & Machu Picchu closing

12 May 2020
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Is Machu Picchu closing? Machu Picchu is the most familiar icon of Inca civilization and it is most important tourist attraction of Cusco and Peru. Every year, there are 3000 travelers visiting the lost city of the Incas, either by foot, by train or by car. While most visitors focus on the ruins of Machu Picchu, the landscapes enveloping it prove just as stunning as the stone ruins themselves. if ...
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Coronavirus Machu Picchu and Tourism in Peru

11 May 2020
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With the appearance of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) at the end of last year in China, Latin American countries showed different scenarios - in terms of coronavirus and tourism - as time passed and the virus spread to different parts of the world, leaving a negative impact on the sector's finances.   The tourism sector is one of those affected by the new coronavirus pandemic. In the following report of coronavirus and tourism, ...
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Salkantay Trek Devastation and Animal Exploitation

10 May 2020
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Many travelers and bloggers describe the beauty of the Salkantay Trek route. However, this blog is to describe the bad influence of irresponsible tourism as well as to give some advices.   The Salkantay Trek used to have one of the loveliest natural routes worldwide. It also has been considered as an alternative trek to the Inca Trail. Its tour operators used to bring personal tents, dining tents and toilet tents ...
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