Mission & Vision
We would like to become a foundation, which can create an opportunity to take part, learn and grow for each Andean native community, family, child and youth, inside of their own environment while reaching their full capacity.
Enable Andean communities, families, children and youth to connect with suitable opportunities in order to build hope for lifelong changes and to break the vicious circle of poverty.
Building Brighter Future
The "Responsible People" is a registered charity helping Andean families in need. As the life can be hard if you do not have enough money to cover only the basic necessities. For instance, housing, energy or proper nutrition. We know that the reality of life of many Peruvian families is that they have hardly enough to pay for their absolutely basic needs.
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!
Inca Trail permits
18 January 2019
If the 2019 limit was set to travel to the Inca Trail, you must make your plans as soon as possible. Book your Inca Trail permits 2019 online 6 months in advance. There are only 500 spaces available per day, approximately 200 are assigned to tourists and 300 to porters, cooks and guides.
If the number of spaces is exhausted, you will have to choose another date. If the permits ...« read more »
Inca Trail Porters
18 January 2019
Every day, five hundred of people do the Inca Trail. They usually complete the 43-km trail in 4 days. For most of them, the trip is their lifetime experience and fulfillment of their personal ambitions. The satisfaction of having completed the trek and visiting the spectacular Incan city of Machu Picchu is hard to beat. Although, this feeling is even better if you know that all porters helping you ...« read more »
Wildlife of the Sierra
17 January 2019
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 »
17 January 2019
In recent years, the increase in awareness of the impact of our activities on the natural, economic and social environment has extended to the form of tourism, which has led to the emergence of a new way of traveling called responsible tourism.
Responsible travel seeks to contribute to the maintenance and protection of the patrimonial, cultural and natural assets of the destinations with the ultimate goal of promoting sustainable development ...« read more »
Trekking in the Andes
16 January 2019
The great Andes mountain chain stretches the entire length of the South American, and made up of dozens of individual mountain groups known as Cordilleras.
In Peru, these snow-capped peaks have been the source of superstition, frustration and inspiration to mankind for thousands of years.
And modern-day outdoor enthusiasts have found that walking around mountains is as much of a thrill as climbing them. For these trekkers, Peru is a paradise.
Mountain ...« read more »