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Peru can be proud of being the cradle of the oldest civilization of both the Americas! Moreover, it is a country having one of the richest historical and archaeological heritage. This can be seen on a big number of Peruvian pre-Colombian cultures. Cusco, which used to be a capital of the Inca Empire, stands out among other cities in tourism since it offers a big variety of trips and other activities.
The nowadays Cusco is a mixture of the Inca constructions with Colonial architecture. It still keeps the majesty of the imperial city, which is comprised of history with modernity, mysticism with adventure and contemporary art with vibrant nightlife. Excepting Cusco, there is a lot to explore around the city too. For instance, you might discover the imposing architecture of the Inca complexes of Pisaq and Ollantaytambo, fill up with energy of the agricultural experimental site of Moray or feel like touching the sky at the New Wonder of the World - Machu Picchu.
In addition, you may participate in many adventurous sports around Cusco or in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. For example, trekking, mountain climbing, kayaking, horseback riding, river rafting, mountain biking, zip-line, canopy walk, etc.
The “Responsible People” foundation cooperates with the top tour operators of the Inca Trail, Machu Picchu and Peru. Such a collaboration makes trip and trek´s prices more affordable. We offer discounts on hotels, restaurants, tours as well as group trips or solo travels.
When you are already decided to visit Peru and Cusco, book with us please. In this way, you will support a poor community in the Andes. Furthermore, you will have an opportunity to be given a discount by any of our supporting partners. Each reservation helps us to develop our projects having a direct impact on the community that receives tourists.
The following companies are our supporting partners as well as they belong among the top-valued tour operators on Lonely Planet and TripAdvisor:
Alpaca Expeditions, Llama Path, Tierras Vivas and United Mice.
To learn more about each of them, please click HERE.
Huascaran National Park
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In the Cordillera Blanca, the highest tropical mountain range in the world, Mount Huascarán rises 6,768 meters above sea level, which gives its name to this park. Its deep ravines furrowed by numerous torrents, its glacial lakes and its varied vegetation form a group of spectacular beauty. This site is home to animal species such as the spectacled bear and the Andean condor.
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Leymebamba Museum in Amazonas
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The Leymebamba Museum was inaugurated in June 2000 as a result of the need to generate the technical and environmental conditions for the investigation, conservation and preservation of funerary bundles and other archaeological materials recovered by the Mallqui Center in the Laguna de los Cóndores within the framework of of the emergency project carried out in 1997. The construction of the museum is the result of the management of ...« read more »
Revash Mausoleums in Amazonas
14 April 2023
What do these collective graves mean? Why did the Chachapoyas build them on the rocky wall of a steep ravine? And their colors? What do the drawings mean? Why do some tombs have a gabled roof, is it to protect them from the rain?
Archaeologists say that these mausoleums are replicas of the houses where the inhabitants of the area lived.
The truth is that the questions remain open and the ...« read more »
The gothic world of Quiocta's caves
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Enter the depth of a cavern that houses cave paintings and skeletal remains. This beautiful secret of the deep jungle extends 545 m into the interior of the earth. It is entered through a cave five meters in diameter. There, figures and shadows, as well as millions of years old stalactites and stalagmites, captivate the gaze of visitors.
In this underground world, curious figures sculpted by the centuries, water and ...« read more »
National Reserve of Salinas and Aguada Blanca | Arequipa
17 March 2023
Arequipa has innumerable tourist places. One of the best is the Salinas and Aguada Blanca National Reserve, which this year celebrates its 39th anniversary as a Protected Natural Area. It is appreciated and cared for by locals and tourists. It presents an extreme biodiversity and provides environmental services to more than a million people in the country. Its beauty also places it as an important destination close to the ...« read more »