United Mice


United Mice

United Mice - a tour operator, was run by an experienced Inca Trail Tour Guide and it has developed a top-class image over the years. The United Mice offers excellent trekking services with English and Spanish speaking Guides while having mid-range prices. They have been operating the Inca Trail for almost 30 years while being highly recommended by many guidebooks as well as by the South American Explorers Club, Lonely Planet and Frommer's!

 

Why Choose United Mice?

  • One of the leading trek operators in Cusco since 1990.
  • Top-notch English and Spanish speaking Tour Guides.
  • Entrance fees to main attractractions are included.
  • They are commited to the Andean communities, which we are trying to help to, and from where our Porters come from.
  • Fairly treated Porters.
  • United Mice is truly aware of environmental sensitiveness and strives for the nature´s protection.
  • They have trekking groups of up to 16 participants.
  • United Mice caters for any food restriction
  • Their hikes includes all meals (excepting the first breakfast and last meal, which are usually provided in their participants´ accommodation prior/post their trails).
  • Drinking water since the second day of a hike to fill up participants´s water containers.
  • Daily afternoon tea.
  • Clean and/or new quality brand camping equipment (4 season tents with a capacity for 4 persons, but used only by 2 persons).
  • Comfortable sleeping foam roll matts.
  • Oxygen bottle and a first aid kit provided at every hike.
  • Tourist trains and/or private transport.

What United Mice Operates?

If you are already decided to travel to Peru and Cusco and you have chosen United Mice for your trip, book it via Responsible People and United Mice will donate to our projects. We can offer you some discounts on hotels, tours and restaurants too. It does not matter if you travel with a group or as a solo traveller. In addition, you will make a good deed by supporting a needy, mountain community. Please help us to help!

 

Should you have any query or you like to book, please do not hesitate to contact us at travel@responsiblepeople.org.

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