On this picturesque island the people maintain their old customs, dressing in traditional clothing and doing things the old way. You will witness the millenary techniques of hand- weaving beautiful textiles.
Rural tourism is based on accommodation service which is complemented by additional services/facilities relying on the local social, cultural and natural resources, which are exploited according to the principles of sustainable development.
On the Uros floating islands you will be welcomed by natives people that will share their ancestral experiences with you.
We will visit Amantani, its archaeological remains, such as the temple of Pachatata and Pachamama, were intended as payment of the land to the Gods from the pre-Inca times.
The visitors are invited to get involved with the family activities and to see the sunset from Cerro Auki Carus, an hour and a half’s walk away.
The experience with this native community is combined with interesting walks on the neighboring islands and sailboat rides. You will capture images of the vicunas and snowed capped mountains.
Luquina Chico on shores of Lake Titicaca. Here you can hike along the shores of Lake Titicaca to observe many birds, enjoy the sunset. Homestay and meals are the best of the Titicaca.
Ticonata is famous for its spectacular views of Lake Titicaca and its round houses, built to ward off the cold.
We will visit the villages of Yanque and Coporaque. Its fountain represents an Inca and it's a reference of the conquest of the Colca Valley by this famous culture.
Sibayo, another side of Peru's Colca Canyon. This tour explores the cultural evolution of Sibayo with visits to and commentary on its most important historical attractions.
Chaparri Ecological reserve. Located in the province of Chiclayo, Lambayeque, the private conservation area covers 34 312 hectares Chaparrí and is located entirely within the territory belonging to the rural community of Saint Catherine of Chongoyape whose length is 42 421, 60 hectares. The conservation area, which is accessible to managing tours exclusively by the community and in groups of no more than 20 people not to alter the environment, offers visitors the chance to enter into intimate contact with nature.
We will visit the Porcon Farm (Cooperative Atahualpa Jerusalem), where we enjoy the Forest of Pines (artificial Peru's largest pine forest), craft workshops for men and women.
Visit the Cocachimba village and begin the walk to the waterfall of Gocta. It is the natural habitat of the emerald toucanet, hummingbirds, the Andean Cock of the Rock who is considered our national bird, the Yellow Tail Wooly Monkey, majas, night monkey.
This trekking route is made until nowadays by the same footpath where the Chavin people walked. The route is generally made using the Llamas.
Experience the culture of Vicos, a small mountain pueblo hidden deep in the Cordillera Blanca, a tropical mountain range in the central Andes.
The Tambopata Ecotourism Corridor offers the right mix of rainforest flair within proximity to the city of Puerto Maldonado.