Cross Culture Adventures Travel To Peru
For Groups of All Sizes
We offers fantastic experiences for groups Travel. We specializing in organizes custom group travel for colleges, Spanish Club Language, faith- based organizations, families, Schools, Hikers Club, Waterfall Lover, Bird watcher, Natures Campers, Outdoors Lovers professional groups and groups for Community Service.
Our vision is to enrich your cross cultural travel experience. Immersing yourself in the culture, journey to exotic destinations, explore history,Culture, Food, Native way of Living, Education. . Travel the country with an experienced native Peruvian guide and spend the night with a host family, extend your trip and participate in community service in amazonas Peru. A portion of your Travel will go towards teaching the local children English, Art, music and More. We are not a travel agency; we are a group of Peruvians who work directly with you.
All-inclusive travel that cater to your interests, learning, and travel goals are what we do best. Your activities, meals, lodging, host-families, bus, flights, train, Hotels and even community service (if you want it) are all coordinated and included. We are small team of local Peruvians to create a safe, one-of-a-kind cross-cultural experience with your singular needs and preferences in mind. The length of tour, destination, and season are in your control so that you have a magnificent experience and make memories that will last a lifetime. We can make any change you might need during your Travel, giving you flexibility.
From Cusco to Ollantaytambo by bus, travel by train from Ollantaytambo to Aguas Calientes, Relaxing afternoon in the small town of aguas calientes. Next day early Visit Machu Picchu Guided group services, professional English - Spanish guide.
Entrances to the Cathedral, Qoricancha, Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Puka - Pukara and Tambomachay. Guided group services, professional English - Spanish guide.
Undertake the trip to the archaeological site of Pisac. Before leaving for Urubamba to enjoy a buffet lunch, the artisan market will be toured. The next stop is in Ollantaytambo. Visitors will tour the fortress of the place and then go to Chinchero. There you will visit the Tupac Yupanqui Palace and a traditional textile center before returning to the city of Cusco.
Rainbow Mountain is a day Tour to see the incredible colored striped mountains near Cusco. Early pick up from Hotel 2 meal include B/L.
The Uros, live on islands made of living reeds that float around the lake. The Uros people have been living on the lake for hundreds of years, they were forced to take up residence on the floating islands when the Incas expanded onto their land , Tours : Uros Island, Amantani & Taquile ( 2D/1N )
Enjoy the natural splendor of the Peruvian Amazon Rainforest on an exhilarating three-day tour of the Tambopata National Reserve from Puerto Maldanado. 3D/2N.
Kuelap the souther part of the region of Amazon Peru. It was built by the Chachapoyas Culture in the 6th century AD on a ridge overlooking the Utcubamba Valley
Gocta Waterfall the third highest in the world, located in the Amazon of Peru, offering a wonder walk inside the Amazon rainforest.
Sarcophagi of Karajia, funerary site of Chachapoyas culture in northern Peru, The sarcophagi were built by the Chachapoya people to house the remains of important individuals in their culture, about 600 years ago.
This Mausoleo is a true marvel of the capabilities of the ancient civilizations of Peru to create and build interesting burial places. These are small "houses" built on the side of a precipitous cliff. How the builders did this is truly amazing. These are in excellent condition and worth the hike. The trail is well developed and cared for.
The northern part of Amazon Peru, offers landscapes, waterfalls, cultures for the out doors lover, with a lot places to hikes, camp & more out doors adventures ..
Lima was founded by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro on January 18, 1535, as La Ciudad de los Reyes, or “The City of Kings.” It became the capital and most important city in the Spanish Viceroyalty of Peru.
Do you have what it takes? To Make it differnt around the World, Do Something has inspired millions of people to be active citizens with Communty Service. IS for anyone who want to take part a unique way on a Hummanity Community Service with the opportunities to have fun and make new friends while traveling, We offers for Volunteers affordable international opportunities . This is the best way to cross culture exciting experiance hands on Adventure Travel. If you are looking for a Community Service with cross cultural adventure filled with exciting adventure travel , a chance to travel to some beautiful places, encouragement for Cross Culture and emotional growth, and the opportunity to travel in a group with similar goals, then you are a perfect candidate. Becoming an integral part can produce very strong bonds, friendships that last well beyond this Adventure. Daily Spanish class with certified native Peruvian theachers, before your community service project. You'll have the Opportunity to attend school in a rural Amazon village with host Families experiancing local people everyday's lifes. Use your Spanish to communicate with others, ordering your own food in restaurants, negotiating with street merchants, and engaging in conversations with native Peruvians.Adventure programs are designed for the passionate traveler. Possible adventures available include: hikes to Waterfalls of Gocta and many more or to rural villages,, horseback riding in the mountains, camping, kayaking, biking, visit the Ruins of Kuelap this are some of the options. that you can enjoy while you are in that region of Peru, home made meals are provided by the host family the food is from the region.
We are seeking positive, energetic, and outgoing volunteers all ages who are interested in making a difference in the lives of rural Peruvians, The Program includes education, computer technology, arts and crafts, building,and Agriculture. minimum stay is 2 weeks but we are happy to discuss alternate scheduling options.
I am a native Peruvian and an experienced guide. I have been working in the tour industry in Peru, leading trips into different regions as a personal guide and with groups. My education includes Tour Business in Peru and Hotel & Restaurant Management at Berkshire Community College in Massachusetts. Since 2002, I have been running Expanding World. A principal component of our trips has been community service with cultural tours. I have seen firsthand how helping the people in the villages helps the travelers themselves grow. It is a mutually enriching experience. Also, I have taken tour groups to Cusco, Machu Picchu, Puno, Arequipa, Lake Titicaca, Nazca Lines, Paracas, and Lima. I have worked extensively with people and organizations in the tourism business with whom I have long-standing, positive relationships. This makes my trips smooth, safe, and affordable.
Currently, I divide my time between Peru and Western Massachusetts. Peru is a country filled with enchantment, and I have seen both the travelers' and the native people's lives be enriched time and again.
"In September 2017 I went to Peru with a group of ten to see Peru and to paint. Santiago Martin was our guide for this three-week trip. Santiago took care of all the details that would be expected of a travel guide. He picked us up at the airport, arranged all our transportation within Peru, arranged for all our lodging, helped us exchange our money, and organized our sightseeing adventures. What made this a trip of a life time were the things that Santiago did that allowed us to really get to know Peru and the Peruvian people in a way that I think few tourist get to see. I left with the feeling that I really got to experience the Peruvian culture particularly during our stay in Shipasbama (and this is truly amazing since I do not speak Spanish) and the special Peruvian meal that his family prepared for us in their home. Santiago took us to a restaurant that tourist would not normally go to and walked us through a market where we sampled many fruits and vegetables that are found in Peru but not in Vermont. We also had time to do our own thing. I know that many times when we were asleep after a long day of traveling or sightseeing, Santiago was making arrangements for the next day. He did his best to meet the needs of our diverse group which at times was quite a challenge. I would be remiss if I did not mention the leadership, sensitivity, and grace that he demonstrated with our group.. if I have the good fortune to travel to Peru again, I will be giving Santiago a call."