Imagine a family trip to Peru. A natural territory like no place else, full of diverse ancient cultures with a history like no other, which calls the world’s travelers to live the experience of their life. That is why the Land of the Inkas is such a special place to explore with your family and discover together the unimaginable diversity of wonders that it hides. But why is it so special as a family destination? Because children from all ages will find endless sources of learning in its nature, culture and history, strengthen their values to appreciate and respect their surroundings while living an experience that will remain in their memories.
And, best of all, they will do it together with their family through fun, adventure and interaction with people from different cultures. Bring them to surf spectacular waves on the coast and then learn to prepare a ceviche, then take them do sandboarding and explore one of the driest deserts in the world on a buggy, go up to the Andes and get closer to the sky as never before to see the wonderful Andean communities and the fascinating prehispanic archeological sites and at the end go down to the Amazon rainforest in search of wildlife in the most biodiverse place on the planet.
However, in Peru you will find increasingly more people engaged with conservation, so we ask you to be a RESPONSible traveler and respect our nature, our culture, our people, and help us keep improving as a country. That’s why there is RESPONSible Travel Peru, to add to your travel experience our planning experience and above all, to minimize the environmental and cultural impacts of your visit. On the contrary, we are committed to our travelers to help the leave a positive mark for conservation and sustainable development of our country, creating experiences like staying in a community with a local family with children of the same ages as your children, in which you will help them improve their quality of life through an enriching experience in every way.
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