Southern Peru harbors a magnificent millenary heritage that matches its unique archaeological richness and amazing natural wonders. This treasure resides in the country's people and within the timeless Andean communities that still live today by the rules and knowledge of their ancient predecessors, passed down through generations, full of color and life.
Today, this richness can only be found in few communities, the last keepers of a unique way of life that will soon be lost forever.
Sharing: a concept oriented to the traveler
Incredibly stimulating and completely authentic living-culture tourist projects have been recently organized in Arequipa, Lake Titicaca and Cusco, under the auspices of the Peruvian government. Here, concerned and insightful travelers are welcomed, able to observe and participate with local communities who are keen to share their homes, their food and their special ways of life with the world.
From learning ancestral weaving techniques to kayaking on the highest navigable lake in the world, these towns provide the traveler with exceptional experiences and adventures amid the majesty of the Andes.
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