Immense, rugged, colorful, vibrant and mystic. No one word or idea can embody a land so diverse in geography, culture and history. Peru is the destination for adventure. Whether tracking a wild boar in the Amazon Basin, dancing to salsa music in Lima, watching wheat sway in the shadow of the mighty Andes, or spying a rainbow forming above the ruins at Machu Picchu, Peru will take your breath away.
The contrasts of Peru permeate every part of the country. Despite its beauty, there are large discrepancies among socioeconomic classes and wide differences in standards of living throughout the country. Travel with us to Peru and explore this unique country, combining meaningful service with an unforgettable adventure.
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Check out some of the possible featured experiences of your coming adventure!
Tour the incredible ancient city of Machu Picchu
Tour the walled complex of Saksaywaman
Navigate the floating islands of the Uros people on the waters of Lake Titicaca
Learn new moves in a Latin dance class
Navigate the region's largest market in Pisac
Sandboard down giant sand dunes in Chilca
Hike through the Amazon jungle
Explore the Inca ruins at Ollantaytambo
Explore the capital city with a guided walking tour of historic Miraflores
Canoe through Lake Sandoval in the Amazon
Collaborate on a service project in your homestay community
Enjoy a photographic scavenger hunt of Cusco in the high Andes
My daughter’s experience in Morocco was extraordinary!! I really enjoyed seeing the pictures and hearing the stories about her adventures, but what brought me the most joy was the relationships she formed with the chaperones from her school and with Stafford and Said (Walking Tree’s Moroccan Country Directors and Program Leaders). She spoke of their characters and spirits which let me know these wonderful people went over and beyond the basics of the program. I am forever grateful for the love and care all four of you gave to her.