At Explorandes, we have a strong commitment with social development and natural conservation. That’s why, we worked always with native communities, whose activities have been marginalized from the modern economic system. We found out out that tourism can use local resources and labor in a healthy-sustainable way. That’s why we developed these three projects, in association with our friends and partners from the native communities of Amaru and Umasbamba in the Sacred Valley, and Llachon, in Puno. So, we want to invite you to enjoy a lifetime experience with the native communities, sharing their traditions and culture, but also supporting an alternative and better way to develop, and at the same time, preserve our natural resources and cultures.