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Tourism in one of the biggest activities of enjoyment around the world. However, this can come at a cost. If tourism is done without responsability it can cause many negative effects to the environment and, in consequence, to the community. That is whay the concept of ecotourism is gaining popularity very quickly among the travellers of...
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[:en]Not only is Cervecería del Valle the perfect pit-stop to wet your whistle on the way back to Cusco after a day of adventure in the Sacred Valley, but this watering hole is also a buzzing destination stocked full of award winning beers on tap, a delicious seasonal food menu complete with unbeatable views and...
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Trekking is a well loved outdoor activity and one of the most popular touristic pursuits in Peru, drawing many devotees daily to our Andean Mountains from far and wide. This enjoyable pastime is favored by all walks of life; from the young to the old, as long as you are willing and able, there are...
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[:en]The Explorandes Team are thrilled to announce we have once again passed the rigorous auditing process to prove we are a company that meets the highest sustainability standards in the tourism industry, and as such have renewed our Rainforest Alliance Certified status. The evaluation examines 3 critical areas of management: environmental, social-cultural and economic. The...
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[:en]We have just a few requirements for our Explorandes guides, many of which encompass our commitment to sustainability and the environment. The rest include keeping our guests safe and taken care of throughout their journey in Peru as well as inspired with background information and insider knowledge about the sights and cities they’re exploring.  ...
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[:en]Tucked into the Tambopata National Reserve in the Peruvian Amazon near Puerto Maldonado, Refugio Amazonas is quite truly what its name reveals. After several hours of tramping through the dense jungle and muddy trails on a guided jungle walk, the warm and welcoming wooden pillars and arches of Refugio Amazonas beckon through the tree cover...
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