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Inca Trail Clean-Up Campaigns

Inca Trail Clean Up Camping Alpaca Expeditions amazing  realize inca trail clean up campaigns, Green Machine Green Machine, the super men who make up our team of guides, cooks and porters along the Inka Trail and alternative treks that we offer, took a few days last month to give a bit back to our beautiful Andean…

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Wakatinku town Kids

New Social Projects with help Alpaca Clients Alpaca have a social projects In keeping with our commitment to enhance the lives of the native people who help to support Alpaca Expeditions, and our ongoing Social Projects in the community of Wakatinku, we have another successful event to report! Our goal is to collaborate with Andean communities to…

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Christmas with the Children of Kiswarani Village

Christmas children Kiswarani Village For many years these villages have been forgotten by our Peruvian government, especially those villages located in the middle of the mountains which do not even have access to cars and people can only arrive by horses. We consider that our region Cusco receives more than a Million tourist per year…

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teacher in wakatinku alpaca expeditions

Teacher for Wakatinku high school Cultural Sundays by Alpaca Expeditions “Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world.” Nelson Mandela Project Objectives: To establish the importance of the history that preceded us. To enhance the values and cultural identity of the new generations. To facilitate mechanisms that guarantee equal opportunities…

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Our Inca Trail Porters First Visit to Machu Picchu

They are from the community of Wakawasi located in the Lares Valley – all of them native Quechua-language-speakers who had never been to Machu Picchu even though they had trekked the Inca Trail hundreds of times. Wakawasi porters were the most organized and responsible porters in 2014. In total there were 65 people who went…

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teach safety tours with alpaca expedition travel agency

By Lisa McClendon Sims The Inca Trail is closed for maintenance during the month of February which gives our busy guides the opportunity to do some additional training and community service projects. In addition to Culinary Classes for our chefs and a Beautification Project on the Huchuy Qosqo Trail this month, our guides all met…

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Que a Trees Project women

Queuña Trees . Earlier this year we started a social project by supporting the 204 children that live in this area (and come from as much as 2 hours away to attend school) with school supplies and some basic hygiene items such as soap and toothbrushes. We promised to come back and help them with…

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