Peru is undoubtedly one of the most diverse countries on Earth. From its northern beaches to archaeological pearls, and a blessed megadiversity in pristine areas of our Amazon Jungle, Peru is teeming with exciting places to visit and things to do. The authenticity of its local communities with cultural values, its rich history, and a delightftul gastronomy only add to the alure. Once visitors are here, they really feel at home. Tour guides are not guides anymore, but local friends that show you around the best of the country. Here you have a chance to disconnect from everything and venture into an experience of a lifetime that will get you to the most iconic and less explored areas that Peru has to offer.
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Sacred Valley, Cacao/Coffee Farm, and Machu Picchu Tour
If you would like to share a unique experience with a local family during your stay in Peru, and love coffee and/or chocolate, then look no further than this tour! You'll visit families in the jungle of Cusco that are members of a local cooperative to learn about the arduous work that goes into coffee or cacao production.
Enjoy the Sacred Valley of the Incas, and discover the magnificent Incan constructions at Pisac and Ollantaytambo. Then visit a local coffee farm and family who will teach you about local agriculture, principally coffee production.
Located in a 200-hectare private reserve within the buffer zone of the Tambopata National Reserve, Refugio Amazonas is a beautiful 32-bedroom lodge that gives you an immersive rainforest experience. It's a perfect escape for adventurers, nature lovers and families.
What if you could take the most incredible trip of your life while leaving a positive impact on the people and places you visit? This was the idea we had when exploring local communities in Costa Rica producing our documentary film. We've been working ever since to connect amazing travel experiences, local communities, and conscious travelers like you!
Watch our award-winning documentary film that inspired our company Lokal. The tropical rainforest of Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula contains 2.5% of the world’s biodiversity on less than one millionth of the planet’s surface. Its incredible natural beauty has caught the eye of the tourism industry and the planned construction of an international airport threatens to transform the region forever.