Start your adventure by exploring Peruvian culture in Lima! If you're only spending a few hours in the city, Haku Tours offers a variety of classes and short tours that you can take part in like: cooking classes, visits to local markets, and city walking tours. If you've got a few days in Lima, then you can head out for a full day nature trek, go to the Pachacamac Pyramids Sanctuary or try boarding down some sand dunes. Best yet, proceeds from all tours and experiences support local communities and Haku's social projects.
Haku Tours is a nonprofit organization that focuses on helping the communities in Lima and protecting the environment. They are owned by Inka descendents who seek to share the true Peruvian lifestyle with people from around the world. The founder of Haku Tours, Edwin Rojas, was born and raised in Lima. He can speak English, Spanish, German and other languages and has been to over 40 different countries. He also has a Master's Degree in sustainalbe and responsible tourism, is a fully trained Amazon jungle guide, and has an official tourism certificate from the Peruvian government.
Haku Tours mission is to help improve the lives of people with less resources in the communities within Lima. The profits made from their tours are mostly used to support local families that live in the Shanty towns in Lima city, support local transport, give jobs to families in need, and aid a variety of volunteer projects and donations.
The company is owned by Inka descendents who seek to share the true Peruvian lifestyle with their new friends. They are locals who focus on offering unique short day tours in and around Lima, designed especially for those who want to experience "The Real Peru" and visit areas that most travelers miss on their trips.