TreXperience Peru

A 100% local tour operator based in the City of Cusco that aims to maximize the positive effects of tourism on local communities and the environment - Trexperience adds unique local, cultural experiences to iconic adventures around Peru to create truly memorable experiences.

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Style

Active Adventure and Cultural Immersion

Price

Mid-range

Location

Mountains

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Speaks: Spanish and English

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Why Lokal Recommends TreXperience Peru

Background

Business started in 2016| Locally Owned with 100% local staff

A Unique Story

Trexperience was started by Juan Carlos and Tom Coronel who grew up in Urubamba. After working as porters with other tour operators, they decided to start their own company to fix some of the problems they saw in local tourism. They are committed to hiring local staff (including porters, chefs, guides, suppliers) and involving them in a sustainable business model that benefits everyone. Their philosophy is to “leave no trace” in every single place that they visit, and encourage each and every one of our staff, guides, and guests follow principles to preserve these magical places.

Community Connection

In order to support rural communities, TreXperience hires workers from nearby villages, like Paru Paru, to become porters, chefs and guides. The business also takes pride in being one of the only local tour operators to hire women for these roles that are traditionally only offered to men. They are striving to achieve gender equality in their operations and encourage changes in Peruvian tourism.

They also directly support social projects in Sacred Valley communities, including a greenhouse that produces/donates vegetable and native plants, and a small library with internet, so our children will be able to grow up with the modern technology.

Environmental Engagement

TreXperience regularly organizes community cleaning campaigns to combat the pollution of the Urabamba River. Also, this year they've already completed activities in the community of Cachiccata - planting native trees, and helping get clean water. They also ensure that their guides and porters follow best practices for recycling and cleaning up all trash during tours.

Culture

TreXperience works with Andean healers in local communities to include traditional ceremonies and spiritual experiences on their treks. By introducing travelers to these traditions in an authentic way, they are helping to preserve them for the future.

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