Why you should travel with us?

We operate all our Eco adventure trips ourselves. There is no middleman.

We keep our groups small to ensure personalized service and attention to details. Our tours always emphasize and respect the unique ecology, nature and the people of Peru.

We are an entirely local company that operates without compromising the people, the culture, and the ecology of each region we visit.

We provide the best services and equipment. Because of our experience of over 20 years, we understand what our guests need for every trip whether in the mountains, on rivers, or in the jungles.

We practice the most conscientious sustainable and responsible eco-tourism.

We have local people working with us in remote tour areas where we hire regional experts and support local suppliers for what we need along the way. And we bring you to only the best places, we design the most interesting itineraries, we offer the most delicious food, and our services are tailored to your needs.

Unlike many other tour operations, Peru Ecoadventures’ all-inclusive pricing supports ecological, environmental, and social responsibility in every way, on every tour. This assures the comfort and safety of all guests and safe working conditions, fair wages and respect for all porters and staff.Peru Ecoadventures prices include all arrangements as well as all gear and guide services.

Only Peru Ecoadventures’ outstanding guides can plan and host your most memorable adventure ever.

Reserve your next adventure with confidence at Perú Eco-adventures and Cultural Trips. You won’t find a better tour operator anywhere in Peru.

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OUR TESTIMONIALS

Hi Peruecoadventures and cultural trips and guide Alvaro!
It sure seems strange sitting in my office at College of the Mainland writing an email to you in such a beautiful part of the world!! But I really wanted to let you know that you guided us on the best trip of our lives so far and we really are grateful for that!!! You have such a special spirit about you… maybe it came from all of your trips to Machu Picchu. But you should know that the experience of that hike that you share with sooooo many people really has an effect on our lives. And it is very obvious that you put your whole heart and soul into it!!!
Yesterday afternoon it was about 90 degrees outside so John and I got on floats in the canal in our backyard and just talked about how much we enjoyed the trip. Thanks for all the good info. that you shared on the trail, for the great meals, the tour of Machu Picchu, the band at dinner and the dancing, communicating for us, your encouragement on the trail,… We will have to join you on another trip some day!
Love,
Maryann

Maryann Urick
USA

Hi Alvaro, Made it home. It was a long 1 1/2 days to get back, seemed to take FOREVER. I had wanted to say a few things to you before you left the airport, but it never seemed like the right time, what with all of the rushing and confusion and so many people standing around us. I had finally found my words but never got the chance to use them. Oh well, such is life. Mostly I wanted to tell you that I think you have a gift and I would not like to see you give up your dream. You took such good care of Lois and me, it was amazing, really. Not many quides would put that much work and energy into two middle aged women! I can’t imagine what kind of trip/journey we would have had if you hadn’t been the one quiding us. Thank you! I sat next to a gentleman on the plane who was also returning from Cusco and Machu Picchu. When I told him all of the things we had done, he kept saying. “we didn’t do that, we never saw that!“ You really did show us a lot. I am writing this also so that you don’t get the last word or have the chance to disagree with me!. ha ha. Thanks again, your friend, Mary

Mary Lukes
USA

Hello, Alvaro and staff,guides,porters,cooks,mules and horses wranglers,drivers. It is exactly one week since we got back from Peru, and I still cannot help thinking about the fantastic multi-sport trip that you guided us through. The rafting and cycling combined with archeological visits was a great idea. But the trek was probably the most challenging and memorable. You were right: the night sky at Salkantay Pass was spectacular, as was the view of the snow-capped peaks in the moonlight.

My only regret is that I did not bring an extra coat to put over my fleece and thermals so that I could stay outside longer to enjoy the constellations and Milky Way. We want to thank you for being such a great guide and staff and performing a few miracles for us. Bob still managed to complete the trek even if his shoes fell apart on day 2, thanks to the rope tying expertise. To cope with the shoe-related delay, you managed to get us into a small homey campsite nearby to avoid having to trek several more hours in the dark. And at Machu Picchu, you got us tickets to go into Wayna Picchu even though they were sold out. Lastly, you were always with your antenna out, and your mind was always recomputing, with thoughts on how to make our trip better. I could almost hear you think! So I was not surprised that you heard about the sudden landslide on the train tracks way before it was announced to the passengers, and we were able to immediately get off the the next station and rent a vehicle, instead of being stuck for hours. Amazing! And after all this, we are now friends, and hope you will stay in touch. We certainly will recommend you to all our friends and hope to return some day ;-). Abrazos, Viva

Viva Banzon
Miami

I am one of the people who was with the Women’s Travel Group during Christmas. I want to let you know that we all thought that you were an excellent guides team. Your knowledge and enthusiasm really made the Cuzco/Machu Picchu part of the trip fun and interesting. In fact, I think that you are the team who we will use to judge all other guides. I think I would like my next trip to be more physically challenging. There is a Womens Adventure Travel site on the Web that sounds interesting. I don’t know when I will come back to Peru, but if you have any interesting tours that come up, please let me know. I enjoy the natural world as well as the history of its people. Thanks for your great work!

Susan Cooper
Canada

Hey Peruecoadventures and cultural trips, This is Ty from the 4 day Macchu Picchu trek. How’s it going? Just wanted to write to say thanks again for the enthusiastic and well informed trip. Anyways, keep up the good work and hope your next trips go well. Drop a line when you get a minute.

Shelly
Venezuela

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