Mario playing a "pututo", a traditional Andean instrument.
Day four in the Apu Ausangate Trek
Hiking to Palomani Pass
Comfort at 4350 m.a.s.l.
One of the highest lodges in the world, located at 4850 m.a.s.l.
Community-based tourism company
Preserving ancient traditions in the Andes
Our social vision is to create alternatives for sustainable development that are inclusive, and in balance with the cultural perspectives of the Andean original communities. To those ends, we have been working intensively for the preservation and safeguarding of the natural wealth, ancient knowledge and traditional ways of life of these communities.
Additionally, we’re proud to count on an operations team composed of trained community members, including guides, kitchen personnel, housekeepers, security guards and maintenance personnel. We also work with women weavers in the community, who are keepers of ancestral knowledge.