Community Tours in Peru
Peru’s landscape can be tricky to navigate, which has allowed for pockets of distinctive cultures to develop over the centuries. In Peru’s rainforest, native tribes still lives off the land. Lake Titicaca has islands that provide homes to tiny groups of natives, who have lived on the lake since the time of the Inca. Traditional communities live in the villages that dot the highlands of the Andes. Craft markets offer places for visitors and locals to gather and see the weaving, craftsmanship, and musical traditions of the indigenous Peruvian people. During your travels, take a cooking class, or try some of the chocolate or coffee that Peruvian artisans make from quality local ingredients.