WTM London, 5–8 November 2012. Peru Pavilion, South hall, stand LA 300. Andean Lodges Camino del
Phone +51 84 224 613
Apu Ausangate S.C.R.L.
Mobile +51 84 984 770 974
José Gabriel Cósio 307,
+51 84 251 578
Contact: Juan Carlos Flores Rodriguez, firstname.lastname@example.org The High Andean communities of Chillca and Osefina, together with the rural and community tourism company “Camino del Apu Ausangate”, have created a hiking route lodge-to-lodge, in the vicinity of Mount Ausangate, situated East of the city of Cusco. In partnership with the indigenous communities, this initiative offers a hiking experience at an altitude of over 4,800 m above sea level, with incredible landscapes, a great variety of flora and fauna, and the warmth of the communities’ inhabitants, which will turn your adventure in the Andes into an unforgettable experience. Accommodation is provided in the form of four comfortable mountain lodges, which are all operated by sustainable and environmentally-friendly means. Thanks to their contribution with labour, land value and the construction of one of the lodges, the communities of Chillca and Osefina now enjoy a business partnership, holding 20 % of the company’s shares. Benefits that are generated are used to improve their inhabitants’ education and livelihood.
WTM London, 5–8 November 2012. Peru Pavilion, South hall, stand LA 300. Giardino Tours Calle Jerusalén 604 – A, Cercado Phone +51 54 200 100 Arequipa
+51 54 242 761
Contact: Lourdes Perez Wicht, email@example.com Giardino Tours is one of the leading tour operators in Peru with 17 years of experience of operating mainly in South Peru. For Giardino Tours, tourism means sustainability, a genuine Peruvian experience and sharing traditions and daily life with local people. This year, Giardino Tours has started a new hands-on experience: during your visit to the Colca Canyon a villager will take you to his home environment and you will spend half a day together; working the field, harvesting, feeding animals, preparing the lands, etc. This is a way of getting a little closer to the reality of life in the Colca Valley. You will be able to share and embrace the villagers’ daily lives by getting closer and supporting the family economy. Apart from visiting one of the world’s deepest canyons, delight in the condors flight, wonder on the wonderful terraces, mountains, South American camelids and breath-taking landscapes.
WTM London, 5–8 November 2012. Hotel Fundo San José Av. Circunvalación s/n
Phone +51 12 745 974
Pampa del Carmen
Mobile +51 19 982 88 612
La Merced, Chanchamayo,
Junín www.fundosanjose.com.pe Peru Contact: Marlene Iannacone Oliver, firstname.lastname@example.org The Hotel Fundo San José is an eco-lodge and a paradise for those who look to enjoy the beauty of the exotic tropical jungle. The 10 bungalows are surrounded by virgin forests and fields of orange trees, where guests will experience the magic of the Central Rainforest of Peru. Large and comfortable sitting and dining areas offer fantastic views and give the perfect atmosphere for enjoyment and relaxation. It is an unforgettable experience to wake up listening to the varieties of birds and to explore the flora and fauna of Peru’s High Jungle. Fundo San José lodge is in the heart of a 40 hectare private ecological reserve, in La Merced, one of the most privileged landscapes of Peru. The car drive from Lima provides the most exciting experience as you witness the beautiful sceneries of the Sierra and Selva of Peru. For more than six years, the Lodge has been pioneering sustainable tourism in the Central Selva Corridor and has actively involved the neighbouring Ashaninkas communities.
WTM London, 5–8 November 2012. Peru Pavilion, South hall, stand LA 300. Cajamarca Travel Jr. Dos de Mayo
+51 76 340 670
Street Nº 574
+51 76 368 642
Cajamarca email@example.com Peru www.cajamarcatravel.com.pe
Contact: Perla López Vargas, firstname.lastname@example.org Cajamarca Travel is a tour operator mainly operating in Peru’s northern travel circuit, which includes sites in the regions of Tumbes, Piura, Lambayeque, La Libertad, Amazonas, San Martín and Loreto. The northern Peru travel circuit features sites of great natural diversity and wildlife-rich areas where numerous native species of birds, orchids and others flora and fauna can be observed. Cajamarca Travel is not only operating in Northern Peru but also provides its outstanding services to its customers travelling in the Southern part of Peru. Cajamarca Travel is committed to sustainable and fair tourism and supports rural communities within their field of operation through training, donation of medicines, and coordination of development projects, among others. Their sustainable development plan includes services provided by rural communities that foster inclusive tourism. Whenever possible, they will use biodegradable, reusable, recycled or recyclable products to minimise waste from their operations.
WTM London, 5–8 November 2012. Peru Pavilion, South hall, stand LA 300. Andean Origins Bernardo Tambohuacso 207,
Phone +51 84 254 853
Of. 101, Wanchaq
Mobile +51 84 984 908 966
+51 84 254 853
Contact: Mario Canessa, email@example.com With Andean Origins you can discover the most beautiful and, in many cases, least known sights in the Peruvian Andes. Enjoy trekking along ancient Inca trails in what was once the core part of the great Andean empire. Andean Origins is a Peruvian tour operator that has specialised for decades in active cultural, historical, adventure and natural tourism. It is following a strict sustainability policy towards environment, culture and society. With a team of six experienced employees, the company offers to its clients tailor-made itineraries. Andean Origins’ head office is located in Cusco with a branch office in Lima. It is the company’s objective to offer its clients ecological and socially responsible tourist services, satisfying their needs and providing them with unique benefits to create an unforgettable life experience.