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Trek Peru | Social Support

TrekPeru prides itself making social support and helping the underprivileged community schools in the highlands of Peru such as Pisac, Qosqoayllu, Taray, Sillacancha, and Harin where we have spent six years renovating the schools, garden care, building new facilities, supplying school materials, photo copy machines, and computers for the children. Every year it is our mission to pick a different community school to help… Most of all we share Christmas with these humble communities by taking them a gift, panettone (sweet bread), hot chocolate and share joy and laughter with them. It feels heavenly to open up our hearts to these lovely people especially to see the beautiful children smile.
We have Students that come from abroad to share their time with our communities in Peru.
You can volunteer in conjunction with a trek or tour in Peru with us.

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March 2016 – Taray Kindergarden School in Pisac,  Chicon School in Urubamba and Cachicatta Kindgarten School in Ollantaytambo

Our staff at Trekperu and our volunteers worked weekly at these schools by making renovations, painting the schools, fixing the gardens, floors and more. We have also done reforestation planting trees. We hired workers to build a sewage system for the schools. Besides the volunteers supplied the necessary school supplies. They also had time to play with the children and share many laughs. Everyone intermingled together and had a blast. Trekperu and the the children are grateful for their support and generosity.

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December 2015 Patacancha Porter Community  (for the Inca Trail)

Trekperu visited the small community of Patacancha for a visit of the homes of our porters that work on the Inca Trail with us. We took toys for the children, gifts for the families and sweet bread for everyone. The beautiful people in these communities gathered together to share smiles and a joyous time. They were very happy and made us feel welcomed. We were together like a family feeling the warmth in their hearts.
Trekperu social support team and staff are grateful to have brought a very Merry Christmas to this community. Making Social Support with Trek Peru is a big experience.

June 2015 Cachicatta Church

Trekperu and Southwind Adventures from Colorado, USA, joined together in the venture of restoring a colonial church in the village of Cachicatta. We cleaned, fixed the benches, painted and refurbished the wood to make this colonail church presentable once again in honor of the festival celebrated in July 15 for the famous Virgen del CarmenThe dancers, the Negrillos group, who dance their popular Andean dances during the festival, also took time to assist us with the renovations of the church.

March 2014 – Sillacancha School

(close to Huayllabamba in the Sacred Valley). With the help of our wonderful volunteers from the West Island School in Canada we helped dreams come true for the children and community. With much enthusiasm the volunteers painted the classrooms and the entire school, made repairs to the roofs, floors, kitchen, bathrooms and the garden. While doing all of these repairs the volunteers still had time to visit Cusco, the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu. They worked and interacted with the students by playing games, playing soccer and volley ball. Everyone had a grand time. Thank you for your help and hard work. Soccial support Trek Peru team.


January 2024 – Restoring the Inca Trail: Uniting for Heritage Preservation in Cusco

A Day of Unity and Preservation: The Inca Trail Cleanup Experience in Cusco.

Hello, nature enthusiasts and heritage lovers!Today, I’m thrilled to share with you an inspiring story from the heart of Cusco, Peru. In a remarkable display of community spirit and dedication to heritage preservation, the local park authorities and Inca Trail operating agencies came together for a crucial mission: cleaning the historic Inca Trail.

A Gathering for a Noble Cause

The Inca Trail, known for its breathtaking beauty and historical significance, isn’t just a tourist attraction; it’s a testament to the rich history of the Inca civilization. Preserving this trail is preserving a piece of history. That’s why this recent cleanup event was more than just a communal activity – it was a step towards safeguarding our shared heritage.

Unity in Action

Participants from various walks of life gathered, armed with gloves, bags, and an unwavering commitment. The atmosphere was electric with a sense of purpose. It was a day filled with hard work, laughter, and stories. Everyone played a part, big or small, in removing debris, clearing pathways, and ensuring the trail’s natural beauty and historical integrity remained intact.

The Impact of Collective Effort

The result of this collective effort was not just a cleaner trail, but a strengthened bond among the community members. It served as a reminder that when we come together for a cause, the impact can be monumental. The participants left with not just dirt on their boots but a sense of accomplishment and a renewed commitment to environmental stewardship.

A Message for the Future

As we continue to tread on these ancient paths, let’s remember the importance of leaving no trace and respecting our natural and cultural heritage. The Inca Trail cleanup is a shining example of how a community can come together to make a significant difference.Let’s keep this spirit alive and continue to protect the places that connect us to our past, present, and future.


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