Featured Post: Change the World… Take a Vacation

The CEO of the Adventure Travel Trade Association, Shannon Stowell, discusses what it means to travel responsibly. He gives clear insights and tips, promoting the idea that we all should travel in a way that protects nature, honors humans, promotes awe and surprise, and connects communities.  His ideas are easy to implement and could mean […]

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Peaks & Pueblos | An Immersive Adventure in Jericó

Last weekend, Peaks & Pueblos, in partnership with Project Cordillera and Colombia Immersion, completed its first 3-day tour in Antioquía. We’d like to send a huge thanks to everyone that joined us and to all of our partners who made everything possible, we had a great time and are looking forward to more trips to […]

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Treks in Perú

3 Intermediate-level Treks in Perú Perfect for 2018

Imagine waking up from the sun slowly warming your tent, the air is crisp and fresh as you take in a deep breath, filling your lungs with mountain air. As you open your tent, you come face-to-face with rugged, snow-capped mountains towering over a valley of turquoise lakes. The wild flora and fauna surrounds you […]

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A Firsthand Account of Mountain Biking the Huayhuash

The Huayhuash is a world-reknowned trekking circuit, but these three travelers decided to do it by bike and the results are this awe-inspiring video. This adventure film by Joey Schusler & Thomas Woodson is the perfect example of how rewarding, challenging, and transformative Perú can be when experienced by mountain bike. With every scene of […]

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Mountain Biking in Peru: The Ultimate Adventure

Experience Perú in a way few ever get to see: pedalling through the rugged mountain trails on your bike! Not for the faint of heart, mountain biking in Perú is one of the most adventurous ways to experience this vibrant country. Epic downhills, stunning vistas, challenging trails and probably the most fun you’ll have all […]

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project cordillera plastic world

Our Problem with Plastic: Tips for a Plastic Free World

Entering plastic into the news-feed of a search engine makes for woeful reading.   Greenpeace has shockingly stated that 8.3 biillion tonnes of plastic have been produced since the 1950s. The BBC unhappily informs me our production rate continues to accelerate; 8 million tonnes enters our oceans each year, offers the latest soundbite. The stark […]

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Adventure Travel Industry Prioritizes the UN SDGs

Sustainable practices are fundamental to the adventure travel industry, and to help guide sustainable development initiatives the United Nations has identified 17 global Sustainable Development Goals to reach by 2030. The UN has encouraged every organization and individual to take part in the movement to provide a dignified life for all people and a sustainable future […]

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Quick Tips for a Sustainable Mountain Adventure

#travelenjoyrespect 2017 is the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development as promoted by the United Nations. The UN is dedicated to raising awareness about the huge impact that tourism has on communities and the environment. Through the interactive #travelenjoyrespect campaign, travelers can share what responsible travel means to them, post photos of their adventures, […]

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Immersive Expeditions with Colombia Immersion

Project Cordillera Announces New Partnership We are thrilled to announce a new partnership with Colombia Immersion, an immersive Spanish language school based in Medellín. We’ll be working closely with their team to provide immersive expeditions here in Colombia, giving students the opportunity to improve their Spanish skills while exploring authentic pueblos and adventuring throughout the […]

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A Place Called Earth: Colombia

Explore Colombia This spectacular video of Colombia by Cameron Brown – Make a Greater Impact is a perfect example of why traveling in Colombia is always an unforgettable experience. With stunning drone shots from around Colombia, Cameron hopes to inspire people to protect these incredible, and vulnerable places. If you want to know more about the […]

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