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Slow Tourism: In Praise of Slowing Things Down…

Rediscover the importance of slowing things down, of giving yourself the opportunity to connect what what is around you, of advocating for quality over quantity: accept our invitation to engage in slow tourism An invitation to create positive connections Here at Project Cordillera, we pride ourselves on our social mission: transforming adventure travel and contributing to sustainable, […]

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Top Unexplored National Parks in Colombia

Discover Colombia’s unexplored national parks: we share our tips for an off-the-beaten-track adventure Colombia is a country of wonderful and beautiful contrasts; from huge Andean mountains and tropical jungle to white Caribbean beaches and magical deserts. For their protection, many of these ecological treasures are national parks and many remain unexplored. Why? Well, most are […]

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Marie’s Story: Hiking Los Nevados

It is official.  My midlife crisis has just sky-rocketed to a whole new level.  The travel bug all started with a hiking trip to Kilimanjaro in 2010, and for quite some time after my idea of travelling consisted of a tick box exercise of the latest bucket list of things to do before the grand […]

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Why you should get out of the city and go hiking

There is a big wave in travelers seeking adventure. They are going into the wild, hiking, doing meditation retreats, and other activities related to mental, physical and emotional health. What they share is this desire to “escape the city”, and all the stress that today’s life brings with it. Science demonstrates the benefits that being […]

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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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Jonas on Punta Union

Thin Air and a Steep Ascent: Santa Cruz Trek

Huaraz – starting point of several our expeditions to the Cordillera Blanca – is the capital of the Ancash region of Peru and my starting point for the Santa Cruz Trek. Unfortunately, back then I didn’t know about Project Cordillera and, in fact, I didn’t know a whole lot about trekking either. I was reading […]

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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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Bahía Solano – A Journey to the Pacific Coast of Colombia

Mateo, an extreme sports participant and avid mountaineer, was responsible for taking our small group of adventure seekers to the Pacific Coast of Colombia. On the very edge of some of the world’s most impenetrable jungle lies the state of Chocó, Colombia. This municipality stretches along the west coast of the country and is the […]

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Adventure in the Andes

New Year, New Adventures! Here’s a little film from last year’s climbing and hiking season down in Peru. We had an incredible few months in the Cordilleras Blanca, Negra and Huayhuash, working with some amazing guides as well as some incredible communities, NGOs, and others. We met so many incredible people and had some serious […]

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Expeditions seek new members

Mountaineering expeditions to the Cordillera Blanca in June, July and August, 2016, seek new…

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