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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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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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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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Project Cordillera Peru How It Works

Peru: Geography, History and Culture

Before you embark on your trip to Peru, be sure to brush up on your geography, history and culture. And if you don’t already have a trip planned, you won’t want to miss our latest expeditions to this incredible, captivating country. Geography The Peruvian Andes offer a wide variety of environments. From massive glaciated peaks to […]

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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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Medellin in Translation with Project Cordillera

This Wednesday, July 26th at 6:30pm the Project Cordillera team will be presenting at Medellin in Translation. Medellin in translation is a space where language is lived through the stories of people. Our team will give a short presentation about the sustainable mountain adventures we are introducing in Colombia, the impact work we’ve been focusing on, […]

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Travel trends

Sustainable Tourism and Travel Technology | 2017 Travel Trends

The Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) recently published its 5 key travel trends and destinations for 2017, and the insights are great. From microadventures to the Azores and sustainable tourism, the report contains some useful information. Here at Project Cordillera we are especially keen on the trends n°4: Travel Technology, and n°5: Sustainable Tourism. Sustainable […]

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Development Officer | Medellin, Colombia

Project Cordillera: A Fast Growing Travel Startup and Social Enterprise 32 Hour role based in our office in Medellin, Colombia Project Cordillera, a travel startup and social enterprise, seeks excellent candidates for a Development Officer and Communication Officer role, both based in Medellin, Colombia. The paid internship covers living costs, training, a mentorship and support […]

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Communications Officer | Medellin, Colombia

Project Cordillera: A Fast Growing Travel Startup and Social Enterprise 32 Hour role based in our Medellin, Colombia Office Project Cordillera, a travel startup and social enterprise, seeks excellent candidates for a Development Officer and Communication Officer role, both based in Medellin, Colombia. The paid internship covers living costs, training, a mentorship and support for […]

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Peru VREAM

Inside Peru’s Cocaine Valley

The Guardian tells the stories of the people at the heart of Peru’s cocaine valley from coca farmers to the widow of a drug dealer. Controlled mostly by Shining Path Maoist guerrillas, the valley has been consumed by conflict for over 15 years and only shows small signs of stopping.  

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