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Lake Life in Perú

Lakes are great tourism destinations, not to mention essential water sources for mountain ecosystems! Perú is a wonderful destination for exploring lakes; it has over 12,000 lakes and lagoons, including Lake Titicaca, the largest freshwater lake in South America. Lake Titicaca is the birthplace of the sun according to Andean mythology and was created by massive […]

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Sustainable travel for development

Sustainability Report 2015 – Project Cordillera A new report by the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), entitled “Sustainable Tourism for Development“, illustrates the power of the travel sector to provide a central pillar for sustainable development in the 21st century. Many developing nations point to tourism as a priority means to greater economic welfare, […]

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Tourists: Where do we fit in?

Held high in the Cordillera Blanca, you feel a strong sense of everything being linked.  People and animals living in harmony with the living earth, surrounded by the ancient mountains.  Cavernous valleys envelop you with equal parts of foreboding and peace.  It’s easy to see why in many cultures, mountains are revered as Gods.   […]

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Mountain tourism in Ancash, Peru

Mountain tourism in Ancash, Peru Just how important is adventure mountain tourism to the local economies of Peru – find out here.

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