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Before you go

…¡¡¡Earth is our homeland and sustainable Tourism is the way to go!!!….

before-you-goPeru is located in the southern hemisphere at 13 degrees form the equatorial line and has great geography, rich tradition, mysterious site and stunning biodiversity which make very important country to visit.

Sunrise Peru Trek understand Sustainable and responsible Tourism as all about helping to share some of the benefits of tourism with local people without causing negative effects on either the environment, tradition or their culture.

Local people can benefit from tourism by means of getting an increased salary which, if managed correctly, can be used to improve standards of education, improved diet and access to medical treatment. Responsible travelers can help people in many of the poorest mountain communities of Peru by following some of the guidelines for low-impact, culturally sensitive and environmentally friendly travel.

Sustainable travel is not only respecting local people and the environment, it’s about traveling with your eyes and ears open and making sure your visit has a positive social, environmental and economic impact.

 Before you go

before-you-goWe recommended you that before you go you must learn something about the countries you want to visit: culture, religion, geography, politics and local customs we strongly recommend to get a good travel guide such as: Lonely Planet guides or hand book. They are very useful before and during your staying.

Try to speak at least a few words of Spanish. You will make a big impression by doing it and it’s also a show of respect and interest on your part.

While you are there

  • You must know how to Respect local customs, traditions and culture always ask before photographing local people.
  • Pay special attention while attending church and religious ceremonies.
  • Try to support the local economy by buying local products for your grocery needs and locally produced handicrafts.
  • Never buy products made from endangered species such as coral, shells, feathers, leather or ancient artifact.
  • Don’t be obsessed with getting the lowest price when haggling. A few pence to you may be a bid deal for the seller
  • Be careful with what do you eat.