Looking to visit Peru this year?

Threads of Peru has been working with its supporter, the trekking company Apus Peru for four years now – $15.00 of each Apus Peru tour goes directly to Threads of Peru and from us it goes towards helping the women in the communities.

For this reason we always encourage people that are planning a trip to Peru to take a look at the Apus website –http://www.apus-peru.com/especially since they are now offering tours with 10% going towards Threads of Peru!

Here’s what our friends at Apus had to say:

New Philanthropic Tours to support Threads of Peru work!

Its both excting and challenging to create a good itinerary for clients.

Apus Peru try to do it every day for their clients, as we design holidays that really become “trips of a lifetime” by working with people and finding out what they are interested in.

Now, Apus Peru have designed some itineraries that are genuinely unique and bring out the best in Peru so that visitors can see a different side of Peru – while contributing to a very worthwhile cause – Threads of Peru.

If you take these tours, you will directly support the people of the Andes! 10% of your overall tour price is donated to Threads of Peru.

These new Philanthropic tours include-

Andean Culture tour.  (14 days), this tour takes you from Lima to Lake Titicaca, and then onto Cusco where you will have the chance to visit remote villages (either by trekking or transport, depending on your fitness) where Threads of Peru works.  These tours have been created so that you can visit one of the many unique festivals that occur in Cusco, and are often not known about by the vast majority of visitors.  This tour provides a fascinating insight into the culture of the Andes.

For more info – http://www.apus-peru.com/tours/andean_culture_tour.html

Hiking through the Andes

Peru Family Adventure (11 days) The name says it all – with this tour, families can take part in a whole range of adventures together, from easy downhill mountain biking, getting to know llamas and alpacas,  to seeing where honey comes from, as well as learning more about how children in another part of the world live.   While a visit to Machu Picchu is a highlight, kids often love the jungle excursions in the Amazon where they can see many beautiful native animals.

For more info – http://www.apus-peru.com/tours/peru_family_adventure.html

A biker on the trail

Adrenalin & Adventure in Peru (12 days).  This is a tour for those who LOVE challenging themselves – and what better place to do it, than in Peru?  In a short 12 day trip you can paraglide, surf, raft, hike, ride, climb, rappel, and zipline!!!   It’s a tour for those who don’t necessarily have experience, but like to learn something new, all the while surrounded by the amazing culture of the Andes.

For more info – http://www.apus-peru.com/tours/adventure_adrenalin_tour.html

Paragliding into the sunset

We hope to see you soon!

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About angiehodder

Threads of Peru is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization (ngo) registered in Cusco, Peru. The founding members represent the countries of Canada, Australia, and Peru. “Threads of Peru has been created to educate the world about the unique beauty and cultural significance of the Andean people and their textile traditions. Through the web, community tours, and international sales, we connect indigenous Andean weavers of Peru to a global market; contributing to the survival of this art form and to the health and well-being of the people that sustain it.” This is our blog where we write about our community projects and activities with community members. Our website it www.threadsofperu.com

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