Join Global Family Travels in an incredible journey to explore the culture and society of contemporary Peru. Peru's civilization is the oldest in South America and although it is well known for being the heart of the Inca Empire, the country was also home to many diverse indigenous cultures long before the Incas arrived.
On this 11-day trip to Peru, you will learn about the ancient history of the Sacred Valley and be welcomed by the diverse Peruvian people who take pride in offering incredible services and experiences to visitors that include traditional foods, celebrations and festivals. You will also have the opportunity to learn from our of non-profit partners, Manos Unidas and Awamaki, and engage with the communities they serve.
Travel by train to the Incan ruins of Machu Picchu, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the Seven Wonders of the World
Learn firsthand about the Quechua community through our impactful and intimate community visit.
Explore and visit the Patacancha indigenous community and learn about traditional weaving
Engage with and learn from our non-profit partners who help improve the quality of life of individuals with disabilities and empower rural women with skills-based education and vocational skills.