Camp Peru 2 Months

The ultimate Peru experience. Mighty mountains, deep canyons, bustling cities, floating villages, vast lakes and Machu Picchu. Need we say more? Make a real impact on the communities that you'll be living and working alongside by working on projects that will improve their quality of life. Get stuck into work refurbishing primary school facilities. Build greenhouses, plant seeds and saplings, and carry out workshops on healthy eating for the local children.

Trek for a few hours to Cruz del Condor to take in the unbelievable scenery and spot the world's largest flying bird, the condor, soaring above you. The vibrant bustling cities of Cusco and Arequipa are yours to explore. A visit to the markets to pick up some Peruvian handicrafts is a must, as is sampling some traditional Pisco Sours. The 4 day trek to Machu Picchu is a once in a lifetime adventure. You'll trek the Salkantay Trail to the amazing World Heritage Site. There's also a visit the man made floating islands of Uros, a vibrant community living on islands made purely of reeds.

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The impact you will make


Toilet Building Project (Moray)

Toilet building (Moray)

The small rural community in Moray is extremely poor with no basic sanitation or sewerage. We are helping to construct toilet blocks in each of the houses in the village, providing families and vulnerable elderly residents with proper sanitation facilities.


Community Development (Titicaca)

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The communities surrounding Lake Titicaca remain some of the poorest in Peru. The remoteness and inaccessibility of this region means that there is little or no help available from surrounding regions. You’ll help by continuing to build community facilities such as a restaruant for the community so that they can recieve a sustainable income from passing tourists.


Community Development (Colca)

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The small community near Camp Colca sits on the edge of the mighty Colca Canyon at 3,600 metres above sea level. Due to its remoteness and relatively harsh environmental conditions, the community here is very poor. We have a number of ongoing project initiatives within this community and you could be helping with anything from primary school development to building guinea pig houses.

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What people say

Jansen, Annelise
The month I spent at Camp Peru ended up being the best month of my life - I wish I had stayed the extra two months! This trip will challenge you and help you grow... Annelise – Peru
My favourite thing about Camps has to be their enthusiasm to get you stuck in to as many adventures as possible. Dan – Peru

Camp Colca

Camp Colca is a wonderful camp set in the heart of a humble and friendly community on the edge of the great Colca Canyon, the world’s second deepest canyon (and only by a couple of metres!).

This very special location is peaceful and offers you a feeling of space and remoteness. The camp’s elevated position (3,600m) offer spectacular views and encompass some big sweeping landscapes, from the surrounding alto plano desert, to Inca terracing and huge jaw-dropping mountain ranges.

The village is very charming, with little adobe buildings everywhere and donkeys strolling along the dirt roads. Camp Colca is sure to transport you to another world making you feel like part of the community in no time.

Location: 200 km (5 hours drive) from Arequipa Airport

Accommodation: Traditional buildings & tents with comfy mattresses & bedding (including thick blankets!). Flushing toilets, cold showers & sinks

Power: Mains electricity. US standard plug / European round 2-pin plug

Phone Signal: No

Meals: Three healthy, well balanced and tasty meals a day e.g. toast & cereal for breakfast; stew with veg for lunch/dinner & fruit

Signature dish: Alpaca en jugo – Alpaca cooked in fruit juice

If you’re feeling brave: Try Sangrecita – a powdered black pudding!

Social: Chill out zone with fireplace


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Camp Titicaca

Camp Titicaca arguably offers the most spectacular views of any camp. Located on the shore of lake Titicaca, the world’s highest navigable lake (3,800m above sea level), you’ll be rewarded with gobsmacking views of the lake and surrounding mountains from your accommodation the minute you wake up!

The camp itself is situated in the heart of this small and charming lakeside community where you’ll get the privileged opportunity to spend time with the Aymara people – one of the world’s most ancient civilisations – and learn about their extraordinary way of life.

Location: 380 km (7 hours drive) from Cusco/Arequipa Airport

Accommodation: Brick & adobe buildings with comfy mattresses & bedding. Flushing toilets, warm bucket showers & basins

Power: Mains electricity. US standard plug / European round 2-pin plug

Phone Signal: Yes

Meals: Three healthy, well balanced and tasty meals a day e.g. toast, omelette for breakfast; fish with veg for lunch/dinner & fruit

Signature dish: Chicharron de trucha – Lake trout, battered & fried

If you’re feeling brave: Try algae from the lake!

Social: Chill out spaces with wood burning stove, camp fire, volleyball court, lake beach


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Camp Moray

Camp Moray is situated on a beautiful high plateau (3,600m) close to the world famous Sacred Valley of the Incas.

This unique wilderness camp gives you a true taste of what it’s like to live in the Andes, with spectacular mountain views across the valley and a real feeling of space and remoteness, allowing you utter peace and a chance to get away from it all.

Location: 50 km (2 hours drive) from Cusco Airport

Accommodation: Tents with comfy mattresses & bedding. Flushing toilets, warm bucket showers & basins

Power: Generator (between 06:00 – 10:00 & 16:00 – 20:00). No power sockets

Phone Signal: No

Meals: Three healthy, well balanced and tasty meals a day e.g. bread & cereal for breakfast; chicken with veg for lunch/dinner & fruit

Signature dish: Cuy dorado – guinea pig

If you’re feeling brave: Try the above!

Social: Large social/dining tent, camp fire, volleyball court


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Camps legends

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One of our awesome Camp Leaders in Peru, Percy will have you raring to get stuck into project work and encourage you to push yourself out of your comfort zone. He’s a  great character to have around, always making people smile. You’ll certainly be sad to say your goodbyes!

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Day to day - Sample itinerary

Day 01-02

Welcome to Peru

Welcome to Peru! You will arrive into the ancient Inca city of Cusco, where you will be met by a member of our Camp Peru team and taken to your accommodation in the city. You will have a couple of days to relax, acclimatise to the altitude and explore the bustling city. Cusco has some great bars and restaurants and is a very popular stop for backpackers from around the globe.

Day 03

Camp Moray

Today we head to Camp Moray which is approx. 2 hours from Cusco. Camp Moray is set in The Sacred Valley, boasting some seriously impressive views.

Day 04-08

Project work

Projects here are varied but largely focus around the local primary school. You will work with us on a number of initiatives to improve infrastructure and provide safe and productive learning environments for local children. You will also have the opportunity to teach English.

Day 09

Chill out in Cusco

We head back to Cusco early to enjoy another day in the beautiful city.

Day 10-15

Project work

Back to Camp Moray to finish up on projects.

Day 16-17


We then travel across to the very beautiful city of Arequipa. At some points on the journey the road reaches an incredible 4900 metres in altitude. Arequipa has a lot to offer with historical sites, museums, great bars and restaurants.

Day 18

Colca road trip

Today we kick off the epic road trip (approx. 8-9 hours) to Camp Colca. The journey across the Andes is absolutely spectacular.

Day 19-22

Project work

Our project work here focuses on improving infrastructure at local schools. In addition, you will be working in collaboration with the wider community on a number of micro finance initiatives designed to promote sustainable livelihoods.

Day 23

Cruz del Condor

3-4 hour Trek to Cruz del Condor to view the magnificent condor bird (the largest flying bird in the world). The viewpoint over the canyon is truly breathtaking.

Day 24-27

Project work

Back to projects at Camp Colca.

Day 28-30

Chill out in Arequipa

We leave Camp Colca and head back to Arequipa for a few days. You have some time to chill and enjoy the city.

Day 31-36

Camp Titicaca

Today we hit the road and head to our stunning Camp Titicaca! We are working on a number of community initiatives at Camp Titicaca including primary school development, a greenhouse initiative to promote nutrition and food security and ICT lessons for school children and other members of the community.

Day 37

Uros floating islands

Boat trip day taking in the amazing man made Uros floating reed islands and lunch on Taquille.

Day 38-48

Project work

Back projects at Camp Titicaca.

Day 49-50


We head to the beautiful city of Cusco. The next day will be spent getting ready for Machu Picchu. We will deliver a briefing to let you know exactly what to expect from the next five days.

Day 51-55

Machu Picchu trek

Tick off that bucket list.

Day 56

Farewell meal

Last minute shopping in Cusco and a final meal with your team.

Day 57

Departure day

We will say our final goodbyes before transferring you to Cusco Airport, a few hours before your departure.


What's included

Pre-travel support from dedicated UK team
In-country support from dedicated local team
In-country transfers
All project costs and materials
Machu Picchu trek
Cruz del Condor trek
Orientation and language lessons
24-hour emergency support
Camps t-shirt

don’t forget… flights, travel insurance, visas and vaccinations.

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