Rural Community Tourism in Peru

Condor Travel has helped implement a community-based rural tourism project in Andean communities. Read more about it here: SustainableTrip.org Blog. Advertisements

Exploring the Ancient Adobe City of Chan Chan

In northern Peru, half way between the Pacific Coast and Trujillo is the largest pre-Colombian adobe city in the world, Chan Chan. The city, which dates back to approximately 850 A.D, was the administrative, religious and political capital of the Chimu State. At its height the city covered more than 20 km of sacred and … Continue reading

In the Land of Glaciers and Blueberries– El Calafate and the Parque Nacional los Glaciares

In the heart of Argentinean Patagonia at the end of Route 40 lies El Calafate at 50º20‘ latitude, the gateway to some of this country’s most amazing natural wonders. El Calafate, meaning blueberry in Spanish, is home to around 25,000 people and nearly 1000 species of birds and unique geographical features including steppes, valleys, mountains, … Continue reading

Uruguay by Boat: Tigre to Colonia

Uruguay has always intrigued me as a destination. In Australia we hardly hear anything about this country or its people. So when we heard that it was only an hour’s boat ride away from Argentina, we hopped straight on that ferry… Only we took the more complicated route. To get to Uruguay there are basically … Continue reading

What is Responsible Tourism?

Responsible tourism, is the new buzz word in the tourism industry that is gaining importance with travellers, tour companies and governments alike. You may call it sustainable or ethical tourism, eco-tourism or simply just nature tourism. Call it what you like, on one hand it’s about showing respect for the environment and the people where … Continue reading

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