Camp Peru - Volunteer in Peru 1-3 months

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Latin America is one of the most incredible places on Earth and makes the perfect location for gap year travel. Our Peru gap programme offers fantastic variety in the areas that you will visit from the desert, deep canyons, the vast expanses of the Altiplano, Lake Titicaca and its surroundings at 3800 meters and, of course, the breathtaking glories of Machu Picchu. You will have the opportunity to live alongside rural communities in Peru and immerse yourself in the fantastic culture and incredible history.


- Spend time in different areas of the high Andes of southern Peru
- Work on important projects to improve the standard of living for rural communities
- Participate in ongoing conservation initiatives to protect valuable and sensitive ecological areas
- Live alongside traditional communities and immerse yourself in Peru’s incredible culture
- Learn basic Spanish or build on your existing knowledge
- Trek to the iconic Machu Picchu and visit Lake Titicaca

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Yes, I recommend this program

Loved it !

I loved Peru as a country and with camps you get to really immerse yourselfs in the community life of the indeginous people and truly be a part of these special communities . The people on camps with me became like a family to me over the 3months couldn't have had more fun. The great thing is you get to be part and help these communities but also get to see the amazing cities in Peru on the weekends and have the freedom to explore . I would 100% recommend you do worth while long lasting work and get to enjoy this amazing country at the same time .

What would you improve about this program?
I would add more time in Cuzco because it's such an amazing city and you need time to appreciate it . Also maybe try and add a bit more variety in the work I did a lot of plastering work .
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