The people of South America are an integral part of our team. This means that when you purchase a trip with us, you can ensure that you’re directly supporting the livelihoods of the people in our destinations.
Travel can be a positive, powerful force in the protection of ecology and ways of life. By placing economic value on vulnerable environmental and cultural heritage, you can promote conservation while also gaining meaningful experiences.
Our company’s exploration initiatives in South America build critical awareness to promote tourism development and put economic value on vulnerable natural and cultural heritage.
THE GREAT INCA TRAIL
Beginning in 2016, our founder and chief explorer Nick Stanziano embarked on a quest. Walking for thousands of miles with a team of llamas across the Andes, he sought to revive the dormant spirit of the Qhapaq Ñan, also known as the Great Inca Trail. His efforts continue to bring awareness and promote the conservation of this forgotten jewel of the Inca Empire.
You can follow along the expeditions as they happened every day in the team's electronic travelogue below.
Great Inca Trail to Huanuco Pampa
Indulge in the adventure of a lifetime when you hike a pristine section of the Great Inca Trail, a 25,000-mile road network widely regarded as one of the …
Starting from $3,690 per person
Great Inca Trail to Vitcos
Tick two incomparable Inca highlights off your bucket list on this 9-day Great Inca Trail to Vitcos Expedition. First immerse yourself in melting pot of …
Starting from $3,590 per person
Great Inca Trail to Ingapirca
The 7-day Ecuador Great Inca Trail expedition will take you far off the beaten track to explore tracts of ancient Inca highway that very few Westerners …
Starting from $2,590 per person
Great Inca Trail to Pariacaca
Come face to face with two of the Incas’ most astonishing feats of engineering on this 11-Day Machu Picchu and Pariacaca adventure. First you’ll delve …
Starting from $6,990 per person