Training courses for Inca Trail porters

November 16, 2020

In our ongoing commitment to the remote high Andes community of Qelqanca, we assist villagers in their training courses for the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu.

Government regulations in Peru require all porters and cooks who work on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu to be certified by the Ministry of Culture, Cusco’s Regional Office for Foreign Trade and Tourism (DIRCETUR) and the National Service for State Protected Natural Areas (SERNANP).

In order to ensure that those tourists who travel to Peru and hike the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu receive the best trekking service, and to help conserve and protect the many ecosystems and archaeological sites that surround the Inca Trail, all Andean Adventures Peru personnel and staff are trained in quality of service, hygiene, equipment maintenance and first aid treatment.

As part of our ongoing commitment to improving the trekking and hiking services received by travelers from all over the world who visit Peru, and to the improvement of the living and working conditions of local people in the Cusco region, every year we visit our old friends in the high Andes village of Qelqanca. In a yearly all-day initiative, our highly-trained and experienced trekking guides and camping personnel assist the villagers in their own training activities. And following the training initiative, we all sit down together to enjoy the hospitality of the villagers, and to share a typical Andean meal.

When you book the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu with us at Andean Adventures Peru, you are guaranteeing that you will receive the best Inca Trail service available from one of the most experienced travel companies in Cusco, while ensuring that local people are able to supplement the traditional incomes they receive from farming and improve the quality of life of their families.

If you’d like to experience the destinations and activities mentioned in this article, contact us and we’ll help you create your Peru vacation!

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