To avoid a negative impact on our local community and the environment, first of all:
- We encourage our guests to take the minimum equipment necessary for the tours
- We avoid pollution of water and air in the place we visit
- We segregate and recycle the garbage we produce in our tours and also clean any trash found on the trails
- We have zero tolerance for child exploitation and sexual exploitation.
- We avoid using plastic.
- We offer camping tours in nature, avoiding using electricity to reduce carbon emissions.
When visiting local villages, we encourage guests not to bring candies or cookies for local children; it is best to donate books, pens, or other valuable materials. We have to support social projects directly; one is a library we help with the Internet. The children will access information and modern technology; our project is located in Cachiccata.
Future of travels in Peru and the world
Our goal is to become a green tour operator with minimum or zero carbon emissions. Peru is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world, from the high mountains of the Andes to the lush green inferno of the Amazon.
We have protected areas all over Peru:
And several reserved areas to protect flora and fauna. At TreXperience, we organize tours to many of these places and manage our tours to minimize the harmful effects of this activity.
TreXprience Commitment to sustainability
• We have regular training for our porters, chefs, and tour guides on safety, security, recycling, and new regulations.
• Water is the most important resource in our lives. We have strict policies on water waste and pollution
• Peru is one of the countries with the most biodiversity globally, and we are responsible for protecting them by reducing water, garbage, and air pollution.
• We have contributed to many local non-profit organizations and organized voluntary services in several local communities.
• We are committed to achieving excellence in all operations. Our goal is to become a leading environmental protection company and support local communities.
Responsible tourism is important