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Walk among the locals in Peru. Photo by Sepsis13/Flickr

Sustainable travel: How to support local communities and economies in Peru

Follow our tips to ensure your trip to Peru is a moral and sustainable one.

Outside of Huaraz, Ancash, Peru. Photo by Stéphane Vallin/Yunka Trek

Green path: How to trek responsibly

From day hikes to the long haul of the Inca Trail, check our tips for how to trek responsibly.

Rachel on the "Old Mountain" high above Machu Picchu. Photo by Rachel Ricks

Climbing the Old Mountain: Tips and advice for hiking Machu Picchu Mountain

Each and every day thousands of people venture up to the citadel of Machu Picchu. Only a brave few choose to test their fitness on the Old Mountain.

Tango in Buenos Aires

Tech Geek’s Guide to Traveling in Argentina

Tips from how to use your cell phone while you’re away, to plugging in those essential appliances, find all the information you’ll need to be prepared for your stay in Argentina.

A volunteer learning how to hand spin yarn. Photo by Awamaki

Weaving wonderwomen of Awamaki [Interview]

A Responsible Travel Q&A with Laura Bennett, Programs Director for Awamaki, an NGO that works with traditional weavers in the Ollantaytambo community.

Taking decadent to a new level with this chocolate tart. Photo from Chocolate/Facebookv

Unwrapping Cusco’s chocolate secrets: Interview with chocolateer Patricia Yep

Learn why a self-proclaimed chocolate addict opened a store in Cusco.

indulge your tastebuds at Chocolate in Peru

A Cusco treat, Peruvian chocolate

Chocolate-lovers heading to Cusco will be delightfully surprised to discover the delicious secret of this Andean city.

Zip-lining Costa Rica, photo by David Traish

Top 3 zip-lining destinations in Costa Rica

Experience the hair-raising thrill of zip-lining through Costa Rica’s jungle.

The Amantani family in their home

The gift of electricity for a Peruvian family in Lake Titicaca

Two travelers give a Peruvian family the gift of electricity after being humbled by their hospitality.