A rotating collection of favorite days
on our favorite tours


What’s keeping the islands of Lake Titicaca afloat? Totorua reeds, and some quality handiwork. Tour these floating homes and discover how the Uros people craft them using traditional techniques.


Today’s lunch special: a home-cooked Peruvian meal, prepared by a family in the village where you’ll be staying. (And no, we won’t judge you for taking a second helping.)


Pitch in. Lend a hand. Get a little messy. This afternoon, you’ll be working alongside locals on a sustainable development project that will have a lasting impact on the community.


Time to unwind. Luckily, your only goal for tonight is show off your soccer skills during a pick-up game with some of the villagers.

Spoiler alert: the other nine days of Supporting Sustainability on the Shores of Lake Titicaca are just as amazing. Explore the ancient Inca site of Machu Picchu, peruse local markets in Cuzco, and kayak along the coast of Llachon.



Did you know?

Located 12,500 feet above sea level, Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable body of water in the world. So yes, it’ll elevate your swim game.