Camp Peru

Always desired to experience the wonders of South America? Getaway to a lost kingdom this Summer with Camp Peru. Indulge in culture and breath-taking landscapes all whilst giving something back to the community with us.

Bordering the Pacific Ocean, Peru is one of the most remarkably picturesque and breath-taking places on the planet. You’ll be located in an authentic Peruvian town, Cusco, nestled at the foot of the Andes just a short distance from the Lost Kingdom: Macchu Picchu. Home to a 15th century inca citadel and named one of the “New Seven Wonders of the World” it’s a must see in South America.

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Testimonials

Leon 5

Amazing!

Camp Peru is an amazing way to travel and experience fantastic activities as every body else is in the same boat as you, traveling for the first time and Camp Peru provide constant 24/7 support for when ever you need it, and the reps are so dedicated to doing their best for the group. I was nervous about heading over to Peru; this was my first long haul trip, but fellow Campers and Reps did so much to make it a trip that I’ll never forget.

Charlotte 5

Exceptional – I had a great time!

Peru was amazing! It was totally different to the culture and lifestyle I’m used to back home, nonetheless, with the help of the Reps, I took to my new home like a duck to water. The accommodation was lovely and all the trips I took part in were excellently organised. Unfortunately, I had no time to travel as much as I would’ve liked afterwards –  I’ll just have to go back and do it ALL again!

Sophie 5

Recommended!

The Camp Peru experience was the best experience I’ve ever had; I loved every minute and would do it all again in a heartbeat! From the moment I arrived in Peru to the moment I left was filled with amazing memories. I would recommend to anyone!

Itinerary

Day 1 - Peru North
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AM: After touching down in Lima, the capital city of Peru, you and your fellow Camp Peru participants will be picked up at the airport and whisked away to your accommodation. Upon arrival, you’ll be given plenty of time to settle into your new surroundings, before tucking into a delicious lunch at the hotel.

PM: Sip on a serving of steaming Peruvian tea, while the program coordinators deliver the introduction/orientation meeting, during which time you’ll be give some priceless safety advice; take this opportunity to quell any burning questions that you may have about Peruvian culture and travel tips.
After tea, enjoy a stroll through Larcomar, one of the main avenues and marvel at the stunning views of the peripheral Pacific Ocean, as you gaze from the top of towering cliffs. The district of Miraflores also awaits, home to a web of amazing museums and plush parks waiting to be uncovered.
Upon returning to the hotel, you’ll join the rest of the group for dinner and a chat before resting up before an exciting day ahead!

Day 2
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AM: Prepare yourself for a treat fit for royalty – today, you’ll be visiting The City of Kings in Old Lima. After enjoying a delicious breakfast at the hotel, you’ll venture into an area steeped in history; the abundance of aesthetics will leave you awe-struck, with awesome excursions planned for the Main Square and Governor’s Palace, otherwise known as The Pizzarro’s House. Such is the astounding beauty of the palace, that its architectural appeal is often considered to be unrivalled by any other on the continent. Following the visit to Governor’s Palace, we will then then visit the Peruvian Legislative Palace, during which time the group will be given a fascinating insight into the history of National Parliament. After a jam-packed morning, we’ll head to the hotel and indulge in a much-deserved lunch!

PM: In the evening, the quirky verve of the Barranco District is issuing its seductive rallying call; the area is widely considered to be the most bohemian of Lima’s forty-three districts.
Encircled by beautiful landscapes and captivating constructs, this cultural hub boasts two of the three renowned museums: The Museo Pedro de Osma, is home to one of the best painting collections in Peru, while the Mate hosts the largest collection of photographs from celebrated artist Mario Testino. The photographic work of Testino will serve as an introduction to the women in the rural realms of Peru, with his art documenting the traditions and festive dresses of the mountainous region of Cusco.
After marvelling at the artistic flair on display in the Mate, take a moment to relax and enjoy traditional treats fused with contemporary twists in the museum café, prior to visiting the famous Peruvian Criollo music show.
To cap off your day in South American solitude, we’ll enjoy a group dinner in Barranco.

Day 3
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AM: After breakfast at the hotel, the group will depart for Paracas, a town situated in Western Peru, known for its beautiful beaches and stunning sealife. Upon arrival, tuck into lunch and pop on some sunscreen – it’s time to plunge into cobalt waters, stroll across silky sands and bathe in the searing sunshine as you enjoy the grandeur of this pristine beach.

PM: Fling a frisbee, throw yourself into a game of beach football, top up your tan – whatever your personal preference, you have the full afternoon to do as you please at the beach!

Day 4
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AM: After a much-needed rest after your day soaking up the sun, it’s time to refuel, with some breakfast, before being taken to the majestic Marina Turistica, the main tourist port in Turascas; prepare to live life in the fast lane, as you board a speed boat to begin an adventure to the stunning Ballestas Islands. During your trip, you’ll have a stunning opportunity to get close to beautiful, rare wildlife, including birds and sea lions, in their natural habitat. Dependent on weather, you might even set sail into natural caves!

PM: It’s not all work here at Camp Peru; take the afternoon off and explore with the other Campers, or alternatively, enjoy some time to yourself – it’s your time to yourself, the choice is yours!

Day 5
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AM: Enjoy a free day to absorb the wonders of the beach and partake in a range of exciting water sports including: surfing, windsurfing & kitesurfing. Uncover the hidden treasures of Paracas during one of the many tours of the local area. Either way, you’re in for a treat!

PM: Enjoy an afternoon of pure relaxation; whether you fancy ambling to the beach, chilling by the hotel pool or exploring some of the serene surroundings, the ball is in your court…

Day 6
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AM: After breakfast at the hotel, prepare to pack for the next leg of your Camp Peru adventure! Prior to your departure from Plaza Norte bus station complex ahead of a journey to Cajamara, you’ll be given chance to have lunch with your fellow Campers.

PM: After lunch, it’s time to set the ball rolling! Depart for the city of Cajamarca, a stunning location nestled in the Peruvian highlands. NB: A box lunch dinner will be provided at the bus, but you’ll be given the chance to buy food of your choice at Plaza Norte bus station.

Day 7
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AM: As the amber sun pokes its head across the Cajamarca horizon, you’ll be arriving in Cajamarca! After getting used to your plush new surroundings and enjoying some much-needed breakfast, you’ll be taken on a short guided tour around Baños del Inca, the main streets that access to Llacanora, Namora and Cajamarca, during which time you’ll be shown where you can find local amenities such as ATM Machines, the Castope Delimarket, and the local market stocking products such as fruits, grains and vegetables.

PM: After lunch, you have a free evening to relax and have fun how you see fit, whether that’s taking a dip in the hotel’s thermal pool, enjoying a massage session in Baños del Inca or doing your laundry. Following an afternoon day of leisure, tea time and dinner will be provided at the hotel.

Day 8
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AM: After breakfast, you’ll embark on a stunning visit to Cajamarca. A setting steeped in history, Cajamarca is highlighted by the Battle of Cajamarca, which marked the defeat of the Inca Empire by Spanish invaders lead by Pizarro himself, who captured and murdered the Incan emperor Atahualpa at Cajamarca. Moreover, the group will visit Santa Apolonia Hill, The Main Square, as well as the Belen complex and its Museums, Iglesia Catedral, Cuarto de Rescate, Iglesia La Recoleta, before ending the morning at The Local Market. This is an opportune moment for members of the group to exchange currency and purchase a SIM card; assistance will be provided for participants if needed. Lunch will take place at the hotel!

PM: After lunch, you have a free evening to relax and have fun how you see fit, whether that’s taking a dip in the hotel’s thermal pool, enjoying a massage session in Baños del Inca or doing your laundry. Following an afternoon day of leisure, tea time and dinner will be provided at the hotel.

Day 9
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AM: After breakfast, you will visit the community of Shaullio and will be introduced into the working site at the School teaching projects; subjects within the school include English, Sports and Art. Lunch will be at the hotel.

PM: After lunch, the group will take part in a hiking trip to Las Cruces, where tea will be served and a yoga session will take place at the top of the hill. Upon returning to the hotel, an early dinner will be served, with an optional Zaya dancing night following in Cajamarca!

Day 10
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AM: After breakfast, the group will head to the local school and help students with English, Sports and Art. Lunch will be at the hotel.

PM: After assisting students in the school, prepare to head back to Shaullio Community for a sports match with the community local football team.

Day 11
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AM: After breakfast, you and the rest of the group will head to the local school and provide priceless assistance in English, Sports and Art for students. Following a morning of teaching, we’re sure you’ll have worked up an appetite, so we’ll head to the hotel for lunch!

PM: After assisting students in the school, prepare to head back to Shaullio Community for a sports match with the community local football team.

Day 12
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AM: After breakfast, you and the rest of the group will head to the local school and provide priceless assistance in English, Sports and Art for students. Following a morning of teaching, we’re sure you’ll have worked up an appetite, so we’ll head to the hotel for lunch!

PM: It’s not all work here at Camp Peru; take the afternoon off and explore with the other Campers, or alternatively, enjoy some time to yourself – it’s your time to yourself, the choice is yours!

Day 13
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AM: After breakfast, you and the rest of the group will head to the local school and provide priceless assistance in English, Sports and Art for students. Following a morning of teaching, we’re sure you’ll have worked up an appetite, so we’ll head to the hotel for lunch!

PM: After lunch, you’ll have a free evening to relax, shop, pack for next departure and have fun on their own at a group barbecue dinner at the hotel.

Day 14
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AM: Rise and shine! At 5:00am, we’ll be deprting to head to Chachapoyas by bus; breakfast and lunch will be provided along the way. Often heralded as one of the most fascinating trips in the north of the Andes, our participants consistently recommend this part of the trip; prepare to delve into Unknown Peru, a true and unique expeditionary experience…

PM: After finally arriving in Chachapoya at approximately 5:00pm, you’ll be given an opportunity to settle into your hotel, as well as the chance to spend some free time amongst the group. Dinner will be served at the hotel, before a night of rest following a long journey.

Day 15
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AM: After breakfast, we’ll depart for Kuelap, a mountainous settlement between the towns of Maria and Tingo. This fortress is famous for the mystic “cloud warriors” and is one of the very few places never conquered by the Incas. Often considered, “as impressive as Machu Picchu” the site is quieter than its counterpart, but doesn’t compromise on beauty. Lunch on the way is included.

PM: During the afternoon, you’ll have free time to relax, with dinner served at the hotel.

Day 16
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AM: Enjoy free morning time in Chachapoyas.

PM: At 5:00pm, we’ll begin our journey to Chiclayo by bus; there will be an opportunity for the group to buy dinner on the way.

Day 17
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AM: Upon arrival in Chiclayo, the group will be transferred to their hotel, during which time you’ll be given time to settle into their surroundings and enjoy breakfast. After you’ve had some time to settle into the hotel and eat breakfast, there’ll be an orientation meeting and introduction to the work at the Endangered Animal Project.

PM: Participants have a free evening to enjoy! Whether you’re throwing yourself into a surfing class, taking a dip in the hotel pool or heading to the beach, we’re sure you’ll find something to keep you entertained before dinner’s served at the hotel.

Day 18
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AM: Today, we have two incredible day tours to enjoy: Firstly, we’ll visit Tucume at Peru’s mythical Valley of the Pyramids; with its 26 pyramids, the site is the biggest pyramid complex in the world. Moreover, we’ll also visit The Tumbas Reales Museum, deemed to be the best one of his kind in Latin America, due to its exhibition of one of the most important gold treasure discoveries in ancient Peru and the world.

PM: Relax with your friends from Camp and enjoy a refreshing swim before tucking into a delicious BBQ dinner at the hotel.

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Day 19
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AM: After breakfast, you’ll have ample time to soak up some last minute sunshine at the hotel pool, before leaving Chiclayo bus station after lunch.

PM: Time for the next exciting stage of your Camp Peru journey! Board the overnight bus to Yungay; there will be an opportunity for the group to buy dinner to eat on the way.

Day 20
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AM: Upon waking up refreshed and ready to go after an invigorating sleep aboard the coach, you’ll find yourself in Yungay at roughy 7:00am, allowing enough time to get to the hotel, check in, have breakfast, before departing for the trek to Lagoon 69, a picturesque lake in the city of Huarez.

PM: Following the trip to Lagoon 69, the group will return to the hotel for tea and biscuits and have time to rest and relax before dinner.

Day 21
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AM: After breakfast, the group will depart to return to Lima.

PM: In the evening, participants will have free time to enjoy Lima, before attending a special group dinner to mark the end of the trip.

Day 22
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Time to head back home and begin planning you next thrill-a-minute adventure…

Day 1 - South Peru
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AM: After touching down in Lima, the capital city of Peru, you and your fellow Camp Peru participants will be picked up at the airport and whisked away to your accommodation. Upon arrival, you’ll be given plenty of time to settle into your new surroundings, before tucking into a delicious lunch at the hotel.

PM: Sip on a serving of steaming Peruvian tea, while the program coordinators deliver the introduction/orientation meeting, during which time you’ll be give some priceless safety advice; take this opportunity to quell any burning questions that you may have about Peruvian culture and travel tips. Remember: for some member of the group, this may be a journey into the unknown, so there’s no such thing as a silly question!
After tea, enjoy a stroll through Larcomar, one of the main avenues and marvel at the stunning views of the peripheral Pacific Ocean, as you gaze from the top of towering cliffs. The district of Miraflores also awaits, home to a web of amazing museums and plush parks waiting to be uncovered. During your visit to Miraflores, it’s recommended that the you take the opportunity to exchange money and/or purchase a SIM card; program coordinators will be more than happy to provide assistance if needed.
Upon returning to the hotel, you’ll join the rest of the group for dinner and a chat before resting up before an exciting day ahead!

Day 2
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AM: Prepare yourself for a treat fit for royalty – today, you’ll be visiting The City of Kings in Old Lima. After enjoying a delicious breakfast at the hotel, you’ll venture into an area steeped in history; the abundance of aesthetics will leave you awe-struck, with awesome excursions planned for the Main Square and Governor’s Palace, otherwise known as The Pizzarro’s House. Such is the astounding beauty of the palace, that its architectural appeal is often considered to be unrivalled by any other on the continent. Following the visit to Governor’s Palace, we will then then visit the Peruvian Legislative Palace, during which time the group will be given a fascinating insight into the history of National Parliament. After a jam-packed morning, we’ll head to the hotel and indulge in a much-deserved lunch!

PM: In the evening, the quirky verve of the Barranco District is issuing its seductive rallyign call; the area is widely considered to be the most bohemian of Lima’s forty-three districts.
Encircled by beautiful landscapes and captivating constructs, this cultural hub boasts two of the three renowned museums: The Museo Pedro de Osma, is home to one of the best painting collections in Peru, while the Mate hosts the largest collection of photographs from celebrated artist Mario Testino. The photographic work of Testino will serve as an introduction to the women in the rural realms of Peru, with his art documenting the traditions and festive dresses of the mountainous region of Cusco.
After marvelling at the artistic flair on display in the Mate, take a moment to relax and enjoy traditional treats fused with contemporary twists in the museum café, prior to visiting the famous Peruvian Criollo music show.
To cap off your day in South American solitude, we’ll enjoy a group dinner in Barranco.

Day 3
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AM: After breakfast, you’ll be given time to pack and get ready to leave for a journey to Terminal Norte bus station; prior to boarding the 1:00pm bus to Huacachina, you’ll have time to buy some lunch before the long journey ahead.

PM: At roughly 6:00pm, you’ll arrive at your hotel in Huacachina, where the group will be given time to settle and relax before meeting in the hotel for dinner.

Day 4
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AM: After a delicious breakfast, the morning is yours to spend as you’d like! Slap on some sunscreen and relax by the pool, before enjoying lunch with fellow Campers at the hotel.

PM: We hope you have an appetite for adrenaline; at 4:00pm, we’re serving up a monster portion of excitement with the Dune Buggy tour through the dunes of the desert! Sand board down and cap off an incredible experience by taking some stunning snaps of the desert sunset, during a tumultuous tour lasting 2 hours. At around 8:00pm, the group will leave for Arequipa, the colonial-era capital of Peru’s Arequipa’s Region. Participants will be given the chance to buy dinner.

Day 5
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AM: In the morning, the group will arrive in Arequipa and will be given time to settle into their accommodation, have breakfast, adjust to the altitude, visit the placement and meet staff associated with the teaching experience and local project prior to an introduction meeting.

PM: The group will be given time to explore the stunning city on their own; advice and information about POI will be available.

Day 6
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AM: After breakfast, you and the rest of the group will head to the Flora Tristan Center to partake in the Teaching Experience placement in Arequipa.

PM: The group will be given time to explore the stunning city on their own; advice and information about POI will be available.

Day 7
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AM: After breakfast, participants will head to the Flora Tristan Center to partake in the Teaching Experience placement in Arequipa.

PM: The group will be given time to explore the stunning city on their own; advice and information about POI will be available.

Day 8
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AM: After breakfast, participants will head to the Flora Tristan Center to partake in the Teaching Experience placement in Arequipa.

PM: The group will be given time to explore the stunning city on their own; advice and information about POI will be available.

Day 9
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AM: After breakfast, participants will head to the Flora Tristan Center to partake in the Teaching Experience placement in Arequipa.

PM: The group will be given time to explore the stunning city on their own; advice and information about POI will be available.

Day 10
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AM: After breakfast, participants will head to the Flora Tristan Center to partake in the Teaching Experience placement in Arequipa.

PM: The group will be given time to explore the stunning city on their own; advice and information about POI will be available.

Day 11
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AM: Wakey wakey! It’s an early start today for you and the Campers! At 1:00am, the group will leave to meet at the starting point for the Colca Canyon day trekking tour.

PM: After a day at Colca Canyon, the group will return to Arequipa at 5:30pm.

Day 12
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AM: The group will enjoy breakfast at the accommodation, before being given chance to rest before leaving for Arequipa in the evening.

PM: Departure to Arequipa at 8:00pm.

Day 13
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AM: At 7:00am you and your newfound Camp friends will be arriving in Cusco; today, feel free day to rest, relax and adjust to the altitude.

PM: Group spends some time exploring the stunning city on their own.

Day 14
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AM: The group will be picked up by 3:00am for an all day tour to Machu Picchu, an Incan citadel set high in the Andes Mountains in Peru, above the Urubamba River valley built in the 15th Century, a captivating experience far from the ordinary!

PM: Following their tour of Machu Picchu, the group will arrive back at the hotel by 10:00pm.

Day 15
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AM: Free day to rest, relax and adjust to altitude.

PM: Group spends some time exploring the stunning city on their own.

Day 16
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AM: The group will have a free morning in Cusco, prior to checking out of the hotel.

PM: The group will depart by 1:30pm, bound for Ica-Paracas, a western town known for beautiful beaches and astounding sea life.

Day 17
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AM: The group will arrive in Ica at approximately 10:30am, and will be given time to head out and grab some breakfast; after lunch, they will then leave for Paracas, and check-in to their in Paracas hotel.

PM: The group will be given the opportunity to enjoy spare time in Paracas. A location with plenty of things to see and do, participants can rent normal bikes or quad bikes and drive around the desert, paraglide over Peru’s largest protected natural habitat, practice kite surfing on the waves that crash against the desert or chill out by the pool or at the beach that stays sunny all year round; there truly are are an abundance of activities to choose from. Dinner is out on their own as a group.

Day 18
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AM: Breakfast will be provided at the hotel, and the group will then be given the opportunity to enjoy spare time in Paracas. A location with plenty of things to see and do, participants can rent normal bikes or quad bikes and drive around the desert, paraglide over Peru’s largest protected natural habitat, practice kite surfing on the waves that crash against the desert or chill out by the pool or at the beach that stays sunny all year round; there truly are are an abundance of activities to choose from. Lunch is out on their own as a group.

PM: The group will be given the opportunity to enjoy spare time in Paracas. A location with plenty of things to see and do, participants can rent normal bikes or quad bikes and drive around the desert, paraglide over Peru’s largest protected natural habitat, practice kite surfing on the waves that crash against the desert or chill out by the pool or at the beach that stays sunny all year round; there truly are are an abundance of activities to choose from. Dinner is out on their own as a group.

 

Day 19
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AM: Breakfast will be provided at the hotel, and the group will then be given the opportunity to enjoy spare time in Paracas. A location with plenty of things to see and do, participants can rent normal bikes or quad bikes and drive around the desert, paraglide over Peru’s largest protected natural habitat, practice kite surfing on the waves that crash against the desert or chill out by the pool or at the beach that stays sunny all year round; there truly are are an abundance of activities to choose from. Lunch is out on their own as a group.

PM: The group will be given the opportunity to enjoy spare time in Paracas. A location with plenty of things to see and do, participants can rent normal bikes or quad bikes and drive around the desert, paraglide over Peru’s largest protected natural habitat, practice kite surfing on the waves that crash against the desert or chill out by the pool or at the beach that stays sunny all year round; there truly are are an abundance of activities to choose from. Dinner is out on their own as a group.

Day 20
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AM: Breakfast will be provided at the hotel, and the group will then be given the opportunity to enjoy spare time in Paracas. A location with plenty of things to see and do, participants can rent normal bikes or quad bikes and drive around the desert, paraglide over Peru’s largest protected natural habitat, practice kite surfing on the waves that crash against the desert or chill out by the pool or at the beach that stays sunny all year round; there truly are are an abundance of activities to choose from. Lunch is out on their own as a group.

PM: The group will be given the opportunity to enjoy spare time in Paracas. A location with plenty of things to see and do, participants can rent normal bikes or quad bikes and drive around the desert, paraglide over Peru’s largest protected natural habitat, practice kite surfing on the waves that crash against the desert or chill out by the pool or at the beach that stays sunny all year round; there truly are are an abundance of activities to choose from. Dinner is out on their own as a group.

Day 21
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AM: After breakfast, the group will checkout of accommodation and prepare to depart for Lima.

PM: The group will have a free evening at Lima and will be treated to a special group dinner to bring the curtain down on a memorable trip.

Day 22
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Time for the group members to head back home and begin planning another adventure…

Something to Consider

Camp Peru is not a typical idea of a holiday and it’s not always relaxing; at times you may find yourself in testing circumstances, as you would when experiencing any new culture. There may be bad weather, mosquitos, long journeys, slow Wi-Fi and limited food options.

However, here at Camp Peru, we thoroughly enjoy stepping out of the comfort zone, embracing new cultures and learning how people live in other countries! Every year, we have a fantastic time, as have thousands of previous Camp Peru attendees. Though we personally love the experience, we realise that it may not be everyone’s cup of tea. As such, prior to your application, please make sure that you understand that this is a cultural experience, not a luxury holiday; our aim is to make a positive impact in the community – this is a product of hard work and dedication!

While we cannot guarantee that you will have a relaxing time, we fully recommend that you come to Camp Peru with a sense of adventure and a willingness to embrace the experience – ultimately, there is only one person who will dictate how much you enjoy camp and that’s you! We provide the setup and infrastructure for you to have a genuinely incredible time that many would love to be involved with; the rest of the package comes from you and your commitment to the cause.

It is no coincidence that our best participants on the program immerse themselves in the activities each day; if you work with passion, your enthusiasm will not only be appreciated by us here at Camp Peru, but the locals who you are helping will be grateful for your help. We present the opportunity to partake in some of the most unbelievable life experiences, including visiting communities in local schools and getting up close and personal with Peru’s elephants, while making friends for life.

Additional Costs

Clear Criminal Background
Medical Form (Your GP may charge you for completion)
Any additional tours or EP elective you wish to join
Flights and Insurance
Program Requirements

18+

A clear criminal background check.

Valid Passport (with at least 6 months left)

A basic level of English speaking

You have to be enthusiastic, outgoing, friendly, good with kids and ready to experience a totally new and exciting culture!

So what are you waiting for? This is a perfect Gap Year job abroad!

FAQ's
Am I responsible for booking my own flights?

Your Camp Peru program fee does not include the cost of your transportation to Peru, or your transportation out of Peru when your Camp Peru program finishes.

Is Camp Peru for everyone? (Something to consider)

Camp Peru is not everyone’s idea of a holiday and it’s not always relaxing. At times you may find yourself in testing circumstances, as you would when experiencing any new culture. There may be bad weather, mosquitos, long journeys, slow wifi and limited food options. However, here at Camp Peru, we believe that is what comes with stepping out of your comfort zone and into the unknown. We love it, as have thousands of previous Camp Peru attendees. However, we realise that it may not be everyone’s cup of tea.

Before applying to take part in Camp Peru, please understand that it’s a cultural experience. It isn’t a luxury holiday, and one of our main focuses is to make a positive impact, which often comes with hard work. We can not guarantee you will have a nice relaxing time. You have to come to Camp Peru with a sense of adventure, go with the flow and be laid back. Basically, YOU are the deciding factor in the experience you have at Camp Peru. We provide the setup and infrastructure for you to have an incredible experience. However, that is only half of it. The other half comes from you. Your passion to help others, your spirit to do something different, your ability to make friends and go with the flow. You get out what you put in and if you give it your all, together we will have an amazing experience at Camp Peru.

Is Wi-Fi available at Camp Peru?

Please take into consideration that Wi-Fi connectivity could be limited during your time in Peru. However, don’t worry; Wi-Fi will be there waiting for you upon your return!

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