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Peru - September 23 - October 5
Guatemala - November 5 - 15
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Both trips will blend comfort and luxury with
authentic down-to-earth experiences that immerse you in the local culture.
We seek to get you out of your comfort zone during the day,
but provide exceptional accommodations for you to retreat to in the evening.
If you feel adventurous but want to know you will sleep well at night, join us.
The activities scheduled on our trips offer a sustainable way to support indigenous cultures,
women and organizations striving to preserve cultural heritage and traditional handmade artisan craft.
On this 13-day exploration of Peru,
you will be immersed in a vibrant and rich culture,
overflowing with brightly colored weavings and open-air markets.
We will connect with local weavers in their homes and
support non-profits that collaborate with local female artisans to promote their work.
We will visit villages silhouetted by the jaw dropping Andes Mountains,
tour colonial architecture in Lima, wander Incan and pre-Colombian ruins, and
experience the natural beauty and wonder of Machu Picchu.
There will be opportunities to shop, hike, weave, and explore the
unique landscapes and cultural traditions of Peru.
We have carefully selected hotels for their charm, comfort and location.
Reliable and comfortable transportation will be provided by a private van,
in addition to 2 train trips to Machu Picchu, and 2 regional flights between Lima and Cusco.
LOOM is proud to partner with Birds of Passage Travel Adventures to offer this trip of a lifetime.
In Guatemala we'll visit villages set to the backdrop of
beautiful mountains and volcanos in Quetzaltenango,
tour colonial architecture in Antigua,
wander Mayan ruins and experience the natural beauty of the highlands and Lake Atitlán.
There will be opportunities to dance, cook, shop, hike, weave, and explore the
unique landscapes and cultural traditions of Guatemala.
We will connect with women weavers in their homes and
support non-profits that collaborate with local artisans to promote their work.