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Live your Dreams in Macchupicchu 2017

THE TREASURE OF THE INCAS. where the Inca trail Trek leads to this one of the Marvellous of the world

Huayhuash Hikings 2017

Huayhuash circuit considered one of the finest trekking tours in the world.

Cordillera Blanca Hikings 2017

Cordillera Blanca Trekkings and Full day Tours LAKE 69 FULL DAY HIKE & SANTA CRUZ TREK 4 DAYS

Climbings Cordillera Blanca 2017

Climbings in the Cordillera Blanca the famous Mountains Pisco - Alpamayo - Huascaran - Chopicalqui - Ishinka

 
 
 
Volunteers in Peru  
Volunteer in Peru with our Llama Trek project growing-up Llamas in Cantu Recuay in the adventure tours center for Trekkers and Climbers in the Cordillera Blanca and Huayhuash, as alternative or another pint of our project program is a home to Callejon de Huayalas and Andean Comunities a mainly Huaraz a fascinating Andean country alive with cultural stimulation and magnificent mountains and ruins of ancient cultures. Although Peru is rich in natural resources and offers endless tourist opportunities, many of Peru’s citizens are poor and live in unfortunate conditions. Thirty-six percent of the population lives under the poverty line. Peru is a popular destination for volunteers who seek a balance of exciting activities and meaningful projects to share their love, passion and assistance with poor children. Elder people, farmers and impoverished communities. Peru also is the archaeological capital of the Americas with remnants of pre-Columbian cultures and the center of the Incan Empire. Volunteers can enjoy Peruvian food, colonial architecture, the Amazon jungle and a variety of adventurous activities such as trekking in the Cordillera Blanca and Huayhuash the popular Santa Cruz Trek, Alpamayo Circuit, Olleros Chavin pre-inka trail trek, horseback riding, living in the communities farming, Trouth fishing and hiking the famous trekking down the Inca Trail to Machupicchu in our Cusco area Program or cthis can be combined with other activities in Peru

Peru Llama Trek project is an organization to develop the hometown community working this way to preserve the native culture as per responsible project to introduce to Internationasl to Local people, so your program fee will be tax deductible. PERU LLAMA TREK Volunteers is proud to offer an extensive assortment of programs at very reasonable prices. Our programs are now more affordable than ever. We are proud to focus on the humanitarian aspect of our business and in the responsible turism, not the profit. We work very hard and smart to keep costs down, especially for you the volunteer, as we know the value of your donated time and efforts. We remain devoted to maintaining both the quality of the program and the safety of all volunteers involved.

Teach English in Rural School in Cordillera Blanca /
Location: Cordillera Blanca Towns: Huaraz, Recuay, Carhuaz, Yungay and Caraz
Start Point: Huaraz
End Point: Huaraz
Duration: 1-12 Weeks
Hours: 20-40 Hours per week
Food: 3 local food daily
Date: Any Monday, year around
Room: Local Host family or hostel

Project Summary
Volunteer in Peru teaching English and improve school environments, provide children with greater opportunities and engage in Peruvian culture. Schools in Peru are drastically underfunded and although English, art and physical education are required, they are typically not available due to the lack of funding and staff. In some schools, these courses may be taught but at a very low skill level as local teachers are not qualified to teach the courses. Peru needs volunteers to teach these important but often overlooked subjects of art, computer skills, physical education and more than anything, English. With the tourism in Huaraz, English is one of the easiest ways to open doors for children, as the job market in tourism and hospitality is dominant. Volunteer to teach English to children in Peru and interject a passion and love for learning into their lives!

Skills / Qualifications Needed

Peru Llama Trek volunteers require no specific skills or qualifications to volunteer in the Teaching English Project in Huaraz Cordillera Blanca. Beginner to intermediate knowledge of Spanish is preferred. If you cannot speak Spanish, we suggest you enroll in our Spanish language course in our Cultural Interchange section to make your stay more rewarding – both for you and for the children you are helping. There are no specific qualifications needed to join Peru Llama Trek's volunteer teaching projects in Huaraz and the Cordillera Blanca. Dress code is required in the schools (no shorts or sleeveless shirts) and volunteers must be physically presentable no excessive tattoos or piercings. Volunteers are expected to be reliable, flexible and patient and strive to be good role models for the children or Young adults

Volunteer Responsibilities
Working as a volunteer in the Teaching English Project in Peru Llama Trek in the Cordillera Blanca or around Huayhuash, you will work 4-5 hours per day, Monday through Friday. Depending on individual skills and interests and the needs of the local staff, daily activities involve:
• Teaching basic English 3-4 hours a day
• Teaching other subjects such as math and science
• Teaching health and personal hygiene
• Planning and leading extracurricular activities such as dance, games, sports, arts, music, etc
• Helping children with their homework
• Providing assistance to school administrations with administration, curriculum development and fundraising
PLEASE NOTE: schools in Peru use a trimester system and are closed for winter and summer breaks. If you would like to volunteer during this time we can gladly find you a similar project.

Room/Food/Supervision

PERU LLAMA TREK manages your living accommodations conditions in Huaraz or your homestay in the villages of the Cordillera Blanca Peru. In Huaraz, most volunteers live with a host family, but some may live in a hostel. Our host families are socially respected and experienced hosts of international volunteers. They have strong interest in our volunteers’ safety and well-being and demonstrate this with caution and care. Host families will prepare three meals a day for volunteers consisting of local ingredients and foods traditional to Peru. In most host family situations, volunteers will share a room with another volunteer of the same gender. Our host families do not offer laundry services, but some will happily take up the task for a small fee.
Throughout the volunteer project, our local staff stays in contact with volunteers either with face-to-face visits or via email/telephone. Volunteers are always welcome at our local offices in Huaraz. If project placement is local, we request that volunteers stop by the office once a week to keep us posted on how they are doing with their home stay and project. If project placement is very far, then our local staff members maintain communication by either email and/or phone and try to visit every 2-4 weeks if possible

Work In a Medical/Healthcare Project in Peru

Location: Huaraz
Start Point: Huaraz
End Point: Huaraz
Duration: 1-12 Weeks
Hours: 20-40 Hours per week
Food: 3 local food daily
Room: Local Host family or hostel
Date: Mondays of each month


Project Summary

Peru Llama Trek Volunteer in Peru works or helps in Rural peasant Villages mostly called Posta medica and help to provide care to low-income local Peruvian families. While healthcare professionals attempt to keep pace with the advances of modern medicine, there are massive amounts of Peruvians who do not have access to basic healthcare. Peru Llama Trek’s volunteer projects in Cordillera Blanca and Huayhuash need interested medical/healthcare professionals to support the often-intimidating front line of medicine and healthcare in a developing country. Peru Llama Trek partners with First Aid in the communities and small health care centers that specialize in rehabilitation for children, general medicine, gynecology, pediatrics, obstetrics, neurology, dental, family medicine, psychology, counseling, social work, physical, occupational rehabilitation and more. In addition, our partners with a basic health center in order to provide medical attention to rural Peruvians who cannot afford the trip to Huaraz for care. Specialized medical teams and mental health workers are greatly needed for this project. Please request information from Peru Llama Trek office about the specific needs and requirements for the basic health care center. For volunteers interested in a career in healthcare or medicine, this program provides a great opportunity to gain professional experience, provide medical attention to impoverished patients and explore Peru’s mix of Andean, Incan, and Spanish cultures. As a volunteer working in Andean Health care centers, you will have a rewarding a certificate of the Major of the community where you have interacted, life changing and valuable experience as you promote healthy lives for local Peruvians and you have gained experience in cultural interchange.

Skills/Qualifications Needed

For this task Peru Llama Trek project program requires Intermediate knowledge of Spanish is preferred. If you cannot speak Spanish, we suggest you enroll in our Spanish language course as Cultural Interchange to make your stay more rewarding – both for you and for the people you help. Applicants interested in joining our volunteer health program can participate with or without experience. Those without experience must be able to observe medical procedures and emergencies where minor surgeries or blood may be involved. Those who possess healthcare certification, such as an ID as a medical student, EMT, paramedic certification, nursing, physical therapy, midwifery or physician's credentials can participate accordingly. Peru Llama Trek office requires a copy of volunteers’ resumes, clearly documenting credentials and education, before arrival at the project. Projects will also require an official copy of credentials. Volunteers must be proactive, patient, responsible, enthusiastic and passionate about healthcare.

Volunteer Responsibilities
In Peru Llama Trek project as a volunteer working in the basic health care center project in Peru, your responsibilities will depend on your level of training, certifications and licensing. All medical centers seek to use their volunteers efficiently and create a learning environment. As a volunteer with or without experience you can observe the work of doctors and nurses and help them according to your skills in the medical field. Volunteers with specialties will be able to help in their specific fields. The medical health centers may also provide basic trainings for volunteers with less experience. Again, depending on qualifications and experience, volunteers carry out duties such as:
• Assisting with lab work
• Helping in the pharmacy
• Helping with triage
• Providing basic care
• Observing the work of nurses or doctors
• Carry out daily administrative tasks
• Taking patient details
• Measuring vital signs such as blood pressure, height, weight
• Distributing medicines
• Performing basic first aid
• Helping with medical procedures
• Assisting incoming patients
• Providing assistance in the in-day emergency room
• Partnering with local doctors
• Qualified doctors can diagnose and treat patients based on their certification and specialty

Room/Food/Supervision
Peru Llama Trek leader manages your living accommodations in Peru. In Huaraz, most volunteers live with a host family, but some may live in a hostel. Our host families are socially respected and experienced hosts of international volunteers. They have strong interest in our volunteers’ safety and well-being and demonstrate this with caution and care. Host families will prepare three meals a day for volunteers consisting of local ingredients and foods traditional to Peru. In most host family situations, volunteers will share a room with another volunteer of the same gender. Our host families do not offer laundry services, but some will happily take up the task for a small fee.
Throughout the volunteer project, our local staff stays in contact with volunteers either with face-to-face visits or via email/telephone. Volunteers are always welcome at our local offices in Peru. If project placement is local, we request that volunteers stop by the office once a week to keep us posted on how they are doing with their home stay and project. If project placement is very far, then our local staff members maintain communication by either email and/or phone and try to visit every 2-4 weeks if possible

Working in an Orphanage

Location: Cordillera Blanca, Cordillera Negra and Huayhuash
Start Point: Huaraz
End Point: Huaraz
Duration: 1-12 Weeks
Hours: 20-40 Hours per week
Food: 3 local food daily
Room: Local Host family or hostel
Date: Mondays of each month

Project Summary
In the Peru Llama Trek orphanage Volunteer is an immerse yourself in Peru’s colorful culture and help add brightness to the lives of orphaned or abandoned children. Share love, compassion and skills with these very-unfortunate children who have lost their parents due to complications caused by poverty, disease, family violence or simple abandonment. Peru Llama Trek orphan projects in Peru aim to provide homes, education, love and hope to these children. The homes are run with the atmosphere of a large family accompanied by live-in parents that are there 100% of the time to support, care for and nurture the children. Volunteers will undoubtedly have the chance to brighten the lives of orphans while at the same time growing personally and professionally.
Peru Llama Trek volunteers who are willing to volunteer for at least a month with special skills such as counseling, social work, psychology or nursing can volunteer in orphanages and homes for special children, Andean Orphans. These children are emotionally, mentally, developmentally and/or physically challenged and need extra special attention and care. A caring and devoted organization in Huaraz has taken on the challenge of caring for them, but they need your help and support. If you are up for a challenge, consider working in this type of orphanage.

Skills/Qualifications Needed
No specific skills or qualifications are needed to volunteer in an orphanage in Peru. Beginner to intermediate knowledge of Spanish is preferred (not mandatory). If you cannot speak Spanish, we suggest you enroll in our Spanish language course to make your stay more rewarding – both for you and for the children you are helping or you can just work with somebody whos is studying English and want to improve and maybe you your Spanish course. There are no specific qualifications needed to join Peru Llama Trek volunteer orphanage projects in Peru. All volunteers are expected to be flexible and patient, as well as possess a passion and love for children.

Volunteer Responsibilities
As a volunteer in an orphanage in Cordillera Blanca and Cordillera Negra, volunteers work with schools and nonprofit organizations 4-5 hours per day, Monday through Friday. Depending on individual skills and interests and the needs of the local staff, daily activities may include:
• Teaching Basic English (2-4 hours to children ages 6-16, depending on orphanage and school schedules)
• Helping students with their homework
• Planning and leading extracurricular activities such as dancing, singing, drawing, painting, playing sports,
• Teaching children about health and personal hygiene
• Teaching computer classes
• Helping take children on field trips
• Teaching life skills and daily tasks such as cleaning, cooking, business skills, getting dressed, sewing, gardening, etc
• Working on maintenance of the facilities
• Assisting in orphanage and school administrations with daily tasks
• Fundraising

Room/Food/Supervision

Peru Llama Trek leader manages your living accommodations in Huaraz Peru. In some villages in the Cordillera Negra or Cordillera Blanca, most volunteers live with a host family, but you may request to live in a hostel. Our host families are socially respected and experienced hosts of international volunteers. They have strong interest in our volunteers’ safety and well-being and demonstrate this with caution and care. Host families will prepare three meals a day for volunteers consisting of local ingredients and foods traditional to Peru. In most host family situations, volunteers will share a room with another volunteer of the same gender. Our host families do not offer laundry services, but some will happily take up the task for a small fee.
Throughout the volunteer project, our local staff stays in contact with volunteers either with face-to-face visits or via email/telephone. Volunteers are always welcome at our local offices in Peru. If project placement is local, we request that volunteers stop by the office once a week to keep us posted on how they are doing with their home stay and project. If project placement is very far, then our local staff members maintain communication by either email and/or phone and try to visit every 2-4 weeks if possible.
 

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