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The land of the Amazon, the Incas, the Andes and Lake Titicaca. Visit the lost Inca city of Machu Picchu.
And, of course, the amazing Amazon Rainforest is definitely a must as one of the Top 10 things on your Bucket List!

You'll help and learn at the same time - much more than you would have thought possible. You'll be contributing to vital conservation and helping the local community. Please see our list of brief descriptions below, then click on the link to read all about the project. CAN'T CHOOSE? Call our Peru Project Consultant, Karen Herring, for free advice and guidance. +44 (0)1903 502595

The Travellers Worldwide conservation project in Peru was exactly what I hoped it would be and exactly what it claimed to be…It was also the best value for money I could find and encompassed a broad range of skills, experience, and opportunities that other projects lacked. Carys Hutton

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Conservation and Community Development in the Amazon Rainforest

Get involved in conservation and community development work on this excellent multi-activity project in the greatest jungle in the world - the AMAZON!

You'll benefit from professional training and actively assist in the environmental monitoring study at multiple locations. The longer you participate on the project, the more skills you'll develop. You’ll also get involved in rewarding Community Development work with the local indigenous families and communities.

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Family Volunteering in the Amazon Rainforest in Peru

Family Volunteering in the Amazon Rainforest

This Amazon rainforest experience gives your family the opportunity to get involved in both conservation and social projects in the rainforest and gain a deeper understanding of this complex biosphere and the local communities who live there.

Begin your programme in the Inca city of Cusco before travelling through the High Andes to the Acjance Park Guard Station and the Cloud Forest. Then you descend into the Amazon via motorised canoe down the Madre de Dios River. The journey to the Project is spectacular, an adventure in itself!

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Conservation Research Internship in the Amazon Rainforest in Peru

Conservation Research Internship in the Amazon Rainforest

Are you looking to start a career in conservation research? Are you passionate about sustainability and helping to protect the rainforest?

This 6-month internship programme is designed to help students and graduates students develop specific career skills in conservation research, community development, and non-profit project management, in the heart of the Amazon!

You'll intern in a leading research and experiential learning organisation in the Manu Biosphere Reserve. We offer structured learning through our programmes which is delivered at a higher level in the internship through one-on-one mentoring and frequent training workshops.

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Multimedia Internships in the Amazon Rainforest in Peru

Multimedia Internships in the Amazon Rainforest

This 3-month Multimedia Work Experience Internship programme is fantastic for anyone wanting to launch a career in media or even for someone just looking for a career break.

You will receive weekly workshops in writing, photography, filmography and design skills, along with in the field training and one-on-one meetings. You will get to understand the scientific process and what it takes to conserve biodiversity by working alongside conservation researchers in the field…all in the heart of the Amazon!

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This is an experience of a lifetime, one for people from all walks of life. Also anyone who likes great food because the food is awesome here considering where we are. Also, the bathrooms are heaven compared to places even back in the UK.
It has been an amazing experience for me in so many ways. I’m even thinking of coming back to Peru to work in the future, maybe in conservation. All in all, I’m becoming very used to this way of life and not looking forward to going back home.
Lawrence Smart