"Work makes man worthy"After a few years of experience, on February 14, 2001 was created the travel and tourism agency "Peru Travel Inca". Subsequently, the possibility of formalizing a company
corporate: Dimas Miranda. From this fusion of experiences is born the taste of the adventure and the will to share the passion and at the same time, the respect of the practice of a participative and sustainable tourism.
The quality of the services we offer to our clients is our priority. As tourism professionals, we also attach great importance and we feel responsible for the impact that our activities will have on the people and the environment of Peru. That's why we work with a Responsible Tourism goal.
In addition, our agency only works with professional guides who have a very good knowledge of the environment and local history.
Our tours are offered in the following languages: Spanish, French, English, German, Italian and Quechua. To enjoy a guide in one of its languages, do not hesitate to contact us!
Integrate communities by offering responsible tourism, minimizing our environmental and cultural impact on the Andean peoples.
Promote the development of their communities through joint work and that the benefits go directly to local families.
Being a leading tourism company in the city of Cusco that contributes to working with communities for their socio-economic development. For better balance, better sustainability and community integration as well as improving the quality of life of community members.
Our licenses as an Official Travel Agency & Inca Trail Operator is under the name of "Grupo Tourbulencia en Peru SRL." We are registered on the official Government web site: www.machupicchu.gob.pe.
Getting licensed by the government is a complicated and stringent process for the protection of tourists. The government evaluates your entire business operation and office site, if you paid taxes, they check the tour guides, porters, chefs, camping equipment, firt aid equipment and preparedness and if we are we part of the union. Those companies that do not have a tour operator license for the Inca Trail, do not have one because they cannot meet the standards required by the government.