The Hutchison School in Peru

by: Allan  /    April 24, 2016

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The Hutchison School from Memphis, TN traveled to Peru this past June. Students walked in the steps of the Inca at Machu Picchu, learned about the preserved ancient cultures around Puno and Lake Titicaca, and whipped up some traditional Peruvian cuisine in Lima.  During their time in the Sacred Valley, the students worked alongside a rural mountain community to construct Clean Burning Stoves for several households.

Sending Supplies To Ecuador Earthquake Victims

by: Allan  /    April 24, 2016

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As part of our commitment to responsible tourism and ensuring the well being of the people and places we visit, Andean Discovery donated money to buy supplies for victims of the recent earthquake in Ecuador. Andean Discovery team members Evan and Melina traveled to Manabí, the province hit hardest by the earthquake, to deliver the supplies and the following is an account of their journey.

Exposing Reality To Students Via Travel And Not TV

by: Linda   /   March 6, 2016

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Most travelers bring home a trinket, souvenir, or knickknack from a trip.

Students from the New School of Northern Virginia returned home with a purpose. It was to improve lives of some Peruvians they met on their trip.

Student Reflects On Building Clean Stoves In Peru

by: Neha /    January 21, 2016

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My time working on the Clean Stove Project in Peru has been one of the most meaningful experiences in my life and has fueled my love for service. I have traveled around the world since I was a young child, but have never engaged in a country the way that I did on this trip. Not only were we able to participate in the culture, but we were able to make a difference in an incredibly special community.

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The Hutchison School in Peru

by: Allan  /    April 24, 2016

hutchison-school-blog-02

The Hutchison School from Memphis, TN traveled to Peru this past June. Students walked in the steps of the Inca at Machu Picchu, learned about the preserved ancient cultures around Puno and Lake Titicaca, and whipped up some traditional Peruvian cuisine in Lima.  During their time in the Sacred Valley, the students worked alongside a rural mountain community to construct Clean Burning Stoves for several households.

Sending Supplies To Ecuador Earthquake Victims

by: Allan  /    April 24, 2016

kids-playing-blog2

As part of our commitment to responsible tourism and ensuring the well being of the people and places we visit, Andean Discovery donated money to buy supplies for victims of the recent earthquake in Ecuador. Andean Discovery team members Evan and Melina traveled to Manabí, the province hit hardest by the earthquake, to deliver the supplies and the following is an account of their journey.

Exposing Reality To Students Via Travel And Not TV

by: Linda   /   March 6, 2016

Clean-Stove-1

Most travelers bring home a trinket, souvenir, or knickknack from a trip.

Students from the New School of Northern Virginia returned home with a purpose. It was to improve lives of some Peruvians they met on their trip.

Student Reflects On Building Clean Stoves In Peru

by: Neha /    January 21, 2016

Clean-Stove-2

My time working on the Clean Stove Project in Peru has been one of the most meaningful experiences in my life and has fueled my love for service. I have traveled around the world since I was a young child, but have never engaged in a country the way that I did on this trip. Not only were we able to participate in the culture, but we were able to make a difference in an incredibly special community.

Contact Us to Plan Your Own South American Journey >>