be a Responsible Traveller



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Peru is one of the most beautiful and interesting countries of South America, help us to take care of it. Please organize and travel in a responsible form!.

Peru Travel


1.- When are you planning your trip, choose those providers that offer guarantees of quality and respect for human rights and the environment.

2.- Also make sure that the companies that you hire during your trip are formal and established; because it means that they pay taxes and this support the growth and development of the country.

3.- Plan your route to minimize carbon emissions – travel by train or public bus where it is possible, minimize internal flights.

4.- Pack the right PPE gear. (Personal protective equipment). Bring Hand sanitizer and bring masks for you and your family.


  • Read about our culture and learn a few words in spanish – traveling with respect earns you respect.
  • Remove all excess packaging – waste disposal is difficult in remote places like Valleys, rivers or traditional towns.
    Take to your trip rechargeable batteries for camera or other electronic devices; if not, please return the old batteries to your country. In Peru battery recycling is difficult and in many places almost impossible; please do not forget that one battery can contaminate 40 liters of water.
  • If you dont know how to manage a old battery during your trip, please talk to us to inform you where and how is the best way to dispose them.
  • Take a Reusable Botle of Water and a cloth bag with you.
  • Take with you Solid Shampu (You can not imagine the amount of bottles of shampoo and soap that our travelers leave in hotels.)
  • Ask to Giardino Tour agent or your Travel agent for specific tips for responsible travel in your destination.


  • Buy local products and use local restaurants.
    Take tours where you know that hire a local guide – you’ll discover more about local culture and lives, and they will earn an income.
  • Remeber that “cheap prices” does not means “quality and fair prices” in many cases you are supporting informality or abuse of employes and providers.
  • Do not buy products made from endangered species, hard woods, or ancient remains or artefacts.
  • Respect local cultures, traditions and holy places – if you have a doubt ask for advice or don’t visit.
  • Hire a bike or walk when convenient – its a great way to meet local people on their terms and reduce pollution and carbon emissions: Support the walking tours offered by your local tour Operators.
  • Use water sparingly – its very precious in many regions and tourists tend to use more than local people.
  • Try to minimize waste generation. They are a source of contamination.
  • If you walk in a natural area, make sure that the only trace that you left behind is your “footprint”.
  • If you are interested in taking part in some social support during your trip to Peru; Giardino Tour Operator works with and organizes different actions to support our communities and the enviroment. Please Check our Social work Calender.
  • Also Giardino Tour Operator works with the children’s house “Hogar de Cristo – Arequipa” a non-profit organization that help children who work on the streets and the organization of “Medicos Solidarios Arequipa”.
  • Contact us to learn about the different ways and possibilities that you can help and participate in our social activities. 
  • Remember that local people have different ways of thinking and concepts of time, this just makes them different, But is nothing wrong with that – cultivate the habit of asking questions. Be a curious and deep traveler, and take the advantages of this rich experience in Peru.
  • When you buy gifts and souvenirs look for products that are expressions of local culture. This promote the economy of the people and their cultural diversity.

Try to contribute during your trip with your presence to the development of responsible and sustainable tourism for a healthier planet and solidarity.


  • Write to your tour operator or hotel with any comments or feedback about your holiday, and especially include any suggestions on reducing environmental impacts and increasing benefits to local communities.
  • Support good and Reliable Tour Operators using the Media like Trip advisor, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc…Positive comments motivate.
  • Remember that is our goal that you get back home with great experiences and memories about our Country. If you are no happy with a service, inform your agent immediately and ask for an explanation and more infos.
  • If you’ve promised to send pictures or gifts to local people remember to do so!
We thank you for your support and help. Together we can enjoy a Responsible and positive journey in Peru.

Giardino Tours Team.

Responsible Peru Travel Experiences