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Exodus Travels Foundation: Projects in Americas

Exodus Travels Foundation: Projects in Americas

From the rainbow mountains of Peru to the expansive jungle canopies of Costa Rica, the Americas are as diverse as they are vast. As our adventuring across this continent grew over the decades, so too did our affinity with so many communities who have inspired us, welcomed us, and guided us. Find out how The Exodus Travels Foundation is transforming travel into a force for good with our current projects across the Americas below.

Key Projects

The Inca Trail Porter Project

The Inca Trail Porter Project

Peru

Uniting the life and soul of The Inca Trail, the local porters, with their rich cultural heritage at Macchu Pichu. Read more about the initiative here

The Inspiration Project

The Inspiration Project

Global

Uniting disadvantaged children with the wonders of the world on their very doorsteps across many different countries globally. Read more here.

Community Kickstart

The Community Kickstart Project

Global

Enabling our global partners and tour leaders to kickstart various initiatives to help their local communities recover and rebuild. Read more here.  

Other Projects:

P E R U

  • The Café Project - This project facilitated a vocational training site for young adults with disabilities in Cusco, creating employment opportunities within their community. In 2018, Exodus’ contribution funded the first three months of the café operationally, which directly benefitted 15 local young people.
  • The Rainbow Centre Project – In 2002, in the small town of Urubamba, nestled in the Inca Sacred Valley, The Rainbow Centre was established which was the only haven of its kind to offer specialist support to those with disabilities in the surrounding area. Exodus provided sustained support for the community centre between the years 2007-2011 which allowed the centre to continue its incredible work both in its outreach programmes and with its regular visitors.