Peru stands out for its great cultural and natural diversity with artistic and cultural expressions, traditional knowledge, native languages, gastronomy, music, archaeological sites, among others. However, the key element of this unique landscape is its indigenous peoples. They are the protectors of Mother Earth, who through their ancestral knowledge about the biological rhythms of nature and wisdom, teach a more sustainable worldview.
Located five hours from Lima, capital of Peru, to the south of the province of Yauyos. The origins of the Jaqaru people are associated with the expansion of the Wari culture between the years 600 and 700 (Bautista 2010).
El pueblo Jaqaru of Aiza, Tupe and Colca keep a secret little known by the great majority of peruvians, they has an ancient language that is spoken only here, as if that were not enough the jaqaru women wear a very different beautiful traditional suit.
The jaqaru language is in serious danger of disappearing. — Peruvian Minister of Culture
The Québec Declaration (2002) on ecotourism, points out that it has enormous potential for poverty reduction for indigenous communities and environmental protection. In that sense, Lima Explorer Tours is interested in offering sustainable visits to the Jaqaru communities in order to provide an alternative in their economy and a ecocultural touristic visit to learn and live amazing experiences.