BUDGET STUDY ABROAD WITH CSA: PERU:
-Low cost academic programs
-Direct Admissions-Quick Docs-Open
Center for Study Abroad (CSA)
325 Washington Ave. S. #93
Kent, WA 98032 USA
Tel# 206-5838191 USA
Youth International (Experience the World!)
world becomes your classroom and experience your
Youth International is an
experiential learning program focussing upon
international travel and inter-cultural exchange,
volunteer community service, home stays, and outdoor
Travel for three months with a team
of up to 14 people between the ages of 18 and 25,
and two leaders.
Each group explores three different
countries in; Asia (Thailand, India, and Nepal), or
South America (Bolivia, Peru, and Ecuador including
the Galapagos Islands), Both trips run twice each
year from September to December and February to May.
Help build an orphanage in Bolivia,
live with a tribal family in Thailand, meditate with
Tibetan monks, do conservation work in the
Ecuadorian rainforest, visit the Taj Mahal, assist
the poor in Mother Teresa’s clinics in India, search
for wild animals while sailing through the Galapagos
Islands, hike along ancient footpaths in the
Himalayan Mountains, or along the Inca trail through
the Peruvian Andes to Machu Picchu, and much more.
These are just a few highlights on trips that hold
new adventures and new life lessons around every
Youth International is based in Evergreen, Colorado,
USA, and has been in operation since1997.
For info., program itineraries, and
Imagine a journey, a real life journey- where you
will experience a true cultural exchange. Our
programs are 2-3 weeks long; include homestays,
service projects and responsible touring. Sign up
today and see how a Crooked Trails program can
change you and the world for the better.
PO Box 94034
Seattle WA 98112, USA
Crooked Trails has several programs to
Peru, each with a homestay in either the
Andes or the Amazon. While each program
emphasizes a particular focus, the
fundamental aspects of the homestay
visits remain the same. Opportunities
exist in villages in the Cordillera
Blanca near Huaraz, in the Amazon, and
in the Sacred Valley near Cusco. Service
projects vary from village to village.
May, June, July, August and September
Learn about responsible tourism ethics.
Living and learning from local
Visiting sacred sites.
Light adventure such as rafting,
trekking, site seeing and jungle
A country of tremendous contrasts, Peru
appeals equally to biologists,
anthropologists, and adventurers.
Within its borders are 83 distinct
ecological zones, from arid coastline to
high mountain peaks to vast tropical
rainforest. Covering 60 percent of the
nation’s territory, the Peruvian Amazon
is among the most biologically rich
regions in the world but is one of the
least populated areas of the country.
Along with its amazing biological
diversity, Peru offers a fascinating
array of indigenous cultures and
beautiful colonial cities. Some
cultural groups have adapted to life
among the high plateaus and valleys of
the Andes Mountains, living in cities
and villages at more than 13,500 feet
above sea level. Hidden for centuries
in the mountain ramparts, the Incan
ruins of Machu Picchu tantalize
visitors. Modern-day descendents of the
Inca maintain vibrant traditions,
demonstrating the resourcefulness and
tenacity that have allowed them to
master the rugged landscapes of this
Program Cost Includes:
- Domestic flights within Peru
- All program transport in Peru
- All program accommodation
- Most meals
- All excursions and activities described in the
itinerary, including Machu Pichu.
- Crooked Trails facilitator, translators and local
guides as well as project fees.
- Assistance with flights to and from Lima.
Argentina • Chile • Peru •)
Volunteer and internship programs available.
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International Cultural Adventures
Live with local families! Serve communities in need! Study the language and put it to use! Learn about the culture experientially through seminars and local exploration! This unique cultural, educational and volunteer service experience provides participants with opportunities to acquire new perspectives on their lives and the world we live in by immersing themselves in the culture through a variety of engaging learning opportunities. A comprehensive Orientation & Education Phase appropriately prepares each participant to effectively serve in a volunteer project of their choice. Make friends and make a contribution through these extraordinary immersion programs in Nepal and Peru (summer & semester-length).
Contact: David, Program Director, International Cultural Adventures
Telephone: 888-339-0460 (toll-free) or 207-725-9288 (in Maine)
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Description: Spanish immersion
courses combined with workshops, cultural activities
and accommodation with locals throughout Mexico.