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Explorer, adventurer, and Emmy-winning filmmaker, Kim is the author of The Last Days of the Incas and Life and Death in the Andes. He helps us hone in on South America’s best travel tales.
Widely translated author and recipient of Guggenheim Foundation grant, Alonso connects us to the soul of Peru through his various works touching upon the most realist elements of contemporary Peruvian society. He has a Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin and is a professor of literature at the Catholic University of Peru.
Doctorate in Economics from Oxford University, UK, and author of several works for the World Bank and the IMF, Gonzalo keeps us grounded in Peru’s everyday reality.
Former guide with Peru for Less and now professor of Latin American and Latino/a Studies at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, Javier contributes his endless knowledge of Peru’s past and present. Javier's expertise is featured on CNN as an Inca Expert Specialist.
The packages you see on our site are merely the starting point. The exact details of your trip, included activities and accommodation, will be decided in consultation with one of our expert travel advisors. We guarantee handpicked hotels, outstanding guides, and private tours whenever possible. Because this is your adventure.
Travel is not just about reaching a destination. It's about making the most of your time while you're there and leaving a positive impact. We at Inca Expert also believe giving back is vital. That’s why we work with locally-owned and sustainable hotels, lodges, and homestays, as well as ethical tour and trekking outfitters. Inca Expert is also a proud sponsor of the Concrete Jungle Foundation (CJF), which builds skatepark facilities for youth in underserved communities.
Working directly with locally owned companies ensures that the money spent by our travelers stays within the community and creates jobs for the people who live there. These economic benefits spill over into social benefits that instill locals with pride in their cultural roots. In the remote Andean and jungle regions of Peru, this helps keep traditional celebrations, cuisine and handicrafts a part of everyday life.