Free warm jacket for my litle friend!

if you are booking a tour with Us, you automatically are donating a warm jacket

Dear Friends and Supporters of Kenko Adventures,

In the heart of our small company beats a big dream for 2023 - 2024, a dream we believe can only come true with the collective efforts of our friends and clients from around the globe.

Founder of Kenko Adventure Peru, driven by a passion for positive change, has decided to infuse a social project into all our tours. When you book a tour with us, you're not just embarking on an adventure; you're also extending a helping hand. Each booking automatically translates into a warm jacket donated to the resilient children living in harsh conditions near the Andes Mountains.

While this may seem like a small project, we firmly believe that every act of kindness, no matter how modest, contributes to making the world a better place. Our goal is to grow this initiative, and with the support of more people, we can extend our assistance to even more deserving individuals.

The Peruvian landscape is not just breathtaking with its mountains and glaciers; it's also home to incredibly resilient people. Unfortunately, the local government falls short in addressing the welfare of those living in challenging conditions. This fuels our determination to make a positive impact, starting with the children.

As part of the Kenko Adventures Family, we've undertaken various social projects, and for 2023, we are excited to introduce this meaningful addition. We appreciate you taking the time to read this message, as we believe transparency is key in letting you know where your support goes when you choose to journey with us.

 

Best Regards.

Elivis Roque Gota.

Kenko Adventures Family
 

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