In addition to this, they have incorporated a strategic fine gourmet dining experience in accord to each ecocamps altitude, as well as additional eco-friendly activities. They offer several extra activities in and around the ecocamps, such as horseback riding, cooking classes and yoga.
The Peru Ecocamp concept is one that prioritizes concern for the environment, coupled with eco-friendly development that is sustainable over time. Our goal is to benefit our strategic partners, while at the same time working on skills building and job creation initiatives for the local communities who form part of the Peru Ecocamp family.
Planted with organic gardens, using solar energy and natural water sources, the Ecocamps offer guests a luxurious camping experience in a natural setting, while reducing to an absolute minimum our environmental impact.
All domes are 28m2 / 300 ft2, providing king-size or twin beds. Equipped with a private bathroom (toilet & a hydromassage shower), wood burning stove and enough blankets to keep you warm. Dinner and drinks are served in either the dining dome or lobby/bar dome. Experience luxurious accommodation and typical Andean food prepared using local, fresh and organic ingredients.
Ten minutes away from the quiet town of Mollepata in the province of Limatambo. Using green technology, it offers the area’s first 100% sustainable camping experience.
Soray is the second Ecocamp and a 45-minute drive or day trekking from Pincopata. Soraypampa is the beautiful and peaceful area that is only home to a few campsites and our Ecocamp, overlooked by both the Sacred Humantay and Salkantay mountains.
Humantay is the highest of all the Ecocamps, sitting at 3,900 m / 12,792 ft. It is also the coldest camp due to the altitude. It is located on a flat expanse of pampa watched over by Mount Humanta.
The beautiful Ecocamp is the only accommodation offered in the area. The exclusive route between Huayra and Milpo means that you will not meet any other travelers along the way.
The final Ecocamp is located in the small town of Lucamabamba, in the Santa Teresa Valley. It is surrounded by local farms producing a variety of produce from coffee to exotic tropical fruits and honey