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Volunteer

Join in hands-on work at a local children’s home. Meet the staff and children.

Explore

Tour the capital of the Inca Empire – Cusco, Peru. Traverse the beautiful Sacred Valley.

Learn

Learn how to make Peru’s world-famous Pisco Sour and an authentic Peruvian dish.

Project Left Behind is a project-focused, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that volunteers, donates, and supports orphaned and neglected children around the world.

Adventures with a mission

Get your hands dirty and make a direct difference by traveling to a Children’s Home with a group of like-minded caring individuals. Meet the children, and staff Project Left Behind Supports. Gain a deeper knowledge of the local culture, history, traditions, sights, and have some fun!

Once a year, PLB Voluntours invites 10 to 12 amazing women to join us on an 8-day ‘voluntour’ experience to Cusco, Peru. Join us on an amazing two-day trip to Machu Picchu and a three-day intensive volunteer experience at a local children’s home that PLB supports. There will be some city touring, alone time in between, and probably a pisco sour or two.

Danielle painting
Heather and boy in Peru
Women working on foundation
Mountains in Peru
Painting the orphanage in Peru
Heather shoveling in Peru

Details & Activities

Volunteer

Volunteer at a local children’s home and form deep connections with remarkable people. Tour a doctors-without-borders non-profit medical facility that treats thousands of indigenous people. Stay in one of the most unique non-profit based hotels in Peru.

Explore

Step foot in the capital of the Inca Empire — Cusco, Peru. Discover South Africa’s most fascinating archaeological sites. Traverse the heart of the breath-taking Sacred Valley. Discover the unique towns of Pisac, Urubamba, and Ollantaytambo. Take in the sights on the famous Peru Rails. See the ‘”lost” city of the Incas — Machu Picchu — first-hand.

Learn

Learn how to make Peru’s world-famous Pisco Sour! Participate in an evening cooking class and prepare a delicious Peruvian dish.

Danielle and her boys
Danielle and Greg at the orphanage
Boys hugging Danielle

Testimony

“In deciding to go on this journey, my wish was to bring a touch of hope and happiness to the loving and beautiful Sacred Valley children, but really, this trip turned out to be a blessing returned to me.”

Jill Moore Sugar, 2016 Voluntour

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