For the guest

  1. Respect the culture and traditions of the indigenous community you visit. Learn about their history, customs, and beliefs before arriving.
  2. Purchase artifacts or souvenirs that are authentic to the community, thus supporting local producers and fair trade.
  3. If you want to take your own pictures, talk to community members to be consensual and not invade their privacy.
  4. Always ask before taking part in any cultural or religious activity.
  5. Respect the standards set by tour guides and community leaders.
  6. Treat all members of the community with respect and kindness.
  7. To make projects, donations, etc. is a great responsibility and generates expectations within the community members; it fulfills the offers and commitments made.

We hope these recommendations will help you to be a responsible and respectful tourist when you visit indigenous communities or buy native art. ¡ Enjoy your trip!

For the host

  1. The host is trained, learns, and respects the difference, culture, traditions, and way of life of visitors or guests.
  2. Make sure that visitors or guests are informed about cultural expectations and appropriate behavioral standards.
  3. It offers authentic and respectful two-way experiences that reflect the culture and traditions of your community.
  4. Make sure that visitors or guests receive a warm welcome and feel comfortable during their stay.
  5. Provides clean, safe, and comfortable accommodation for visitors or guests.
  6. Ensure that visitors or guests receive adequate and healthy food during their stay.
  7. Respect the privacy and personal space of visitors or guests.
  8. It fosters a long-term relationship with visitors or guests based on mutual trust, respect, and collaboration.

We hope these recommendations will help you be a responsible and respectful host when welcoming tourists to your indigenous community. ¡ Thank you for your commitment to sustainable and inclusive tourism!

For the Commercial Intermediary

  1. It works in collaboration with indigenous communities to design tourism experiences that are authentic and respectful of their culture and traditions (inclusion and sustainability).
  2. Ensure that community members receive fair compensation for their work and services (fair trade).
  3. It trains community members in business and digital skills to help them foster a more inclusive and diversified value chain (sustainability).
  4. It respects the vital priorities of host communities, such as the environment, community welfare and cultural preservation (sustainability).
  5. It sensitizes visitors to appropriate behaviors when visiting an indigenous community, including respect for their culture, traditions, and way of life (empathy and inclusion).
  6. Ensure that your business practices are sustainable and environmentally responsible (sustainability).
  7. It fosters a long-term relationship with indigenous communities based on mutual trust, respect, and collaboration (sustainability).

We hope these recommendations will help you be a responsible and respectful tour operator when working with indigenous communities. ¡ Thank you for your commitment to sustainable and inclusive tourism!

For NFT users

  1. Ensure that the NFTs you acquire have been created by artists from the indigenous community or people and that they have been fairly compensated for their work.
  2. Respect the culture and traditions of indigenous communities when acquiring and using NFTs (reciprocal exchange of goods and services).
  3. Use NFTs with the prior permission of artists or indigenous communities.
  4. We shall ensure that the funds generated by the sale of NFTs are used for projects proposed by indigenous communities (sustainable development).
  5. It raises awareness among other users of the importance of respect for ethnic diversity (culture, traditions, and way of life of indigenous communities).
  6. It fosters a long-term relationship with indigenous communities, based on mutual trust, solidarity, and collaboration (sustainability).

We hope these recommendations help you to be a responsible and respectful user when acquiring and using art NFTs and experiences that generate funds for sustainable development in native communities. ¡ Thank you for your commitment to sustainable and inclusive tourism!

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Comprised of 80 families and around 300 people, located 9 km from the town of Ollantaytambo in Peru. It highlights the quarries in the area, which were exploited in Inca times to transport stones to Ollantaytambo, and also mentions the presence of pre-Hispanic chullpas.

Made up of approximately 180 families, tourists who visit them can learn to carve in Marmolina stone. Its natural charm is the Perolniyoc waterfalls and within the route you can see part of the Qapacñan of the Incas (the main Inca's trail).

Community of approximately 180 families, its agricultural activity is its main economic means. The tourists who visit them have the opportunity to know the traditions and daily life of the communards.

Community made up of approximately 70 families. Its view is beautiful and you can see the snowy Pitusiray and the town of Calca.

The community is characterized by their good structure, they have developed tourist activities that include walks to the mountains where they make interpretations of the traditional "ACHUPALLA" plant

Community made up of 40 families who live from what they produce on their lands, have ancestral farming techniques and tools that continue to be practiced over the years.
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Made up of 200 families, its main activity is agriculture and livestock and they stand out for the textiles and crafts. This community has the so-called balcony of the Sacred Valley.

It consists of 25 families, whose main activity is agriculture and animal husbandry. In addition, the ancestral textile where they reflect their iconography.

Community of 200 families. Their most representative traditional activity is the textile industry and they offer to show visitors how they make their craft production.