About Us

A reliable and socially responsible tour operator for tours of Lake Titicaca Peru.

All Ways Travel Titicaca Peru is a Local Peruvian tour operator specializing in cultural exchange tours in the rural communities of Lake Titicaca. We are happy to help travellers who are looking for new and unique experiences in Lake Titicaca. We will do our best to assist you in the planning of interesting, socially responsible and customized itineraries.

What Makes us Different?

 

  • We “Walk the Talk and Talk the Walk” and this has been our philosophy since 1996 when we started All Ways Travel with the goal of developing a socially responsible and sustainable form of tourism.
  • We apply the ancient Quechua principle of “AYNI”: giving and receiving, between travellers and local people; exchanging, sharing and helping each other.
  • We strive to give our clients an enjoyable and memorable experience of the Andean culture, through personal interaction with local people.
  • We are committed to giving local people aware of the value of their culture, language and traditions, and pride at their indigenous origins.
  • We support the future of local communities with our time and resources by bringing in much needed educational development to their children.

How can Travellers Help

 

  • By being sympathetic of the local lifestyle and challenges and sharing in our passion for education. By sharing a little bit of your time and creativity you can bring a great deal of positive change. Children enjoy games, listening to music, singing and share laughs.
  • By donating a book or an educational toy. This is an easy way to make somebody’s day!
  • If you have more time you can help implement libraries, offer workshops of your choice for school children, and teach them how to use the libraries.
  • We have built already 14 libraries in different rural communities and our goal is to provide to the local community the capacity to receive educational material donations.
  • We support the future of local communities with our time and resources by bringing in much needed educational development to their children.
  • By paying directly to host families you are ensuring they benefit from tourism in a fair way. For years, the local people of rural communities have struggled to get fair treatment and payment from travel agencies, resorting often to panhandling. With us, you will pay directly to your host family for their cooking and lodging services.

Meet our team!

Eliana Pauca del Campo

Eliana Pauca del Campo

MANAGER DIRECTOR

Víctor Pauca Lazo

Víctor Pauca Lazo

EDUCATIONAL PROJECTS MANAGER

Vicentina Quispe

Vicentina Quispe

SALES AND RESERVATIONS MANAGER

Willy López

Willy López

SALES AND RESERVATIONS MANAGER

Jorge Casquino

Jorge Casquino

HEAD OF ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE OFFICE

Fernando Ponce

Fernando Ponce

LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONS MANAGER

Gladys Jilapa

Gladys Jilapa

LOGISTICS AND OPERATIONS MANAGER

Jose Luis Hilacasani

Jose Luis Hilacasani

AWT OFFICIAL TOUR GUIDE

Ronald Yunca

Ronald Yunca

DESTINATION DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

Ana Ruelas

Ana Ruelas

SUPERVISOR OF QUALITY SERVICES

María del Campo

María del Campo

AWT SOCIAL WORKER

Check out our outreach initiatives. 

Educational Project Amantaní

ALL WAYS TRAVEL TITICACA PERÚ has created a position in the company for an Educational Projects Manager. Victor Pauca Lazo organizes various meetings with different members of the communities such as parents, teachers, political authorities and local leaders in the many communities of Amantaní island.

We have successfully completed our short-term goals as well as phases’ one, two and three of our educational project on Amantaní island.

The result is that we have built self-sustaining libraries in 10 different small communities in Amantaní.

Educational Project Sillustani

ALL WAYS TRAVEL TITICACA PERU in Puno has designed a couple of itineraries that will allow the local community to benefit more directly from the tourism activity.

Our goal is to create a cultural exchange experience that will encourage respect for the environment, local customs, and traditions of locals, develop self-esteem in the local population, and, especially, put in order local investment in children’s education.