Panorama International Travel Philanthropy
Panorama International travel is committed to integrity, values and ensuring that we are fulfilling the core purpose of our business. We will incorporate charity work and social projects to the Peruvian communities. Our company charity work will include donating 5% of each tour package proceeds to low-income families. The social projects include organizing educational seminars for low-income children. Our priority is not just the success of our company, but to make a social and economic difference for the families of Peru.
Panorama International will also provide new options of tourism to our customers. The company will focus on ecotourism. Panorama purpose is to educate the traveler in the country and provide funds for ecological conservation that directly benefit the economic development. The company will focus on new alternatives of tourism that focus on destinations where flora, fauna, and cultural heritage are the primary attractions.
Our commitments with ecotourism are:
- To Build environmental awareness
- Provide direct financial benefits from our conservation
- Provide financial benefits and empowerment to local people of the communities
- Respect local culture and customs of the communities that we are visiting.
Volunteer Network Peru
Do you want to help give hope to some of the world’s most impoverished children? Join up with one of our childcare placements and provide children with love and attention. Volunteers will be able to assist the children with their homework, organize educational activities, and help take care of their basic needs. There are many different childcare placements available in Cusco, homes for abused children, daycares for babies, community centers, and shelters.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR
Do you want to create some truly lasting memories this Xmas? This weeklong adventure will invite you into the hearts of the Peruvian people, and allow you to have the chance to bring smiles and laughter to underprivileged children and adults in Cusco, Peru. The Christmas and New Year project, starting on December 20, will focus on children’s programs and will allow the visitor to live and get a firsthand experience in rural residents of Peru.
Do you speak English? With your help, more and more residents of Cusco will be able to have the opportunity to learn to speak English. At our Teaching English program, volunteers will assist full time teachers with English speaking, listening, writing, reading, grammar, and vocabulary lessons. Volunteers may also be asked to do one on one tutoring with specific learners who are struggling with pronunciation. This opportunity is a great way to improve your Spanish and most importantly help someone else improve their English.
Are you medically trained or currently in training? Would you like to share your skills and knowledge? Do you feel inspired to help the most vulnerable people stay healthy? In our Healthcare volunteer program, you will work at a clinic for impoverished families in Cusco. This project is for med students or currently qualified nurses or doctors. Volunteers for these projects require at least intermediate Spanish as the staff they will work with have limited English.