The Train to Machu Picchu

By Shannon Walsh, Sales Intern My trip to Machu Picchu started bright and early at five o’clock in…


TripAdvisor Names Machu Picchu World’s Top Landmark

By Eryn Ratcliffe, Marketing and Education Volunteer In June, TripAdvisor released a list of the…


Awamaki Raffle

Enter Awamaki's raffle today and you may have the chance to win a free trip to Peru to visit…


A Few Tips for Your Visit to Ollantaytambo

Keeping Nature Beautiful: A Guide to Sustainable Tourism Awamaki strives to improve the lives of…


Raffle Winners!

A big congratulations to the Giuliani family of Mercer Island, Washington for their winning ticket…


Meet Ingrid, our Volunteer Coordinator from Paraguay

Meet Awamaki's Staff Ingrid from Asuncion, Paraguay Volunteer Coordinator A: What do you do as the…


Meet Three of Our Dental Health Volunteers

Meet Awamaki's Volunteers: Names: Ellis, Daniel, and Joshua Hometown: Birmingham, Alabama…


Lady in the Sacred Valley

After two lovely days in Machu Picchu, it was time to head back to Cuzco. But when my train…


Journey to Machu Picchu and Waynapicchu

The Machu Picchu ticket office in Aguas Calientes, Peru closes at 9pm, and our train pulled in at…