We are group from the community of Pijal in Otavalo that gathered to start our own business and we implemented communitarian tourism five years ago.
We want to offer adventure and experiential tourism with native tour guides, so we can make known wonderful tourist sites and services of the area such as: waterfalls, lakes, viewpoints, trails, horseback riding, lodging, handicrafts, food with agroecological products.
We also offer the experience of living within the indigenous communities for sharing our customs and traditions like ceremonies and ancestral knowledge. These actions are linked to the protection and conservation of landscaping such as paramo, slopes, rivers, streams, and sacred inca viewpoints.
Through the Purinkichu community tourism, we are linking tourists to our daily practices, making our culture known and; likewise, strengthening our community.