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Daddy, let’s go on a trip! ...Can you imagine the look of amazement on your child’s face as they contemplate the new wonder of the world which is Machu Picchu, or as they meet a family descended from the Incas? Picture them sleeping in tents in the Andes like real explorers. Or imagine their excitement as they wander the trails and travel the rivers of the Amazon rainforest, delighting in the spectacle of parrots, macaws, caimans and monkeys as they learn about the importance of nature conservation in a fun way. Travel is always an adventure, for children and adults of all ages, but for the young travel is a source of very special and unforgettable emotions, as well as an inexhaustible source of new knowledge. A child’s view of travel is always tinted with a sense of magic and adventure, so why not let us show you and your family the many wonders of Peru?

Itinerary

Day 1 Lima – The City of Kings

Day 2 Cusco - A Thousand And One Nights

Day 3 Adventure Park, City Tour and local markets

Day 4 Sacred Valley - Land of the Incas

Day 5 Explore the trail to the lost city of the Incas - Mini Inca trail to Machu Picchu

Day 6 Machu Picchu – The New Wonder of the World

Day 7 Rafting - Be a River Captain!  

Day 8 Amazon Forest

Day 9 Amazon Forest - Swim at the Río Gato Falls

Day 10 Archery and Flight through the Canopy of the Rainforest

Day 11 Amazon Forest - Lima 

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1 Lima – The City of Kings

Arrival in the city of Lima / Visit the monastery of San Francisco and the Gold Museum

You will be met at the airport and transferred to the hotel. Visit the City of Kings, including the historic center of Lima with its fine buildings from the colonial period. Visit the church of San Francisco, exploring its cloisters, catacombs and the religious museum. We will then head to Peru’s Gold Museum, which also has a collection of weapons from all over the world. The gold artifacts come from Peru’s many pre-Hispanic cultures, while the collection of ancient and modern weapons is considered one of the best in the world.

Meals: L (Welcome lunch)

Day 2 A Thousand And One Nights

Lima – Cusco / free time to become accustomed to the altitude and in the evening the Nights of Moon and Stars program

Transfer to Lima airport and in Cusco to your hotel of choice. You will have free time in Cusco to allow you to acclimate, and in the evening we will visit the most impressive and magical sights of this cosmopolitan city. Join us to visit the monument to the great Inca emperor Pachacutec, with its fine panoramic views of the city of Cusco. We will then visit the fountains of Pumacchupan (“the puma’s tail”, in Quechua) and walk through the neighborhood of San Blas, with its narrow streets packed with popular local art and traditional handcrafts. From San Blas we will walk downhill to the street known still by its Quechua name of Hatunrumiyoc (“the street of the big stone”), which is famous for the so-called “Twelve-angled Stone” that forms part of the palace walls of the emperor Inca Roca. From here it is a short walk towards the city’s great main square, the Plaza de Armas, which at night is spectacularly illuminated and crowded with both local people and travelers from all over the world. The plaza is surrounded by some of Cusco’s most imposing historic buildings. We will have fine views of the plaza from the small Tricentenario square, before going up to the remains of the ancient Inca palace of Qolqampata, near the church of San Cristóbal, for remarkable panoramic views of the entire historic center of Cusco.

We will have an opportunity to learn typical Andean dances and dine at a typical local restaurant for your welcome to Cusco dinner.

Meals: FB (lunch will be light to avoid problems with the altitude)

Day 3 Adventure Park, City of Stone and local markets

Activities involving fun and adventure in the morning / Afternoon walking city tour and Inca ruins of Sacsayhuaman

During the morning you will take part in the fun activities on offer at the best adventure park in South America, where you will have the opportunity to participate together with your children in the following activities (choose one or more of the activities in which you would like to take part at the time of booking):

  • Bungee jump: This is the highest jump in South America, with jumps made from a platform 122 meters above the ground.

  • Slingshot, or human catapult.

  • Swing, or pendulum.

  • Flying box.

  • Paintball

  • Climbing wall

For more information: www.actionvalley.com

Please note: Adventure and fun are guaranteed, and so is total safety.

We will take the lunch at Aldea Restaurant Yanapay, this is a beautiful place decorate like a school or kindergarten with toys, children´s decorations, paintings, crayons made by children of the Aldea, this is part of the economic self-sustainability concept of the social project, after we will make a walking city tour. The tour begins with a visit to the city’s cathedral, which was erected on the site of one of the most important temples of the Inca period, dedicated to the creator god Wiracocha. Construction last almost 100 years. The interior houses a collection of paintings from the Cusco School of religious art. From the cathedral we will head to the Qoricancha, the Inca Temple of the Sun, to see its fine stonework and learn about its history as the most important shrine in the Inca Empire. From here we will leave the city and venture into the surrounding hills. Saqsayhuaman was the ancient House of the Sun, and today we can observe beautiful stone constructions erected by the Incas on a massive scale.

Meals: B.L. (lunch at Aldea Yanapay restaurant)

Day 4 Land of the Incas

Sacred Valley

We will visit the market of Pisaq, where a colorful handcrafts market of Andean jewelry, textiles, pottery and other items shares space on the main square with a traditional produce market. This market is open on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays. We will then continue our trip by visiting the Inca fortress of Ollantaytambo, which conserves intact the urban plan as it was laid out by the Incas. This site was once inhabited by members of the Inca nobility, and we will visit its agricultural terraces, temples and residential areas. During our return to Cusco we will visit the Andean village of Chinchero, with its church, splendid indigenous market and Inca ruins.

Meals: B.L.

Day 5 Explore the Trail to the Lost City of the Incas

Mini Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

This is a hike through high altitude tropical forest to Machu Picchu. The trail is fascinating for its variety of flora and fauna and takes hikers through the picturesque Inca ruins of Wiñay Wayna. This is a great alternative for families of travelers.

The trip begins with a train ride to Kilometer 104 of the line from Cusco to Machu Picchu, from where the hike begins. We cross the Urubamba River and visit the Inca sites of Choquesuysuy and Wiñay Wayna during the approximately two-hour walk. Walking uphill, we will have splendid views of the Urubamba Canyon with its dense vegetation surrounded by great snow-capped mountain peaks over 5000 meters high.

Wiñay Wayna was an Inca agricultural settlement and crops were grown on steep manmade terraces that were watered by impressive irrigation systems. In the afternoon we will continue along the final section of the famous Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, surrounded by lush vegetation and abundant fauna, before arriving at Inti Punku, the Sun Gate, from where we will have our first views of the citadel of Machu Picchu.

We will spend the night in a hotel near the ruins of Machu Picchu or in the nearby village of “Aguas Calientes”

Day 6 Machu Picchu – The New Wonder of the World

We will get up early today for our visit to the majestic sanctuary of Machu Picchu, which was discovered for science by Hiram Bingham in 1911. For centuries thick forest had hidden one of the greatest treasures of the Americas. The guided tour includes visits to the most important temple sites, dwellings, plazas and storage areas, as well as leaving you time to explore the ruins independently. Few manmade structures can boast such harmony with nature, as you will appreciate as you wander around the site independently.

In the afternoon we will return by train to the city of Cusco, where you will be transferred to your hotel.

Day 7 Rafting - Be a river captain!  

This will be a day filled with intense adventure and adrenalin on the waters of the sacred river of the Incas. The sections for rafting vary from Class I to Class IV. We will leave the hotel very early and drive towards our base camp, where your river guides will provide you with the equipment needed for rafting, including helmets, oars or paddles, suits, etc. After an informative talk regarding safety, you will run the rapids in the company of your professional guides for approximately two hours, after which we will return to our camp for a nourishing lunch. We return to the city of Cusco in the afternoon.

Day 8 Amazon Forest

You will be transferred to Cusco airport for the flight to Puerto Maldonado in the rainforest, from where you will be transferred to the port for the approximately four hour boat ride to the WASAI WASAI Tambopata Lodge & Research Center. During the boat ride we will be able to observe large colonies of birds belonging to several species, as well as having the opportunity to observe family groups of capybaras (at 60 kilos the world’s largest rodents). You will be met at the lodge and escorted to your room. After time for a brief rest, we will make our first visit to the rainforest surrounding the lodge to observe and listen to insects, bats, frogs and –if we are fortunate- some nocturnal mammals. The night will be spent at the WASAÍ Tambopata Lodge.

Day 9 Amazon Forest - Swim at the Río Gato Falls

Before dawn we will cross the Tambopata River to observe hundreds of parrots and macaws on the banks of the Río Gato, as they land to feed on the minerals in the mud. Along the way it is also possible to see groups of monkeys and other animals, as well as interesting plants and insects. After breakfast there will be time to rest in the beautiful grounds of the lodge, and enjoy fishing or a swim in the river or under its lovely waterfalls. After lunch, we will board our boat and head into the Bahuaja Sonene National Park, which will provide us with an excellent opportunity to see birds and animals such as capybara, turtles, caimans and even jaguar. Towards the end of the afternoon we will arrive at the site known as Collpa de Chunchos, where we will make camp on the banks of the river. As we observe the sunset we will have time for a refreshing swim in the river, or to fish from the banks. That night we will try to observe some of the area’s mammals and amphibious fauna. We will spend the night camping in the National Park.

Day 10 Amazon Forest - Archery or Flight through the Canopy of the Rainforest    

We will wake in the morning to the cries of howler monkeys in the treetops. Shortly after dawn hundreds of parrots will begin to arrive, flying through the red morning sky. We will be able to observe several species of parrots and macaws as they gather to feed on the mineral salts found in the clay walls of the riverbank. This spectacular natural show of sound and color lasts for just a few hours during the early morning. We will then have a very simple breakfast on the beach, after which we will take a short walk into the forest in search of birds and animals. After our walk in the forest we will set off back to the lodge. Today we will also be able to enjoy an ethno-botanical walk, during which we will learn about the medicinal plants of the region. In the afternoon you will have free time to walk along the forest trails, relax in a hammock, go fishing or swimming, as well as visiting the local community or choosing from the following activities:

  • Zip Line in the forest Canopy

Participants are hoisted one hundred feet above the ground into a large, emergent tree. Then, after being strapped into a harness and attached to a tandem zip line of stainless steel aircraft cables, you will be able to delight in the sensation of traveling through the air from one giant tree to another. The speed of the flight can be controlled by the user to soar rapidly, slow down, or stop to take pictures. In all, several old-growth emergent trees are used, with wooden platforms to allow participants to stop and rest and study life in the forest canopy.

Galvanized steel and stainless steel aircraft cable capable of supporting over 12,000 pounds is used in the construction of the system. While traveling through the trees participants are hooked onto the zip-line cable as well as a secondary safety cable. Every precaution has been taken to ensure total safety during the ride.

  • Archery

After the evening meal we will take a boat ride along the river near the lodge in search of nocturnal caimans. The night will be spent at the WASAÍ Tambopata Lodge.

Day 11 Amazon Forest - In Search of Giant Otters

After breakfast at the lodge we will begin the return journey along the Tambopata River, downriver towards the town of Puerto Maldonado. We will arrive at the WASAI Maldonado Ecolodge in time for lunch. In the afternoon we will travel along the Madre de Dios River for around 30 minutes, after which we will walk through the forest to the calm and beautiful waters of Lake Sandoval. At the lake our guide will row us in a small wooden canoe in search of giant otters and birds such as the hoatzin and aningha. Sunset over the lake is a spectacular sight. Returning at nightfall, we will walk through the rainforest in search of nocturnal creatures, after which we will board our boat on the Madre de Dios River for our return to the lodge, where we will be served our farewell evening meal. The night will be spent at the WASAI Maldonado Ecolodge

Day 12 Amazon Forest - Lima

Breakfast and transfer to the airport for the flight to Lima.

And if you would like to participate in other activities, we can suggest and organize the following:

  • Mountain biking in the Andes

Saqsayhuaman ruins – Half day tour

Mountain biking in Peru; at 9:00 a.m. We bike from Cusco to the famous Inca´s fortress of Saqsayhuaman and the other ruins located nearby, Qenqo, Puca pucara and Tambomachay, finishing in the main square of Cusco at noon.

Included:

  • Private transportation – round trip

  • Professional bilingual guide and expert in mountain biking

  • Bicycle with front suspension, helmet and gloves

  • Box lunch

Not included:

  • Guided visit to the archeological places

  • Entrance fees

We recommend that you take:

  • Short pants or suitable clothes to bike

  • Sun block

  • Hat, sunglasses, cap and accessories

  • Waterproof rain jacket or poncho

  • Backpack for carrying items for daily use such as cameras, water bottles, etc.

  • If you wish to visit the archeological places, writ us to our e-mail: info@andeanskyline.com

  • Short treks in Cusco – Families Adventures

Huchuy Qosqo Trek 2 days / 1 night

Day 1 Cusco - Patabamba - Huchuy Qosqo

It’s an excellent short trek for families! This is a wonderful trip, the scenery is spectacular and the people that you encounter along the way are amazing, it covers very varied terrain and allows you to camp right on the Huchuy Qosqo (little Cusco) archaeological site and have a great view of the Urubamba valley. You will start your day by driving to Patabamba, approximately 1 1/2 hours. Here the people are lovely, genuine and the children are incredibly curious, option of visit a weaver´s home, then you will meet your crew and pack animals, and start your trek. The hike really is amazing and the scenery changes drastically. You hike through a couple small communities which gives you a great sense of how the Andean people really live. You will need to carry nothing else than your camera and water bottle. Food is plentiful and made from fresh ingredients. Cooked breakfast and dinner, picnic lunch and morning and afternoon snacks with hot beverages. Tents will be set up when you arrive at your campsite. This trek is off the main tourist trail. Today you will walk a total 13 km. Overnight in tents

Meals: L.D.

Day 2 Huchuy Qosqo – Lamay - Urubamba valley

They kindly wake up by putting a cup of hot tea in your hands, after a nutritious cooked breakfast visit the ruins of Huchuy Qosqo which are quite impressive. You will hike downhill to Lamay on the banks of the Urubamba Valley. It is about 2 hours down then you will drive till Urubamba to enjoy a pottery or weaving lesson with the experts. Try your hand at creating your own “masterpiece” under the guidance of one a skilled local. Using rich colours and traditional patterns you can create a vase, or a cup – a lasting original momento of your family trip to Peru. This is a fascinating and fun two hour session for all the family. Lunch at a local restaurant and return to your hotel.

Meals: B.L.

Included:

  • Pre-departure briefing

  • Transport to the start of the trail and transfer to the hotel in the sacred Valley

  • Entrance fees

  • Professional bilingual guide (English and Spanish), 2 guides for groups of over 8 people.

  • Accommodation on the trek is camping (1 night). Tents are set up by the porters.

  • Meals described in the program (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner, FB=Full board), in the trek the meals are prepared by the trek cook and also includes: daily morning snack, daily tea service except last day, vegetarian or special menus are available at no extra cost.

  • Services during the trek: wranglers, horses and mules for carrying equipment and personal gear, saddle horse for emergencies and auxiliary staff

  • Camping equipment: Personal tents (2 people in each 4-people capacity tent, they are 3 season and highly maintained), mattresses, sleeping bag, kitchen tent, dining tent with tables and chairs, toilet tent, household items.

  • Accommodation for all our staff

  • Chef and cooking equipment

  • Hot water every morning to clean up and boiled water to fill in your canteen every morning or night.

  • First aid kit and emergency oxygen supply

  • Bag for the gear you will need during the trek

  • All the garbage produced during the trek will be returned to the city of Cusco

Not included:

  • Meals not described in the program

  • Personal expenses

  • Any kind of personal insurance

  • Tips

Day 1 Patakancha (3,900m/12,795ft) - Ipsaycocha (4,600m/15,092ft)The Quechuas trek / Patacancha - Lares

Drive to Patakancha, a Quechua community, where people live very much like their Inca ancestors, in stone and adobe homes with thatch roofs. The locals weave much of their clothing, work the land with foot ploughs and live off their llama and alpacas supplementing their income working as porters. Visit the community and school. After the community visit you will meet your trekking crew, your kit will be loaded, and you will start your hike. As you leave the village, you will enjoy views of Alpaca and llama herds grazing along the trail. The scenery is typical of the high Andes with “ichu” or high altitude grass as well as some polylepis trees. After approximately 1.5 hours of ascent the trail flattens and you reach “Ipsaycocha”, a beautiful small lagoon near the campsite (4,200m/13,780ft). Overnight in tents.

Day 2 Ipsaycocha (4,600m/15,092ft) - Lares (3,400m/11,155ft) - Urubamba (2600m/8,530ft)

After breakfast you will begin your ascent for about 1 hour until you reach the Ipsa pass at 4,400 m. This is your highest point on the trek and a good place to observe Andean Condors. After the pass, the rest of your hike will be downhill. You begin to descend for about 3 hours until you reach the community of Huacahuasi, another traditional village where people live close to the land, farming the same way their Inca ancestors did. Today the scenery will be dramatically different from yesterday: potato, barley, quinoa and corn fields abound. A further walk of 2-3 hours will take you to the hot springs near the colonial village of Lares 3400 m. After a dip in the thermal baths you will return to your hotel for an afternoon of relaxation. Enjoy a traditional dinner.

Included:

  • Pre-departure briefing

  • Transport to the start of the trail and transfer to the hotel in the sacred Valley

  • Entrance fees

  • Professional bilingual guide (English and Spanish), 2 guides for groups of over 8 people.

  • Accommodation on the trek is camping (1 night). Tents are set up by the porters.

  • Meals described in the program (B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner, FB=Full board), in the trek the meals are prepared by the trek cook and also includes: daily morning snack, daily tea service except last day, vegetarian or special menus are available at no extra cost.

  • Services during the trek: wranglers, horses and mules for carrying equipment and personal gear, saddle horse for emergencies and auxiliary staff

  • Camping equipment: Personal tents (2 people in each 4-people capacity tent, they are 3 season and highly maintained), mattresses, sleeping bag, kitchen tent, dining tent with tables and chairs, toilet tent, household items.

  • Accommodation for all our staff

  • Chef and cooking equipment

  • Hot water every morning to clean up and boiled water to fill in your canteen every morning or night.

  • First aid kit and emergency oxygen supply

  • Bag for the gear you will need during the trek

  • All the garbage produced during the trek will be returned to the city of Cusco

Not included:

  • Meals not described in the program

  • Personal expenses

  • Any kind of personal insurance

  • Tips

  • Horse back riding

Horse Back Riding

Enjoy an unforgettable experience in direct contact with the nature and surrounded by magnificent archaeological centers, but in a different and funny way, the riding will take you to the Saqsayhuaman archaeological complex, appreciating along the way, beautiful landscapes.

Itinerary: Leave the city of Cusco at 9:00 a.m., to Enaco, starting point of this adventure, once there; we will initiate our cavalcade to Saqsayhuaman. You will take a box lunch, which is going to be tasted before arriving to Saqsayhuaman. During the tour, a tour guide and a carrier will accompany to show you the highlights of the route.

This excursion takes approximately 5 hours.

Includes:

  • Transport and transfers

  • Horses and wranglers

  • Professional bilingual guide

  •  Box Lunch

  • First aid kit

Not included:

  • Guided visit to the archeological places

  • Entrance fees

We recommend that you take:

  • Short pants or suitable clothes to bike

  • Sun block

  • Hat, sunglasses, cap and accessories

  • Waterproof rain jacket or poncho

  • Backpack for carrying items for daily use such as cameras, water bottles, etc.

  • If you wish to visit the archeological places, writ us to our e-mail: info@andeanskyline.com

  • River rafting courses

Learn with the best to run the waters of the sacred river of the Incas

River Rafting in Cusipata section – 1 day

This section of the river has rapids class I & II. We will include a safe Cataraft or Kayak

River Rafting in Chuquicahuana section – 1 day

This section of the river is more intense with adrenaline pumping rapids class III & IV

We will include a safe Cataraft or Kayak

Itinerary

We will be met approximately at 9:00 a.m. at your hotel.

The bus will take us to a camping ground, where we can leave the luggage. Here you will enjoy hot showers, toilets, sauna and a comfortable dining area.

Our professional river guides will provide you with all the proper rafting equipment such as helmet, wet suits, spray jackets, paddle and bailing raft.

After a comprehensive safety talk, you will be running exiting class II & III rapids. You will spend about two hours floating time, afterwards, we drive back to the camping ground were a good warm lunch will be served.

Our return will be in the afternoon.

Includes

  • Transport to the river and back

  • All the rafting equipment, such as helmet, wet suits, spray jackets, paddle and bailing raft.

  • Professional river guides

  • A Bar BQ lunch, we can accommodate to a vegetarian diet upon request.

  • Photos and video upon request with an additional charge.

You should bring

  • A complete set of dry clothing

  • A pair of sandals or tennis shoes for the river that will get wet.

  • Sun block

  • A small towel

  • A bathing suit to wear under the wet suit

  • A good positive mental aptitude

  • Surfing classes

  • Cookery classes

  • Pottery

  • Weaving demonstrations

  • Sharing and learning about the way of life of Andean communities in participatory tourism

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Included:

  • All the necessary land transportation

  • Transfers

  • Tours and adventure activities mentioned in the program (available in pool and private services upon request)

  • Professional and child-friendly bilingual guide (English and Spanish)

  • Entrance fees for all tours, excursions and adventures parks, parks and museums, natural reserves and trekkings

  • Accommodation at selected hotel with private bathroom (tourist class hotel, first class hotel or De luxe hotel, upon request)

  • Accommodation at the lodge mentioned in the program

  • Rubber boots for the jungle

  • Meals described in the program (B.=Breakfast, L.=Lunch, D.=Dinner, FB.=Full board, BL.=Box lunch) and special children's menus

  • Other services including trekking services:

  • River rafting Pre-departure briefing and comprehensive safety talk

  • All the rafting equipment, such as helmet, wet suits, spray jackets, paddle and bailing raft.

  • Professional river guides

  • Trekking pre-departure briefing

  • First aid kit and emergency oxygen supply

  • cribs, highchairs

  • Machu Picchu entrance fee

  • 1rst and 2nd day Bus ticket

  • Train ticket to the starting point of hike and from Aguas Calientes to Cusco (Backpacker, Vistadome or Hiram Bingham service, upon request) (*)

  • Transfer from the train station to the hotel in Cusco

  • All the garbage produced during the trek will be returned to the city of Cusco

(*) A train ticket Aguas Calientes – Ollantaytambo (Sacred Valley) with an additional transfer to your selected hotel will be provided.

Not included:

  • International and domestic flights

  • Airport taxes

  • Meals not included in the program

  • Personal expenses

  • Any kind of personal insurance

  • Tips

  • Laundry

  • Drinks

We recommend that you take:

  • Travel documents: passport, visas, travel insurance certificate, air tickets, vouchers

  • Health requirements arranged

  • Any Vaccination Certificates required

  • Money: cash, credit card and money pouch

  • Waterproof rain jacket or poncho

  • Backpack for carrying items for daily use such as cameras, water bottles, etc.

  • Long-sleeved shirts

  • Short-sleeved t-shirts

  • Comfortable pants

  • Shorts

  • Walking boots

  • Sports shoes or sandals for a higher comfort while at camp

  • Warm clothing, including jacket, fleeces

  • Flashlight/headlamp and batteries (batteries consume more quickly under cold conditions)

  • Hat, cap and accessories

  • Rehydration cream

  • Underwear

  • Towel, toilet paper

  • Camera, video camera, binoculars, etc.

  • Insect repellent

  • Sun block

  • Non-disposible canteen

  • Original International Student Identity Card (in case you have applied for a student discount)

Before you travel we recommend that you check that you have adequate health insurance, travel insurance and personal insurance to cover the needs of your family in case of loss of baggage, accident, theft or death.

Prices per Person 2015:

Prices per person depend on the group size, the larger the group the lower the price per person. Please contact us, specifying:

  • Service (in pool or in private)

  • Number of family

  • Departure date

  • Activities

  • Type of hotel: Tourist class (3 star hotel), First class (4 star hotel), De luxe (5 star hotel)

  • Requested train service: Backpacker (Basic train), Vistadome (First Class), Hiram Bingham (Luxury train)

Available discounts (these discounts are not cumulative):

  • Students: US$ 40.00 (students require a valid International Student Identity Card. Please note that Youth Travel Cards are not valid)

  • Teenagers: US$ 40.00 (up to 15 years of age, passport copy required for all bookings)

  • Children: US$ 80.00 (up to 7 years of age, passport copy required for all bookings

Social & Environmental responsibility

Andean Skyline is committed to travelling in a way that is respectful of local people, their culture, local economies and the environment. With your participation we can help conserve the area we visit and bring positive benefits to our host communities.

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