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Special Needs Care

Peru

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Help out at a local children's home in Peru and be a part of improving the lives of the physically and mentally disabled children from the streets.

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Equine Therapy

Peru

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Come and help at a local equestrian/horse riding center, doing maintenance work and supporting equine therapy sessions for handicaps.

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Teaching Internship

Peru

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Encounter Peru’s education system while teaching English in a local private school to get foreign working experience.

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Name: Republic of Peru

Population: 31 million

Capital: Lima

Language: Spanish (Quechua, Aymara)

Currency: Nuevo Sol (PEN)

Time zone: PET (UTC -5)

MORE ABOUT PERU

Peru is the third largest country in South America; a country known for its incredible cultural heritage such as the renowned Machu Picchu and the remains of the Inca Empire. Although the Incas are the most famous ones, there are other manifestations of pre-Columbian cultures and unexplored archaeological sites which can be located in the North of Peru. This magnificent land composed of a variety of landscapes, climates and biodiversity, is visited by tourists from all over the world.

In Peru, it is possible to enjoy a range of activities from surfing in the Northern beaches to hiking in the Andes Cordillera, from trekking in the humid and hot Amazon rainforest to visiting cultural sites, excellent museums, and enjoying traditional dishes. Peruvian people are very friendly, warm, and ready to help or to introduce you to their customs. You will find in these regions a great diversity of ethnic groups, festivities, handcraft, and gastronomy.

Peru is a country of contrasts where the crazy traffic is surpassed by the majesty of mountain ranges. You will find cities peaking at altitudes of more than 6700 meters, infinite beaches with beautiful sunsets, the magically diverse landscape of the tropical rainforest and let’s not forget about the llamas.

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