About Us

The goal of Fairtravel4u is to offer tours to Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia at fair prices for everyone involved: Tourists, Local Businesses and Local Guides.

Traveling is not just about moving from A to B, it is about real experiences and adventures, making connections, moving around, breathing deeply and connecting with the elements; we’d like to share these experiences with you.

Years of traveling in South America taught us about the importance of quality travel information, so please check our blog for practical information and the latest updates about traveling in Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia.

If you want to save time and worries before and during your travels, feel free to contact us and let us worry about the logistics of booking your hotels, tours, transport, etc.

Martijn from Fairtravel4u

Fair Travel Tours to Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia

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Why Choose Us?

Fair Prices

Fair Prices for everyone involved: tourists, local businesses and tour workers.

Honest information

If your tour includes long travel times or local challenges, we´ll tell you before you commit to your booking.

Our experience is at your service

Let us help you organize your trip, we’ll save you time and effort during your travels.

We work with excellent companies

We have excellent and long-standing relations with our providers and partners, and that means a great experience for you.

We handle unforeseen circumstances

We help you 24/7 to solve any unexpected circumstances that may arise.

Volunteer work

Years of experience in volunteer work in these countries help us point you in the right direction.

2 Free Spanish classes with every tour

Enrich your experience learning at least a few words of Spanish through Skype with a very experienced teacher.

Sustainable travel

Our tours are built around the idea of sustainability so future generations are able to enjoy them as well.

Recommended by Footprint Travel

Our services are recommended by the well-known Footprint Travel Guide Book for backpackers in South America.

TOURS BY COUNTRY

Ecuador Tours

Peru Tours

Tours into Bolivia

Bolivia Tours

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Most Popular Tours

Travel the 6 Highlights of Peru

Peru is a huge country to travel through and there
10 days
2/5

Galapagos, Amazon and Volunteering 44d

Combine traveling and voluntering in Ecuador and experience in 6
44 days
3/4

Adventure Tour in Bolivia

Bolivia is a fascinating country with many tour and travel
16 days
4/5
Visiting the Andean Region?

USEFUL TRAVEL INFORMATION

10 Tips to Travel Safely in Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia [Practical Info]

How to Travel Safely in Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia Practical information collected after years of travels Below you will find 10 important travel recommendations, general recommendations and practical tips to improve your safety while traveling through Peru. This information has been collected through my own experience of more than 14 years of traveling in Peru and South America. Prepare yourself properly before traveling to Ecuador, Peru or Bolivia Be alert Pay attention to your surroundings Avoid (political) protests Adjust to your surrounding / blend in Don’t show that you have money Don’t save money on bus journeys Pick your own taxi Don’t fully trust anyone, not even not the police Be careful if you choose to participate in so called

Altitude sickness

Altitude sickness while traveling in South America What you need to know while travelling to high altitude locations One of the things you have to be prepared for while you travel to higher altitudes in Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador is altitude sickness or “soroche”.  You can’t prevent altitude sickness and it is a strange kind of disease that everyone can get; no matter their age or even physical condition. To complicate matters, even the effects of high altitude sickness aren’t always the same. Some people already feel weak at an altitude of a 1000 m, others only above the 3000 m altitude. In general most people feel the symptomes of altitude sickness when they are above 2500 m altitude and/or

About Machu Picchu

The history of Machu Picchu Machu Picchu was likely build around the year 1450, during the glory years of the Inca Empire. In this period the Empire was ruled by the Inca’s Pachacutec Yupanqui (1438-1471) and Tupac Yupanqui (1472-1493). Although the archeological site of Machu Picchu and Machu Picchu tours are very famous, about the original name and purpose of this Inca city scientists are still not sure. Because the city wasn’t easy to reach and is surrounded by sacred mountains, the most accepted theory about Machu Picchu is that it was used as a holiday resort for Kings and other very important people. From the style of the rooms, it seems that there were more rooms for the royal

The Fairtravel4u Guide to the Galapagos Islands

The Fairtravel4u Guide to the Galapagos Islands Lying 970 km (600 miles) west of the Ecuadorian coast on the equator, the Galapagos Islands consist of 6 main islands, 12 smaller islands and over 40 small islets. The Galapagos Islands are an archipelago of volcanic islands that originated about 10 million years ago. Since their formation 10 million years ago, to their discovery in 1535 by Thomas de Berlanga, the Spanish Bishop of Panama, the Galapagos Islands were completely isolated from the mainland. Throughout the millennia, a large number of birds, reptiles, insects, and plants drifted or flew to its shores, creating the unique flora and fauna found in the Galapagos today. The Islands have never been connected to a continent,

Volunteer Work in Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia

Volunteer Work in Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia Recommendations to find Volunteer work If you look on the internet you can see that ‘volunteer work’ is growing fast in popularity and many tour agencies have noticed this. Even big tour operators now offer 3 weeks Peru, during which their customers can see the highlights of the country and do a few days of volunteer work… You can argue that even a few days of help is better than no help, but our experience with sustainable volunteer work is that you already need several days to actually get to know the job. Our biggest complain however is that several travel agencies offer volunteer work to earn more money. Volunteer work is becoming

Tours to Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia [Info]

Information and Tours to Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia With 10,582 square kilometers (4,086 sq mi), this Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat! It is located in the southwest Altiplano (High Plain) of Bolivia at an elevation of 3,656 meters (11,995 feet) above sea level. Scientific history: The Salar de Uyuni is part of the Altiplano a high plateau, with an average altitude higher than most peaks in the Alps and Rockies. The Altiplano formed when the tectonic plates of Nasca and the Antarctic moved underneath the South American continental plate, creating in the North the Andes Mountain Range and in the South two Andean ridges flanking a mostly flat, high basin. The plateau includes fresh and saltwater

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 Sometimes all it takes is just one step in the right direction

Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia offer travelers an amazing variety of natural and cultural highlights that deserve to be experienced. Residents are friendly, and traveling has become easier with good public transportation systems.

Still, some cultural traits of Latin American countries can frustrate travelers, such as the lack of organization and punctuality.

Our extensive experience of more than 14 years travelling in this region allows us to offer you a fantastic experience that combines Latin American culture with western expectations.

Our services provide you tailored tours and professional assistance before, during and after your travels to South America, so you can enjoy and discover its unique natural landscapes, learn more about its rich history and experience its culture, while you relax and let us worry about your logistics.

Customized tours within your budget and time frame

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