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About Us

We believe in responsible, ethical tourism

Condortrekkers is a non-profit organization based in Sucre, Bolivia which offers trekking and city tours.

Trek through the magnificent Andes mountain range and discover the delights of the beautiful UNESCO World Heritage listed colonial city of Sucre, while helping break the cycle of poverty in one of the world’s poorest nations.

Condortrekkers offers the opportunity to enjoy magnificent landscapes along trails which pre-date the Inca civilization as well as experiencing the rich local culture.

By choosing Condortrekkers you can be sure that the money you pay benefits the local community.  100% of all profits support development and social projects within Sucre and the surrounding countryside.

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Sucre at Night

City of Sucre

Sucre has a population of 247,300 based on 2006 estimates.  It is the constitutional capital of Bolivia and the capital of the department of Chuquisaca.  It’s located in the south-central part of the country and has an altitude of 2750m (9,000 ft).  Sucre was declared a Unesco World Heritage Site in 1991. Sucre has something for …

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The Condor family

Randall Founder and Director Randall Howlett is an utmost charismatic character and actually walks the talk. With his project ‘Condortrekkers’ he not only changes the standard of living of many locals but also changes the philosophy of life of many clients. With his rather unique appearance Randall cannot be overlooked and is well-known amongst most …

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Our Guides

Rogelio Guide Rogelio was our first guide, starting way back in 2008, before we received our licence. His family is originally from Quila Quila and he knows the surroundings of Sucre especially well. His outgoing character and musical talents add a little extra to our treks that makes the clients feel like they are on …

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Projects

Condortrekkers was initiated in 2007 to raise funds to support Centro Educativo Ñanta. Centro Educativo Ñanta Ñanta was begun in 1995, by the group REZA in the parish of San Francisco, to provide milk and bread every Sunday to the shoe shiners working in the main square. In July 2000, the work was reformulated taking …

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FAQ

What type of projects does Condortrekkers support? By choosing Condortrekkers, you can be sure that the money you pay benefits local the community. 100% of all profits support development and social projects within Sucre and the surrounding countryside. What is included in the tour price? All of our tours are led by Spanish and English …

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