In January the Peruvian FairMail teenagers set out on an unforgettable photography trip into the Peruvian Andes.
Accompanied by 4 foreign photography travelers and 2 volunteer photography trainers the group of 12 climbed up to 4.000 meters above sea level before descending again in the inter-Andean valley around Huamachuco, Peru. This proved to be the perfect base camp for excursions to nearby high altitude lakes, thermal hot springs, hikes to authentic Andean villages and pre-Inca ruins. The trip was the perfect mix between discovering off-the-beaten-track destinations, working hard on pictures for new FairMail cards and a lot of fun and laughter together. Check out the video we made of the trip to see for yourself:
Or click here for pictures of this great trip!
There are three more FairMail photography trips planned for the coming months. Including a breath taking trip into the Cordillera Blanca in the end of July where we climb up to a beautiful 4.600 meter high glacial lake together. To learn more about FairMail’s photography trips, click here.