Cusco Peru

At 11,000 feet above sea level in the Andes mountains, Cusco’s beauty and history are stunning.

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Trips starting at $1399

International trips are available year-round through our trusted partner organizations that we've worked closely with over the years. Trips can be customized specifically to your needs. Please fill out the interest form for more information, and our partners will contact you to book your next life-changing international mission trip.

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Cusco is the historical hub of the Inca Empire. At 11,000 feet above sea level in the Andes mountains, Cusco’s beauty and history are stunning. We’ve partnered with local pastors and churches throughout the Sacred Valley. Your trip to Cusco will be an impactful mix of service, learning, and sharing God’s love. People travel from all over the world to visit this stunning destination in South America.

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How You’ll Serve

Your service in Cusco will be coordinated through local indigenous churches. Your team could be helping to add space to their existing church buildings, or making minor repairs. Your week will also include relational ministry opportunities such as ministry to the elderly, and Bible school options for local children. Projects vary depending on coordination and on the ground needs of local ministry partners. Bring a heart to serve and learn! 

You will be serving alongside a Quechua women named Marcelina Huamán Chavéz. Marcelina is a pastor of an Assembly of God congregation in Tinta, Perú. Her church is located next the main plaza in the center of Tinta. She ministers to many of the pastors and their small congregation located in the high Andean region around Cusco.


Our Partners

Mazatlan Missions, founded in 2016, serves to impact lives and communities through global partners, holistic projects, and short-term volunteers transformed by each unique service-leadership cultural experience. Specifically, they coordinate the efforts of short-term service with long-term local leaders to accomplish projects that impact communities. Please fill out an interest form, or contact James with Mazatlan Missions at (719) 640-4844.

Marcelina and her church in Tinta recently purchased an adjoining property next to their existing building on the Plaza de Armas in Tinta. Your group will work with the congregation to prepare, build and renovate this extra property. You team will also participate in ministry opportunities with families and children in the Tinta community.


Sample Itinerary

Saturday – Arrive into Jorge Chávez International Airport (LIM); located in Lima and stay overnight at the Lima Airport hotel with your team.

Sunday – Attend a local church in Lima, then take 1 hour flight to Cusco in the afternoon. Settle into basic hotel.

Monday – After an early breakfast, team will depart via Valle Sagrado, one of the most beautiful regions in South America, and meet our local ministry partners in the Quechuan region. Spend time getting to know either other, learning about their culture and exchanging stories.

Tuesday - Thursday – Service projects coordinated through local churches in the Quechuan communities, including assisting locals with basic construction of church facilities, VBS (Vacation Bible School) for kids, possible sports, education, or medical outreach based on specific trip dynamics. Thursday night depart for Cusco and overnight in Cusco hotel.

Friday – Cusco city tour, and then a late afternoon departure for Lima (flights back to the U.S.A. typically depart Peru after 10pm. Optional add-on Machu Picchu excursion begins Friday morning.

*Optional pre- or post-trip add-ons available for this location; call Robin for details.

Need to Know

  • A passport is required for travel to Peru.
  • In addition to being up to date on all standard vaccines (Tetanus, Measles, Mumps), it’s recommended that you receive a Hepatitis A, Typhoid, and a Yellow Fever vaccine. You’ll also want to talk to your healthcare provider about which anti-malarial medication is the best option for you.
  • Fly into the Lima Airport (LIM). 
  • A round-trip ticket to Cusco from Lima is included in your trip fees.
  • Peru uses a 230-volt electrical system. Some electronics may require a converter and adapter.


2023 Program Theme

We all know the destruction and pain that fire can bring, but God also presents fire as purifying and refining throughout Scripture. So why would God choose fire to refine us? It separates the impurities and leaves what is valuable. Friend, when God brings or allows the fiery furnace of discomfort in our lives, it does not burn indiscriminately. It burns intentionally to make us more like Him. We can trust that it is always for our refinement and never for our destruction.

Each day we'll explore how God forges our faith. Through each powerful, transformational mission trip experience, your group will see how God wants us to know we're justified through faith and given access to his perfect peace and grace (Romans 5:1-4). Join us this summer as we explore how we're all FORGED by faith!

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What's Included

Most meals
On-site staff
Organized service projects
All project materials for each worksite*

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