Supporting Livelihoods of the Peruvian Huilloc

Sacred Valley, Peru—For three years, between 2012 and 2015, TRIP made annual grants to develop community-based tourism and local economic development in a remote area of Peru by gently opening Huilloc ways of life to visitors. TRIP supported a three-year, multifaceted program of sustainable business planning, skills training and visitor knowledge resulting in the launch […]

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A Conversation about the Future of Art in Parks

New York City—On Friday, June 12, TRIP was honored to provide underwriting for a dynamic conversation between artists, curators, nonprofit leaders and executives of city, state and national park systems on the future of art in public parks, organized by Creative Time, a New York City-based cultural organization that produces historic public art projects.

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Tourism Cares for Nepal: Outreach

As professionals and as humans, we, along with so many others worldwide, have been touched by the terrible disaster in Nepal in April.  We all want to help and to make a difference, and it is an honor to be a part of the Tourism Cares community.  Today, we offer some reflections from our community as […]

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