THE THREE NORTHS OF PERU, THE AMAZONIAN, THE ANDEAN AND THE COASTAL, OFFER US MANY WORLDS TO KNOW, TO EXPLORE AND OF COURSE, TO PRESERVE. IN PERU TRES NORTES WE ARE COMMITTED TO SUSTAINABLE AND RESPECTFUL TOURISM WITH OUR NATURAL AND CULTURAL HERITAGES.
In January of 2009 we started the construction of Gocta Lodge. It was a very rainy winter in the town of Cocachimba, which still didn't have electricity. In October of that same year we opened our first ten rooms...
Chachapoyas was a very unknown destination and visitors were scarce. But we were convinced that we had a treasure right in front of us. And in a few years, both Gocta, Kuélap and the rest of the area's attractions began to spread all over Peru and the world.
After ten years, we are proud both to have contributed to this diffusion and to be drivers of a tourism model that is respectful to the environment and works closely with local communities.
We prioritize the hiring of local staff and their job training. About 90% of the staff at Gocta Lodge are from the Valera district or from neighboring provinces. This represents a quality employment opportunity in a region where there have traditionally been no job offers.
We promote fair trade with the exhibition and sale of crafts from local and regional people. You can purchase the products at the reception or, on specified dates, at the weaving fairs we carry out in our gardens.
At Gocta Andes Lodge we are proud to have the seal of the German certifier TourCert, which demonstrates our good practices of environmental sustainability and social responsibility. We have placed special emphasis on the rational use of water and electricity, the reduction in the use of plastics, especially those for single use, the rotation of sheets and towels appealing to the sensitivity of the guest and respect for the native flora and fauna.
PERÚ TRES NORTES
Perú Tres Nortes is a pioneer proposal in the integration of the main tourist destinations in northern Peru. It currently has four hotels, Pumarinri Amazon Lodge (2006) and Tucán Suites (2012) in the Amazon, Gocta Andes Lodge (2009) in the Andean region of Chachapoyas and Moche Sanctuary Lodge (2018) in the Trujillo countryside, in The Pacific coast.