Through experience is the surest way that children can integrate new knowledge that will last forever, making future generations who will know how to respect others, how to be citizens and especially to keep and cultivate ancestral knowledge about how to care for nature and making the world a sustainable and better place.
Help to raise awareness and educate the community and new generations by conducting environmental and cultural education programs, reflecting from their own experiences and utilizing Andean philosophies to understand their role in nature.
We have opened two separate open air museums for the Viracocha III in the two construction locations in La Paz, Bolivia and Arica, Chile. We have welcomed presidents, ambassadors, chancellors, musical groups, government officials, universities, schools, public organizations and the general public. Crew members have given tours featuring photos and videos of our past reed raft expeditions and culminates with a tour of the vessel on land.
Teachers and students are able to travel with the explorers through experiencing the exciting adventures while it is taking place and at the same time learning about South American Cultures and Pacific Cultures, their ancestral traditions and ancient wisdom, which is a cornerstone of integration of nations for peace and respect for nature.