Privacy Policy

The following provisions govern the use of personal information provided by users through (hereinafter, the “website”). “User” is understood to mean both those persons registered as visitors to the website, as well as those who have provided information in any type of sale transaction for tours.

 Scope and Acceptance of the Privacy Policy

The purpose of this Privacy Policy is to inform our clients of the way in which we collect, use, and protect information of a personal nature that is gathered through the website, so that users may make a free and informed decision in granting their prior and explicit consent for the use of their personal information through the forms filled out for such purposes, in accordance with the provisions established in Law 29733 – the Personal Information Protection Act.

The use of the website and/or the filling out of forms provided by Edgar Adventures implies the user’s acceptance of and conformity with the conditions set forth in this Policy.

The content of this Privacy Policy may change without notice. As such, the users shall be responsible for reading the Policy in force at the time that said information is provided.

In order to use the services offered by Edgar Adventures, users must provide certain information, including their full name, nationality, identity document, email address, etc. The refusal to provide personal information may result in the impossibility of providing the requested service, in those cases in which such information is indispensable in order to identify the users and carry out the requested operation.

Collection and Storage of Personal Information

The information provided by the users when filling out different forms and/or using the website shall be understood to be accurate and true. In order to ensure that said information is current and accurate, the users shall notify all changes to their personal information as soon as possible, as well as any change in inaccurate information, where detected. The information collected will be entered into Edgar adventure’s database.

Edgar Adventures uses the mail address:, linked with our web page:, as the receptor and storage of your information, it works as our data base of you Information( decides to Use our QUICK CONTACT FORM, to register your personal information are accepting the privacy policies of GOOGLE.

The security of your personal information is important to us. When you enter sensitive information (such as credit card number and/or social security number) on our registration or order forms, we encrypt that information using secure socket layer technology (SSL). Click to learn more about SSL.
We follow generally accepted industry standards to protect the personal information submitted to us, both during transmission and once we receive it. No method of transmission over the Internet, or method of electronic storage, is 100% secure, however. Therefore, while we strive to use commercially acceptable means to protect your personal information, we cannot guarantee its absolute security.
*Time duration we will conserve your information
Edgar Adventures, will storage your information during only 2 years, after that time we will erase any data concerning your personal information we have collected. The purpose is to contest you after the provided services if necessary, as well to know if you are booking with Us again in the future and identify you.
If you have any questions about security on our Web site, feel free email us

Consent and Commercial Communications

The personal information provided by users will be used confidentially and will be used for the purposes corresponding to the requested service. Website users also have the option of authorizing Edgar Adventures to send them information that the company feels may be of interest to them, including advertising and information on sales and promotions.

List of recipients we might share your information with:

– INC. Instituto Nacional de Cultura – Peru ( for entrances to Machupicchu)

– Peru Rail SA. (Train Tickets)

– Inca Rail SA.


– Casa Andina Hoteles ( NESUS Hoteles SAC)

– Cruz del Sur SA.

Confidentiality and Security Measures

All information collected through the website, or via the different commercial communications and/or transactions engaged in between Edgar Adventures and the users, shall be used and stored with complete confidentiality, ensuring the necessary security measures in accordance with the applicable law, in order to avoid all tampering with information, unauthorized use or access, or unlawful disclosure to third parties. When information and numbers are provided in relation to credit cards, this data is encrypted in order to ensure their complete confidentiality and prevent it from being viewed by other persons.


Cookies are files that are stored in your web browser to collect general information on how you use the website. This helps us to determine what we can do to make our website more user-friendly, as well as improving the quality of the website. All information collected is general, ensuring that users who visit our website remain anonymous. Users should note that they can change their browser options to limit or restrict the use of cookies.

Use of Rights on Personal Information

You can request access to, cancel, rectify, and contest your personal information by sending a letter to CAL. LIMA NRO. 431 INT. 2 PUNO /PERÚ, explaining the reason for which you gave us your personal information.

Jurisdiction and Applicable Law

These terms and conditions are governed, without exception and on all points, by Peruvian law, and shall be interpreted in accordance therewith. In case of any difference, disagreement, or conflict arising from the interpretation, effectiveness, scope, and/or application of these general terms and conditions, users shall submit their complaint to Edgar Adventures in order to reach an agreement. If it is not possible to arrive at a solution, and in order to guarantee users full access to their legal rights, users may choose to submit a claim to the following entities:

  1. a) National Authority for the Protection of Personal Information. To learn more, visit .
  2. b) Judges and Courts of the Judicial District of Lima Cercado, with competence over the matter.

In case any of the foregoing options are cumbersome or economically unfeasible for users residing abroad, the parties, at the users’ request, shall establish a mutually convenient mechanism, by common accord, in order to settle their differences.