South America

IMA Safaris South America organizes educational tours and adventure treks in Ecuador, Colombia, and Peru. With a focus on student and group travel experiences, IMA Safaris integrates unique tours and safari opportunities into study-abroad and experiential internship programs. We also work directly with colleges and universities to organize faculty-led cultural treks with measurable learning outcomes. Partnering with award-winning guides and globally recognized lodges, IMA Safaris creates once-in-lifetime travel experiences that foster cross-cultural competency and develop global perspectives.

 
Nazca Lines

Nazca Lines

SOUTH AMERICA
Colca Canyon

Colca Canyon

SOUTH AMERICA
Uros Islands

Uros Islands

SOUTH AMERICA
Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu

SOUTH AMERICA
Otavalo Market

Otavalo Market

SOUTH AMERICA
Galápagos Islands

Galápagos Islands

SOUTH AMERICA

Alumni Testimonials

Kassie Fitzmaurice

"My experience in Kenya was indescribable. From a medical standpoint, I was able to learn, experience and contribute in such a meaningful manner that these memories will remain with me for the rest of my life and professional career. My mentor was a great source of comfort for me while in Kenya. He was always checking..."

Kassie Fitzmaurice

Grand Canyon University

Soham Savani

“As a medical school applicant, this experience was worthwhile. As a volunteer at Mt. Meru Regional Hospital in Arusha, Tanzania, I got a chance to further my medical knowledge all while making a lasting impact within the local community. The doctors were so welcoming and went out of their way to explain unique clinical cases in depth...."

Soham Savani

Georgetown University

Felipe de Sande Palma

“If you are you looking for a radically different yet incredible experience next summer, stop looking. This is it. Granted that this was my first time in Africa. And the first time I volunteered as a dentist. So the experience would have probably been a memorable one either way. That said, it was not just memorable, it was simply life-changing…”

Felipe de Sande Palma

University of Granada