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Inca Trail to Machupicchu 4D3N
Tour Guaranteed
Hiking & trekking
Peru
4 days (October 20 – 23)
5.0 (5)
$685
$137
Amazon Expedition 2021
Tour Guaranteed
Expedition
Peru
16 days (Nov 25 – Dec 10)
5.0 (4)
$4,950
$291
5 Days Peruvian Amazon Expedition
Tour Guaranteed
Expedition
Peru
5 days (October 03 – 07)
May
$600
$100
Machu Picchu Backpacker Jungle Trek
Hiking & trekking
Peru
4 days (October 01 – 04 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (6)
$414
$83
Sacred Valley Trek to Machu Picchu
Hiking & trekking
Peru
2 days (October 21 – 22 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (6)
$664
$221
Colca Canyon Sightseeing Tour
Sightseeing
Peru
2 days (October 15 – 16 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (6)
$121
$40
Colca Canyon Trekking
Hiking & trekking
Peru
2 days (October 30 – 31 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (6)
$86
$29
Machu Picchu Jungle Trek 4D/3N (Biking, Zip-Line & Huayna Picchu)
Sightseeing
Peru
4 days (October 24 – 27 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (6)
$686
$137
Ausangate Trek
Hiking & trekking
Peru
5 days (October 09 – 13 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (6)
$1,218
$203
Iquitos Amazon Jungle Adventure
Sightseeing
Peru
5 days (October 15 – 19 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (6)
$958
$160
Puerto Maldonado Amazon Eco-Lodge
Sightseeing
Peru
5 days (October 14 – 18 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (6)
$1,026
$171
Amazon Eco-Lodge
Sightseeing
Peru
4 days (October 19 – 22 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (6)
$759
$152
Colca Canyon Trekking 3D/2N & Transfer to Puno
Hiking & trekking
Peru
3 days (October 14 – 16 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (6)
$172
$43
Iquitos Amazon Jungle Adventure
Sightseeing
Peru
3 days (October 21 – 23 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (6)
$638
$160
Lares Trek to Machu Picchu
Hiking & trekking
Peru
4 days (October 01 – 04 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (6)
$769
$154
Inca Trail to Machu Picchu with Skylodge
Sightseeing
Peru
9 days (October 07 – 15)
5.0 (22)
$1,475
$148
5 Days Discovering the "Must See" @ Peru, Lima, Cusco & Machu Picchu
Sightseeing
2 seats left
Peru
5 days (October 03 – 07 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (5)
$1,400
$233
6 - Days Discovery @ Cusco
Sightseeing
1 seat left
Peru
6 days (October 03 – 08 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (5)
$1,200
$171
8 Days amazing getaway to the Andes @ Peru with visit To Machu Picchu
Hiking & trekking
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Peru
8 days (October 03 – 10 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (5)
$1,900
$211
12 Days Inca Trail Unique Experience @ Machu Pichu, with Glamping!
Hiking & trekking
1 seat left
Peru
12 days (October 03 – 14 and 2 more dates)
5.0 (5)
$3,300
$254

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Peru Travel Guide: Wonderful Adventures and Holidays

With a heritage left by ancient civilizations, Peru is one of the most mysterious and amazing countries in the world. Visitors from all over the world can see unusual buildings built by the Incas, pristine national parks and reserves, and historical sites that are thousands of years old.

Every region in this South American country has its own unique landscape, including lifeless deserts, snow-capped mountains, and impenetrable jungles. In Peru, tourists can explore the unique culture of the ancient inhabitants through unusual architectural monuments.

Amazon rainforests cover much of the southern part of America. Located in the Andes, it's home to the ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu, hidden in the clouds. There's an open-air museum with pre-Columbian exhibits in Lima, on the arid Pacific Coast.

What to Do in Peru

Beautiful country of Peru, where clouds in the sky have a deep blue hue and the mountains hide many historical monuments from ancient civilizations, like a magnet that draws tourists to the small group tours. When visiting the South American state, travelers should:

Flowing through Peru is the Amazon, the world's biggest river. Even discerning travelers are amazed by the variety of animals and plants in the jungle surrounding it.

Best Places to Visit in Peru

The beautiful sandy beaches of Costa National Park on the Pacific coast are a must-see for beach lovers. Due to the lack of tourist infrastructure, the coastal areas are in great shape and attract ordinary sunbathers and divers.

The deepest canyon in Peru, Cotahuasi, will leave an impression on you. The steep slopes are surrounded by two mountain ranges, Solimana and Coropuna. Sipia, which has several cascades, is one of the most popular waterfalls here.

The temple complex Vilkawain, built at the end of the X century, is an unusual architectural monument of antiquity. The attraction consists of different religious buildings made without mortar. Even strong earthquakes didn't destroy the holy place because of the perfect fit of the individual blocks.

Tips

Peru's distinctive culture, beautiful flora and fauna, unexplained mysteries, and unique places have made it a popular tourist destination. A journey to any country should take into account the following:

Located in different climatic zones, Peru has a variety of weather. There's a desert right next to the Pacific coast, where humidity levels are high and droughts are common. Rain is a high probability in the Amazon forests. Even during the hottest summer, there are frosts in the highlands.

FAQ About Vacations in Peru

When's the best time to go?

If you want to hike in the jungle, come from June to August. March to April are the best months for beach holidays. Winter is the heavy rainy season. Choosing a convenient time for a vacation should be based on your preferences.

What vaccines are needed?

Yellow fever, hepatitis, and typhoid are all common. So get vaccinated and get a certificate before you go. It's good to have malaria pills if you're going to the jungle.

How's the drinking water?

The tap water in the country isn't great. It's common for tourists with weak stomachs to get sick. Mineral water is better bought in stores. It's healthier and safer.

Can I wear anything I want?

No special clothing required, but white sneakers and Hawaiian shirts aren't popular.

How's the public transportation?

Public transport is easy to use in the country and cities. Buses, shuttles, and trains are all options for tourists. There's a good subway system in Lima.

How do I hike in the jungle?

Wear closed clothes made of natural fabrics and comfy waterproof shoes when you're going to conquer the Amazon jungle. Don't forget repellent, a flashlight, headgear, a first aid kit, and lots of socks. Light-colored clothes are bait for insects, so don't wear them.

What's so special about Machu Picchu?

A limited number of people can visit the attraction every day. Because of this, general tickets need to be booked 2 or more months in advance. Reservations can be made on the Ministry of Culture's official site. The only way to pay is with a visa card, which you might need to provide at the entrance.

How's the crime situation?

Although the country is relatively safe, you shouldn't leave valuables unattended. Large sums are also better kept in the hotel safe. It's better to carry photocopies instead of originals.

What's the best currency for tourists?

New salt is the official currency. Although most hotels, restaurants, and other establishments accept American dollars. Bank cards are accepted in cities, but you'll need cash outback.

What's the best way to communicate with locals?

If you're traveling with Peruvians, don't talk about local politics, corruption, former presidents, or terrorism. Talking about drugs and religion isn't a good idea. Indians don't like it when you tell them they're Indians - it's considered an insult. Native is better.

Can tourists ask indecent questions?

It's normal to talk about money in this country because poverty is rampant. There's a chance tourists will be asked indecent things about their earnings or how much a hotel room costs. Reacting acutely to them isn't necessary, since it's normal.