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per person$2165
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  • Duration: 15 Days 10 Nights
  • highlights: Lima, Ica, Arequipa, Puno, Cusco, Sacred Valley
  • Departures: Lima
per person$1050
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  • Duration: 8 Days 7 Nights
  • highlights: Lima, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu & Cusco
  • Departures: Lima

Andean Experience 01 Jan 1970

per person$1165
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  • Duration: 9 Days 8 Nights
  • highlights:Lima, Cusco, Urubamba, Aguas Calientes, Puno
  • Departures: Lima


         Peru official name is República del Perú. Capital city is Lima. Peru is bordered in the north by Ecuador and Colombia, in the east by Brazil, in the southeast by Bolivia, in the south by Chile, and in the west by the Pacific Ocean. Population of Peru is Around 30 million.Peru currency is Nuevo Sol. Peru languages are Spanish 84.1%, Quéchua 13%; Aymara 1.7% (all three official); many minor Amazonian languages.


          Spans several millennia, extending back through several stages of cultural development in the mountain region and the coastal desert. About 15,200 years ago, groups of people are believed to have crossed the Bering Strait from Asia and survived as nomads, hunting, gathering fruits and vegetables and fishing in the sea, rivers, and lakes.

           Peruvian territory was home to the Norte Chico civilization, one of the six oldest in the world, and to the Inca Empire, the largest state in Pre-Columbian America. Some of the oldest civilizations appeared circa 6000 BC in the coastal provinces of Chilca and Paracas, and in the highland province of Callejón de Huaylas.

           Over the following three thousand years, inhabitants switched from nomadic lifestyles to cultivating land, as evidence from sites such as Jiska Rumoko, Kotosh and Huaca Prieta demonstrates. Cultivation of plants such as corn and cotton began, as well as the domestication of animals such as the wild ancestors of the llama, the alpaca and the guinea pig. He won the 2006 elections after winning in a runoff against Ollanta Humala.In May 2008,

      President García was a signatory to The UNASUR Constitutive Treaty of the Union of South American Nations. Peru has ratified the treaty.On June 5, 2011, Ollanta Humala was elected President in a runoff against Keiko Fujimori, the daughter of Alberto Fujimori and former First Lady of Peru, in the 2011 elections, making him the first leftist president of Peru since Juan Velasco Alvarado. In December 2011, a state of emergency was declared following popular opposition to some major mining project and environmental concerns.


           Peru religion is Roman Catholic 81.3%, Evangelical 12.5%, other 3.3%, unspecified or none 2.9% (2007 est.)

           There are lots of major tourist destinations in Peru. There is a lot of historic monuments and scenic areas of tourist interest.


           The weather in Peru varies according to area – the changes in altitude are so extreme that the climate goes from freezing snow in the mountains to boiling sun on the coast. Likewise, the coast covers such a large stretch of longitude that the temperature changes dramatically as you head further south.On the coast winter lasts from June to September. The weather tends to be overcast and slightly damp at this time, but rarely very cold. It hardly ever rains in Lima nor most of the coast, except for Tumbes and Piura, which have tropical climates.

           During June to September, the mountainous areas are often sunny during the day but cold at night. This is high tourist season and the best time to visit most regions. Rainy season in the Andes starts in September and peaks between January and March, and this is a dreadful and occasionally dangerous time to be hiking.Heavy rains in the mountains and jungle last from December to April. It is rainy and hot for most of the year, but between March and September there are occasional cold surges which might require a jumper.

           For US citizens do not need visa for visiting Peru for maximum 90 days.