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January 3, 2020

Because many Peruvians work six days per week, holidays in Peru often mean a perfect excuse to let loose and ‘festejar’ (party).  As such, major holidays in Peru can be great for experiencing a true Peruvian celebration. However, most travelers tend to avoid the Peruvian holidays due to sold out buses and flights, more expe...

November 19, 2018

This endless variety of Peru means you packing list for Peru needs to be based on layers – especially if you plan to do some trekking. Here is our advice for a comprehensive Peru travel packing list If you’re planning to visit multiple destinations while in Peru, it’s essential to get your packing list for Peru organized....

July 27, 2018

There’s simply no best season to travel to Peru. Much depends on which destinations you plan to travel to. Generally speaking, the best time to travel to Peru is between May and September. For the popular Highlands’ destinations (Cusco, Puno, and Arequipa) this means a much lower chance of rain, more sun, but also far more...

July 3, 2018

South America is not known for its abundance of train travel options. However, Peru might be the one major exception.  Reaching Machu Picchu, the most visited destination in Peru, almost certainly requires a train ride for non-trekkers via the country’s two major train companies – PeruRail and Inca Rail.Your Guide for Train...

June 8, 2018

Here at our Lima, Peru travel agency, our experience is that most travelers tend to be too cautious in branching out and trying casual Lima restaurants to really get a good range of authentic Peruvian food when in Lima. From tasting traditional Peruvian dishes (like lomo saltado, ceviche, and anticuchos), to trying differen...

May 4, 2018

Not only does it feel like you’re in a normal Peruvian town in Chachapoyas, touring the ruins of Kuelap can be a surprisingly solitary experience too. How do you get to Kuelap from Chachapoyas? We spent no time waiting and used our first day to explore the Kuelap fortress. A one-hour drive along windy paved roads takes you...

April 19, 2018

Unlike most of the year, many of the best cultural festivities are outside of Cusco and Lima. If you want to get to the good stuff, it requires leaving the Gringo Trail (over 90% of foreign travelers to Peru never leave this circuit of Lima, Puno, Arequipa, and Cusco)!  Many small towns and cities throughout Peru are transf...

March 22, 2018

Hotels and lodges in the Peru jungle are not known primarily for their comfort. Minimalistic amenities, simple furnishings, spotty WiFi (if any), and most do not have televisions. But hey, you didn’t come to the Amazon just for the amenities. ​​   Fortunately there is a way to be comfortable and feel like you’re in touch w...

March 6, 2018

You've heard the expression, *You get what you pay for.' However, sometimes nothing could be further from the truth when it comes to the gastronmic scene that is Lima. Good tastes in Lima exist in restaurants of all pricepoints, and just because that fancy Miraflores restaurant offers a ceviche that's double the...

February 1, 2018

Landing at Lima’s Jorge Chavez International Airport can feel like landing in a different world for foreign tourists.  There’s new flavors, a distinctive culture, different language, and there’s always the crush of taxi drivers jumping to offer travelers a ride to Miraflores.   Peru is an exciting destination for travelers...

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