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Festivals mark ancient rites, the urban vanguard fuels innovation and nature bestows splendid diversity, Peru is full of adventures, ancient history, food feast and carnivals with mythical beliefs.

Destination in a Nutshell

1.285 million km²


32.97 million




Quick Facts

  • Cuy or Guinea pig is a traditional dish eaten during important festivals.

  • Two-third of the country is covered with Prime Amazon RainForest

  • Peru’s Huascarán National Park has 27 snow-capped peaks, 6,000 meters above sea levels.

  • Peru has 1,625 types of orchids.

  • Lake Titicaca in South Peru is the world’s highest navigable lake, and South America's largest lake.

  • Currency: Sol

  • Language: Spanish

  • Time zone: GMT -5

Best Time to Visit:

Shoulder Season: September and November
  • Clear sunny days are expected to linger through September. For trekkers and surfers who prefer to have the mountains and beaches with less crowds, this is the best time to go.

High Season: June to August
  • Best time for Andean and Amazonian adventures as sharp sunlight hits Peru.

Low Season: December to February
  • Expect summer time fun during these months as it's the best time for beach lovers.

  • It’s peak season for surfing. For a different coastal experience, experience a boat trip to the mangrove forest.


All of our programs can also be tailored to match your needs and preferences.

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