Welcome to this guide to Travel in Peru. Peru offers the traveller a huge range of things to explore, take our word for it as hardened travellers – you won’t be disappointed! The most unmissable of unmissable sights on your travels are the remains of the Inca civilization in Mach...Welcome to this guide to Travel in Peru. Peru offers the traveller a huge range of things to explore, take our word for it as hardened travellers – you won’t be disappointed! The most unmissable of unmissable sights on your travels are the remains of the Inca civilization in Machu Pichu. Peru has the largest and most fabulous concentration of archaeological sites from the pre-Columbian era. Here, every stone is important and every colour is significant. But the Inca remains are not the country’s only attraction. When you’re staying in Peru, you will be blown away by the beauty of its natural landscapes. You will be able to bask before superb sunsets over the Pacific Ocean, walk through the deepest canyons in the world and observe amazing flora and fauna. Peruvian biodiversity is one of the richest in the world and is protected in numerous national parks which take up no less than 14% of the country…Lastly, when you’re travelling in Peru, you’re guaranteed to fall under the spell of the Peruvian people with their amazing mixture of heritage from different pre-Columbian civilizations and traditions brought in by Spanish colonisation...Continue reading
If you’re planning your trip to Peru, a country that’s so far from our own, and you’ve heard about it but have no clear plan yet. You probably have a thousand and one questions. Don’t worry, the teams at Evaneos-travel.com have created a practical guide to Peru to answer all your questions! The guide is full of practical information and cultural advice too. How big a budget do you need? That’s usually people’s first question…Did you know that prices are tending to rise and that Peru is not the cheapest place to visit in Latin America? Another common question is about the administrative formalities that have to be completed before leaving for Peru. Well, Europeans don’t need a visa. From a cultural point of view, you’ll learn about traditional and religious festivals that shouldn’t be missed and what the local customs and habits are before you leave, that the religion is a mixture of Christianity and animist cults, and that the national dish is cuy (guinea pig) cooked on a plancha! You’ll also get ideas on itineraries and find out what you can see in ten days, two weeks or a month. All this information and much more is in our Practical Guide to Peru.
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