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  • Winter Adventure

    11 Nights / 12 Days Peru

    Explore the culinary diversity and rich history of Lima, Peru's Capital City. Gaze at Andean condors as they glide over ..

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  • Winter Adventure

    3 Nights / 4 Days Peru

    Explore Peru's Southern Amazon on a trip to the Tambopata National Reserve.

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    £678 per person
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  • Winter Adventure

    11 Nights / 12 Days Peru

    Experience the real side of Peru in a 12 Day adventure. Start in Arequipa before encountering Condors at Colca Canyon, ..

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    £5800 per person
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    • Highlights of Southern Peru

      11 Nights / 12 Days Peru

      Explore the culinary diversity and rich history of Lima, Peru's Capital City. Gaze at Andean condors as they glide over ..

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    • Amazon Adventure in Peru

      3 Nights / 4 Days Peru

      Explore Peru's Southern Amazon on a trip to the Tambopata National Reserve.

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      £678 per person
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    • Luxury Peruvian Adventure

      11 Nights / 12 Days Peru

      Experience the real side of Peru in a 12 Day adventure. Start in Arequipa before encountering Condors at Colca Canyon, ..

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    Best Time to Visit Peru

    Spring Summer Autumn Winter

    March – May

    If you’re looking to dodge the summer crowds on the coast and the winter travellers in the mountains, this is your perfect time to visit Peru. The weather remains great on the coast and is improving all the time in the Andes, leaving you free to explore both at what some might call their most enchanting time of year.

    December – February

    This is the season for the sun-worshippers. Locals and tourists alike flock to the beaches when they’re at their golden best, and it’s also the surfing high season. However, the mountains will be very wet, to the extent that even the Inca Trail is closed during February.

    September – November

    Great if you want to escape the crowds. Although the main trials will always be busy, if you get off the beaten track with a local guide on one of the lesser-explored hiking routes, you can really feel as though you’re trekking in a world all of your own. The coast begins to liven up at this time fo year as well, culminating in world-class surfing in November.

    June – August

    The Peruvian winter is a particularly popular time to visit, especially for those that are planning on hiking in the Andes or exploring the Amazon. In the mountains it’s (usually) clear and bright, whilst the Amazon experiences its dry season, making travelling a little less arduous – and wet.

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