Peru is a counry in South America. More than anything else, it's known for its lush Amazon rainforests as well as the ancient city of Machu Pichu. The country offers a lot of trekking opportunities for adrenaline junkies or those who wish to revel in the beauty of nature. Peru is also known for its variety of festivals that are celebrated with a lot of pomp and joy and which can last for days. The population is culturally diverse, just like the landscapes.
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June - September is the best time to visit Peru
Peru is divided into the Central Coast, which houses the capital Lima, the Southern Coast which is known for its sand dunes and greenery, the Northern Coast which holds a lot of beaches for relaxation, the Southern Sierra which has a lot of mountains and valleys, Central Sierra, known for quirky and charmingly traditional old towns and Northern Sierra which is the Andean region. The other secondary regions include Altiplano, San Martin, Peruvian Amazon and Madre de Dios.
Gorgeous landscapes. Great food. Comparatively cheap.
Traffic. Non-potable water. Rampant pickpocketing.
Peru offers the typical accommodation facilities that all other countries do. You have a selection of top quality hotels to choose from, as well as an option of sharing dorms, living in a hostel or going for mid-range options. Camping is also an option and is generally done in the rural areas of Peru. There are also jungle lodges, more commonly known as Tambo lodges. Residential accommodation is also offered, and they even give you discounted rates if you're staying for a longer period.
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