Absolutely loved our stay at this quiet and cozy family- run hotel. Right from the beginning our host, Vincente, made us feel at home and went out of his way to make everything perfect, including sorting out our Machu Picchu travel, recommending and getting us to a great restaurant in town, and introducing ...
We stayed here for the first few days before setting our on our 5D/4N trek. Second Home is really like your second home. Carlos was very accommodating during our stay and worked very well with our tour guide when planning the logistics of our visit. Breakfast was made to order each morning as if ...
Beautiful facility. Felt like a hostel for adults. The staff was very accommodating. Good English. Good Internet. 2 minute walk to the Center Plaza. Easy 12-minute walk to the train station, or take Moto cab for super cheap. My only complaint is that the walls and windows are super thin, and you ...
I stayed at Fallen Angel from May 9-12, 2017. The hotel/restaurant is centrally located, a mere 2-3 blocks from the main square (plaza de las armas). The staff at Fallen Angel is attentive. The decor and ambiance of the hotel is super artsy. I found the room to be uncomfortable as the bathroom was ...
The next time you're planning a vacation abroad, consider a visit to Peru. While known around the world for the ancient Incan city, Machu Picchu, the area also offers pristine beaches, mountains to climb, hiking trails, and so much more.
Whether you're adventurous or more low-key, Peru has something to offer. Sightseeing doesn't get any better than it does off the bluffs of Miraflores. The bluffs are located outside the city of Lima and are great vantage points for stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. Lima itself is a city rich in history and is a terrific example of the Peruvian culture. Orbitz.com can help you book the perfect hotel for your vacation needs.
Peru's location south of the equator means that winter falls from June to September, and summer is from December to April. Peru experiences a dry season and a wet season, and you'll want to plan your vacation with that in mind. The driest months are December through April, where temperatures reach the mid-90s during the day. This is the peak travel season for the area, so you'll want to book your reservations well in advance. A notable climate exception is the Amazon jungle, where the daily climate is hot and humid, with temperatures ranging from 86°F to 100°F, with significant rainfall year-round. Whenever you decide to visit Peru, it's always a good idea to start with Orbitz.com.
If you've never visited Peru before, a good place to start is the Tribal Lounge and Bar. The restaurant is English speaking and a good place to meet up with fellow travelers.
Located on the beach at Paracas, Peru Kite offers a unique kite-surfing experience for novice and advanced surfers alike.
The Magic Water Circuit in downtown Lima is one of the most visited attractions in the city. Families with children will enjoy the 13 fountains that combine music with lights and water movement.
Experience an exhilarating board run down one of the towering sand dunes located in Huacachina. High-speed dune buggy rides are also available.
Often overlooked, the Barranco district, outside of Lima, offers a laid-back vibe. Check out one of the many Latin, Creole, or Rock concerts at a local bar, or stroll across the Bridge of Sighs to make a wish while holding your breath.
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