Cheap Flights to Peru
Below you'll find all flights compared to Peru. We include cheap one-way and round trip flights to all Peruvian destinations including Lima, Cuzco, Iquitos and more. Cheap flights to Peru include fares from airlines including LAN Airlines (LA) (LA), Qantas Airways (QF), American Airlines (AA), Air New Zealand (NZ). Discount return air fares to Peru start at $1818.29 from LAN Airlines (LA) (LA) to $5553.24 from Air New Zealand (NZ). Airfares may include deals for non-stop or multi-legged economy, business and first class tickets to Peru (PE).
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Tourism in PeruThe South American country of Peru faces the Pacific Ocean and borders part of the Andes mountain range. Due to the unique diversity and wealth found in the country, it is the home of excellent attractions for tourists.
The most well-known attractions in Peru are the varied historic sites of the pre-Columbian cultures and the Incan Empire. The most famous site is Machu Picchu, a famous Incan city in the Andes. To reach the city, one can trek through several trails to reach the mountains, use a bus or use a helicopter.
Peru is also known for its indigenous cultures and delicious food. The cuisine is very traditional and is inexpensive and easy to find on the streets or at festivals. Common throughout the cities of Peru are also the dances and songs of the indigenous people. In the Andes, for example, flutes and drums often accompany masked dancers portraying mythical characters.
Natural resources are abundant throughout Peru. Ecological tourism is one of the most popular industries. The home to 84 of the 104 known life zones on earth, the country is very diverse. Animals range from jaguars to otters to insects to primates. Each part of the country displays a different type of natural and diverse beauty.
While the Peruvian people tend to be very friendly, Quechua is the native language of most and Spanish is the second language. Accurate English is hard to find, so it is a good idea to take a translator along. Also, Peru is a developing country, so many of the modern conveniences found in most Australian homes are not available.
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