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There are many reasons for choosing Hiking in Peru:

Lovers of the outdoors have long enjoyed the deep diversity of hiking trails in Peru. The Andes run down the centre of the country like a backbone, experience cloud forests of the mountains, ancient remnants of civilisation, and strikingly deep canyons.

 

 

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Currency

Sol

Country Code

+51

Best time to visit

Between May and September for prime hiking conditions

Language

The official language is Spanish, along with the co-official languages of Quechua and Aymara

What’s the weather like?

The summer months of Peru, from December to March, is the wettest season that contains frequent heavy showers. With high temperatures in the day, it can drop quite significantly during the night. The winter months, from May to September, are the driest months, making it the idea time for traveling

How long should I stay?

With typical treks of 4-5 days, you’d want to stay in Peru for at least one week to fully enjoy the country without worrying about time. If you have the spare time, then there are more rewarding and challenging hiking trips that can last 10-20 days, cutting through the Andean mountains and sacred sites of the valleys

More info about Hiking in Peru:

Located in the west of South America, with its coast overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Peru is bordered by Ecuador and Colombia to the north, Brazil to the east, and Bolivia and Chile to the south. The country is home to extreme diversity, from its geography to fauna and flora. With high peaks of the Andean mountains in the centre, which stretches past the clouds, to the tropical Amazon rainforest in the east

 

 

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