Before You Go | How to Peru - Part 2
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Chavín de Huantar

Experience the very beginnings of Peruvian culture as we know it Chavín de Huantar holds the secrets to modern Peruvian art, religion and society Arrival at the site may at first seem similar to any other archaeological spot,...

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Cusco To Uyuni Made Easy: How to Get to the Bolivian Salt Flats

For many exploring the wonders of South America, the journey from Cusco to Uyuni is almost a rite of passage for those coming to the end of their adventure in Peru, and beginning a new one in the beautiful country of Bolivia...

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Customs Regulations for Travelers Entering Peru

Peruvian customs regulations are fairly reasonable Unless, of course, you want to enter the country with two Chihuahuas (one is fine) and a scandalous bottle of non-Peruvian pisco… Firstly a quick tip: If travelling to or...

Peru proof of onward travel by air

Do You Need Proof of Onward Travel to Enter Peru?

FIND OUT WHY Proof of onward travel can be a real worry for many travelers entering Peru Officially, you need it: you need proof that you’ll be exiting Peru within (at most) 183 days, whether by land or by air No...

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El Misti: How to Conquer The Iconic Arequipa Volcano

The most prominent feature of the landscape of Arequipa is undoubtedly the surrounding volcanoes (Misti, Mount Chachani and Pichu Pichu Peak) The most well-known Arequipa volcano is Misti, which sits at 5,825m above sea level, in...