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Something that makes planning Peru group tours easy (in addition to choosing a guided tour)? It’s a great destination to visit year-round. The best time of year to travel to Peru depends on your preferences. Keep in mind that the seasons are opposite of what we experience here in North America.

Machu Picchu lies in the Andes mountains, where the dry season lasts from April through November, and more rain can be expected from December through March. The rainy season in the Amazon rainforest can stretch a bit longer, from around October through April. The capital city of Lima is known for its mild temperatures and cloudy conditions—it has the most sunshine during December through March.

Guided trips to Peru are a fantastic way to see much of what the destination has to offer. As the third-largest country in South America, it’s full of many sites to discover. Must-visit spots in Peru include everything from ancient ruins that tell stories of past civilizations to sites with scenic views that’ll take your breath away.

Here are a few of our picks for some of the best places to visit in Peru:

Machu Picchu, the spectacular archaeological site and lost city of the Incas

Lake Titicaca, which lies high in the Andes where Peru meets Bolivia

Cuzco, the UNESCO-recognized ancient capital of the Inca Empire

Ollantaytambo, impressive Incan ruins in the heart of the the Sacred Valley

Lima , the colorful capital city that overlooks the Pacific Ocean

The Amazon, where you can explore the lush landscapes and wildlife of the rainforest

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Getting a taste of Peruvian culture can also be done by sampling its cuisine. When you travel on our tours to Peru, you’ll have the chance to try local specialties at included meals. You’ll find familiar staples such as quinoa, rice, beans, potatoes, and meat in many lunches and dinners—styles of preparation vary as you travel across the country.

A few traditional bites to try on Peru group tours include:

  • Ají de Gallina , a yellow pepper cream sauce served over shredded chicken, olives, and rice
  • Causa , yellow mashed potatoes layered with tuna or chicken
  • Ceviche, raw sea bass marinated with lime and chilies
  • Pisco Sour, a cocktail made with tasty white-grape brandy

On Peru tours at any time of year, prepare for hot and sunny days and the chance for cool temperatures at night. For all of our South America tours , we recommend that you bring loose-fitting clothing that can be easily layered, as well as a comfortable pair of walking shoes. You should be prepared to get some steps in as you explore sites like Machu Picchu that are only accessible by foot.

A few other things to toss in your suitcase? Sunglasses, a sun hat, sunscreen, rain gear, and insect repellent. Before you head out on tour, you’ll receive detailed packing information tailored to your specific itinerary. You can also download the Go Ahead Tour Companion App so you can have all the info for your tour right in your pocket!

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Up the altitude and dive into jungles, cities and ancient ruins on a trip to Peru. Live like a local in Lima, journey to vibrant Cuzco, and hike around the always enchanting Machu Picchu, where you’ll learn about its mysterious past, watch the sunrise, and maybe even feast your eyes on a real-life llama.

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“I never imagined myself taking a trip like this and went in not knowing at all what to expect and then each day was constantly blown away by the people, food, culture, history, nature, the list can go on and on. Peru is a one of a kind place that helped me open up my mind, learn more about myself, and have fun while doing so.”

– Rachael, traveled on Peru & Machu Picchu Adventure Sep. 2022

Peru is perfection

“I originally booked this trip to see Machu Picchu, but what I got was so much more. Between Lima, Cusco, Machu Picchu and more, this trip was unforgettable. From the food, to the people, the culture and stunning views, I highly recommend this trip. To top it all off, I had the most amazingly, kind, funny and compassionate tour guide Sally.”

– Julia, traveled on Peru & Machu Picchu Adventure Sep. 2022

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It’s fun and helpful to try your hand at the local language, Spanish! Try out some of these popular words and phrases:

  • Hello: Hola
  • How are you? ¿Cómo estás?
  • Goodbye: Adiós
  • Thank you: Gracias
  • Please: Por favor
  • I’m (your name): Soy (your name)
  • I’m from (your country of residence): Soy de (your country of residence)
  • How much does this cost? Cuánto cuesta?
  • bathroom: el baño
  • pharmacy: la farmacia

Locals in Peru are typically laid-back, but well-mannered. If you show common courtesy and try your hand at local customs, it can go a long way with the locals! As you prepare to spend time in a new country, here are some expert tips to help you live like a true Peruvian:

  • Common greetings in Peru are a handshake and a buenos días or buenas tardes (depending on time of day).
  • Be considerate when taking photos of locals, and know that some people might not want their photo taken at all, or will ask for a payment in return for the photo. When in doubt, just ask the person if you can take a photo of them.
  • Nightlife in Peru, especially Lima or Cuzco doesn’t typically begin until 10 or 11pm. You’ll find lots of locals and tourists in the same places, dancing to reggaeton, electronic, and more!

Food & Drink

You’ll sample a variety of other local dishes on your trip, but read on for all the tips, tricks, and delicacies you must try.

  • Anticuchos: These look like shish kebabs, and are a popular street food! Be brave and try the specialties: cow heart.
  • Arroz Con Pato: Rice with duck. But get this, it’s cooked with a mix of beer and herbs giving it some zest.
  • Ceviche: Raw seafood ‘cooked’ in lime and chili - trust us, try it!
  • Jungle Fruit: The best fruits to try are lucuma, maracuya, and camu.
  • Chicha: Corn is a staple of Peru, and comes in many forms in Peru. Chicha is actually an alcoholic drink that resembles a corn ale with flavors of cinnamon, clove, lemon, and more. It tastes like a fruit punch!
  • Pisco Sour: Peru’s national drink! Pisco is a brandy distilled from local grapes, and this cocktail combines the brandy with egg white, simple syrup, lemon juice, and bitters.
  • Cuy: This is a specialty in Peru - roast guinea pig!
  • Quinoa: The same healthy grain you see at Whole Foods… but better.
  • Plantains: A savory cousin of the banana, typically served on street corners!

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A practical guide to exploring Peru

Machu Picchu might be its star attraction, but this south American favourite is hardly a one-trick pony, and visits here reward those who plan in advance.

Peru is one of South America’s most popular countries for foreign visitors, but planning a trip here remains hardly intuitive. This is a destination with landscapes ranging from a drenching rainforest to high-altitude peaks and desert coastal plains. Some of its attractions are blockbusters, making early booking essential — and the choice of tickets on offer can be confusing. While the tourist infrastructure is generally well developed, rural areas remain wonderfully traditional, meaning English isn’t always understood and cash still reigns. From when to book to what to pack, this quick guide will help you sort through the logistics.

Should I visit using a tour operator or independently?

Booking with a tour operator means you won’t have to worry about logistics, which can, at times, be complicated. If you’re travelling to Machu Picchu from Cusco, for example, a tour operator will take care of all legs of the journey, which includes a bus, rail and minibus ride. As larger suitcases aren’t allowed on the train, your operator will also look after your luggage should you want to overnight in the gateway town of Aguas Calientes before or after visiting the citadel. What’s more, it means you’ll have a guide with you at most times, which can really bring this storied country to life. That said, Peru — especially the south — is easy enough to visit independently, with a well-developed tourist infrastructure. Bus companies such as Peru Hop, whose services include hotel pick up and English-speaking guides, can make the logistics easier.

If I plan the trip myself, should I book every leg of the itinerary before I leave?

Cornerstone experiences such as Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail require advance booking, particularly during high season (June to the end of August). Reserve six weeks in advance for the former and at least six months ahead for the latter. Flights and accommodation should also be booked at least three months in advance during this period. Overland bus travel can generally be secured a day or two before departure, particularly in the north of   Peru, where there are fewer tourists.

Which Machu Picchu circuit should I book?

In 2021, the Peruvian Ministry of Culture implemented one-way visitor circuits at Machu Picchu to disperse traffic and, while pandemic-era restrictions are no longer in place, the system remains to help better distribute footfall and protect constructions. The circuits got updated on 1 June 2024, with 10 ticket types now on offer (some of which are only available in high season), combining different sections of the citadel with the mountains and sites around it. Circuit 1 is the only that gives access to the House of the Guardian, which offers the iconic pulled-back view of the site, while Circuit 2 is the most comprehensive — it takes in both the ‘lower’ and ‘upper’ areas. Circuit 3 only has access to the ‘lower’ structures but offers a more thorough visit of this area compared to Circuit 2. For more information on what each circuit includes, visit Ticket Machu Picchu .

What do I need to know about the Inca Trail?

There ‘classic’ route takes four days, starting at a trailhead near Cusco and ending at Machu Picchu, with entrance to the site though the ancient Sun Gate. Visitors must book a slot and hiking permit via a licensed operator, putting down a non-refundable deposit. These tour companies provide guides — it’s obligatory to have one — and porters to transport luggage and necessities along the way, as well as meals, energy snacks and technical equipment. Nights are spent at established campsites complete with rustic toilet facilities.

As the trail is exceedingly popular, the number of people allowed on the path has been capped to 500 per day, including guides, porters and other staff. Still, solitude can be elusive, so do expect to come across other groups on the way.The trail covers 26 miles in four days, and much of it is high-altitude trekking, crossing mountain passes that reach elevations of almost 14,000ft. Be sure to prepare and acclimatise sensibly. Shorter one- or two-day options are also available, as well as longer ones that pair the Inca Trail with other ancient paths.

How should I manage my money when travelling here?

In places such as Cusco and Lima, credit cards are increasingly accepted, but in rural areas and small restaurants, shops and B & Bs, cash is king. ATMs will generally charge a fee of between £5 and £10 for withdrawals, so it can make sense to take cash out in larger amounts. Use ATMs attached to banks, during daylight hours and with other people around.

Do I need to speak Spanish?

Few Peruvians outside of tourist hubs speak much English. Aside from helping you board the correct bus, knowing some basic Spanish can assist when it comes to haggling for a taxi or at the local market, where it’s common to try to knock a bit of money off prices.  

What do I need to take with me?

Spanning everything from bone-dry desert to the cool, rainy climate of the highlands and the humidity of the Amazon jungle, Peru’s terrain presents a unique challenge to visitors when it comes to organising your luggage. That said, basic packing principles apply: a lightweight rain jacket is essential for downpours in the Andes and the Amazon, while layers can help navigate both hot and cold climes. Hiking shoes are needed for treks, but if you’re heading into the Amazon, lodges should provide wellies for muddy jungle trails. Bring earplugs, an eye mask and warm clothing for bus rides; temperatures can either be glacial or sweltering.

Is the water in Peru potable?

No, as cases of giardiasis, caused by the giardia parasite, which lives in the water, have been reported. A water filter such as the Grayl Geopress will make tap water safe to drink by removing viruses and bacteria — and stop you from polluting and spending a small fortune on single-use plastic bottles.

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