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Cheap flights to Peru

Reasons To Visit Peru

Peru is a diverse country home to all kinds of climates and landscapes, making it the perfect getaway for outdoor enthusiasts thirsting for adventure. In addition to this, the country has a rich cultural heritage which can be explored at its many ancient ruins and historic cities where you can expect everything from stunning works of architecture to vibrant festivals and cultural events. Many people come to Peru to enjoy its many hiking and trekking trails, especially the popular Inca Trail which eventually leads to the world-famous Inca city of Machu Picchu. You may also want to take an expedition out into the Amazon Rainforest and see some of the incredibly diverse wildlife or partake in some adrenaline-pumping activities like rafting, surfing and mountain biking. If you are heading into the capital Lima you may want to start your journey off in the popular and beautiful Miraflores district where you will find most of the city’s finest restaurants and shops.

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Arriving In Peru

The primary airport serving Peru is Jorge Chavez International Airport which is situated just 10 km outside of the capital Lima, while there are a few other airports handling domestic and regional flights if you plan on journeying elsewhere in the country. If you are looking to catch flights from the UAE to Peru, it is not possible to make the journey directly. However, Jorge Chavez International Airport has a number of regular connections to airports handling direct flights from the UAE such as Amsterdam Schiphol Airport and Paris Charles de Gaulle, so it is straightforward to make the journey with only a single flight transfer.

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Peru Travel Information

If you are a UAE national looking to travel to Peru, you’ll have to apply for a visa first before catching your flight. The climate in Peru differs depending on where you are – if you are traveling to Lima you can expect the warmest temperatures between December and April with average highs in the mid-20s and very little rainfall, although other regions of the country can experience extremely cold temperatures during the winter. Peru is nine hours behind the UAE so don’t forget to wind back your clocks as soon as you have arrived.

* This information is correct as of December 2017

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