April, start of the best Season to visit Perú

Peru is a country rich in history, culture, tradition, nature, gastronomy, among many other things more and it is for this wealth which is one of the preferred destinations for millions of visitors annually.

Located in South America, Peru is visited by millions of tourists throughout the year and is from April that initiates the best time to visit this wonderful country, since a large part of the main areas fall into what is known as "Dry season" or free season of rains.

At the low and almost no presence of rainy season, you will have the opportunity to visit the most important tourist sites without major setbacks as landslides or bad weather that usually occur in the rainy season that goes from November to March.

Among the most important cities of Peru:

Lima: this city is the main door of entry into the country to be the capital of Peru.

Lima has an exceptional richness of history reflected in their shrines as the Pachacamac and its churches and colonial churches located in the center of the city. In addition, Lima offers you the option of enjoying adventure sports such as paragliding, which is done in the best area of the city - Miraflores - district located on the coast of Lima offers a privileged view of the Pacific Ocean and a wide range of tourist and local restaurants where you can enjoy the famous Peruvian gastronomy.

Cusco: Region of Peru is home to one of the 7 modern wonders of the world - Machu Picchu - without a doubt if you plan your trip to Peru, a visit to Machu Picchu is almost mandatory as the energy of this place is incomparable.

However Cusco offers you a wide range of destinations cultural, natural and adventure so we recommend you give this city at least 5 days within your travel itinerary and thus know what is most important.

Arequipa: The beautiful white city of Arequipa is also one of the cities that you can not miss, with its impressive baroque churches built with sillar (volcanic eruptions of the volcanoes that surround this code), two of the world's deepest canyons - The Colca and Cotahuasi - will make your trip one of the most incredible of your life.

Puno: Located in the south of Peru, Puno is a small town on the shores of Lake Titicaca - within this lake are the stunning islands of the Uros, which are a group of small islands made by its inhabitants with the "Totora" (an aquatic plant). To get to these islands the inhabitants will give you one of the warmest welcome making you feel as if you had never home.

Also include the Islands of Amantani and Taquile Island, where its inhabitants have adapted their facilities so that the services for tourists are the best without losing their customs and way of life.

It is worth mentioning that the city of Puno is very close to the border with Bolivia so it is a good option in case you want to visit this beautiful country.

Madre de Dios: Beautiful region located in the Peruvian jungle has two of the most important natural reserves in the world - The National Park of Manu and Tambopata Reserve.

If you want during your trip is to enjoy the nature and walk away a little of the technology and the hustle and bustle of the big cities, the Mother of God is without doubt one of the best options in either Manu or Tambopata will be able to enjoy the flora and fauna of the area.

These are just some of the cities that you should keep in mind when planning your itinerary; however, there are other places like Iquitos, Huaraz, Nazca, among others that are really worth knowing.

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05 Abril 2018

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