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Business class flights to Peru

Machu Picchu

Peru- Land of Incas

Peru in western South America is a country of over 5000 year old history which makes it one of the most diverse nations on planet earth. It is a country of many festivals, rituals, folk art expressions and belief system that represents the actual ways of life and legacy of this country. From ancient cultures to bustling modern cities very few destinations have as much to offer visitors as Peru. Catch business class flights to Peru and visit capital Lima's great museums which boast priceless collections and dare to fly, gliding downhill from the canopies in Mancora and Cuzco or simply kayaking on the river Canete in Lunahuana, Peru is indeed a great place to visit.

Useful Information
  • Peru experiences two very distinct seasons which are wet and dry. Its high seasons coincide with driest months from May through October. July and August witness the greatest number of visitors while May and September are particularly fine months to visit much of the country
  • Jorge Chávez International Airport (LIM) in Lima is the main gate for international flights and it's the main hub to local flights connections in Peru
  • Two-thirds of Peru is covered in prime Amazon Rain Forest
  • Peru contains the most famous ruins of the Inca Empire which was the largest in the world

Peru's world famous archaeological site, Machu Picchu is among its major attractions. The Colca Canyon is one of the world's most spectacular natural rifts, East of Andes the Peruvian Amazon is the most diverse and naturally rich of entire Amazon Delta. All these natural wonders make Peru one of the most spectacular destinations to visit. So pack your bags snow and book flights to Peru to enjoy one of the most memorable journeys of your life.

Peru Flights

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