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If you are thinking of travelling to Peru, we invite you to read this to learn more.

Peru is the 3rd largest country in South America, after Brazil and Argentina. It has a population of about 30 million.  The country was first inhabited by several indigenous tribes, many of which eventually came under the domination of the Incas.  In the 1532 a group of Spanish defeated the Inca Emperor, and 10 years later the Viceroyalty of Peru was established.  This included most of the Spanish colonies in South America. During this time, Lima was established and was the richest city in the New World for many years.  Peru became independent from Spain in 1821.


Peru’s economy grew by 9% in 2007, and 9.8% in 2008.  The currency is the Nuevo Sol, which is divided into denominations of 100, 50, 20, 10, and coins of 5 soles and 1 sol.  U.S. Dollars are accepted in some stores and restaurants, but not everywhere. Credit cards are also accepted in many stores and restaurants.


Peru has a population of about 30 million people.  Peru is very diverse, its population is about 45% Indigenous, 37% Mestizo (mixed Indigenous and European), 15% European-Peruvians, and the rest are Afro-Peruvians and Asian-Peruvians.  After Peru’s independence, many people immigrated from Italy, Germany, France, Croatia, China, Japan, and other countries.

gapper-peru-food_796229cThe Food

Peru has a great variety of food, and the food has influence from Indigenous, Spanish, African, Italian, German, Chinese, Japanese and other types of food.  Peruvian food has been voted the best in the world for 2 years in a row.  The food is different in different parts of the country.


Peru has 3 different regions, the coast, the Mountains, and the Rainforest. All 3 regions are different and have their own culture. The Coast is usually warmer and has less rain than the Mountains.  The Rainforest can also get quite hot.

What to do

Peru has many different sites to see, including Machu Picchu which is perhaps the most popular, the city of Cusco, the Colca Canyon which is the deepest canyon in the world, Pachacamac, the city of Arequipa, Lake Titicaca, the Uros Islands, and many other sites. If you want to see any of these, fell free to contact us to reserve your tour!

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