HOW TO BOOK: Tours, Flights, Hotels, Packages, Buses, Trains

1Send contact information.
2Quote and Reservations. 
3Payment & Confirmation. 

If you still have problems, please let us know, by sending an email to: info [ @ ] inkaland.com. Thank you!

OFFICE HOURS

Mon-Fri 9:00AM - 8:00PM
Sat - 9:00AM-5:00PM
Sundays by appointment only!

CREATE ACCOUNT

*

*

*

*

*

*

FORGOT YOUR PASSWORD?

*

  • Lake Titicaca: The highest navigable lake in the world

    Lake Titicaca: The highest navigable lake in the world

  • Walking Peru's Cordillera Huayhuash

    Walking Peru's Cordillera Huayhuash

  • Machu Picchu: Trip of a Lifetime

    Machu Picchu: Trip of a Lifetime

  • Amazon River Expeditions

    Amazon River Expeditions

VirtueMart Product
Search - Categories
Search - Contacts
Search - Content
Search - Newsfeeds
Search - Weblinks

Puerto Maldonado Tours, Travel and Adventures
Tourism in Peru


VISIT PUERTO MALDONADO MANU AND TAMBOPATA

Some of the most unspoilt yet accessible jungle locales in Peru, Puerto Maldonado gives the traveler the chance to see, feel and hear the Amazonian jungle like nowhere else in Peru. Nearby are the Manú National Park, and Tambopata National Reserve.

Munu Travel, Tours in Peru, attractions in Puerto Maldonado, Peru, Manu National Reserve, Tambopata National Reserve, Puerto Maldonado

Puerto Maldonado tours: Manu National Reserve - Tambopata National Reserve - Jungle trips - Bahuaja Sonene National Park.Back to top

Lima Tours, Travel and Adventures

Tourism in Peru

VISIT TARAPOTO

“Delight yourself and give free rein to your senses in this land of lagoons and dreamy waterfalls."

Tarapoto Tours,Places in Tarapoto, Tarapoto Transport, Tarapoto Weather, Tarapoto Map, tarapoto Peru

Tarapoto Tour: valley orchids, citadel kuelap, fortress kuelap,San Martin, Gran Pajaten, Rio Abiseo,.Back to top

They say that some places are just not fit for people who suffer from heart conditions, and this proverb must be taken seriously in the case of Tarapoto since its joy, tropical atmosphere and colorful charm will seep into the heart of the traveler and then definitely take root there, making him or her collapse out of pure enchantment. It’s a fact since a city like this one, flanked by green, fl owery and rough terrain and under an eternally kaleidoscopic sky, can do no less to its visitors.

Whoever first called this area “land of the waterfalls” was not mistaken since among its many attractions are some of the most beautiful and powerful waterfalls in the country. You can visit, for example, Aguashiyacu Falls, on symbolic Cerro Escalera; Huacamaíllo Falls, in the delicious grape growing district of San Antonio de Cumbaza, and Tununtunumba Falls, in Chazuta. It would be unthinkable to travel these routes without carrying a camera or to do so listlessly. In either case, if your heart is indifferent, then a side trip to Laguna Azul (blue), with its fascinating and still crystalline waters, to the impressive Gran Pajatén, an archeological complex, to the town of Lamas or to the city of Moyobamba, capital of the department of San Martin and home to 2,500 varieties of orchids, will end up lifting you out of the doldrums and make you feel that you can finally stop your endless searching. Rather, it will become a well deserved respite for your senses and the restlessness of your soul. Seeing that San Martín is a jungle region, we recommend you to take the precautions common to all tropical areas, such as wearing light clothing, preferable long sleeve shirts and shorts, and a hat. Also, bring a waterproof coat or poncho in case of rain and waterproof boots, preferably rubber up to the knees, which keep mosquito bites on your legs to a minimum. Insect repellent is also a must. Likewise, if you plan on getting a yellow fever vaccination, remember to get it 10 days before you travel so it takes affect; make the proper arrangements with your physician beforehand.
Try to refrain from touching the wildlife, especially vividly colored frogs that appear quite harmless. Also, Peruvian law prohibits and penalizes the extraction, transport, sale and export of any type of wild plant or animal species, whether live or dead.

Tarapoto Tour: valley orchids, citadel kuelap, fortress kuelap,San Martin, Gran Pajaten, Rio Abiseo,.Back to top

Places to visit in Tarapoto

• Cumbaza. The two rivers that supply water to the city of Tarapoto are the Cumbaza and the Shilcayo. Yet, the Cumbaza is not just used by the city for water since on its sandy river banks a lovely recreation area has been developed where locals go for relaxing. Whole families love to go to its beaches and enjoy the sun and river all year long.

• Lamas Street. This cobblestone street exudes a Bohemian air and is by far the center of the night life in Tarapoto. As night begins to fall, the restaurants, cafes and bars wake up and breathe life into this street. Dancing and eating as well as live music are offered in some of the establishments.

Tarapoto Tour: valley orchids, citadel kuelap, fortress kuelap,San Martin, Gran Pajaten, Rio Abiseo,.Back to top

Excursions Chacahpoyas:

From Tarapoto:

• Laguna Azul and Lago Lindo. 1.5 hours away from Tarapoto sits the lovely Laguna Azul (also called Lake of the Willow) and its reflective surface 8 miles in length. Getting there is an adventure in itself since you have to cross the Huallaga River in chatas, or flat bottomed boats. At one end of the lake is the charming town of Sauce, colonized by Lamista Indians at the beginning of the 20th century. The town’s main source of nourishment comes from the lake itself in the form of a fish called tilapia. If your desire is visiting a wildlife refuge, then you must check out Lago Lindo (30 minutes from Sauce). It is a private reserve on 1,400 hectares and in 2002 it was rated as one of the world’s top 55 eco-tourism spots.

All you need to do is look around at the surrounding forests, catch a glimpse of the monkeys jumping from tree top to tree top and listen to the raucous calls of the birds hidden among the vegetation to realize the truth of that distinction.

• Paucar Yacu Hot Springs. The site purports to have waters of therapeutic value within its 4 pools – 1 cold and the other 3 between 98.6º F and 104º F – that also possess the added attraction of being out in the open, in direct contact with nature: oropendolas and strident parrots fly overhead of people enjoying the water. The three bungalows there are at the disposal of visitors.

• Polish Petroglyphs. To come to this spot is to enter a mystery. The strange carvings on the rocks strewn about this 1 hectare area are veiled in an enigma. Plants and animals, predominately snakes, were engraved on these stones by unknown people, for unknown purposes and at a still unknown time period. The word “polish” means “cleared plain”, an allusion to the place where this artwork is found.

• Ahuashiyacu Falls. A large, 131- feet waterfall located along the route from Tarapoto to Yurimaguas. 

The waters thunder down the steep sides of the Escalera Hill, producing a curtain of water that sprays mist over ferns and orchids, a vista not too often seen in the world.

• Tunun Tunumba Falls. As you hike along the Huallaga River, you will run into this lovely waterfall, located on the left bank of the river.
The Quechua name means “a fall within a fall”, aptly applied to this waterfall since there are three levels to this large cataract.

• Lamas. The community of Lamas is a clear example of how the Andean and the Amazonian cultures have merged together over the centuries. Antonio Raymondi called this place “the city of the three floors”. In the lowest section of Lamas, called El Huayco, the inhabitants speak Quechua and express themselves through colorful and joyful traditions, evidence of their Andean roots. Even their homes are built from adobe and roofed with flagstones, as is the custom in the Andes.
A visit to this community means shopping at any of the small shops for two things: regionally made handicrafts and charming traditional clothing. There are also stores selling other regional products, such as coffee liqueur, rosquitas de yuca, a type of wheel shaped cassava cookie, and chocolates. One peculiar aspect to Lamas is that it is one of the few important Amazonian cities not built next to a river.

From Moyobamba:

• Tingana–Avisado Forest. It is the last standing forest of aguaje palm trees and renaco trees left in the zone of Alto Mayo, once a vastly forested region. Its area, 5,757 hectares, follows the course of the lower Avisado River, from which we get the clever name Tingana, or “the forest that walks”. Another of its singularities is that its humid ecosystem lies 800 meters above sea level. Wildlife abounds there: river otters, squirrel monkeys, black capuchin monkeys and sloths, not to mention an attractive variety of birds, fish, reptiles and insects.

• Calzada headland. A rocky point covered with upper jungle forests. If you climb to its top, you will capture a fantastic vista of the Alto Mayo River Valley. Likewise, it shelters important plant and animal species, above all, orchids that bloom from September to October.

Tarapoto Tour: valley orchids, citadel kuelap, fortress kuelap,San Martin, Gran Pajaten, Rio Abiseo,.Back to top

Tarapoto celebration dates

Feast of Saint John the Baptist. June 24th. The entire Amazon region celebrates this feast day, chiefly because of its association with water, an allusion to the many rivers and importance of water to the populations there.

People pull out all the stops to celebrate this day: live bands play traditional music, groups dance in parades and regional food is prepared and sold.

Tarapoto Tour: valley orchids, citadel kuelap, fortress kuelap,San Martin, Gran Pajaten, Rio Abiseo,.Back to top

BRIEF HISTORY

Tarapoto was founded August 20, 1782 by the Spanish bishop Baltazar Jaime Martínez de Compagnon y Bujanda. Its beginnings date back to the explorations of the Pocras and Chancas (old cultures of the Ayacucho region) who, when being conquered by the Inca Empire, headed a revolution led by the commander Ancohallo; a revolt that, when defeated, forced their tribal members to escape from terrible Inca vengeance. Eventually settling down in the valleys of the Mayo and Cumbaza rivers in what is now the San Martin department, they possibly formed the town of Lamas, before establishing a satellite in the valley of the rivers Cumbaza and Shilcayo, having as a central nucleus the Suchiche Lagoon (dried up in the colony). In this lagoon grew abundant Taraputus palms, a name that the Spanish bishop would later use when founding the city in this area of hunters and fishermen.

Founded September 14, 1906, Tarapoto is the main tourist and commercial hub of this part of northeastern Peru. The city is located in the valleys of the Cumbaza and Shilcayo rivers, and is the center of the terrestrial networks and areas between the mountains, the coast and eastern Peru.

Tarapoto, known as the "City of Palms", is a thriving commercial hub in northern Peru, an hour by plane from Lima, situated in the San Martín Province of the San Martín Region, located in the high jungle plateau to the east of what is known as the selva baja (low jungle). Although Moyobamba is the capital of the region, Tarapoto is the region's largest city, and is linked to the Upper Amazon and the historic city of Yurimaguas by a relatively well-maintained newly paved (2008–2009) transandean highway[1].

Tarapoto is at an altitude of approximately 356 meters above sea level on the high jungle plateau, also called the cloud forest[1]. Founded in 1782 by Baltazar Martínez Jiménez de Compagnon, Tarapoto has a population of 63,484 (downtown) and over 117,184 inhabitants with the outlying Morales and Banda de Shilcayo districts , according to the 2007 census.

Tarapoto is often used by tourists and local visitors as a "jumping off" point for excursions into the vast Amazon Rainforest. The region's main activities are tourism, commerce, agriculture and a thriving illicit "shadow economy" including the production of coca leaves, the extraction of lumber and the trade in land concessions.

Tarapoto is home to the Universidad Nacional de San Martin, an important center of higher education serving the professional and technical needs of the bio-diverse region. With its active night-life, Tarapoto offers a wide variety of hotels and restaurants in and around the city. Moreover, beautiful landscapes, amazing waterfalls, lagoons, and adventure tourism, such as river rafting and hiking in the tropical Andes, attracts numerous visitors to the "City of Palms".

Tarapoto Tour: valley orchids, citadel kuelap, fortress kuelap,San Martin, Gran Pajaten, Rio Abiseo,.Back to top

Recommended for Visit in Tarapoto

Archeology and popular tradition lovers, who will be thrilled by the visit to the Polish Petroglyphs, the town of Lamas and just by walking through the streets of Tarapoto. Nature lovers and plant and animal watchers, who must hike around the areas of Laguna Azul and Lago Lindo as well as the Tingada-Avisado Forest. Trekkers, who will be challenged by the thunderous waterfalls of Aguashiyacu and Tunun Tunumba, the Tingada - Avisado Forest and the Morro de Calzada. Rafters and kayakers, who can bask in the natural surroundings of Laguna Azul and Lago Lindo.

Tarapoto Tour: valley orchids, citadel kuelap, fortress kuelap,San Martin, Gran Pajaten, Rio Abiseo,.Back to top

What to buy?

If you want to purchase high quality straw hats and baskets, then go to the village of Rioja, whose artisans are experts weavers. There is also the fine pottery and unique wood carvings in the towns of Chazuta and Lamas, and in the latter, you can also pick up lovely clothing.

Tarapoto Tour: valley orchids, citadel kuelap, fortress kuelap,San Martin, Gran Pajaten, Rio Abiseo,.Back to top

What to eat?

When it is about food in the department of San Martín, then it is about the typical jungle cuisine of Peru. Dishes like tacacho con cecina (mashed bananas, mixed with lard and dried beef, then baked) and ninajuane (mashed bananas, mixed with chicken, eggs and spices, then baked in banana leaves) are wonderful examples, not to mention the excellent tasting Burgundy wines made in the district of San Antonio de Cumbaza (the only San Martín village with vineyards) and another spirit called uvachado, San Martín’s liqueur of choice, made from wild grapes macerated in brandy.

Tarapoto Tour: valley orchids, citadel kuelap, fortress kuelap,San Martin, Gran Pajaten, Rio Abiseo,.Back to top

Puno Tours, Travel and Adventures
Tourism in Peru

VISIT PUNO

The small port of Puno is departure point to make tours to Lake Titicaca’s various islands or to surrounding archaeological sites. The Puno town was founded on November 4, 1668, near the site of the colonial silver mine of Laykakota.

Lake Titicaca Puno - Puno City, Peru

Puno tours: Lake Titicaca - Uros floating islands - Amantaní Island - Chucuito, Taquile Island - Sillustani.Back to top

Visit in Puno city:

• Cathedral of Puno. Built in the 17th century, it is a fine example of Spanish Baroque, yet the architects incorporated Andean elements,  conferring on this monument a mixed quality.

• Balcony of the Count of Lemos. Built at the end of the 17th century, it is said that the Viceroy Count of
 Lemos was given lodgings at this mansion when he arrived at the area to stamp out a rebellion. It is now a cultural center and an art gallery.

• The Museum Ship Yavarí. It is an iron ship built in Great Britain in 1862 and commissioned by the Peruvian government to patrol Lake Titicaca. It took six years to transport the 2,766 pieces from the Pacific coast to the plateau.

The museum exhibits the original engine, equipment and other pieces, and it is currently considered the largest ship of its generation still in operation in the world.
 
Puno tours: Lake Titicaca - Uros floating islands - Amantaní Island - Chucuito, Taquile Island - Sillustani.Back to top

Trujillo Tours, Travel and Adventures
Tourism in Peru

VISIT TRUJILLO

Trujillo city is proximity to important ruins of Chimu, which is the world's largest city built out of adobe Chan-chan, also known as "City of the Moon" or "of the Long Walls". Other nearby ruins are the Moche ruins of Huaca del Sol, Huaca de la Luna, and El Brujo.

Trujillo The capital city of La Libertad is also called “the Capital City of the Marinera” - Trujillo City, Peru

Trujillo tours: Citadel of Chan Chan, Temples of the Sun and of the Moon,El Brujo Archeological Complex.Back to top

TRUJILLO

The capital city of La Libertad is also called “the Capital City of the Marinera” because of its famous dance contests and skilled dancers –men and women of all ages with the rhythm of the dance pulsing in their veins–. Trujillo has plenty to offer for lovers of music, architecture and archeology.

16 Travel Destinations In Peru

LIMA TOURS

Lima the City of the Kings , capital of Peru, founded on 1535, is a modern city which, while constantly expanding, has also managed to maintain the elegance of its Historic Center.

VISIT LIMA PERU

Lima, the capital of modern Peru, –known in colonial times as “The City of Kings”–is more than just a gateway to Peru’s fascinating Andes mountains and Amazon basin. Sitting on top of a cliff overlooking a bay on the Pacific Ocean, the buildings and skyscrapers of modern Lima mix with the colonial palaces and churches of its glorious past making for a colorful and exuberant urban environment.

Come to Peru and visit Lima!

AREQUIPA TOURS

Arequipa known as the White City, is surrounded by some of the wildest terrain in Peru. This is a land of active snowy volcanoes, high-altitude deserts, thermal hot springs, salt lakes and, last but not least, the world’s deepest canyons.

VISIT AREQUIPA PERU

The city of Arequipa is located in a fertile valley at the feet of Mt. Chachani and Mt. Misti volcanoes. Arequipa’s city center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and offers beautiful colonial architecture, an attractive colonial style Plaza de Armas, wonderful churches and monasteries, shops, and exquisite restaurants offering the best of local cuisine –one of Peru’s finest.

Come to Peru and visit Arequipa!

ICA, NAZCA  & PARACAS TOURS

In this desert area of Peru we can find traces of the Paracas (700 - 200. BC) and Nazca (200. BC - 700 AD) cultures, Inca ruins and Spanish architecture as well as the desolate beauty of the desert running into the sea.

VISIT ICA PERU

Nazca is located in the central-southern Peru, capital of the province of Nazca, located on the right bank of Aja River, a tributary of the Rio Grande. It is located 450 km south of Lima in a narrow valley. It is a very active city, due to the daily influx of tourists visiting the ancient Nazca Lines, and mining development, agriculture and trade in the area.It is also known for producing Pisco at Hacienda Cahuachi.

Come to Peru and visit Ica!

HUARAZ TOURS

Huaraz is a popular base for expeditions into the Cordillera Blanca and the Huayhuash south of the Callejon del Huaylas. The peaks of the region have for many decades have been the testing grounds for mountain climbers.

VISIT HUARAZ PERU

Located 400 km north of Lima, Huaraz is accessible via a nicely paved highway and can be reached by public bus in a 7 hour journey. Although the city itself is not a major attraction, it offers a great starting point from which to explore the spectacular mountain ranges of the Cordillera Blanca in the Huascaran National Park –home to Peru’s highest peak, Mt. Huascaran at 6,768 m/ 22,205 ft above sea level, the largest Mountain Protected area and a UNESCO World heritage Site.

Come to Peru and visit Huaraz!

CUZCO TOURS

Cuzco is situated at 3,400 meters (11,000 feet) above sea level, surrounded by Andean mountains and green valleys. Visit Machu Picchu, by Inca Trail or by train, and enjoy the Sacred Valley.

VISIT CUZCO PERU

The ancient capital of the Inca Empire and one of 24 Departments it is the most popular destination by far, drawing hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. Steeped in history and archaeological sites, surrounded by marvelous Andean mountain landscapes and with easy access to the lowland Amazon basin, it is undoubtedly a monumental gateway to many great adventures, of which the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu is only the tip of the iceberg.

Come to Peru and visit Cuzco!

PUNO TOURS

The small port of Puno is departure point to make tours to Lake Titicaca’s various islands or to surrounding archaeological sites. The Puno town was founded on November 4, 1668, near the site of the colonial silver mine of Laykakota.

VISIT PUNO PERU

Is the gateway to some of southern Peru’s most awe-inspiring natural scenarios, traditional towns and fascinating local cultures. It’s most famous attraction is Lake Titicaca where one can visit the Uros on their floating reed islands, the traditional communities of the Islands of Taquileand Amantani, and the coastal community of Llachon from where you can launch unique sea kayaking adventures on the highest navigable lake in the world.

Come to Peru and visit Puno!

MACHU PICCHU TOURS

Some of the most unspoilt yet accessible jungle locales in Peru, Puerto Maldonado gives the traveler the chance to see, feel and hear the Amazonian jungle like nowhere else in Peru. Nearby are the Manú National Park, and Tambopata National Reserve.

VISIT MACHU PICCHU PERU

Machu Picchu is one of the top tourist destinations in all of South America. This stunning set of Incan ruins has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was also classified as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in 2007.

Come to Peru and visit Machu Picchu!

Pto. MALDONADO TOURS

Some of the most unspoilt yet accessible jungle locales in Peru, Puerto Maldonado gives the traveler the chance to see, feel and hear the Amazonian jungle like nowhere else in Peru. Nearby are the Manú National Park, and Tambopata National Reserve.

VISIT Pto. MALDONADO PERU

Some of the most unspoilt yet accessible jungle locales in Peru, Puerto Maldonado gives the traveler the chance to see, feel and hear the Amazonian jungle like nowhere else in Peru. Nearby are the Manú National Park, and Tambopata National Reserve..

Come to Peru and visit Pto. Maldonado!

CAJAMARCA TOURS

Cajamarca is colonial metropolis cradled in a languid valley. The Plaza de Armas is bordered by majestic churches. Not many tourists pass through this way, but dozens of sights from the town’s pivotal past, including the famous Baños del Inca.

VISIT CAJAMARCA PERU

Cajamarca is colonial metropolis cradled in a languid valley. The Plaza de Armas is bordered by majestic churches. Not many tourists pass through this way, but dozens of sights from the town’s pivotal past, including the famous Baños del Inca.

Come to Peru and visit Cajamarca!

TRUJILLO TOURS

Trujillo city is proximity to important ruins of Chimu, which is the world's largest city built out of adobe Chan-chan, also known as "City of the Moon" or "of the Long Walls". Other nearby ruins are the Moche ruins of Huaca del Sol, Huaca de la Luna, and El Brujo.

VISIT TRUJILLO PERU

Trujillo city is proximity to important ruins of Chimu, which is the world's largest city built out of adobe Chan-chan, also known as "City of the Moon" or "of the Long Walls". Other nearby ruins are the Moche ruins of Huaca del Sol, Huaca de la Luna, and El Brujo.

Come to Peru and visit Trujillo!

PIURA TOURS

But the lovely narrow, cobbled streets and charismatic colonial houses of central Piura make up for the fact that there’s little else for tourists to do here. There are also great spots for surfers, like Mancora Beach and Cabo Blanco.

VISIT PIURA PERU

But the lovely narrow, cobbled streets and charismatic colonial houses of central Piura make up for the fact that there’s little else for tourists to do here. There are also great spots for surfers, like Mancora Beach and Cabo Blanco.

Come to Peru and visit Piura!

TUMBES TOURS

Tumbes is in a uniquely green part of coastal Peru, where dry deserts magically turn into mangroves and an expanse of ecological reserves stretches in all directions. It’s also the way for trips to the excellent and popular beaches of Máncora.

VISIT TUMBES PERU

Tumbes is in a uniquely green part of coastal Peru, where dry deserts magically turn into mangroves and an expanse of ecological reserves stretches in all directions. It’s also the way for trips to the excellent and popular beaches of Máncora..

Come to Peru and visit Tumbes!

IQUITOS TOURS

Iquitos is the world’s largest city that cannot be reached by road. It has a unique personality: friendly, noisy, sassy and slightly manic. Travelers come here for an excursion into the rainforest or a river trip along the Amazon.

VISIT IQUITOS PERU

Iquitos is the world’s largest city that cannot be reached by road. It has a unique personality: friendly, noisy, sassy and slightly manic. Travelers come here for an excursion into the rainforest or a river trip along the Amazon.

Come to Peru and visit Iquitos!

CHACHAPOYAS TOURS

This pleasant colonial settlement is now a busy market town and makes an excellent base for exploring the awesome ancient ruins left behind by the fierce civilization of the Chachapoyas (‘People of the Clouds’). "Kuelap" the ruined city in the mountains.

VISIT CHACHAPOYAS PERU

This pleasant colonial settlement is now a busy market town and makes an excellent base for exploring the awesome ancient ruins left behind by the fierce civilization of the Chachapoyas (‘People of the Clouds’). "Kuelap" the ruined city in the mountains.

Come to Peru and visit Chachapoyas!

TARAPOTO TOURS

Tarapoto, known as the "City of Palms", was founded in 1782 under the name of Santa Cruz Motilones de Tarapoto. Capital of the province of San Martín and is located in the high rainforest zone, on shore of Shilcayo river, amid dense vegetation.

VISIT TARAPOTO PERU

Tarapoto, known as the "City of Palms", was founded in 1782 under the name of Santa Cruz Motilones de Tarapoto. Capital of the province of San Martín and is located in the high rainforest zone, on shore of Shilcayo river, amid dense vegetation.

Come to Peru and visit Tarapoto!

AYACUCHO TOURS

Ayacucho is very well known for its artisans that have inherited from their ancestors all they know. This city counts with many churches and temples. During the Holy Week the city is crowded with many Christians from all the country.

VISIT AYACUCHO PERU

Ayacucho is very well known for its artisans that have inherited from their ancestors all they know. This city counts with many churches and temples. During the Holy Week the city is crowded with many Christians from all the country.

Come to Peru and visit Ayacucho!

Discount Airfare

  • Cheap Airlines Tickets‎

    Latin America

    RT: Round trip
    OW: One way

    Price From To OW/RT
    $135 Cuzco Lima OW
    $350 Lima Bogota OW
    $645 Lima Costa Rica OW
    $438 Lima Buenos Aires RT
    $429 Lima Caracas RT
    $390 Lima Quito RT
    $433 Lima San Andres RT
    $382 Lima Medellim RT
    $365 Lima Cartagena RT
    $395 Lima Rio de Janeiro OW
    $595 Lima São Paulo RT
    $599 Lima Porto Alegre RT
    $329 Lima Panama RT
    $499 Lima Porto Alegre RT
TOP
Ask a question

THEME OPTIONS

Header type:
Theme Colors:
Color suggestions *
THEME
* May not have full accuracy!