Peru



[Read] ➼ Peru ➹ Sara Benson – E17streets4all.co.uk Discover Peru Bike, hike and ride a scary cable car to Machu Picchu on one of five alternatives to the busy Inca TrailGlide past manatees, dolphins, monkeys and macaws in the Reserva Nacional Pacaya S Discover Peru Bike, hike and ride a scary cable car to Machu Picchu on one of five alternatives to the busy Inca TrailGlide past manatees, dolphins, monkeys and macaws in the Reserva Nacional Pacaya SamiriaSwill a scoopful of chicha saliva fermented corn beer to earn the respect of the localsDescend into the narrow, hallucinatory underground chambers of the millennia old ruins at Chavin de Huantar In This Guide Three authors,days of on the road research via planes, riverboats, and dozens of death defying bus ridesDedicated Peru Outdoors chapter, plus expanded activities coverage throughoutGet the inside story on the Inca world from notes explorer and author Hugh ThomsonContent updated daily visit lonelyplanet for up to the minute reviews and traveler suggestions.Peru

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  • Paperback
  • 564 pages
  • Peru
  • Sara Benson
  • English
  • 03 October 2019
  • 1740597494

10 thoughts on “Peru

  1. says:

    Good information and definitely wet my appetite for my trip here, but I found the prices to be about 30% higher on average than those in the book, due to I think Peru s currently booming economy noted as the fasted growing in South America by a recent 12 08 or so issue of the Economist magazine This is certainly not the author s fault, but it is something readers should take into account when planning their trip Of course, I was only in the Sacred Valley, so prices may bein line Good information and definitely wet my appetite for my trip here, but I found the prices to be about 30% higher on average than those in the book, due to I think Peru s currently booming economy noted as the fasted growing in South America by a recent 12 08 or so issue of the Economist magazine This is certainly not the author s fault, but it is something readers should take into account when planning their trip Of course, I was only in the Sacred Valley, so prices may bein line with the book elsewhere in the country

  2. says:

    COME VISIT PERU One of the 5 oldest civilizations on planet earth A country that looks mora like a continet, plenty of new expiriences and facinating places to explore, discover and conquest with your 6 senses.PACK YOU BACKPACK AND FEEL IT

  3. says:

    Prices are ridiculously outdated, particularly for flights and hotels Otherwise, it contains a moderate amount of useful information I d recommend the Moon book over LonelyPlanet.

  4. says:

    Excellent travel guide included a great idea about how to access Machu Piccu via adventure travel, aka mountain biking in theand then hiking some of the less packed parts of the Inkan Trail It was helpful that shops had banners outside denoting they were recommended in Lonely Planet Yes, it s a book for gringos even my boyfriend in Peru knew I only read Lonely Planet because that s just what gringos do but the recommendations appear to be flawless Okay, now that I think about it, I Excellent travel guide included a great idea about how to access Machu Piccu via adventure travel, aka mountain biking in theand then hiking some of the less packed parts of the Inkan Trail It was helpful that shops had banners outside denoting they were recommended in Lonely Planet Yes, it s a book for gringos even my boyfriend in Peru knew I only read Lonely Planet because that s just what gringos do but the recommendations appear to be flawless Okay, now that I think about it, I take it back One hostal recommended in Puno was not at all what it was described in the guide the hostal was quite rundown but in the guide it was described as well taken care of And the guide needs to include at least one restaurant in Puno that it missed, but I think people can send in recommendations for the next edition, so that doesn t really count Anyway, I would say that overall, I was impressed with the recommendations and I ll definitely continue to use the series for my adventures in Mexico, Colombia, and Argentina

  5. says:

    2010.09.07 Used 2010 7th edition to plan Peru portion approx 1 week of our Fall 2010 South America trip Sections used Lake Titicaca, Cuzco the Sacred Valley This book probably contained the most inaccuracies out of all the Lonely Planet books we ve used We used it the same year it was published Some of the information about long distance buses for example, between Cuzco and Puno was incorrect Also, bits here and there, like the info for Huayna Picchu Book says first 200 in li 2010.09.07 Used 2010 7th edition to plan Peru portion approx 1 week of our Fall 2010 South America trip Sections used Lake Titicaca, Cuzco the Sacred Valley This book probably contained the most inaccuracies out of all the Lonely Planet books we ve used We used it the same year it was published Some of the information about long distance buses for example, between Cuzco and Puno was incorrect Also, bits here and there, like the info for Huayna Picchu Book says first 200 in line get 7am, next 200 get 10am not true, you get to pick your time Book says to go to registration desk in back of complex to sign up not true, we got our 7am 10am time stamps on the steps leading up to the main entrance to the site We expect the hours time information and prices to not always be right, but there were just too many other little things that were wrong as well Despite that, this is probably the best guidebook for planning it all out

  6. says:

    The prices are a little out of date, but so far it s been accurate in every other way Some good tips about money counterfeiting could have been included earlier in the book It s encompasses a lot, and it s extremely helpful It s organized really well It s helped us find some really cool places, that we maybe would have skipped otherwise The biggest price difference was the Nazca Lines overflights, which the book lists at around 35, but now you can t find any for less than 55 plus an addit The prices are a little out of date, but so far it s been accurate in every other way Some good tips about money counterfeiting could have been included earlier in the book It s encompasses a lot, and it s extremely helpful It s organized really well It s helped us find some really cool places, that we maybe would have skipped otherwise The biggest price difference was the Nazca Lines overflights, which the book lists at around 35, but now you can t find any for less than 55 plus an additional 6 airport tax per person I guess the reason is that it used to be a lotunregulated and cheaper until a plane crashed killed a few tourists After that the government shut down some of the cheapo ones and imposed safety regulations, forcing the price up After learning that, I can t really complain.I recommend this book for anyone going to Peru on any budget and for any amount of time

  7. says:

    When I was six, I lost a library copy of a Babysitters Club book during our family camping trip to Florida As a result, I refuse to take library books out of state, and so this one will be staying at my parents house during the trip But it was good and lighter than the Rough Guide and I sort of wish I was bringing it instead Best guide to Peru I found And everyone there was carrying it in one language or another.

  8. says:

    This rating is a bit tricky The book is an informative must have for travelers of Peru However, it is a difficult experience to study the book from an eReader Get the paperback and dog ear the pages

  9. says:

    We had the 2004 edition in 2007 There were problems Like the museum with Juanita the ice princess mummy had moved during the interim period Get the most up to date edition that you can.Otherwise, it was another competent Lonely Planet job, if not as irreverant as some others.

  10. says:

    Rough guide is much better.This guide has some different places to stay listed from the rough guide that s the only thing I would use it for In terms of sites to see detail and political historical context, rough guide is muchcomprehensive andleft of center.

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