Vacation Rentals in Peru

Vacation Rentals in Peru

Vacation rentals in Peru

Splendid rental locations in Peru

Organize your next trip to the stunning country of Peru. Officially known as the Republic of Peru, you will find this country in the western part of South America. The country borders Ecuador and Colombia to the north, Brazil to its east side, Bolivia on the southeast and Chile on the south. Peru is also right on the Pacific coast, allowing you to enjoy warm beaches as well during your vacation. If you are looking for spectacular natural landscapes, look no further as Peru has a diverse habitat. From the plains of the Pacific coastal region, the peaks of the Andes mountain, the tropical Amazon Basin rainforest and its river, you will have plenty of lands to discover. If you are looking to stay in the capital city, then you will want to head to Lima, also known to be the largest city of Peru.

Vacation Rentals in Peru

You will be able to find all types of rental properties while visiting Peru. Whether you wish to be located in the middle of the mountains, closer to the beach on the Pacific coast or in the middle of the bustling city life, you will surely find the perfect fit. Imagine waking up in the morning to the sound of the waves crashing against the shores right outside your window. Spend your afternoon diving in your private pool or having a delicious lunch with your family on the porch. Enjoy the skylines at night while sipping on a pisco sour on your balcony. These are just some of the opportunities you could be having in Peru.

Vacations in Peru

The area and getting around

Peru is the third-largest country in South America, this makes it easy for you to travel to and within the country. If you want to travel Peru by bus, you will find that Peru Hop and Cruz del Sur are the main bus lines with routes to all the major cities in the country. On the other hand, if you want to travel by train, you will find a few train lines that have routes in Peru, however, the main one is the Southern Network. Lastly, if you are making your trip to Peru by plane, you will want to look at the Lima Airport or the Cusco Airport, both provide commercial flights with national and international routes.

Where to eat in Peru

Many people would claim that Peru has one of the best and most unique cuisines in the world. You will be able to find out yourself by trying out one of the many restaurants that this country has available for you. Check out Astrid y Gaston for an upscale dining experience. This restaurant is run by chef Gaston Acurio and is internationally renowned for its range of flavors. The most loved dish on his menu is the Peking guinea pig which he makes with a French twist. On the other hand, if you want to have a more local dining experience, head to Cicciolina. Here you will be served with traditional Andean cuisine and dishes filled with fresh vegetables and herbs and locally sourced ingredients.

Travelers and activities

Peru for outdoor explorers

Peru is filled with stunning natural landscapes to enjoy, whether you want to go hiking or swimming there are plenty of outdoor adventures to find. One of the best hiking experiences you could have in Peru is hiking the Inca Trail. This trail will lead you up to the Machu Picchi, an ancient town that was so high up in the mountain it escaped the destruction by the Spanish conquistadors. Another great outdoor adventure can be found at the Urubamba River near Ollantaytambo. Here you will be able to go rafting in challenging waters with Class II, III, and IV-plus rapids.

Peru for family activities

Enjoy your vacation in Peru with the entire family with these activities. If you are looking for unusual but kid-friendly activity, try taking a llama to the pastor while in Peru. You will find various tours which will allow you to join a local herdsman for a gentle walk accompanied by llamas, stopping for a picnic and then grazing pastures with the local animals. Another fun activity will be found in the Sacred Valley. Here you will be able to hike, go rafting, as well as admire beautiful views of the valley.

Did you know that there are three official languages of Peru: Spanish, Quechua and Amaya?

Top 5 travel tips for Peru

1. Explore the Amazon

Take a hike to Carhuasanta to discover the flora and fauna of the country. Here you will discover a diverse habitat in the Manu National Park with more than 1,000 birds and over 200 mammal species.

2.Have a taste of Cuy

Try out one of the most typical dishes in Peru. You will typically find this in the highland towns like Cusco and the Urubamba valley, however, avoid the popular areas to have an authentic experience.

3. Go birdwatching

Peru is filled with bird species but the Condor has its legacy. Head to the Cruz del Cond or viewpoint to have a scenic view of these majestic birds flying in flocks through the air.

4.Nazca Lines

If you are looking for a mysterious place, this is where you will find it. These drawings of people and animals etched onto the landscape of the coastal desert have yet to be known where they come from.

5.Inti Raymi Festival

Experience a local festival while in Peru. This festival has been celebrated for over 500 years, since the Inca period, and it's the most colorful and spectacular celebration of the country.

FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Peru

On average, how much do vacation rentals in Peru cost?

Peru is one of the cheapest countries in South America. An overnight stay there costs on average $108 per night.

When are vacation rentals cheaper in Peru?

]If you would like to get the most out of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Peru are November ($82 the average per night for accommodation), February ($104), and April ($104).

During which months are vacation rentals more expensive in Peru?

Last year, the month that had the highest annual average in Peru was June, with an average price of $119 per night. This was followed by September, with an average of $116, and then August, with $115.

Do I need to plan a trip to Peru well in advance?

To travel to Peru, it is not necessary to be organized far in advance. It has a high annual average availability of 60%, which means you can be more flexible when planning.

What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?

February, March and September are, in order of highest to lowest, the months that have the largest number of accommodations available, with an average availability of 65%, 64%, and 64%.

When are fewer rentals available in Peru?

Vacation rentals in Peru reach their peak in demand in January, with an availability rate of 52%. The second most requested month is December, with 54%, and the third is November with 57%. However, even during the months with the least availability the average is 54%. It will therefore be trouble-free to find your dream rental no matter the time of year.

How many rentals does Holidu have in Peru?

Holidu offers around 6,900 properties in Peru from 6 different providers, so find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We've got you covered!

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