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Find here tourist information for travelers that are coming to Cusco and Peru.

By far the easiest way to travel between Lima and Cusco is to fly. There are 6 or 7 flights per day, and the flight time is about 50 minutes. The alternative is a long, twisting bus journey through desert and mountains which takes between 19 and 24 hours depending on the service !! (and that’s without delays).

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here you will find travel information for visitors to peru, so take your time to read this information will help you to have a great vacations to peru and cusco. questions concerning flight tickets, bus companies, weather and more!!

What is te best way to get Cusco from Lima?
By far the easiest way to travel between Lima and Cusco is to fly. There are 6 or 7 flights per day, and the flight time is about 50 minutes. The alternative is a long, twisting bus journey through desert and mountains which takes between 19 and 24 hours depending on the service !! (and that’s without delays).

Domestic flights: There are several airlines operating the route between Lima and Cusco. The most reliable and professional companies are TACA and Aerocondor, Peruvian Airlines.

Aerocondor: Tours and flights over the Nasca lines. Package deals from Lima. Started to operate other domestic routes such as Lima – Cusco in 2005. Peruvian owned, cheaper flights  than Lan and TACA. No accidents.

Taca: Airline from Costa Rica. Operates international flights as well as one daily domestic flight each way between Lima and Cusco. Good safety record Recommended, but not reccomended for rainny season.

Star Peru: Peruvian company with 2 flights per day between Lima and Cusco. This is a Peruvian company with a fleet of 7 Boeing 737-200s (bought from United Airlines). Flights can be booked and paid for online, however their website is only in Spanish. Together with Aero Condor they offer a budget alternative to LAN and TACA. No accidents that I have heard of so far!

Peruvian Airlines Peruvian company, one of the recent airlines to enter in the market, it started with only 2 flights per day and growing up comertial service between Lima and Cusco. Flights can be booked and paid for online, however their website is only in Spanish. Together with AeroCondor they offer a budget alternative to Lan and the other operators. No accidents that I have heard of so far!

Peruvian Airlines: Peruvian company, one of the recent airlines to enter in the market, it started with only 2 flights per day and growing up comertial service between Lima and Cusco. Flights can be booked and paid for online, however their website is only in Spanish. Together with AeroCondor they offer a budget alternative to Lan and the other operators. No accidents that I have heard of so far!

Latam: It is a Chilean owned airline operating domestic flights in Peru, has many flight. make sure they won´t change your flight schedule..

Bus Companies: I f you decide to take the bus from Lima to Cusco there are many bus companies offering daily services. However it is highly recommended to pay a bit extra and going with a more professional company such as Cruz del Sur or Ormeño.

Cruz del Sur: Good quality buses with a good safety record. Website in English with the facility to reserve and pay online. Can also be booked a day in advance upon arrival in Peru.  Recommended. Lima to Cusco between 18 and 20 hours depending on servic.

Ormeño: Website in Spanish only with no facility to pay online. Can be booked in Peru a day in advance. Lima to Cusco 24 hours bus drive.

When is the best time to come to Peru?
The high season is between June and September with July and August being the busiest months. This is because this is the dry season in the sierra and jungle regions (Cusco, Lake Titicaca, Amazon jungle) and also because this period coincides with summer holidays in Europe and North America, Canada etc. However since Peru is in the Southern Hemisphere it is also our Winter so the nights can be cold in the Cusco region, often falling to freezing in July and August.

Trekking Tours & Cusco Weather

The high season is between June and September with July and August being the busiest months. This is because this is the dry season in the sierra and jungle regions (Cusco, Lake Titicaca, Amazon jungle) and also because this period coincides with summer holidays in Europe and North America, Canada etc. However since Peru is in the Southern Hemisphere it is also our Winter so the nights can be cold in the Cusco region, often falling to freezing in July and August.

May, June, July & August: This is the dry season with little chance of rain. During the day you can expect blue skies pretty much of the time. Since we are close to the equator and very high up, the sun can be very strong so always bring sun protection cream, a hat and sunglasses. It is comfortable to trek in shorts and t-shirt. However when the sun goes in it can get cold very quickly so always have a warm sweater, fleece and long pants close at hand. you also need a good 4-season sleeping bag at night and a warm jacket, woolly hat and scarf.

September and October, November: Some years the rains can start as early as September. However usually we just get a couple of heavy showers each week and the rest of the time it is sunny or overcast. The rain just lasts for a couple of hours and dries up pretty quick. A plastic rain poncho is recommended. The nights milder and a 3-season sleeping bag is usually sufficient on the Inca Trail.

December, January, February, And March: The wet season usually starts around fist week of December and can last until the end of March. January and February are at the height of the wet season. During these months you can expect rain on 2 out of the 4 days of the Inca Trail. Although downpours can be heavy during this period they rarely last for more than a few hours and then the sun comes out. Being in the Southern Hemisphere this is also the summer in Peru. The sun can be very strong and soon dries up the rain. The nights are fairly mild. Bring good waterproof clothing, pack your sleeping bag within several plastic bags, bring sun protection cream and a good hat. In fact prepare for just about all four seasons in one day!! Cusco is generally quieter during these months with hotels prices dropping a little. You can find rooms in most hotels upon arrival in Cusco. The maximum limit of trekkers on the Inca Trail is normally still reached during November, December and March so it is still important to book in advance although 2 months in advance is sufficient. The limit on trekkers is only met on about half of the days in January so if you are flexible about your Inca Trail departure date you could risk waiting to book your trek 4 or 5 days in advance (although not with Peru Treks). The Inca Trail is closed throughout February to allow for maintenance, conservation projects etc. In fact the Peru Treks office is closed from 01 February to about the 25 February as we all take a holiday to the sunny beaches of north Peru and escapes the rains. aroud mid april ends the rainni season , the may is sunny all day long, but cold at night, we can say is good season to came.

April: Around mid April ends the rainy season , the may is sunny all day long, but cold at night, we can say is good season to came

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