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    We just headed down to Bolivia by train, and it was worth it just to experience La Paz. However, Frommers have a good page on some other highlights: http://www.frommers.com/destinations/peru/0814026233.html almost 5 years ago

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    I'm goign dwon to Peru in a few days. Found good information and some tours in this page http://www.hotels-arequipa.com/. I also going to see the Nazca lines, cheap and its worth to see. over 4 years ago

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    The city of Nasca really worth a visit. Besides the Nazca lines there are a huge sand dune, I think the highest sand dune in the world. Do a sandboarding day tour. Just amazing place. over 4 years ago

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    for the most beautiful mountains and indigenous culture, head up to the callejon de huaylas in the dept. of ancash, city of huaraz! beautiful. over 4 years ago

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    Agree with Kate (above). Gorgeous scenery. Afterwards, take a bus to Chiclayo and then another bus inland to Chachapoyas to visit the huge site of Kuelap. over 3 years ago

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    I loved the floating islands on Lake Titicaca!!! Near Puno. Very cool!!! over 3 years ago

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    I lived in Arequipa for over a year! It is a cool city too! Great artisan work. Awesome restaurants at night! over 3 years ago

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    I spent two nights in the jungle near Lake Sandoval in a tourist lodge and it was great! I am over 60 and enjoyed every minute with guides and night walks and boat trips - I have never seen sunsets like this. The nearest airport is Puerto Maldonado over 3 years ago

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    Inotawa lodge in the amazon basin. They take you on hikes, to a parrot clay lick, and caiman-hunting (you just look for them, no actual hunting/harming) over 3 years ago

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    http://www.peru.travel/en/what-to-do-2

    Look here what to do
    Where yo go

    Have a lot of links so must take your time about 3 years ago

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    We loved the Amazon jungle. We flew into Lima, then Iquitos, and then took a speed boat on the Amazon River for ~2hrs to get to our lodge. There are many lodges closer by, but we felt if we were going to the jungle, we want a more authentic (not touristy) neighborhood and see the virgin forest. If you are interested, our trip reports are here:
    - Iquitos and the Belen Market: http://bit.ly/qpwLs0
    - Surviving the Amazon Jungle: http://bit.ly/oFvTcS almost 3 years ago

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