2 Week Peru Itinerary at a Glance
You can venture to the birthplace of the Inca Empire on your two-week expedition to Peru. During your time in Peru, you will experience the very best of the country’s culture, history, and culinary delights. The country’s bustling city life and tasty ceviche will certainly provide you with an excellent introduction. You can traverse the mystical Sacred Valley and stop at remnants of the Inca Empire en route to Machu Picchu and set out on an awe-inspiring Amazon Rainforest adventure.
Lima is Peru's capital city. The Pacific Ocean is located along the west coast.
Machu Picchu is coveted as a masterpiece of the grand Inca Empire and is located in the Andes Mountains.
Amazon Rainforest is located in the far east region of Peru and includes famous parks, such as Manu National Park and Tambopata.
Temperatures in Peru are fairly mild year-round. Coastal weather is mild and is marked by a dry and warm climate. Weather in the Andean region is marked by warm days and significantly cooler nights. The rainy season lasts from November through March. The weather in the Amazon Rainforest is consistent with a jungle-like atmosphere: it is hot and humid with frequent rainfall.
Peru has a population of about 33 million people.
Roman Catholicism is the primary religion of Peru.
Spanish is the official language of Peru and is spoken in all major cities. Aymara and Quechua are the indigenous languages of Peru and are spoken mostly in rural parts of the country.
The official currency of Peru is the Peruvian Sol.