Peru Travel Guide
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At 1’285,220 sq. Km, Peru is the third-largest country in South America, it limits to the north with Ecuador, to the northeast with Colombia, to the east with Brazil, to the southeast with Bolivia, to the south with Chile and to the west with the Pacific Ocean. The marine domain is called Sea of Grau (in honor of a Peruvian Hero Admiral Miguel Grau), reaches a distance of 200 marine miles from the coastline.
Peru offer you destinations in coast, Andean mountains and Amazon Basin.
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Peru Travel Guides
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Location: Peruvian Andean area
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Location: South Coast of Peru
Peru Travel Guide in Go2Peru offers all manner of tourist information on Peru. There are maps and photo galleries, as well as information about protected natural areas and World Heritage Sites. Also offers all you need to experience the magic of Peru .
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The official language of Peru is the Spanish, and in the areas where prevail are also the Quechua, Aymara and other aboriginal languages. English is a language that many people linked to the tourism sector dominate, and the tourist operators dominate other foreign languages, as German, French, Italian, Japanese, etc.
As part of its rich cultural tradition, Peru features many different languages. Although Spanish is commonly spoken across the country, Quechua is a major legacy of the Inca empire, and is still spoken with regional dialects in many parts of Peru.
In addition, other languages are spoken such as Aymara (in Puno) and a startling variety of dialects in the Amazon jungle, which are divided up into 15 linguistic families and 43 different languages.
The hour in Peru is -5 GMT (UT)
In the whole Peruvian territory rules the same hour, without hour change in any time of the year. Lima, capital of Peru, is located in 77 07′ W, 12 04′ S.
- Summer in Peru: December 22nd. to March 21st.
- Autumn in Peru: March 22nd. to June 21st.
- Winter in Peru: June 22nd. to September 22nd.
- Spring in Peru: September 23rd. to December 21st.