The Rough Guide to Peru

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Rough Guides, 2003 - Travel - 622 pages
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The Rough Guide to Peru is the ultimate guide to one of the most thrilling countries in South America. It includes comprehensive coverage of Peru''s great sights from the soaring Inca citadel of Machu Picchu to the high altitude Central Railway. There are incisive reviews of all the best places to stay, eat and drink, plus the lowdown on some of the liveliest nightlife in the Americas. Throughout the guide practical advice is given on a range of activities, including rafting and trekking in the Amazon jungle.
 

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Lacks the depth of a guide book like Frommers or Rick Steve's, but still a very competent look at Peru Read full review

Contents

Getting there
11
Red tape and visas
17
Health
23
Information and maps
27
Getting around
29
Accommodation
36
post phones and Internet
40
The media
42
PACIFIC
224
BOLIVIA
233
Arequipa Puno and Lake
237
Huaraz and
289
O The Central Sierra 331359
331
G Trujillo
361
The historical framework
527
Inca life and achievement
549

Travellers with disabilities
48
Opening hours public holidays and festivals
53
National parks and preserves
55
Contents 0 The Central Sierra
60
tour of Peru The introduction aims to eat and drink and details
70
Shopping and supplies
96
The Lima Coast
104
into
110
Nazca and
193
O J X
209
Ancient wizardry in modern Peru
555
Wildlife and ecology
572
Indigenous rights and the destruction
584
Perus white gold
591
Books
597
Pronunciation
605
Glossary of Peruvian terms
611
Twenty years of Rough Guides
619
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Dilwyn Jenkins was Executive Director at the Powys Energy Agency between 2000 and 2004 and presently works from Wales as a consultant and writer on environmental issues, mainly related to energy, rainforest conservation, community development and cultural travel.

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