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There is no dress code in Peru but in general the people in Peru dress well. The older men wear nice pants and a pressed shirt while the older women wear dresses. You will get by in Peru as long as you have pants and a shirt.

Do not go shirtless. If you dress casually in jeans and a t-shirt, the locals may have less respect for you, but there are no serious or lasting repercussions.

Because temperatures can vary throughout the day, wearing several layers of clothing is always a good idea.









Cultural Crossroads Tours of Peru at a Glance

  • Gourmet Fusion in Peru

    For eleven days delve into the cultural heart of Peru via a hands-on exploration of its world-class gastronomy and rich cultural traditions. From Lima to the Sacred Valley, we meet organic farmers, cook with distinguished chefs, visit art collectors and spend time with local friends who invite us into their homes and their lives, offering us extraordinary access rarely granted to foreign visitors. Whether this is your first time to Peru or your fifth, the journey to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu is compelling. An overnight stay below the site at one of South Americaís most stunning eco-lodges allows us to savor our experience with time to reflect upon Machu Picchuís visual grandeur, rich history and mysterious allure. An extension to Puerto Maldonado is recommended for those with an appetite to experience the brash, natural world of the Amazon. Our lodging is at the upscale, eco-friendly Reserva Amazonica. A twilight boat ride, a suspended canopy walk, a two-mile hike to Lake Sandoval, highly trained naturalist guides and great food make our jungle experience second to none. Fly to Arequipa to explore Peruís ďwhite cityĒ with its stunning views of 19,000-foot volcano Misti, which towers over this pretty colonial town. From here, Colca Canyon is within easy reach. Witness the majesty of giant condors soaring on thermal currents and hike along ancient Inca routes between rural villages while nestled in rustic, charming lodging near the canyon.




 







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