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  1. Fodor's Peru: Fodor's

    Hike to the terraces and temples of the Lost City of the Inca, wander through the rubble of an immense stone fortress, walk in the footsteps of the Inca on a four-day trek to Machu Picchu, ride up the Amazon from the mid-jungle city of Iquitos or peek over the rim of one of the deepest canyons in the world--Fodor's Peru offers all these experiences and more! Our local writers have traveled throughout the country to find the best hotels, restaurants, attractions and activities to prepare you for a journey of stunning variety. Before you leave for your trip be sure to pack your Fodor's guide to ensure you don't miss a thing.
    The San Francisco Chronicle sums it up best --Fodor's guides are saturated with information.
    - We frequently update our Peru guide, and we make every effort to bring you the most accurate and thorough book. Plus we provide timely updates about the area to Fodors.com.
    - Unlike other travel books, Fodor's guides rely heavily on local experts who know the territory best--so you know you're seeing the real Peru.
    - We give you the planning tools you need to tailor your trip. We give options for all budgets. You make the choices.
    With Fodor's you get much more than a guidebook-we make it easy for you to customize your dream vacation.
    Visit www.fodors.com to find up-to-date travel bargains, mini-guides to worldwide destinations, information on local festivals, dazzling drives, maps, vacation planning tips and much more!
    And, for more insider secrets, visit Travel Talk and Rants and Raves online at www.fodors.com/forums to get advice from other travelers like you.
  2. Footprint Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador - Ben Box

    The first-ever guide to these 3 incredible countries is back for it's 2nd edition. Fully revised and updated to provide you everything you need to know, whether you want to learn Spanish in Quito; follow in Darwin's footsteps in the Galapagos islands; trek the alternative Inca Trail; hurtle down the most dangerous road in the world or drive across the world's largest salt lake. Take off and discover something out of the ordinary.
  3. Frommer's Peru - Neil Edward Schlecht

    You'll never fall into the tourist traps when you travel with Frommer's. It's like having a friend show you around, taking you to the places locals like best. Our expert authors have already gone everywhere you might go--they've done the legwork for you, and they're not afraid to tell it like it is, saving you time and money. No other series offers candid reviews of so many hotels and restaurants in all price ranges. Every Frommer's Travel Guide is up-to-date, with exact prices for everything, dozens of color maps, and exciting coverage of sports, shopping, and nightlife. You'd be lost without us!n

    Frommer's Peru is the premier guide to the country, with complete coverage of Lima, the Southern Coast, Cusco, Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley of the Incas, the Amazon Basin, and more. You'll get candid reviews of the best hotels, restaurants, shopping, and nightlife, as well as the author's picks for the best travel experiences, including: flying over the Nasca Lines; hiking the Inca Trail; gazing upon Machu Picchu; floating on Lake Titicaca; watching the condors soar at Colca Canyon; plunging deep into the jungle of the Amazon; and more.

  4. Lonely Planet Peru - Sara Benson

    The World Travel Organization ranked Peru as fourth top emerging destination in the Americas, and in 2004, the highest percentage of visitors to Peru (22%) were from the U.S. This all-new revised edition, with more pages and new maps covering more off-the-beaten-track destinations, includes a special Inca World feature written by British explorer Hugh Thomson, who discovered the Cota Coca site in 2002, and has written two books on Incan civilization and history.
  5. Markawasi: Peru's Inexplicable Stone Forest - Kathy Doore

    Created for adventurers and armchair travelers alike, this photo narrative offers a true account of an ancient lost humanity of mysterious origin whose hidden legacy carved gigantic, towering stone monuments pointing to a message with predictions for the future. Through a perusal of the cultural, historical, and often magical lore associated with the ancient Peruvian mesa--woven into a tapestry of more than 400 dazzling images, illustrations, and walking maps--readers will come to understand the site's pivotal role as a repository of ancient knowledge. More than a traditional travel guide, this is a powerful handbook, facilitating the spiritual traveler intent upon achieving an intimate and transformational experience and showing how a simple change in one's perspective can open an entirely new chapter in the way human history is perceived. Contributions from a variety of archaeologists, journalists, scholars, and fellow travelers illuminate the deeper mysteries of Markawasi while a section of travel tips, a camping guide, and general advice on high-altitude travel offer hints for those interested in making the journey.
  6. Moon Peru - Ross Wehner

    Former residents of Peru, husband and wife Ross Wehner and Renee Del Gaudio offer an insider's view of Peru, from exploring the churches and artisan neighborhoods of Cusco to avoiding the crowds at Machu Picchu and picnicking on the wilderness beach of the Reserva Nacional Paracas. Wehner and Del Gaudio include unique trip ideas like Getting off the Gringo Trail, Archaeological Treasures, and 10 Days in Peru. Packed with information on dining, transportation, and accommodations, "Moon Peru" has lots of options for a range of travel budgets. Every Moon guidebook includes recommendations for must-see sights and many regional, area, and city-centered maps. Complete with details on trekking the Inca Trail, exploring the Amazon, and surfing in Lima, "Moon Peru" gives travelers the tools they need to create a more personal and memorable experience. With expert writers, first-rate strategic advice, and an essential dose of humor, Moon guidebooks are the cure for the common trip.
  7. Peru - Maryanne Blacker

    Whether you're trekking the ancient Inca Trail or getting to know the locals on a home stay in Cusco, Eyewitness Travel Guide: Peru provides insider tips every visitor needs, with comprehensive listings of the best hotels, restaurants and shops for all budgets. Fully illustrated and covering all the major areas from Lima and the Amazon Basin to Canyon Country and the Northern Desert, there are 3D cutaways and floor-plans of all the must-see sites -- including Lima's colonial San Francisco complex and world-famous Machu Picchu. Eyewitness Travel Guide: Peru explores the culture, history and architecture, not missing the best in entertainment, shopping, tours and scenic walks, in this unique and varied country.
  8. Viva Travel Guide to Peru: Exploring Machu Picchu, Cusco, the Inca Trail, Arequipa, Lake Titicaca, Lima &...

    Hundreds of days of on-the-road research by a team of Peru experts in addition to daily reports from travelers have yielded one of the most trustworthy guidebooks on Peru. New, updated editions are published every six months. (Foreign Travel)
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