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When To Go

The Southern Peruvian Andes do not see a lot of weather and climate variation, so visitors are able to visit any time of year. In June and July, the daily lows drop to about 4ºC (39ºF). The rest of the year the highs hover between 23-27ºC (73-81ºF) and the lows are about 10ºC (50ºF). The high season coincides with the coolest weather, so come during the low season to experience warmer weather and fewer crowds. September to March mark the rainy season, with January-March seeing the most precipitation. During these months, flooding may impact transportation schedules.

Here are some related tips to help plan your trip to Southern Peruvian Andes : Safety and Highlights.








27 Dec 2011




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