Hi, my-blogmedia readers.Continuing the previous post, we are proudly present the top 10 cheapest places in the world for your trip or vacation. Here is number 9 place. Enjoy.
Peru offers some of the most rugged and diverse scenery in South America. Real shoestring travelers can get by on $25 a day, while $50 a day will put you up in midrange hotels with style and character.
You don't need to spend your time there. Instead, make a beeline for Cusco, a captivating colonial city high in the Andes. Though it's best known as the jumping-off point for Machu Picchu, don't overlook several other excursions that are closer to the city, like the remarkable ruins of Sacsayhuamán. If you plan on trekking to Machu Picchu, along the demanding — and sadly overcrowded — Inca Trail, you're now required to hire a guide. But you can also reach these haunting and majestic ruins via one of the most spectacular train rides on the continent.
The Amazon Basin presents a completely different face of Peru. Hostel bunks and jungle lodges are plentiful in gateway towns such as Iquitos, where boat tours reveal the diversity and wonder of the rain forest.