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Fifth Edition, December 2017
Pages: 500

Print
Price: $24.99 USD
ISBN: 9781631216374

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Price: $15.99 USD
ISBN: 9781631216381

Moon Peru

Once the ancient empire of the Inca, Peru still draws visitors with its blend of mystery, lively culture, and beautiful rugged landscape. Explore with Moon Peru.

What You’ll Find in Moon Peru:

  • Expert, local author Ryan Dubé shares his perspective on his home country
  • Full-color guidebook with vibrant, helpful photos
  • Detailed directions and maps for exploring on your own
  • Strategic itineraries, such as The Best of Peru, From the Inca to the Amazon, Archaeology Intensive, and 48 Hours in Lima
  • In-depth coverage for Lima, The Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Cusco, Lake Titicaca and Canyon Country, The Amazon, Nasca and the Desert Coast, The Central Highlands, Huaraz and the Cordillera Blanca, Trujillo and the North Coast, and Cajamarca and the Northern Highlands
  • Activities and ideas for every traveler: Wander the cobblestone streets of Cusco, marveling at the Spanish churches built atop massive Inca walls. Try alpaca steaks and sweet corn, or heaping bowls of ceviche. Explore the mystery of the Nazca Lines, or float down the Amazon. Trek (or train) into the cloud forests of the Peruvian mountains to see one of the world’s great wonders: the stone city of Machu Picchu
  • Accurate information, including background on the landscape, history, and culture
  • Handy tools such as travel tips and safety information in an easy to navigate format, all packaged in a book light enough to fit in your daypack

With Moon Peru‘s practical tips, myriad activities, and an insider’s view on the best things to do and see, you can plan your trip your way.

Ryan Dubé

Ryan Dubé first arrived in Peru more than a decade ago, as an exchange student in Lima. He was captivated by the country’s diversity and history and charmed by the kindness of its people. After completing his degree in Latin American studies and anthropology, Ryan returned to Lima where he now lives with his wife, Tatiana, and their son, Ticiano.

Using Lima as his base, Ryan has traveled throughout Peru—both its most famous sites and lesser-known attractions. He has hiked the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, explored the islands on Lake Titicaca, and slept under the stars in the Amazon. He has traveled to Chincha and El Carmen, the home of an annual Afro-Peruvian music festival, and Pozuzo, a remote village in the high jungle.

Ryan currently works as a journalist, specializing in economics, business, and politics. His articles have been published in The Wall Street Journal, The Globe & Mail, and BNamericas, among others.