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  • Northern Treasures
    Travel with us from Lima to the
    most important sites in Peru!
    See Chan Chan (Chimu Culture), than
    the Moon Pyramid, and do not miss
    the colonial flair of Trujillo and
    the treasures of the Lord of Sipan
    or the Lady of Cao.
  • Classic Destinations
    See the unique floating islands
    of the Uros on the famous lake Titicaca.
    Visit the town of Arequipa, from where
    you can easily get to one of the world's
    deepest canyons, the Colca
    Canyon, home of the majestic condor.
  • World Wonder
    Would travelling to Peru be the same
    without having seen Machu Picchu?
    Of course not! So, see it with your
    own eyes! Afterwards a train brings you
    to Cusco, once navel of the Inca Empire,
    whose former glory is still reflected
    in the old buildings.
  • Amazonas Rainforest
    Have you known that the Peruvian Rainforest
    covers more than 60% of the country?
    Endless numbers of plants and animals wait
    being discovered by you.
    Enjoy nature during special excursions
    and relax in your comfortable lodge.

TRAVEL INFORMATION

Languages in Peru

Spanish, Quechua, Aymara

Official languages in Peru are Spanish, which is called “Castellano“ in South America. Castellano is sometimes a bit different from Spanish because there are certain developments in each of those languages if it comes to the pronouncation and grammar. Quechua is spoken by most of the indiginous people of the country, also called Quechua who mostly live in the Andean Mountains. The Aymara language can be found in the Southern part of Peru close to the Titicaca Lake; it is different from Quechua also it has here and there influenced the Aymara language.
English is spoken in some touristic parts, in good hotels and at the airport.
You do not need to speak Castellano if you book a tour with us. In groups of 5 persons or more an English speaking tour guide will accompany you, in smaller groups less than 5 persons we will take care that local guides greet you at each destiny. Anyway, it is recommendable to learn some Spanish word before travelling, just for a little conversation with some local people. You will see how they appreciate the smallest effort talking to them in Spanish. Give it a try and don't be shy!

Little Dictionary    
  Hello: ...  Hola    
  Good Morning:  ...buenos días    
  Good Night:  ... buenas noches    
  Good Bye: ... adiós    
  Excuse me!:   ... perdón!    
  Thanks:   ... gracias    
  Thank you very much!:   ... Muchas gracias!    
  do you speak English?:   ... hablas inglés?    
  I don't understand   ... no entiendo    
  How much is it?: ... ¿Cuanto vale?    
  one, two, three:. ..  uno, dos, tres    
  Where is...?:  ... ¿Dónde está...?    
  ... a restaurant? ... un restaurante    
  ... the bathroom: ... el baño    
  ... a doctor: .... un médico    
  When? : .... ¿Cuándo?    
  I would like to pay: .... Quiero pagar    
  Open:   Abierto    
  Closed:   Cerrado    
  The menu please!:   El menú, por favor!    
  I would like a coffee, please:   Un café, por favor    
  I would like the menu::  me gustaría pedir el menú
   
  Breakfast:   Desayuno    
  Lunch:   Almuerzo    
  Dinner:   Cena    
  Check please!:  La cuenta, por favor!