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33 Peru Vacation Rentals were found matching your criteria. These vacation rentals are presented by their owners or managers. Please click on the photos or links below, then contact them directly with your inquiries. Use the search criteria box on the left of the page to refine your search within Peru.
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2 bedroom Vacation Rental Apartment in Miraflores
Apartment: 2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom, Sleeps 3
Location: Miraflores, Lima, Peru
Description: Charming, elegantly furnished 2 bedroom apartment in a scenic Miraflores street. 1 short block away from the lighthouse (“el Faro”) and the award w... Learn More
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$60 - $70 night
$420 - $490 week


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3 bedroom Vacation Rental Apartment in Miraflores - Beach Front
Apartment: 3 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom, Sleeps 6
Location: Miraflores, Lima, Peru
Description: 7 blocks from Parque del Amor, supermarket, Parque Kennedy and LarcoMar. Everything within safe walking distance. The apartment located on the 16 f... Learn More
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$90 - $90 night
$600 - $600 week


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3 bedroom Vacation Rental Apartment in Miraflores
Apartment: 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bathroom, Sleeps 6
Location: Miraflores, Lima, Peru
Description: Brand new Apt. on the 4th floor with 3 BR, 2.5 BA, and a balcony. Located on Enrique Palacios 2 blocks from Av Jose Pardo. Few blocks from Kennedy ... Learn More
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$60 - $80 night
$420 - $560 week


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1 bedroom Vacation Rental Apartment in Barranco - Ocean View
Apartment: 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 3
Location: Barranco, Lima, Peru
Description: nice apartament in the historic distric of barranco beside miraflores neighborhood, quite new, very quite, with plenty private and public transpor... Learn More
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$65 - $65 night
$450 - $450 week


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4 bedroom Vacation Rental Home in Miraflores - Ocean Front
Home: 4 Bedroom, 3.5 Bathroom, Sleeps 7
Location: Miraflores, Lima, Peru
Description: If the ocean is what you desire, it feels like you can reach out and touch it.... Simply BREATH and TAKE IN THE VIEWS; WOW! This wonderful three l... Learn More
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$150 - $180 night
$1100 - $1400 week


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1 bedroom Vacation Rental Apartment in Miraflores
Apartment: 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 2
Location: Miraflores, Lima, Peru
Description: nice apartament ,quite new,very quiet apt, public and taxis transportation very available, near larcomar shopping center, hilton and marriot hotel.... Learn More
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$65 - $65 night
$450 - $450 week


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2 bedroom Vacation Rental Condo in Miraflores - Ocean View
Condo: 2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom, Sleeps 4
Location: Miraflores, Lima, Peru
Description: Cozy Apartment ,Beautiful Apartment with 72 m2 (775.00 ft2), located in one of the best areas of Miraflores district, at the 8th floor. This condo ... Learn More
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$550 - $550 week


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4 bedroom Vacation Rental Apartment in Miraflores
Apartment: 4 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom, Sleeps 6
Location: Miraflores, Lima, Peru
Description: Beautiful new luxure apartment of 130m2 located at calle manco capac 690 miraflores. (2blocks from ave larco and 5blocks from larco mar and the oc... Learn More
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$85 - $95 night
$500 - $500 week


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Here's Helpful Info on the Weather--Then Check Out Our Peru Vacation Rentals


What clothes to pack, or how's the weather?

Certainly, one of the most important questions a traveler has about any destination is weather. In some ways, that's even more true for those staying in vacation rentals. Since airlines are charging for bags now, and since you'll have access to a washer and a drier, you don't want to take any more clothes than you need.

Let's start with Lima: it rarely, if ever, rains. And even though it's just a bit south of the equator, the weather is remarkably temperate. It is humid, however, and the city is often shrouded in fog or covered in clouds. Temperatures in January range from 60 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit, while in July they're from 60 to 70 degrees. Lima's on the ocean and in a desert, so pack a light jacket and you should be fine as far as outerwear is concerned (which often takes up the most room in a suitcase).

As far as the rest of Peru is concerned, it all depends on where you're going. Peru has three climate zones. The tropical jungle to the east will be hot, you've just read about the arid coastal region (Lima), and finally there are the Andes and highlands that cut through the middle of the country, where weather patterns are impacted by elevation. The higher you are, the cooler it gets. Peru basically has two seasons: wet and dry. June through August are the driest months, while the wettest months are December through March, though keep in mind that on the arid coast, it doesn't rain all that much, while in the rainforest it ... well, rains. Think Florida--it rains for a few hours then everything clears off.

Peru is a long coastal country (though not as long as Chile), so keep in mind that the further south you go, the cooler it will get (you're moving away from the equator as you go south). If you're really into meteorology, then pay attention to El Nino, a weather pattern which happens every seven years or so. Without getting too technical, the rising temperature of the Pacific Ocean's surface can cause heavier rains and floods in coastal areas, while causing drier conditions in tropical areas. Look for a La Nina weather pattern immediately after an El Nino--a La Nina can actually make matters worse.
 

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