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- Paracas Hotels price from 122 US$
- Piura Hotels price from 37 US$
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- Mancora Hotels price from 77 US$
- Pucallpa Hotels price from 55 US$
- Cajamarca Hotels price from 33 US$
- Zorritos Hotels price from 55 US$
- Colca Hotels price from 72 US$
- Nazca Hotels price from 39 US$
- Pisac Hotels price from 43 US$
- Chincha Alta Hotels price from 41 US$
- Juliaca Hotels price from 37 US$
- Talara Hotels price from 52 US$
- Tarma Hotels price from 49 US$
Peru, officially the Republic of Peru, is a country in western South America. It is bordered in the north by Ecuador and Colombia, in the east by Brazil, in the southeast by Bolivia, in the south by Chile, and in the west by the Pacific Ocean.
Most Peruvian rivers originate in the peaks of the Andes and drain into one of three basins. Those that drain toward the Pacific Ocean are steep and short, flowing only intermittently. Tributaries of the Amazon River are longer, have a much larger flow, and are less steep once they exit the sierra. Rivers that drain into Lake Titicaca are generally short and have a large flow.
Peru does not have an exclusively tropical climate; the influence of the Andes and the Humboldt Current cause great climatic diversity within the country. The costa has moderate temperatures, low precipitations, and high humidity, except for its warmer, wetter northern reaches.
Spanish, the first language of 83.9% of Peruvians aged five and older in 2007, is the primary language of the country. It coexists with several indigenous languages, the most common of which is Quechua, spoken by 13.2% of the population. Other native and foreign languages were spoken at that time by 2.7% and 0.1% of Peruvians, respectively.
Peru is divided into 25 regions and the province of Lima. Each region has an elected government composed of a president and council that serve four-year terms. These governments plan regional development, execute public investment projects, promote economic activities, and manage public property. The province of Lima is administered by a city council.