Cheap flights to Peru
When you think of Peru, you think of the sprawling rainforests and hidden jungle temples of the Inca Trail and Machu Picchu. But Peru is much more than a one hit natural wonder. Not far from the obvious highlights you will find cobblestone streets in Cusco, the world’s largest high-altitude lake in Lake Titicaca, and a city surrounded by volcanoes in Arequipa. Student Flights can help you make your travel pit stop in Peru with our cheap and convenient flights. Plus, if you’re under 26, a student or teacher, you could save even more on your airfares to Peru with our Black Market Flights.
Flying from Australia to Peru will land you at Lima’s Jorge Chavez International Airport (LIM). To get from the airport to your accommodation and the city centre, a range of public transport and taxis will be waiting. For advice on shuttle services and private transfers, speak with your Student Flights consultant.
Flights out of Sydney and Brisbane will generally use Santiago in Chile as an entry point to South America with connecting flights to Lima in Peru. The total flight time of this journey is under 18 hours. Departure from other capital cities will connect through New Zealand and the United States with a flight time of about 24 hours. During the flight, airlines will provide drinks and a meal as well as various in-flight entertainment. For specific services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Peru
Major airlines that fly from Australia to Peru:
Peru Holiday Packages
Peru offers a smorgasbord of opportunities for adventure and exploration. Our Student Flights consultants can make sure you don’t miss a thing while getting the cheapest prices on flights, accommodations and tours with our Peru holiday packages. Ask us how you can bundle all your travel needs and save.
The capital city of Peru is Lima, which sits on the Pacific Ocean. Peru is world famous with adventurous travellers for its hikes and ancient ruins around Machu Picchu, with surfers for its coastline of perfect waves, and with nature and wildlife enthusiasts for the Andean peaks, bone-dry deserts and Amazon rainforest. Foodies can experiment with aji de gallina - a traditional chicken and walnut stew or cuy al horno, also known as roasted guinea pig, and wash it down with a pisco sour - the national drink of grape brandy.
To learn more, check out our guide to Peru. Or call or visit our Student Flights Centre consultants in-store for the latest information on cheap flights and packages.