We have been seeing incredible fares to South America lately, like the Washington DC to Lima fare a few weeks back. For less than the price of a cross-country fare, you can fly to another continent for just $239 roundtrip including taxes this fall.
This fare from Los Angeles International Airport to Lima, Peru easily saves $500 on the regular cost of this route. The deal is available for daily departures September-November, including availability over Thanksgiving. All of the flights have a short stop in El Salvador, making the travel time only 2 hours longer than nonstop flight. This isn’t so bad considering the best nonstop fare is about $800!
Click the link below to search for the best dates to travel using Fly.com’s Low Fare Calendar:
This deal will not last, it’s likely a pricing mistake by the airline. Our fare experts predict it might be gone in as little as a few hours, so book ASAP.
Booking on Fly.com is really simple, but here are some screenshots so you know what to look for:
We posted a deal a few weeks back to Peru, so I will include the relevant information below about the major attractions in the region:
“Peru is home to ancient ruins, lush rainforest and tons of historical sites. Here are just two of the top spots:
- Machu Picchu – Referred to as “The Lost City of the Incas,” Machu Picchu is believed to have been constructed in the 15th-century as a palace for an Incan emperor. It is located on the side of a mountain and is probably the most well-known site in Peru. UNESCO has some great photos and a detailed description of Machu Picchu.
- Nazca Lines – A collection of about 300 drawings in the desert floor that can best be seen from above, the Nazca Lines were said to be made in the 1st century and have been preserved due to the dry climate in the area. The Peru Cultural Society has some fantastic images and more information on the Nazca Lines, including directions from Lima.”
For more information and pictures, check out Maria’s post on her trip to Peru. Who is booking this trip? What attractions will you check out?