|Taxi 1hour Waiting||$9.08|
|One-way ticket (local transport)||$0.54|
|Water bottle (1.5 liter)||$0.91|
|Apartment (3 bedrooms) in city centre||$837.16|
|Local draught beer||$1.79|
|1 Summer dress in a chain store||$46.87|
Book your cheap flights to Arequipa to experience 'The White City,' of Peru, as well as a UNESCO Human Heritage city. Not only is it the second most populated city in Peru, but it's also an extremely charming colonial city, with lots of culture, history as well as exciting outdoor activities. So whether you're fascinated by colonial style churches or you simply want to experience one of the deepest canyons on earth, Arequipa is a city with a lot to see and do. For flights to Arequipa and hotels in Arequipa, Flighthub offers the cheapest flights to Arequipa, and an excellent value for your money.
With your airline tickets to Arequipa , come and take in the Plaza de Armas, the main center of town, and a fascinating tourist area. Come and view the beautiful white stone buildings, dating back to the 1800's and enjoy some delicious food at one of the many restaurants or cafés, or just get an ice cream or coffee. There are plenty of banks as well as street vendors and stores to check out. Come to do a little people watching or experience the center of town. San Camilo market is only a few blocks away from Plaza de Armas, and is a great place to experience local food, handicrafts, clothing, tools, fresh produce, traditional medicine and nearly everything you could imagine for sale.
When you order cheap flights to Arequipa, you can come and visit Colca Canyon, a canyon about twice as deep as the Grand Canyon. It was once thought to be the deepest canyon on earth, but actually a nearby, inaccessible canyon is considered the deepest. It's an excellent chance to either take one of the many guided tours (which range from between 2-4 days,) or trek the canyon yourself, on a variety of trails of varying difficulty. This is a great place to meet indigenous inhabitants, who usually sell handicrafts in more touristic parts of the canyon as well as photo opportunities, and it's also a chance to see beautiful wildlife and avian life (with the condors population that reside here being particularly impressive,) as well as get a chance to see the beauty of this steep canyon.
Want to climb up a volcano in Arequipa? With cheap tickets to Arequipa , you won't need to look any further than El Misti, one of the most checked out volcano treks in the area. Get your ice ax and crampons and make your way up to the top, so you can see the beautiful view of the Lagunas de Salinas, as well as the volcano itself. It's a challenging climb and there are a number of robbers on the less touristic paths, so hiring a guide is rather recommended. Downhill volcano bike rides are activity that you can book through a tour company, and are highly recommended, heart pumping experience.
For a step back in time to the colonial era book cheap flights to Arequipa, to visit the Santa Catalina Monastery compound, a highly recommended and fully operational monastery which dates back to the 1500's. It's an entire block of living quarters, winding passages, plazas and gardens, so get your camera ready and come to experience it all. There is beautiful time period art here as well, and it's definitely recommended to hire a guide to truly get a feel for the history of this special place.
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Colca Canyon in southern Peru has twice the depth of Arizona's Grand Canyon, with over 3,000 meters at its deepest. It begins high in the Andes and is a land of rich history, as the area used to be inhabited by Cabanas and Collagues. In fact, there are still traces of majestic Inca and pre-Inca terraces that hark back to over 1,000 years. The word Colca actually means smalls holes that were dug in the cliffs of the canyon and the valley. These holes were used to store the pre-Incan and Incan people's food, as well as to bury important people.Source