Flight Deal: Multiple Cities To Lima, Peru For As Low As $221
By DeAnna Taylor
If Machu Picchu has been on your travel bucket list, we have good news for you. InterJet, a Mexican based airline, is running a major sale on flights from the U.S. to Lima, Peru. The lowest price found is $220 roundtrip from Miami to Lima.
Other departures cities include New York, Houston, and Dallas. These flights come with a layover in Mexico. Depending on your departure city, the layover may be a little long. If so, turn it into a 2-for-1 and set out to explore a little.
This deal is valid for travel throughout the month of October. You can use a travel search engine like Skyscanner to find the dates that work best for you.
According to the airline’s website, under this promotion you will be allowed 2 carry-on bags that don’t exceed 22 pounds as well as one piece of checked luggage at no more than 25 pounds. The only restrictions are that you cannot select your seat prior to check-in and you cannot make changes to your reservation once it is confirmed. Per the law, you always have 24-hours to cancel a flight for a full refund.
Lima, Peru is one of the largest and most exciting cities in all of South America, and you could find yourself exploring the historic coastal city this October.
Once you’re in Lima, a visit to the bustling Plaza de Armas is a must, and you’ll definitely want to marvel at the ancient Huaca Pucllana pyramids and take in coastal views while strolling the Miraflores boardwalk.
The nightlife in Lima is legendary, so be sure to sip on the country’s most famous cocktail, the Pisco Sour, while you explore the gorgeous bars and restaurants around the city. You’ll also want to work in a trip to Machu Picchu if time permits, which is less than a two-hour flight from Lima.
Hurry, this deal will definitely sell out fast.
DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.