Campsites and Holiday Parks in Peru
3 bookable campsites in Peru
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- Riverside location with mountain views, between gorges and mountains
- A two and a half-hour drive from Lima
- Walks, fishing and horse riding all available nearby
Non-electric grass tent pitch 6 x From £11,47/€13,40/A$21,42/US$15,77/CA$19,81/CHF14,51/SEK137,08/DKK99,64/NOK139,79/ISK1 991/ARS1 519,94/CLP12 022/PEN62/NZ$22,62/R234,13/PLN61,29/R$82,08/CZK343,69/RSD1 575/HUF4 826,46/RUB1 165,10/CN¥102,23 per night 3 bedroom cabin 14 x From £175,79/€205,31/A$328,21/US$241,68/CA$303,60/CHF222,30/SEK2 100,37/DKK1 526,69/NOK2 142/ISK30 507/ARS23 289,40/CLP184 210/PEN950/NZ$346,54/R3 587,50/PLN939,18/R$1 257,67/CZK5 266,19/RSD24 134/HUF73 953,82/RUB17 852,40/CN¥1 566,42 per night
- Relaxed, eco-friendly glamping site next to the Pacific Ocean
- A five-minute drive to Mancora, and with surfing lessons on site
- Tipis by a surfing beach, plus a pool, alfresco restaurant and yoga
Tipi 2 x From £40/€46,72/A$74,69/US$55/CA$69,09/CHF50,59/SEK477,99/DKK347,44/NOK487,47/ISK6 943/ARS5 300,07/CLP41 922/PEN216,20/NZ$78,86/R816,42/PLN213,73/R$286,21/CZK1 198,45/RSD5 492/HUF16 830/RUB4 062,75/CN¥356,48 per night
- Friendly, laidback Peruvian site in the historical centre of Cusco
- A 15-minute walk to ancient ruins; five minutes to San Pedro Market
- On-site restaurant and bar; wellness centre; communal kitchen
Tipi 2 x From £31,20/€36,44/A$58,26/US$42,90/CA$53,89/CHF39,46/SEK372,83/DKK271/NOK380,22/ISK5 415/ARS4 134,06/CLP32 699/PEN168,63/NZ$61,51/R636,81/PLN166,71/R$223,25/CZK934,79/RSD4 284/HUF13 127,40/RUB3 168,95/CN¥278,05 per night
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If you're off camping in Peru, welcome to the jungle. A full 60 per cent of this lush land is laden with Amazon rainforest, with all the nature spotting and birdwatching you'd expect from such a fab place – twitchers, for example, might be chuffed to learn that Peru has more feathered species (over 1,800) than anywhere else on the planet.
Peru rainforest trips, treks and adventures could include wildlife watching around the forests of Madre de Dios, the Reserva Nacional Tambopata and the Parque Nacional Bahuaja-Sonene (considered by some boffins as the most biodiverse place on earth), rafting the rapids of the Río Urubamba or exploring the northern lowland around Peruvian Amazon capital Iquitos, the biggest city in the world that's unreachable by road.
(Or, more placidly, one could paddle down the Amazon on a dugout canoe: even the sound of that last makes us want to cast responsibility/rent concerns aside and welcome our intrepid selves to the jungle immediately.)
Around the other 40 per cent of Peru, our whittled down option among the hundreds available from Peru campsites is hiking around the simply spectacular ancient Sacred Valley, Inca Trail and UNESCO sites of Cusco and Machu Picchu, possibly the most famed archaeological ruins in the world – if you're anywhere in South America and it's at all humanly possible, you must make a beeline for here.