Lima’s climate is dry and warm in the areas near the coast, presenting high humidity and a lack of rain throughout the year. In areas more than 2,500 meters above sea level, the temperature drops and the climate is cold and wet.
Connected by the Panamericana Highway with various cities along the coast of Peru, Ecuador and Chile. Towards the east, the Carretera Central (Central Highway) enables communication with different cities in the mountains and central jungle.
Regular flights to main cities around the world via the Jorge Chávez International Airport (located in Callao Province, 40 minutes from Lima).
|Cusco||724 miles (1,165 Km)|
|Arequipa||633.8 miles (1,020 Km)|
|Paracas||152 miles (245 Km)|
|Huaraz||248.5 miles (400 Km)|