Take the bus. You have a few options here. Peru Hop is a hop on hop off bus throughout southern Peru and Bolivia (Bolivia Hop). You’ll have to reserve your spot on the bus with a day of advanced notice but other than that you don’t have to plan too far ahead.
- Varying ticket options to cater to anyone’s trip
- Meet people
- No planning ahead, easy scheduling and conveniently located pick up and drop off points
- Bilingual guides on each bus that can help you with any questions or recommendations you might have
- It isn’t as cheap as you’d get buying individual tickets between each city
Alternatively you can take bus comànies between each destination. You will certainly pay less and usually for the same level of comfort. You will not get the support staff nor will the stations always be located in the part of town where you need to be.
As a solo traveler I was most comfortable with Peru Hop and had a great time. Would definitely recommend.
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