|The most Peruvian women ! We average nearly 500 Single Peruvian Women at this tour site. It's possible
that participation in this location could equal Cali in the near future.
Although this is a new dating concept to them, there is a high interest level from
the women of Peru, and we Americans are admired. The people of Lima, Peru are
friendly and helpful. The suburb of Miraflores has the city's best hotels,
restaurants, shopping and night spots. There are ample opportunities for
travelers desiring night life, dining and cultural activities. If you
preview our latest issues for new members from Peru, you will see many
beautiful women from this captivating city.
A high percentage of single women in our photomagzines come from Peru.
Lima's population of 6.5 million assures an ample supply of Single Peruvian Women.
The history, climate and geography of Peru is unique. There are
numerous tourist attractions to visit, including the ancient Inca
ruins of Machu Picchu hidden high in the Andes mountains.
Single Peruvian women have a taste for good living and good food, entertainment
and culture. These qualities, together with their renowned hospitality
and friendliness, make for a cordial atmosphere in which to enjoy
the country's interesting tourist attractions and many opportunities
for fun and pleasure.
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With 500 Single Peruvian women in attendance, there are great introduction
opportunities and a variety of
new friends to meet.
See Photos of our latest Singles Vacations to Peru.
Lima possesses a number of interesting museums with exhibits
of magnificent pieces from the PreColombian and colonial periods.
The Gold Museum's display of 6,500 gold statues, bowls, cups, plates
and ceremonial objects gives an idea of the Inca wealth as well
as the Incas' skills as gold. and silversmiths.
On the basis of restaurants alone, Lima is a cosmopolitan city.
There are excellent Creole (native) dishes, and restaurants which
offer German, Arab, French, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese and vegetarian
specialties. Many of these restaurants are located in lovely colonial
mansions, or along the seashore.
Peru probably has the most varied native cuisine in South America.
Cebiche (raw fish "cooked" in a super tart lemon juice) and anticuchos
(spiced grilled beef heart) are a must. Ocopa (boiled potatoes in
a seasoned sauce of cheese and nuts), aji de gallina (shredded chicken
in a spiced milk sauce) and rocoto relleno (meat-stuffed pepper)
are typical dishes. On the beverage front, the pisco sour, a cocktail
made with Peru's grape brandy, lemon juice, egg whites and sugar,
is world famous.
Night life in Peru is lively, particularly on weekends. Many cities
offer penas and picanterias, restaurants with entretainement which
ranges from Andean song and dance to latin rhythms such as salsa.
Cultural activies are as varied as opera and experimental theater,
with listings in both Spanish and English in the local press. International
magazines, newspapers and phone call service, as well as cable television
are available to all who wish to maintain contact with their own