Visit Peru – The Don'ts of Visiting Peru
Visiting Peru is a must, from UNESCO World Heritage Sights like Machu Picchu to the Incan capital of Cuzco (Cusco) to the capital of Lima to the white city of Arequipa to the Nazca lines there is so much to see and do in Peru. Here we talk about the things you shouldn’t do when you visit Peru.
• Don’t Drink the Tap Water:
• Don’t Mess with Your Health:
• Don’t Freak Out About the Coca Leaves:
• Don’t Bring Home Any Coca Leaves:
• Don’t Think You Can Just Hop on the Inca Trail:
• Don’t Be Grossed Out by the Cuy (Guinea Pig):
• Don’t Think Peru is Just Machu Picchu:
• Don’t Throw Your Toilet Paper Down the Toilet: the pipes in Peru cannot handle the paper, so please place all your toilet paper and other toilet products into the trash basket next to the toilet.
• Don’t Be Afraid to Haggle in the Markets:
• Don’t Forget to Have Cash: at tourist destinations and restaurants popular with tourists
Filmed in Cuzco/Cusco, Peru
Copyright Mark Wolters 2018
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