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The southern touristic circuit, which includes Cusco, Arequipa, Puno and Madre de Dios, has not been affected. Nor is the North Eastern region (San Martín, Amazonas and Loreto). The tourist activity in these regions are developing as usual with hotels, tourist services, airports and access to tourist attractions.
The main attractions of the city of Lima are available for the tourists visit.
The northern region, which includes the tourist destinations of the Moche Route (La Libertad and Lambayeque), the beaches of Piura and Tumbes and the region of Ancash are indeed, affected by the rains. The Government has been working with the population to assist the victims, repair roads and prevent future incidents.
PROMPERÚ provides the iPeru tourist information and assistance services all over the country, which can be accessed 24 hours per day via e-mail [email protected] and also through the telephone number 00511-574-8000.
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