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International Moving To Peru

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International Moving To Peru

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International Relocation to Peru with Sunset Moving

Are you thinking about moving to another country? If you are ready for such an adventure, but still unsure about where to relocate to, Sunset Moving would like to make a suggestion – Peru. There are countless reasons why this South American country is the perfect place for your next address, from its wonderful climate, to great places of interest, to a long and interesting tradition. However, before you embark on your international relocation, it is important to get as much information as possible about your future residence. In order to make that task easier, we at Sunset Moving have put together some things you should know about Peru.

The Climate

The Climate in Peru varies in different areas of the country. In fact, Peru is home to thirty, out of the total thirty two climates in the world. If you are considering moving to the coastal areas of the country, prepare for a dry subtropical climate. However, if the Andes Mountains are your final destination, you should know that they observe a cold climate with a lot of rainfall during the summer and very dry winters. The lowlands to the East are home to the equatorial climate zone, with high temperatures and an even rainfall throughout the year.

Places to Live

The country of Peru lies on almost half a million square miles. While that might not seem like much compared to the United States, the country still has several great locations to offer to its immigrants. Here are some of them:

  • Lima. Lima is the capital of Peru. Since it is the country’s largest city as well, it is important to note that the air quality here is not the best. However, costs of living are quite affordable, and the weather is great. The city is extremely walkable, there are numerous entertainment opportunities, and it is quite safe as compared to other capitals in the world. Lima boasts high rates of traffic safety and overall quality of life.
  • Chachapoyas. This city is located on the North of Peru and is home to a little over 20,000 people. It is extremely affordable ad has great overall quality of life. There aren’t many entertainment opportunities, such as bars and nightclubs, but the air is not polluted and traffic safety is very high. The city is relatively walkable.
  • Arequipa. If you are an outdoor person, the White City is the place for you. Even though it is the second largest city in the country, it is not polluted and boasts great walkability. The weather is quite pleasant and the costs of living aren’t high. There is a decent number of entertainment venues and the overall quality of life is good. Obtaining internet access here may, however, pose a problem.
  • Cusco. This city is located in the southeastern region of Peru. Also known as the Imperial City, it has a long history and a lot of places of interest. The costs of living here are good, the air is clean and the city is walkable. However, if you are someone who loves going out at night, you will quickly get bored of Cusco.

The People

Peru’s nation is comprised of several ethnic groups. Amerindians, Spaniards, Africans, Europeans, Chinese, and Japanese have all relocated here in various points in history, which explains today’s diversity among Peru’s 31 million residents.

The official language of Peru is Spanish. However, several minority languages have official status in the areas where they are predominantly used. These languages include Quechua and Aymara, to name a couple. In addition, since there are a lot of immigrants in Peru, numerous foreign languages, such as German, Japanese, or Italian are spoken within their corresponding communities.

Moving to Peru

The process of moving to another country generally consist of two parts. The paperwork and the actual relocation. The first thing you should do before you start packing is get information on Peru’s visa system and requirements, obtain the proper visa and deal with other technicalities. If you are moving a business to another country, the required paperwork will be even more abundant. Find out more about how to obtain a Peruvian visa.

As for the actual moving process – leave all the heavy lifting to Sunset Moving. Our professional packers and movers will provide you with the best international relocation services at affordable prices. Sunset Moving is a team of moving experts who have had extensive training in packing and handling household items, office supplies and furniture, as well as all kinds of vehicles. Contact Sunset Moving representatives today to get the best international moving quotes and international auto transport price estimates. We are looking forward to hearing from you!