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We spent 35 days in Peru and spent a total of $2,815.  That means that we spent on average about $80 per day.

Our largest expense was transportation ($1,462 – about 51% of the total budget), followed by food and drink ($832 – about 30% of the total budget). We hardly spent any money on camping as we free camped through much of Peru.

The most expensive part of Peru for us was Lima (we loved the food and couldn’t stop eating) and Machu Pichu (expensive train tickets, expensive entry, etc.)

The charts below should break everything down.  The chart on the left shows the primary categories.  The chart on the right will break down whatever primary category you select (just click on a wedge slice in the pie chart on the left).  Some reports that these charts aren’t working on Android devices; I’m sorry but I don’t own one yet so I can’t test it.

On to the charts:

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