Iberia Flights GuideIberia is a small town in the mountains in southeast Peru, near the border with Bolivia and Brazil. Iberia is located in Tahuamanu Province within the Reserva Territorial Madre de Dios region, which is an area of protection for the indigenous people of Peru. Some of the attractions in and around Iberia are the Plaza de Armas, Carnaval de Iberia, Dos de Mayo, Puerto Maldonado Lake Sandoval, Reserva Ecologica Taricaya, Mariposario Tambopata, Lake Valencia, Inkaterra Ecological Reserve, Tres Chimbadas Lake, Chuncho Macaw Clay Lick, Manu National Park, and Bahuaja-Sonene National Park.
Iberia is a 29-hour drive to Lima, the capital of Peru. Cusco is a 10.5-hour drive from Iberia. To get to Machu Picchu, drive to Cusco, then take the train from nearby Poroy to Aguas Calientes and then take a bus to the citadel. Arequipa is 16 hours from Iberia.
Iberia's high temperature averages in the 80s during daytime and in the 70s at night. Iberia does not see a whole lot of rain but the wet season is from September to May while the rainiest months are January to March. The relative humidity stays between 60-70% all year. From October to mid-May, skies in Iberia are typically cloudy. From mid-May to October, the skies are mostly clear. The number of daylight hours in Iberia does not vary much throughout the year, staying within 30 minutes of 12 hours.The best time to visit is from May to September during the dry season to avoid dealing with flooding and closed roads during wet season. Despite the hot weather, there will be the occasional cold front that will significantly drop the temperature for the few days.
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