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Come to Peru with us in a unique way! The trip has been carefully planned to provide an exceptional travel experience.

Our goal is to provide transformative experiences combining food with explorations of nature and regional culture.

Lima won for 5 consecutive years the award for the best culinary destination in the world by the WTA (World Travel Award). That’s why we’ll spend 5 days in the gastronomic capital of Latin America, with activities aimed at researching Peruvian cooking ingredients and techniques, visiting markets and fairs, chatting with renowned chefs, practical classes, visiting historical monuments, everything this in the company of our Peruvian hostess, Chef Pamela Tello.

Then we will spend 3 days in Cuzco for an immersion in the pre-Hispanic culture and delve into the historical records of the Inca culture through a visit to Machu Picchu and other incredible activities that the city offers. Our visit to the Sacred Valley also includes visiting a farm that produces giant corn and having contact with rural producers from the highlands. Come with us to Peru for a journey of culture and gastronomy.

Day 1

Upon arrival in Lima, our team will be waiting at the airport to take you to your hotel.

Group meeting at 1 pm in the hotel lobby for a welcome meeting. We will meet each participant of the trip, our Peruvian hostess and review what we will experience during Food Safaris.

Departure to the restaurant El Señorio de Sulco, home of the food anthropologist Isabel Alvarez, where we will be treated to a special introductory menu to Peruvian gastronomy in which each dish will be presented with its respective history and cultural references.

After lunch, we’ll walk through the Indian Market, made up of a series of small shops selling ‘traditional’ Peruvian handicrafts and souvenirs, including alpaca scarves, sweaters and hats, colorful fabrics, embroidered pillows, ceramics, jewellery, musical instruments, between others.

Return to the hotel for rest and overnight.

Day 2

Breakfast and departure for a technical visit to the Agrarian University to learn about research and production of native Peruvian ingredients and their conservation work. Then, we’ll head to a popular market to sample ceviche with fresh seafood and do some ingredient shopping for the class we’re having that day.

In the early afternoon, we will be welcomed into the residence of chef Pamela Tello for a practical cooking class. We will learn about potatoes and the Huancaina, Rocoto and Ocopa sauces. In addition, she teaches us how to cook a Cuy using Caja China while we taste Chilcano, a Pisco-based drink.

After this day with exclusive activities, return to the hotel to rest.

Day 3

After breakfast, we will leave in the company of an expert guide in Peruvian history and culture to the center of Lima with a visit to the Plaza de Armas and the Casa da Cultura to get to know Colonial Lima, in addition to other monuments that record the history of the country and the capital.

Stop for lunch familiar restaurant. Here we will have a tasting of different tiraditos in a relaxed atmosphere, with the aromas of Peruvian cuisine.

Afterwards, we’ll go for an experience with Peruvian Coffees & Cocoa. An anthropologist specializing in cocoa and an agronomist specializing in coffees welcome us to their shop to share their knowledge and provide us with a guided tasting, which ends with Peruvian wine!

We will return to the hotel in the middle of the afternoon to rest.

Those who have energy, we invite you to dine at aaward-winning restaurant.

Day 4

Departure after breakfast for a guided tour of the Larco Museum to learn more about Peruvian and American history.

Then we’ll go out to learn about Chifa cuisine and have lunch at the traditional Titi restaurant, located on the outskirts of San Isidro. The company is in the third generation and seeks to preserve the flavors of Peruvian cuisine with Chinese influence. Return to the hotel to rest.

Our hostess invites everyone on a tour of the bars in Miraflores at sunset – a circuit with drinks and picnics going through 4 different bars to get to know the innovative work of some mixologists and Peruvian chefs.

Day 5

Breakfast, check-out from the hotel and departure to the airport for the flight to Cuzco. Upon arrival in Cuzco, we’ll head to our hotel with a privileged location: in the Plaza de Armas. The city of Cuzco is located between the mountains of the Cordillera de los Andes, 3,400m above sea level. We will have the rest of the day to rest as we will have to adapt to the altitude. Those who are feeling well can walk around town. Lunch is free: both in the hotel and in its surroundings, there are restaurants for all types of palates.

We’ll meet in the hotel lobby at 7pm to have dinner at a Nikkey restaurant located in Plaza de Armas.

Day 6

Departure early in the morning to catch the train that will take us to the hidden city of Machu Picchu – one of the best-known tourist and spiritual experiences in Latin America.

We will have an expert guide leading us through the ruins and also moments to relax and breathe the mountain air.

Lunch will be in the village of Aguas Calientes where we can also dip our feet in the sacred river of Urubamba. Return by mid-afternoon train back to Cuzco. Transfer to the hotel and free night to rest.

Day 7

Walk after breakfast through the San Pedro Central Market, one of the most vibrant environments in the city. Opportunity to have contact with different products from the Peruvian Andes. We will return to the hotel to drop off the shopping and depart at 11:00 am for the Sacred Valley to spend the day on a farm on the outskirts of the Urubamba River.

We will have a unique cultural experience around the traditions associated with corn production practices in an authentic and natural environment. Upon arrival, we will be greeted by the owners and given a signature drink. Then we will be guided through a visit to the production chain of the Giant White Corn, a variety unique in the world due to its exceptional characteristics and size. This corn has the Denomination of Origin (DO) seal.

On the way back to Cuzco, we will visit the archaeological center of Pisac where there is also a great craft and antiques fair. Arrival in Cuzco in the early evening to rest.

Day 8

Check-out and departure to the airport for your return flight to Brazil. End of Food Safaris.

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