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Secrets of Peruvian cuisine and culture

Uncover the hype behind Peru’s celebrated gastronomic culture and embark on a spiritual journey from ancient cuisine and culture to the modern flair of chef’s tables

For those looking to experience a true feast for the senses, with an understanding that true historical and cultural immersion is best experienced through food

April to October
9 days
On request

Why our trip is different:

  • Source seasonal ingredients in a colourful local market with chef Penelope Alzamora and learn to prepare traditional Peruvian dishes in her home
  • Witness the flavours of Amazonian ingredients brought to life at the chef’s table in Lima’s flagship restaurant, Malabar
  • Be paired with likeminded and affable Limenos for an authentic insider’s experience, and see the things matter to you in Lima 
  • Visit the private home of the distinguished Navarro Reategui family with a sumptuous meal followed by folkloric dancing and a demonstration from their fleet of fine Paso Fino horses
  • Indulge in a private Pachamanca meal (traditional Inca cuisine) paired with a visit to their organic farm in the heart of the Sacred Valley
  • Cook with the Urus on their floating reed islands in Lake Titicaca and learn about traditional medicine
  • Ascend Machu Picchu with an Inca elder as your special guide 


D1  Arrival in Lima * Dine at world renowned Maido or Astrid & Gaston with local chef friends * Rest in Belmond Miraflores Park or Atemporal Lab Room  

D2 Visit a local market * Cook in the home of a professional chef * Pisco tasting at Amaz * Stay at Belmond or Atemporal

D3 Embark on a local tour with a Limenos * Visit the Navarro Reagtegui family home * Pisco tasting at Amaz * Relax in Belmond or Atemporal

D4 Sacred Valley * Indigenous market at Pisac and textile workshop * Rest in Sol y Luna

D5 Visit Maras & Moray Inca Terraces with an Inca specialist * Tour an organic farm * Pachamanca meal * Relax in Sol y Luna  

D5 Board the Belmond Hiram Bingham Train to Machu Picchu * Rest in Belmond Sanctuary Lodge

D6 Explore the terraces of Ollantaytambo * Private barbeque atop the ruins * Relax in Palacio Manco Capac 

D7 Lake Titicaca * Stay at Libertador Lago Titicaca

D8 Visit the less touristic floating islands * Cook with Uru people and learn their traditions * Stay at Libertador Lago Titicaca

D9 Cross over to Bolivia and continue your journey to the iconic salt flats, or head back to Lima for further gastronomic delights 

All sample itineraries are designed to inspire and are customised on consultation.

Our favourite places to stay:

Belmond Miraflores Park

Atemporal Lab Room  

Sol y Luna

Belmond Sanctuary Lodge

Palacio Manco Capac

Libertador Lago Titicaca

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