Savoring Peru’s culinary treasures

“From dining at some of the world’s finest restaurants to immersing yourself in the kitchen with an award-winning chef, and then enjoying the pairing of pisco with exquisite gourmet hors d’oeuvres, get ready to open your mind and satisfy your big appetite. Explore local delicacies, surprise yourself with giant kernel Inca corn, enjoy a feast fresh from a traditional clay oven, or dare to flambé your own ‘lomo saltado’. We extend you a warm invitation to join us on a once-in-a-lifetime culinary journey in Peru – enjoy every bite!” savoring the culinary treasures of peru


  • Lima, known as the “City of Kings” of Peru, you will have the opportunity to delight yourself with the exquisite gastronomy in the restaurants that lead the list of the 50 best restaurants in the world.
  • Explore an ancient hacienda and discover the secrets behind the giant white-grain corn, a jewel originally cultivated and revered by Inca royalty!
  • Embark on a unique outdoor culinary experience and let yourself be seduced by the Pachamanca, an authentic Peruvian feast cooked on hot stones!
  • Enjoy a perfect pairing of wine and dinner as you make your way to Machu Picchu, Peru’s ancient lost citadel.
  • Discover the millenary Inca practices of salt collection, passed down from generation to generation, during your visit.
  • Explore the vibrant indigenous markets, where you can taste local spices, peculiar concoctions and exotic fruits that will transport you to new dimensions of flavors and aromas – an experience for all the senses!
  • Enjoy the authentic Peruvian cuisine in Cuzco, where you can delight yourself with the exquisite taste of chocolate, high altitude coffee and the incomparable Pisco grape liquor, all of local origin. A gastronomic experience that will leave you fascinated.
  • Spend an unforgettable afternoon with one of Cusco’s award-winning chefs, where you will have the opportunity to learn the secrets and tricks of the culinary trade. Immerse yourself in a unique experience that will awaken your passion for cooking.



DAY 1: Arrival in Lima

Welcome to Peru

When you arrive in Lima, one of our team members will be waiting to welcome you and take you directly to your hotel.

Don’t worry about wandering around a new city after a long flight; we’ll take care of everything! Once at the hotel, take some time to freshen up and relax before the real adventure begins. Enjoy a quiet evening and a well-deserved night’s rest.

DAY 2: The City of Kings

Explore Lima’s Historic Center, visit the Larco Herrera Museum, and savor an unforgettable dinner at a top restaurant.

Wake up refreshed and enjoy breakfast at your hotel this morning. You will have the morning free to explore the vibrant Miraflores neighborhood, known for its excellent gastronomy.

At noon, we will pick you up to take you to the Pueblo Libre neighborhood, where the Larco Herrera Museum is located. This museum houses the largest collection of pre-Columbian artifacts in the country, including an impressive collection of gold and silver, as well as the famous erotic archaeological collection. You will begin your visit with a delicious lunch on the vine-covered terrace of the museum’s cafeteria, followed by time to explore the exhibits.

Next, we will head to the heart of Peru’s “City of Kings,” where you will visit the Plaza Mayor, the Convent of San Francisco (including its subway catacombs!) and the Casa Aliaga, the oldest mansion in the Western Hemisphere.

Concluding your day, we’ll escort you to an acclaimed Lima restaurant, like Central or Maido, among the world’s top 50.

DAY 3: Flight Lima – Cusco

Fly to the imperial city of Cusco and visit the ruins, agricultural and vibrant market of Pisac.

After a delightful breakfast, we’ll board transportation to Lima airport for our flight to Cusco, enjoying unique Andean vistas.

Upon arrival in the imperial city, a representative will give you a warm welcome and transfer you to your hotel. During the ride, enjoy an introduction to this historic city. Upon arrival at the hotel, enjoy a comforting coca tea, perfect for acclimatizing to the altitude and starting the adventure.

Your journey will take you to an ancient hacienda in the fertile valley near Pisac, where you will be greeted by hosts who will tell you about the cultivation of giant white corn and its cultural significance in the Andes. Immerse yourself in local traditions and enjoy Peruvian hospitality as you enter this family-owned hacienda with centuries-old roots.

Enjoy an exquisite multi-course lunch that includes samples of the prized white corn. Explore the hacienda’s stables to see the impressive Peruvian Paso horses dance, and perhaps enjoy a short horseback ride.

Continue exclusive tour to Pisac, explore the market, and interact with locals for an authentic experience.

Discover products reflecting artisan talent and rich culture, from fresh vegetables to silver jewelry, showcasing the region’s diversity.

DAY 4: Sacred Valley

Exploring the Tradition and Beauty of the Sacred Valley of the Incas

Begin your exciting tour of the Sacred Valley in the historic town of Ollantaytambo, where the powerful influence of the Incas still lingers. The streets are crisscrossed by water channels brought down from the mountains by the Incas, while the imposing walls and iconic trapezoidal gates transport you back to ancient times.

Explore ancient Inca fortresses and ruins with an expert guide as you ascend beyond the agricultural terraces. Discover the history of the Inca victory over the Spanish conquistadors as you explore stone structures and learn about local quarries. Enjoy breathtaking views of the valley and the Urubamba River.

Immerse yourself in local life at Pisac’s charming artisan market, where you will find a variety of products that reflect the regional culture. Conclude the day with a visit to the archaeological ruins near the Inca village of Pisac, where you will see ancient agricultural fields and working farms. Return to the hotel with unforgettable memories of this day in Peru’s Sacred Valley.

DAY 5: Machu Picchu: The Lost City of the Incas

Explore one of the 7 wonders of the modern world: Machu Picchu

In the morning, we will head out on an exciting adventure by boarding the train in Ollantaytambo, bound for Machu Picchu. Let yourself marvel at the spectacle of the jungle of clouds passing in front of the large glass windows as the train moves forward!

Enjoy lunch in Aguas Calientes before ascending to the enigmatic Inca citadel of Machu Picchu.

After a short bus ride to the gates of this wonder of the world, we will cross the imposing main entrances accompanied by our private guide, to finally reach the top of the world: Machu Picchu.

Before our eyes will unfold the amazing Inca architecture, alternately veiled and revealed by the dancing clouds. Our expert guide will lead us on an exclusive tour through the ancient paths of this sacred city.

At the conclusion of our fascinating tour, we will return to spend the night in Aguas Calientes.

Enjoy a serene dinner at your hotel, immersed in the sounds of the cloud forest, preparing for tomorrow’s exploration.

DAY 6: Huayna Picchu

Huayna Picchu or the Machu Picchu Mountain

Today you have the exciting opportunity to choose between two different trails: Huayna Picchu or Machu Picchu Mountain, so the decision is completely in your hands! This will be the highlight of your luxury Machu Picchu tour, so take it as you wish and enjoy it to the fullest.

Intrepid travelers looking for an out-of-the-ordinary experience can opt to ascend the steep slope of Huayna Picchu, which offers unparalleled views of Machu Picchu.

Note that a limited number of visitors can access Huayna Picchu daily, so tickets must be reserved in advance.

In the afternoon, we will meet again in Aguas Calientes and board the train back to Ollantaytambo. There, a member of our team will be waiting for you at the station to take you back to your hotel, where you can enjoy a well-deserved night’s rest after a day full of emotions and discoveries in this land of ancient wonders.

savoring the culinary treasures of peru

DAY 7: Moray & Maras salt mines

Discover the authentic Andean culture in Maras and Moray.

The grass amphitheaters in Moray functioned as agricultural laboratories, with ascending terraces creating microclimates for experimenting with different crops.

In the charming village of Maras, known for its colonial gates, are the fascinating working salt pans, where locals harvest salt in the traditional way. Enjoy a local lunch with authentic regional dishes.

Afterwards, visit a rural village near the blue Piuray Lake, where agriculture is key and the women are expert weavers. Interact with the locals, explore their homes and immerse yourself in daily life in the Andean highlands.

Return to your luxury hotel, reflecting on experiences and cultural connections forged during this unforgettable journey.

savoring the culinary treasures of peru

DAY 8: Cusco City Tour

Discover historic Cusco and its emblematic products.

Immerse yourself in the fascinating city of Cusco with a stroll through its cobblestone streets, accompanied by a guide who will give you a unique perspective on its rich colonial history. Explore iconic sites such as the Qoricancha and the Santo Domingo Monastery, which reveal the city’s amazing cultural fusion.

Stroll through the bohemian neighborhood of San Blas, observe local life in the open-air market of San Pedro and admire the famous 12-angled stone. Enjoy a light lunch before embarking on an exciting culinary adventure through Peru.

Start at the Coffee Museum to explore the history and process of growing, grading and roasting coffee. Then, discover the history of chocolate at the Chocolate Museum and create your own chocolate truffles as a souvenir. Finish at the Pisco Republic, where you can sample a variety of traditional liquors paired with delicious Peruvian appetizers. A perfect sensory experience to bring the flavors of Peru with you on your trip.

savoring the culinary treasures of peru

DAY 9: Cusquenian culinary delights

Enjoy a free morning and learn how to prepare traditional Peruvian food in the afternoon.

Today you will enjoy a free morning to rest and relax, or you can wake up early to witness the Plaza de Armas come alive with the sunrise!

You can also choose to explore Cusco’s fascinating streets and stores during this morning.

Have a light meal by late morning to ensure you arrive hungry for your afternoon activity.

In the early afternoon, you will continue your incredible culinary tour of Peru by heading to one of Cusco’s best restaurants. Here, you’ll spend the afternoon immersing yourself in Peru’s culinary history and exploring today’s cuisine from one of the region’s top chefs.

You’ll learn how to prepare Peruvian starters and main courses, while enjoying an endless stream of delicious bites and fresh samples straight from the restaurant’s oven.

You’ll delight your palate with exotic fruits, experience making pisco-based cocktails, learn traditional vegetable cutting techniques, and spend the afternoon laughing and enjoying this truly special cooking class.

savoring the culinary treasures of peru

DAY 10: Flight Cusco – Lima

Explore Barranco and say goodbye to Peru.

After two weeks full of unforgettable memories in Peru, you will enjoy a meal on the Costa del Sol before heading back to the airport for your flight home.
Bon voyage!

savoring the culinary treasures of peru


  • Customized itinerary planning
  • Activities and excursions mentioned in the program.
  • Private and collective ground transportation according to the program.
  • Most of the meals on the itinerary.
  • Bilingual local guides (Spanish / English).
  • Entrance fees to the different places mentioned in the program.


  • Excursions not indicated.
  • International flights.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Food not indicated in the program.
  • Tips for guides, drivers, bellboys, waiters, waitresses, etc.
  • Any item that is not specifically detailed in our program.


  • Bring original passport “With expiration date not less than 7 months”.
  • Student card (valid for one year) under 25 years of age.
  • Raincoat (long poncho) during the rainy season (November to March).
  • Travel insurance.
  • Long sleeve sun shirts.
  • Hat / Scarf.
  • Medicines and/or articles for personal use.
  • Photographic or video camera.
  • Have on hand checks and coins of low denomination soles or dollars.


  • Huayna Picchu Mountain $ 55 USD per person.
  • To climb Huayna Picchu or Machupicchu mountain, there is a limit of spaces per day, it is recommended to check availability with us and book in advance.