Lima, the culinary experience

Lima, the Capital city of Peru, is also world known for its wonderful cuisine, produced by the great cultural heritage along the years. Visit local markets with a culinary guide, be part of a cooking class for learning how to prepare the most famous Peruvian dish “cebiche” (marinated fish) and drink a Pisco Sour in a popular local restaurant are the new way to know Lima.

Gastón Acurio, Virgilio Martínez, Pedro Miguel Schiaffino are some of the most popular local chefs, with restaurants in important cities like Madrid, London or New York, exporting the best of the Peruvian Author Cuisine in the world.

 

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Belmond Andean Explorer Sleeper Train

 

The first luxury train in South America, which combines authentic day trips with rest on board at night, crossing the Peruvian Andes.

Since May 2017, the Belmond Andean Explorer train runs one of the highest train routes in the world, crossing impressive cities from Cusco to Lake Titicaca in Puno and Arequipa on one and two-night trips. Starting in March 2018, the spa car will start operating. A unique and authentic luxury experience in the Andes of Peru!

 

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Titilaka Boutique Hotel

Infinite skies, snowcapped peaks and shimmering waters will accompany you at Titilaka, a boutique lodge on a private peninsula on Lake Titicaca, the cradle of Andean civilization.

Titilaka is an 18 room all-inclusive luxury experience lodge and a member of the prestigious Relais & Chateaux fellowship. Stay in this unique place and live the Lake Titicaca, the sacred lake of the Andes. Guests are offered daily specials and a selection of a la carte options aswell and afternoon tea is offered prior to the excursions. Sundowners served in the lounge, on the beach or on the outings. Felle the Lake Titicaca from this unique location!

 

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Lunch in Hacienda Sarapampa

Located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, near Cusco, this ranch is the most important producer of the largest corn in the world. Enjoy a lunch surrounded by white-giant- Peruvian-corn fields. This kind of corn, called sara in the native language Quechua, is one of the greatest Inca’s heritage in Peru.

 

 

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A taste of Peru

taste1Enjoy the elegance and fun of Cusco
Get inspired by the majestic archeological remains of  the  Lost Citadel of  Machu Picchu
Meet the descendants of the Incas in the Sacred Valley of the Incas
Taste delicious food of the Peruvian world  renowned cuisine

Day 1 : Arrival in Lima and transfer to the hotel in Miraflores. Welcome dinner.
Day 2 : Flight to Cusco and transfer to the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Visit of  Awanacancha Center and Ollantaytambo Inca site.
Day 3 : Train trip alongside the impressive Urubamba Valley till Machu Picchu. Visit of the majestic archaeological site of the Lost City of the Incas and return journey to Cusco.
Day 4 : Morning visit of the elegant city of  Cusco, its local market and   Sacsayhuaman nearby  Inca  ruins. Afternoon at leisure.
Day 5 : Morning at leisure. Flight back to Lima and international flight connection.

Colours of Peru

bestperu1Explore the most authentic areas of Peru
Discover unspoiled wonders in the Amazon
Feel the adrenaline of ATV ride in Cusco and dune buggy in the desert of Ica
Be inspired by Machu Picchu and the enchanting city of Cusco
Party time and enjoy delicious food of the world  renowned Peruvian gastronomy

Day 1 :Arrival in Lima and transfer to the hotel in Miraflores. Welcome dinner.
Day 2 : Flight to Puerto Maldonado and first excursion in the enchanting Reserva  Amazonica.
Day 3 : Navigation on Sandoval Lake spotting giant otters, monkeys and colored macaws.
Day 4 : Flight to Cusco and transfer to the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
Day 5 : Hiram Bingham Orient Express train to the majestic Lost City of Machu Picchu.
Day 6 : ATV ride out of Cusco. Gala Dinner and party time with deejay at Piskuo Bar.
Day 7 : Flight to Pisco and dune buggies in the desert of Ica with a sunset cocktail.
Day 8 : Navigation to Ballestas Islands, transfer back to Lima and international flight.

Why Peru

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Climate :
Peru’s seasons are the reverse of those in the northern hemisphere. There isn’t a bad time to visit Peru, however as a very general recommendation, the best period for the coast is during the summer (Dec-Feb) and the best time to visit the mountains is in the winter (May-Jul). The jungle is hot and steamy all year round with rains in December and January …

World Heritage :
Cusco was developed by the Inca king Pachacutec, who ruled the Kingdom of Cusco as it expanded to become the Inca Empire in the 15th century. It became the most important city of the Inca World, divided into distinct areas for religious and administrative use and surrounded by an organized system of agriculture, artisan, and industrial areas …
Gastronomy :
Anyone that has been to Peru can vouch for its wonderful cuisine. Sophisticated restaurants reflect the diversity of a nation that has blended its native traditions with the cuisines of Europe, the Middle East, China, Africa and Japan. The result: unique flavors that make Peruvian cuisine one of the finest and most varied in the world …