Connect with Peru
Immerse yourself in fascinating Inca history, explore ancient ruins, discover remote mountain villages, mix with the locals and taste unique Peruvian delights throughout our small group tour of Peru.
Our product design specialists have injected four small connections into this 8-day itinerary to provide unique opportunities for you to connect with Peru.
Discover the fascinating history of ancient Peru with a Curator-led tour of the Larco Museum.
The Larco Museum houses one of the most impressive collections of Incan artifacts and gives a fascinating insight into ancient Peru. Located in the heart of the country's capital, Lima, we visit the museum on the second day of the tour in what is a fitting introduction to wonderful Peru. Enjoy a Curator-led tour of the museum and learn all about the ancient Incan culture.
Enjoy dinner with a view at the Huaca Pucllana restaurant.
Indulge in a delicious dinner in Lima's Miraflores district amidst the ruins of Huaca Pucllana, a clay pyramid built during the Incan civilization. The restaurant boasts views of the ruins and serves Peruvian influenced meals using local produce wherever possible.
Experience a local Chicheria while tasting local delicacies: chicha and guinea pig.
Ollantaytambo is one of the only continuously inhabited settlements since Inca times. The entire town still has its original Inca-built stone walls, narrow streets, and water system flowing down a central channel cut in every street. We pay a visit to a local 'chicheria', or pub, where we can sip on the locally made chicha, and possibly eat a local delicacy - guinea pigs.
Create an edible masterpiece in Cusco with a rooftop cooking class.
Our last small connection of the tour is a delicious farewell to Peru. We stop in at the lively San Pedro Market where we shop for fresh ingredients to use in our cooking class. Once we have our supplies we head up to the 11th floor rooftop kitchen to begin our cooking class and enjoy breathtaking views of the city below.
These small connections combined with the remainder of the itinerary make for a special small group tour of Peru. What are you waiting for, book your spot today!
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