Peru is a country of cultures and adventures, where gastronomy, history and
nature come together. It’s a place where deserts, mountains, and the Amazon rainforest deliver unforgettable experiences. People are friendly, and guides will lead you to explore the footsteps of their ancestors.
Here are five experiences selected to live and enjoy, to treasure them in your
memories and hearts. A journey designed with attention to detail, stepping out of the ordinary.
FROM THE GARDEN TO THE TABLE IN THE SACRED VALLEY, PERU
A fantastic gastronomic experience for couples, families, and groups in the gardens
of Tambo del Inka, Luxury Collection. You can savour delicious organic salads,
prepared with products grown in the garden. Plants grown with natural fertilizers
that are fresh and locally sourced, accompanied with local trout and chicken dishes.
Take your time, pause, feel the warmth and nature by the banks of the Urubamba
River, at the foot of the Chicón snow-capped mountain.
4 FIRES OUTDOOR LUNCH IN THE SACED VALLEY, PERU
An experience designed for a family, small or large groups who wish to sample the
various cooking methods that have made their way to our tables from the past.
The 4 Fires: La Pachamanca, La Huatía, spit-roasted lamb and clay oven, used together for
an incredible gastronomic experience.
Pachamanca brings together family and friends around a pit where hot stones
underground cook lamb, chicken, and beef, accompanied by potatoes, sweet potatoes,
and beans. These infused flavours will delight our taste buds.
The Huatia, small clay and stone ovens above the ground, provide another idea of how
ancient inhabitants cooked in the countryside, where Mother Earth (Pachamama) is
the one who provides what is necessary for sustenance.
ENCOUNTER WITH THE INCA AT SACSAYHUAMAN
Every traveller who arrives in Cusco seeks to follow the footsteps of the people who once dominated South America and created the vast Inca empire that extended from Ecuador to the northern regions of Argentina and Chile.
In Cusco, you have the opportunity for a close encounter with that incredible past.
Add a touch of mysticism for your group while you let the Inca, along with his
entourage, greet you with words in the Quechua language and an offering to the Apus
AMANO MUSEUM OF PRE COLUMBIAN TEXTILES
The Amano Museum, located in the district of Miraflores, is a private collection that was
initiated by a Japanese citizen, Yoshitaro Amano, who fell in love with the cultures of the
Peruvian coast, finding similarities between them and those of his homeland.
His collection of pre-Columbian textiles is the most important in our capital. You can admire these
beautiful fabrics and have exclusive access to the drawers with numerous textiles with incredible designs and colours that have endured for centuries.
Each piece transports us in its use and designs. Visit the Amano Museum as a couple,
family, or group with one of our partner’s expert guides.
CASA ALIAGA, THE OLDEST IN LIMA, PERU
Built in 1535 by Don Jerónimo de Aliaga, one of the ‘thirteen of the Rooster’ who
arrived with Francisco Pizarro and was a city founder. This house was built on top of an
ancient pre-Hispanic building has been in the Aliaga family for seventeen generations.
This exclusive property opens its doors for special city tours or dining in the house,
making the night a memorable experience.
Located on a side street near the Government Palace, Casa Aliaga is a historically
preserved site in excellent condition, showcasing the old side of Lima.