Discover Peru’s culinary scene from Lima to Cusco
Peruvian food and topography go hand in hand. Using what pachamama (mother earth) gave them, the Peruvians have developed a cuisine that combines local and international flavours. And undoubtedly it is the geography of Peru that makes its culinary culture so distinct. With the coast providing an abundance of fresh seafood, the Andean highland supplying a variety of potatoes and the Amazon rainforest delivering delicious seasonal fruits, it's unsurprising that Peru is one of the world's emerging foodie hotspots.
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It's delicious, diverse and hands-on. You’ll learn the secrets of ceviche, make your own pisco sour, learn a few Andean cooking tips with a foodie in Cusco and eat empanadas straight from the wood-fired ‘horno’
Pay a visit to a cacao farm and get involved in the whole process from planting to the final product. Enjoy a farm-cooked dinner & stay overnight on the family's plantation.
Indulge in an optional tour and tasting at one of the Sacred Valley's first craft breweries. Whet your whistle with a pint of the fruity local IPA, the citrus tinged American pale ale, the caramel malts of the Ayrampo Roja red ale or the hearty chocolate notes of the imperial porter.
Discover the breadth of Peruvian cuisine in all its rich and colourful history, from the rustic ‘pachamanca’ tradition to
Lima’s world-class urban street food scene
No trip to Peru is complete without seeing Machu Picchu, so you’ll spend a day exploring this magical metropolis of the Incas
This trip visits places that are at high altitude, and as a result some people can suffer from altitude sickness, regardless of age or physical health. Please see the ‘Health’ section of the trip notes for more important information on this.
The cacao farm plantation accommodation facilities are basic but comfortable.
Although we visit Machu Picchu we do not hike the Inca Trail. We travel by train to Machu Picchu were altitude still may be felt, sitting at 2430m above sea level.
While we will endeavour to cater to dietary requirements where possible, please note that many meals and food activities on Real Food Adventures are set in advance in order to deliver a well-rounded experience of a country’s cuisine. In many countries, dietary restrictions are uncommon and not well understood. If you have dietary requirements and are concerned about whether this may impact on your ability to participate fully in all food-related activities on this trip, please contact your agent at time of booking for further information. If you have dietary requirements and/or food allergies, you must notify your booking agent prior to departure so it can be determined whether your dietary requirements can be met.
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There are currently no scheduled departures on our Peru Real Food Adventure trip. If you are interested in other trips in the region visit one of the links below.
Domestic airlines require passengers' full passport details to issue their tickets. It is then very important that you provide this information at the time of booking.
A Single Supplement is available for this trip however the Plantation Farm Stay is excluded.
The airline for the internal flight on this trip is with LATAM or Avianca Airlines. The maximum luggage allowance for this flight is 23kg. Intrepid will not cover the cost of excess luggage if the weight exceeds this limit, it will be at the passenger's own expense.
Our Peru Real Food Adventure trips score an average of 4.67 out of 5 based on 12 reviews in the last year.
This was a fantastic tee, hitting many of highlights with excellent food throughout.
Review submitted 08 Dec 2017
We enjoyed everything including the cooking lessons, demonstrations, interaction with the locals, the organisation by Intrepid, great tour leader Jhonn, great tour mates but most of all we enjoyed going to Machu Picchu
Review submitted 12 Sep 2017