A Delicious Peru Food Tour
Ker & Downey’s Peruvian Culinary Journey explores the tastes and sights of Peru over 10 days. This Peru food tour introduces you to colorful markets and gourmet dining hot spots in this delicious destination. Mix in a helping of the country’s fantastic cultural history, and you have a recipe unlike any other.
- Day 1 - 4: Lima
- Day 5 - 6: The Sacred Valley
- Day 7: Machu Picchu
- Day 8 - 10: Cusco
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Lima, the capital of modern Peruvian cuisine and the #1 gastronomical destination in the world, is the first stop on your Peruvian culinary journey. Balance your time between visits to the city sites and excursions into the culinary landscape.
While here, experiences range from the hands-on to the luxurious and refined. Go shopping with a local chef for ingredients to prepare your own authentic meal, and have a lesson at the Cordon Bleu cooking school with the future pioneers of Peruvian dining. Additionally, taste pisco and wine over lunch in a vineyard south of the bustling city. Then return to its center to be hosted at the dinner table by the family of Casa Aliaga, the oldest colonial mansion in South America.
Ker & Downey can also secure reservations at the top restaurants in the world, such as Central, Maido, Kjolle, and Astrid y Gaston.
Continue your Peru food tour in the Sacred Valley, where you will explore the ruins of the past at Ollantaytabo fortress. You will also experience the centuries-old traditional practices and cuisines common in the villages.
Twice you will explore the iconic ruins of Machu Picchu, with the chance to hike Huayna Picchu for a unique view of the citadel.
A culinary highlight in Aguas Calientes in no doubt the restaurant at your hotel, which creates innovative and unique dishes that introduce ancient culinary traditions and exciting flavors to travelers and foodies alike.
Finally, conclude your Peruvian Culinary Journey in Cusco. Indeed, it is well worth the time to visit the bustling San Pedro Market, filled with an assortment of ingredients and food offerings.
Also take time to tour the Santo Domingo Convent, or Koricancha, as well as many other intriguing destinations. Have a lesson in regional Cusqueno cooking, and take your final dinner in Peru surrounded by stunning artifacts within the Museo de Arte Pre-Colombino.