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Peru Real Food Adventure

Peru Real Food Adventure

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Lima, Cusco


10 Tage



Was beinhaltet das Programm

  • Unterkunft: Hotel (8 Nächte), Farm (1 Nacht).
  • Mahlzeiten:
  • 9x Frühstück, 5x Mittagessen, 1x Abendessen.
  • Transport: Inlandsflug, privates Fahrzeug, Zug, Taxi, Bus.
  • Eingeschlossene Aktivitäten:
  • Lima - City & Food Walk.
  • Lima - Geführte Tour durch San Francisco Kloster inkl. Katakomben.
  • Lima - Barranco Walk.
  • Lima - Ceviche Kochkurs + Mittagessen.
  • Lima - Besuch einer Pisco Destillerie + Tasting.
  • Cusco - Orientierungsspaziergang.
  • Cusco - Kochkurs.
  • Heiliges Tal - Brauerei Tour + Tasting.
  • Heiliges Tal - Besuch der archäologischen Stätte Moray Incan.
  • Heiliges Tal - Mittagessen in der Chichubamba Gemeinde.
  • Heiliges Tal - Besuch der Maras Salzmine.
  • Ollantaytambo - Eintritt und geführte Tour durch die archäologische Stätte.
  • Machu Picchu - Eintritt und Führung.
  • Heiliges Tal - Pachamanca Experience + Mittagessen.
  • Heiliges Tal - Pisac Markt + Empanada.

Was ist nicht inbegriffen im Programm

  • Internationale Flüge.
  • Trip Kitties.
  • optionale Aktivitäten.
  • Reiseversicherungen.
  • Zusatzübernachtungen.
  • Einzelzimmerzuschläge.
  • Visa

Konditionen und Gültigkeit

Allgemeine Buchungsbedingungen von Intrepid Travel:


Entdecke die kulinarische Vielfalt Perus auf dieser Reise von Lima bis Cusco. Mit dem, was die Pachamama (Mutter Erde) ihnen gab, haben die Peruaner eine Küche entwickelt, die regionale und internationale Aromen in köstlicher Art und Weise miteinander verbindet. Zweifellos ist es die geographische Lage Perus, die seine kulinarische Kultur so vielfältig macht. Die Mischung aus fangfrischen Fischen von der Küste, Kartoffeln aus dem Andenhochland und unzähligen exotischen Früchte aus dem Amazonas Regenwald machen Peru zu einem der aufstrebenden Foodie-Hotspots der Welt. Auf dieser Reise besuchst Du eine Kakaoplantage, bereitest Deinen eigenen Pisco Sour zu, probierst ofenfrische Empanadas und erfährst in Cusco ein paar Geheimnisse der traditionellen peruanischen Küche.

Tag 1 : Lima

Bienvenidos! Welcome to Lima, arguably South America best foodie destination. Your adventure begins with a welcome meeting at 2 pm where you meet your tour leader and travel group. Please look for a note in the hotel lobby or ask reception where this meeting will take place. Afterwards, set out on a walking tour. In the heart of the colonial district you see San Martin plaza, visit the nearby San Francisco Monastery and catacombs, then stop past Lima Central Market. Here you will discover the building blocks of Peruvian cuisine, including mouth-watering fruits, vegetables, meat and fish sourced from all over the country. This walk is also a great taste of Lima excellent downtown street food scene. Savour a variety of bite-size treats, including anticuchos (grilled beef hearts) and papas (potatoes), masamorra (purple corn), arroz con leche(sweet rice with milk) and picarones (Peruvian doughnuts). Finish up in Lima main square with the option of dinner downtown or heading back to Miraflores.

Tag 2 : Lima

Begin the day with a morning visit to the vibrant Chorrillos fish market, then head to a cooking class to learn from a local chef who will demonstrate the art of preparing mouth-watering ceviche, causa limeña and more. Settle in for lunch , enjoying these classic staples of Peruvian cuisine. In the afternoon, perhaps wander around Miraflores and head towards Parque del Amor (Love Park) which has superb views across Lima beaches. You might also want to visit the excellent National Museum of Anthropology, Archaeology and History. Alternatively, catch a taxi to the Gold Museum or the Larco Museum. The latter is renowned for its ancient pottery collection.

Tag 3 : Cusco

Before departing Lima, head to a Pisco distillery just outside of the city to learn how this iconic spirit is produced, followed by a tasting. Then its on to the airport for the short, one-hour flight to Cusco. Stretch your legs upon arrival with a stroll down the cobblestone streets; it wont take long to discover the town interesting combination of Spanish and Inca cultures. There are also several impressive Inca ruins within the city to explore. The most easily accessible is Coricancha, which was the Inca empires richest temple. The evening is free for your own food adventures. You leader will have plenty of suggestions!.

Tag 4 : Cusco

Today is your chance to get hands-on in the kitchen. Take a stroll around San Pedro market. Due to Cusco location at the eastern edge of the Andes, there ready access to locally-grown avocados, potatoes (thousands of different types), quinoa and aji picante (hot chilli), to name a few products grown in the area. Learn about Andean ingredients, then join a passionate local cook to prepare some classic Peruvian dishes which you will enjoy over lunch.

Tag 5 : Sacred Valley to Ollantaytambo

Leaving Cusco, travel by private bus through the Sacred Valley. Known as Wilcamayo to the Incas, this beautiful and fertile valley has long been the lifeblood of the high Andes. Maize crops grow all the way from the riverbank, covering the terraces carved high into the valley walls. Along the way, stop in at Maras, one of the largest salt mines in the region, and Moray – a large complex of ruins with beautiful terraces that form a massive amphitheatre. Its believed that these terraces were an agricultural experiment of the Incas to improve their crop production.

Tag 6 : Coffee Farmstay

Awaken to Ollantaytambo! The town itself has been built over an ancient Inca city, which is a beautiful example of Inca urban planning. Take a guided tour of these Inca ruins etched into the cliffs, keeping an eye out for the legendary Temple of the Sun (composed of enormous carved blocks, stone water fountains, Incan stairs and terraces, all surrounded by the misty mountains). Next take a scenic drive over the Abra Malaga pass, taking in views of Veronica Mountain (the third highest in Cusco) along the way. Continue along the winding road into a land of cloud and thick rainforest as you steer into Huayopata. Lunch is included on arrival into Huayopata. The drive roughly stretches for 2-3 hours without stops, travelling at a slow pace which allows you to absorb the natural beauty of the area.

Tag 7 : Aguas Calientes

Today offers a hands-on insight into the production of one of the world favourite drinks – coffee. Wake up and start the day with one of the freshest Peruvian blends you ever drink before taking a guided exploration of the coffee farm. Peruvian beans make for an excellent drop, bringing together a mellow acidity with a caramel sweetness and sometimes a nutty undertone. The sweet, medium bodied taste has made this strain a huge hit worldwide, and there no better place to sample these flavours than here. Experience the production cycle from crop to cup.

Tag 8 : Machu Picchu to Ollantaytambo

Rise early for a morning tour of Machu Picchu, one of Peru real highlights. Catching your first glimpse of the lost city of the Incas through the early morning mist is definitely a memorable moment. The ruins of this ancient (and, until 1911, secret) metropolis are beautifully located, hidden high in the Andes and surrounded by lush cloud, with the river Urubamba running through the gorge far below. Take in the amazing views and the fascinating history of the site as your local guide takes you through some of the 200 buildings, houses and temples. Your guided tour of the site will last for approximately 1.5-2 hours, with plenty of photo opportunities. Due to visiting restrictions at Machu Picchu, we recommend exploring the Sun Gate and Inka Bridge before your guided tour starts. Your leader can advise how to get the most out of your visit. Afterwards, board a train back to Ollantaytambo (approximately 90 minutes).

Tag 9 : Cusco

Stop in at the popular Pisac market, famous for a vast array of local handicrafts. Visit a restaurant and taste delicious empanadas hot and fresh, straight from the horno (a clay oven). For lunch, take part in an ancient cooking ritual known as pachamanca. This cooking method, which dates back to the time of the Inca empire, sees meats marinaded in spices then placed in a huatia (earth oven) with a selection of root vegetables, cooked slowly over hot stones. Your adventure comes to an end back in Cusco, where you may share one last Pisco sour overlooking the Plaza de Armas. There an optional farewell dinner this evening.

Tag 10 : Cusco

Your Peruvian Real Food Adventure comes to an end this morning. There are no activities planned today.

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