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Overview

South America Culinary Vacation

The gastronomy of South America is diverse and delicious, and you can explore it on this unique trip into the Andes region of Peru and Bolivia. The biodiversity of the region produces distinct local varieties of fruits, vegetables, and grains. Form the corn, maca, kiwicha, and cocoa of Peru to the sugar cane, quinoa, and potatoes of Bolivia, you will find many different foods during your hands-on cooking classes and while dining out.There is also a thriving and vibrant restaurant scene in these two countries, with everything from innovative fine-dining restaurants to centuries-old rural cooking traditions to be explored.

Peruvian cuisine is among the world’s most diverse – and currently among its most highly touted. It includes age-old indigenous traditions as well as influences from colonization and immigration from many different European and Asian countries. It is said to combine the flavors of four continents, making it truly unique, and you can enjoy this uniqueness during our Lima food tours and culinary experiences in Cusco.

Bolivian cuisine is perhaps lesser-known that that of its neighbor, but it is no less delicious. From market stalls to high-end restaurants, you will find a wealth of foods to enjoy that focus inherently on the natural products of this biodiverse area.

But of course, the gastronomy is only one part of the wonders of Peru and Bolivia. The cultural sites left by the Incas and the colonial sites built by the Spaniards offer much to explore. Peru’s famed site of Machu Picchu is one of the seven modern Wonders of the World. And Bolivia also offers a breathtaking array of landscapes to explore, from giant salt flats to mountainous lakes, each of them full of unique and diverse flora and fauna to enjoy on our culinary tour of Peru and Bolivia.


Highlights of the Peru & Bolivia Culinary Tour

Traditionally dressed locals on Lake Titicaca.The 11-night Peru and Bolivia culinary vacation will highlight the rich and diverse cuisine of these two countries. Peru is considered one of the hottest culinary destinations at the moment, and Bolivia one of the most unique and up-and-coming. Your culinary tour will introduce you to the flavors and ingredients of both countries. 

The culinary vacation in Peru and Bolivia will also include unforgettable cultural visits such as to Machu Picchu, to the Sacred Valley of the Incas, to Lake Titicaca, and to the Salt Flats of Uyuni, to name but a few. 

The culinary tour of Bolivia and Peru is rounded out with city tours, trips to local towns and villages, and of course an exploration of the culinary products that are unique to the Andean region. 

Itinerary

A festival with local dress in Peru.Day One 

  • Arrival at the Lima airport and transfer to your hotel.
  • Rest of day at leisure to settle in and rest up.
  • Overnight in Lima.

Local fruit beverages in Peru.Day Two 

  • After breakfast, head out to a local market with your chef/host for your Lima food tour, who will explain the diversity of products available in Peru. After the market visit, our Lima Peru food tours will take you straight to a cooking atelier for a fun, shared hands-on class featuring Peruvian dishes.
  • Lunch to follow based on your efforts.
  • Return to your hotel.
  • This afternoon you will have a guided tour of Colonial and Modern Lima. Known as “The City of Kings,” Lima is a fascinating city with a long history. Start at the Miraflores and San Isidro districts, passing by a pre-Incan sacred site, and end in the Historic Center. You will explore some of the most historically significant streets on your way to the famed Plaza de Armas. Next, head to the Convent of Santo Domingo, a beautiful colonial structure. Head back to your hotel in Miraflores through the Parque del Amor, with its beautiful views of the Lima Bay.
  • Dinner on your own, and overnight in Lima.

A detail of the architecture in Cusco Peru.Day Three

  • Early breakfast at the hotel, then transfer to the airport for your flight to Cusco. (Flight is not included, but will be purchased at time of booking. The flight usually runs around US$100 per person).
  • Arrive in Cusco (usually mid to late morning) and head to the Sacred Valley.
  • You will stop half way through the route for a truly unique food experience. Meet agricultural engineer Manuel Choqque in Chinchero, and learn about the incredible agro-diversity of Peru. Mr. Choqque researches and experiments with native potatoes and tubers and produces wildly colored variations. He was recognized as Producer of the Year in 2018 by Summum for his important work. He will welcome you to his home, explain his work, and show you some of the 370 types of potatoes he has. You can taste some with a traditional Peruvian uchucuta sauce, made from hot peppers. Mr. Choqque also uses his products to make tuber wines and vodka, which you can also sample.
  • Chincero is a picturesque village where you will also visit the PARWA center, with its beautiful local textiles. See the church of Chinchero, built in 1607 by the Spaniards, and the town’s ancient Incan ruins.
  • Proceed to your hotel and check in.
  • Dinner on your own and overnight in the Sacred Valley.

The Sacred Valley in Peru.Day Four

  • After breakfast, head to the Raqchi viewpoint, from which you can stare out over the Urubamba Valley, Then head to the fascinating archeological site of Moray in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. See its huge concentric terraces, originally used as a botanical laboratory.
  • The salinas in Peru.Visit the Maras salt mines, where the finest salt in the world is extracted. Then head to a local restaurant for lunch, where you will try a Pachamanca. Pachamanca refers to a technique of cooking underground with hot stones. There is usually a variety of marinated meats such as lamb, goat, pork, chicken, or even guinea pig (called “cuy” in Peru – but you don’t have to try it!), as well as vegetables such as green lima beans, potatoes, yucca, corn, and more. After lunch, enjoy an experience roasting coffee.
  • Head on to Ollantaytambo and its eponymous archeological complex, one of the largest in Peru. It is strategically located on the top of a mountain. Visit also the town, which is unique for having maintained the original Incan urban plan for its layout.
  • Transfer back to your hotel.
  • Dinner on your own and overnight in the Sacred Valley.

Exploring Machu Picchu in Peru.Day Five 

  • Breakfast and check out, then transfer to the train station for your full-day visit to Machu Picchu, one of the most famous sites in the world. Your guide will meet you at the train station and will lead you on your journey.
  • You will take the train to Aguas Calientes, also known as Machu Picchu Pueblo, enjoying the beautiful scenery along the way. Upon arrival, start your ascent toward the ruins.
  • Peru culinary vacation, Machu PicchuWhen you arrive at the archeological site you will enjoy a tour of one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
  • Return to Aguas Calientes for lunch, and board the train for the return trip to Ollantaytambo, then on to Cusco city.
  • Transfer to your next hotel in Cusco (your luggage will be transferred for you during your excursion).  
  • Dinner on your own and overnight in Cusco. 

Fruit market in the steets of Cusco, PeruDay Six

  • Enjoy breakfast at the hotel, then have a visit of Cusco, known as the Imperial City. During your visit of this UNESCO World Heritage Site you will see the Koricancha Temple, an ancient Incan palace, which was then made into a Dominican church and remains standing to this day.
  • Ascent to the Fortress of Sacsayhuaman, an example of Incan military architecture. Then head to the Q’enqo archeological site, which was the location for important Incan ceremonies.
  • Finally, arrive at the Plaza de Armas and visit the Cathedral.
  • For lunch, your Cusco food tour will head to the local market to select products then use them in your hands-on cooking class. The class will be on the 11th floor in the rooftop kitchen, affording you breathtaking views of the city and one of the best culinary experiences in Cusco. Prepare an appetizer, main course, and pisco sour, of course!
  • Afternoon at leisure, with dinner on your own. Overnight in Cusco.

VIsiting Pucarà on a Peru culinary vacation.Day Seven

  • After breakfast, check out and then board the shared tourist bus to Puno. This will be a comfortable full-day (8-hour) guided drive enjoying the wonderful landscapes of the Southern Valley of Cusco and local sites of interest.
  • Visit Andahuaylillas, where you will find the beautiful church of San Pedro, a 17th-century structure with an impressive organ.
  • Visit the Raqchi ruins, also known as the Temple of God Wiracocha, and then enjoy lunch at a typical local restaurant.
  • Next head to La Raya, which is the highest point between Cusco and Andahuaylillas, and enjoy the panorama.
  • Head to Pucará, where you can visit the Incan military museum.
  • Finally, arrive in Puno and check in to your hotel.
  • Dinner on your own, and overnight in Puno. 

Town of Copacabana and the lake of Titicaca, BoliviaDay Eight 

  • Breakfast at the hotel, and check out. 
  • Have a private transfer from Puno to Copacabana, traveling along the beautiful Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world. The journey will take about 3 1/2 hours, and upon arrival you will visit the town, including its church and the famous “Virgen Morena” statue, which was carved in the 16th Century.
  • Typical food served at the table at Isla del Sol, lake Titicaca, Bolivia.Cross the lake on an hour-long boat ride to the Island of the Sun, where you will have an “Aptapi” meal, a traditional communal lunch common among the indigenous people of the area. Then continue by boat to the Incan ruins of Pilkokaina (Pilkukayna). Finally, enjoy an hour hike to La Estancia, your home for the night with its wonderful view of the lake.
  • The Ecolodge la Estancia is on the southern part of the Island of the Sun. It preserves the Andean architecture but marries it with modern comforts while respecting the surrounding nature. The cabins are built with adobe brick and thatch roofs and use solar energy.
  • Dinner at La Estancia and overnight. 

Tourists on Inca stairway (Escalera del Inca) in Yumani village on Isla del Sol (Island of the Sun) in Titicaca lake, BoliviaDay Nine

  • Rise early to watch the sun rise – a view not to be missed! Then enjoy breakfast at the lodge.
  • Hike to the village of Yumani, visiting its two most famous sites: the Inca stairs and the Fountain of Eternal Youth. Then head north by boat to visit the elaborate Chincana ruins.
  • Continue by 1-hour boat journey to the Island of the Moon and the Incan ruins of Iñak Uyu, and then finally continue to Copacabana (about 1 1/2 hours away), where you will have lunch.
  • Delicious gastronomic dinner in Bolivia.After lunch, private transfer to La Paz, about 3 1/2 hours away, while enjoying the lovely views of the Andes Royal Range.
  • Once in La Paz, enjoy an experience cooking Bolivian food at Gustu, a fine dining restaurant that is known throughout the world both for its culinary excellence as well as for its exclusive use of Bolivian products. Tour the restaurant and learn about the Bolivian products, then proceed to the cooking class. Enjoy a 3-course dinner based on your efforts.
  • Overnight in La Paz. 

The sun rising over the Salar de UyuniDay Ten 

  • Early breakfast, then transfer to the airport for your flight to Uyuni. (Cost of flight not included, approximately US$300 per person, round trip.)
  • Upon arrival, visit the “train cemetery,” with its remains of the trains of the 19th and 20th Centuries, then enter the salt flats. These are the largest salt flats in the world, the result of a prehistoric lake that dried up, leaving behind an incredible, otherworldly landscape. Visit the village of Colchani with its salt processing plant, and see the Ojos de Agua (“eyes of water”), where the underground water comes to the surface.
  • For lunch, learn how to cook in the traditional way known as “wathia,” in an earthen oven built with rocks. Eat the wathia and other Andean dishes Aptapi-style on the salt flats.
  • Free afternoon, with a chance to watch the sun set over the salt flat.
  • Dinner at the hotel and overnight. 

Jaen street lights at LaPaz, Bolivia, South AmericaDay Eleven 

  • Breakfast at the hotel, and transfer to the airport for your flight back to La Paz.
  • Upon arrival in La Paz, transfer to your hotel, and time for a quick lunch (on our own) before your afternoon tour.
  • This afternoon, enjoy a tour of beautiful La Paz, named one of the 7 “wonder cities of the world.” It lies in a valley at the foot of the Andes Range, almonst 12,000 feet above sea level. Visit the street markets, browsing the many handicrafts, weaving, and even items of witchcraft, then visit the colonial part of the city. See the church of San Francesco, the Gold Museum, Murillo Square, the “Mariador de Killi Killi” panoramic overlook, and the outdoor replica of the pre-Colombian Tiwanaku temple. You will have the unique local experience of riding the Teleférico, the cable car, which affords beautiful views of La Paz.
  • Dinner on your own, overnight in La Paz. 

Taking the funicular in La Paz Bolivia.Day Twelve

  • Breakfast, then transfer to the airport for your departing flight from La Paz. 

Exploring the center of Lima Peru.Day One

  • Arrival at the Lima airport and transfer to your hotel.
  • Rest of day at leisure to settle in and rest up.
  • Overnight in Lima.

Tasty Peruvian ceviche on a cooking vacation in Peru.Day Two

  • After breakfast, head out to a local market with your chef/host for your Lima food tour, who will explain the diversity of products available in Peru. After the market visit, our Lima Peru food tours will take you straight to a cooking atelier for a fun, shared hands-on class featuring Peruvian dishes.
  • Lunch to follow based on your efforts.
  • Return to your hotel.
  • This afternoon you will have a guided tour of Colonial and Modern Lima. Known as “The City of Kings,” Lima is a fascinating city with a long history. Start at the Miraflores and San Isidro districts, passing by a pre-Incan sacred site, and end in the Historic Center. You will explore some of the most historically significant streets on your way to the famed Plaza de Armas. Next, head to the Convent of Santo Domingo, a beautiful colonial structure. Head back to your hotel in Miraflores through the Parque del Amor, with its beautiful views of the Lima Bay.
  • Dinner on your own, and overnight in Lima.

A selection of local potatoes in Peru.Day Three

  • Early breakfast at the hotel, then transfer to the airport for your flight to Cusco. (Flight is not included, but will be purchased at time of booking. The flight usually runs around US$100 per person).
  • Arrive in Cusco (usually mid to late morning) and head to the Sacred Valley.
  • You will stop half way through the route for a truly unique food experience. Meet agricultural engineer Manuel Choqque in Chinchero, and learn about the incredible agro-diversity of Peru. Mr. Choqque researches and experiments with native potatoes and tubers and produces wildly colored variations. He was recognized as Producer of the Year in 2018 by Summum for his important work. He will welcome you to his home, explain his work, and show you some of the 370 types of potatoes he has. You can taste some with a traditional Peruvian uchucuta sauce, made from hot peppers. Mr. Choqque also uses his products to make tuber wines and vodka, which you can also sample.
  • Chincero is a picturesque village where you will also visit the PARWA center, with its beautiful local textiles. See the church of Chinchero, built in 1607 by the Spaniards, and the town’s ancient Incan ruins.
  • Proceed to your hotel and check in.
  • Dinner on your own and overnight in the Sacred Valley.

The Sacred Valley in Peru.Day Four

  • After breakfast, head to the Raqchi viewpoint, from which you can stare out over the Urubamba Valley, Then head to the fascinating archeological site of Moray in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. See its huge concentric terraces, originally used as a botanical laboratory.
  • Ancestral ritual of the Andes called PachamancaVisit the Maras salt mines, where the finest salt in the world is extracted. Then head to a local restaurant for lunch, where you will try a Pachamanca. Pachamanca refers to a technique of cooking underground with hot stones. There is usually a variety of marinated meats such as lamb, goat, pork, chicken, or even guinea pig (called “cuy” in Peru – but you don’t have to try it!), as well as vegetables such as green lima beans, potatoes, yucca, corn, and more. After lunch, enjoy an experience roasting coffee.
  • Head on to Ollantaytambo and its eponymous archeological complex, one of the largest in Peru. It is strategically located on the top of a mountain. Visit also the town, which is unique for having maintained the original Incan urban plan for its layout.
  • Transfer back to your hotel.
  • Dinner on your own and overnight in the Sacred Valley.

Waiting for the train in Peru.Day Five

  • Breakfast and check out, then transfer to the train station for your full-day visit to Machu Picchu, one of the most famous sites in the world. Your guide will meet you at the train station and will lead you on your journey.
  • You will take the train to Aguas Calientes, also known as Machu Picchu Pueblo, enjoying the beautiful scenery along the way. Upon arrival, start your ascent toward the ruins.
  • Ruins of Machu Picchu on a culinary tour with TIKWhen you arrive at the archeological site you will enjoy a tour of one of the Seven Wonders of the World.
  • Return to Aguas Calientes for lunch, and board the train for the return trip to Ollantaytambo, then on to Cusco city.
  • Transfer to your next hotel in Cusco (your luggage will be transferred for you during your excursion).
  • Dinner on your own and overnight in Cusco.

Fruit market in the steets of Cusco, PeruDay Six

  • Enjoy breakfast at the hotel, then have a visit of Cusco, known as the Imperial City. During your visit of this UNESCO World Heritage Site you will see the Koricancha Temple, an ancient Incan palace, which was then made into a Dominican church and remains standing to this day.
  • Ascent to the Fortress of Sacsayhuaman, an example of Incan military architecture. Then head to the Q’enqo archeological site, which was the location for important Incan ceremonies.
  • Finally, arrive at the Plaza de Armas and visit the Cathedral.
  • For lunch, your Cusco food tour will head to the local market to select products then use them in your hands-on cooking class. The class will be on the 11th floor in the rooftop kitchen, affording you breathtaking views of the city and one of the best culinary experiences in Cusco. Prepare an appetizer, main course, and pisco sour, of course!
  • Afternoon at leisure, with dinner on your own. Overnight in Cusco.

VIsiting Pucarà on a Peru culinary vacation.Day Seven

  • After breakfast, check out and then board the shared tourist bus to Puno. This will be a comfortable full-day (8-hour) guided drive enjoying the wonderful landscapes of the Southern Valley of Cusco and local sites of interest.
  • Visit Andahuaylillas, where you will find the beautiful church of San Pedro, a 17th-century structure with an impressive organ.
  • Visit the Raqchi ruins, also known as the Temple of God Wiracocha, and then enjoy lunch at a typical local restaurant.
  • Next head to La Raya, which is the highest point between Cusco and Andahuaylillas, and enjoy the panorama.
  • Head to Pucará, where you can visit the Incan military museum.
  • Finally, arrive in Puno and check in to your hotel.
  • Dinner on your own, and overnight in Puno.

Delicious empanadas in Peru.Day Eight

  • Breakfast at the hotel, and check out.  Transfer to the Juliaca airport for your departure.

South America Cooking Vacation Trip Details

Included in the 11-Night Peru & Bolivia Culinary Vacation

Accommodations

  • 2 nights in Lima at 4* hotel
  • 2 nights in the Sacred Valley in 5* hacienda
  • 2 nights in Cusco at 4* hotel
  • 1 night in Puno at 4* hotel
  • 1 night on the Island of the Sun in cabin accommodations
  • 2 nights in La Paz at 4* hotel
  • 1 night on the Uyuni salt flats at 4* hotel

Food & Beverages

  • Daily breakfast
  • 10 lunches
  • 3 dinners

Classes & Instructors

Your four cooking classes in Peru and Bolivia will feature a variety of traditional and modern dishes. The cooking courses will include: 

  • a market visit and then a hands-on cooking class featuring Peruvian cuisine at a cooking atelier in Lima
  • a roof-top cooking session in Cusco highlighting some of Peru’s most iconic ingredients
  • a cooking class at a high-end restaurant in La Paz that works exclusively with Bolivian products
  • a wathia demonstration showing you the traditional method of cooking in an earthen oven in Bolivia

Excursions

  • Visit of Lima historical center and Lima market
  • Visit of tuber farm and Chincero
  • Visit of the Urubamba Valley, Moray archeological site, and the Maras salt mines
  • Visit of Ollantaytambo
  • Visit of Machu Picchu
  • Visit of Cusco
  • Scenic bus from Cusco to Puno with stops at historical and cultural sites of interest
  • Visits of the Island of the Sun, Yumani, and Copacabana on Lake Titicaca
  • Excursion to Uyuni salt flats and train “cemetery”
  • Visit of La Paz

Transfer Details

  • Arrival transfer included from the Lima airport to your hotel.
  • Departure transfer included from your hotel to the La Paz airport (11-night itinerary) or from Puno hotel to Juliaca airport (7-night itinerary).
  • Transfers included during the week as indicated on the itinerary

Miscellaneous

  • Entrance tickets
  • English-speaking guide for all private and shared services (the shared services are to/from Machu Picchu and from Cusco to Puno)

Not Included

  • Beverages during meals except where otherwise noted
  • Flights (the flight from Lima to Cusco will run around $100 per person; the round trip flight to Uyuni will run around $300 per person)
  • Gratuities

Included in Your 7-Night Peru Cooking Vacation

Accommodations

  • 2 nights in Lima at 4* hotel
  • 2 nights in the Sacred Valley in 5* hacienda
  • 2 nights in Cusco at 4* hotel
  • 1 night in Puno at 4* hotel

Food & Beverages

  • Daily breakfast
  • 5 lunches

Classes & Instructors

Your two cooking classes in Peru will include both traditional and modern dishes. The cooking courses feature:

  • a market visit and then a hands-on cooking class featuring Peruvian cuisine at a cooking atelier in Lima
  • a roof-top cooking session in Cusco highlighting some of Peru’s most iconic ingredients

Excursions

  • Visit of Lima historical center and Lima market
  • Visit of tuber farm and Chincero
  • Visit of the Urubamba Valley, Moray archeological site, and the Maras salt mines
  • Visit of Ollantaytambo
  • Visit of Machu Picchu
  • Visit of Cusco
  • Scenic bus from Cusco to Puno with stops at historical and cultural sites of interest

Transfer Details

  • Arrival transfer included from the Lima airport to your hotel.
  • Departure transfer included from your hotel to the La Paz airport (11-night itinerary) or from Puno hotel to Juliaca airport (7-night itinerary).
  • Transfers included during the week as indicated on the itinerary

Miscellaneous

  • Entrance tickets
  • English-speaking guide for all private and shared services (the shared services are to/from Machu Picchu and from Cusco to Puno)

Not Included

  • Beverages during meals except where otherwise noted
  • Flights (the flight from Lima to Cusco will run around $100 per person; the round trip flight to Uyuni will run around $300 per person)
  • Gratuities

Accommodation Information

Peru:  In Lima, stay a the 4* Pullman Lima Miraflores. The hotel lies in the heart of the bustling and popular Miraflores neighborhood and has modern rooms with en suite baths. (Upgrade to 5* accommodations is also possible.)

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In the Sacred Valley, stay at the 5* Inkaterra Hacienda Urubamba. The contemporary, hacienda-style hotel boasts features like handmade blankets, exposed beams, fireplaces, and chic rooms and cottages, all with en suite baths. (Upgrade to 5* superior accommodations is also possible.)

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In Cusco, stay at the 4* Costa del Sol Hotel . The hotel boasts contemporary comforts and colonial design, comfortable rooms with en suite baths, and an ideal location just a couple blocks from the main square. (Upgrade to 5* accommodations is also possible.)

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In Puno, stay at the 4* Casa Andina Premium hotel. The hotel overlooks Lake Titicaca and boasts comfortable rooms with private balconies and en suite baths. (Upgrade to 5* accommodations is also possible.)

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Bolivia: On Lake Titicaca stay at the La Estancia Ecolodge. Located on a terraced hillside on the Isla del Sol, the ecolodge merges traditional Andean cabins with modern hotel comforts while respecting the surrounding nature. The cabins, which have en suite baths, are built with adobe brick and thatch roofs and use solar energy.

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In La Paz stay in a suite at the 5* Camino Real Suites. The hotel has a contemporary design featuring city and mountain views and a variety of suite accommodations with en suite baths.

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In Uyuni stay at the unique Palacio de Sal hotel. Located at the edge of the salt flats, the hotel is built entirely from salt. The rooms have comfortable, modern decor, and en suite baths.

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Cooking Vacations in Peru & Bolivia Pricing & Tour Dates

Find pricing and dates for our foodie vacation in Peru and Bolivia below, and contact us for availability or to start planning your trip.



Pricing:

11-Night South America Culinary Vacation Pricing

US$5860 per person based on double occupancy

  • Add US$900 for single occupancy (use of a double room by 1 person)
  • Add US$750 per person to upgrade to Peru 5* hotels

Cost of internal flights not included, but is estimated at:

  • Approximately $100 per person Lima to Cusco
  • Approximately $300 per person (round trip) between La Paz and Uyuni

30% deposit due to confirm booking.

Balance payment due 60 days prior to tour start date. Questions? Please contact us!

Holiday rates apply for Holy Week (April 5-11); Inti Raymi (week of June 24); Independence Days (Weeks of July 28-29 and November 1); Christmas and New Years. Other holiday rates may apply, please inquire.


South America Cooking Vacation Tour Dates

2023

Your South American culinary vacation in Peru and Bolivia is available on request for a minimum of 2 people. Please inquire with dates for availability.


Pricing:

7-Night Peru Culinary Vacation Pricing

US$3500 per person based on double occupancy

  • Add US$575 for single occupancy (use of a double room by 1 person)
  • Add US$750 per person to upgrade to 5* hotels

Cost of internal flight not included, but is estimated at:

  • Approximately $100 per person Lima to Cusco

30% deposit due to confirm booking.

Balance payment due 60 days prior to tour start date. Questions? Please contact us!

Holiday rates apply for Holy Week (April 5-11); Inti Raymi (week of June 24); Independence Days (Weeks of July 28-29 and November 1); Christmas and New Years. Other holiday rates may apply, please inquire.


Peru Cooking Vacation Tour Dates

2023

Your week-long Peru culinary vacation is available on request for a minimum of 2 people. Please inquire with dates for availability.

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