Culinary Tours in Peru
Prepare, Sample and learn the culinary secrets of world-reknown Peruvian cuisine.
Savor the flavors of Peru’s world-renowned cuisine through tours of Peru’s vibrant markets, private cooking lessons with acclaimed Peruvian chefs, and gain access to traditional recipes handed down through the generations. Our gastronomic itinerary packages it all into one or you can pick and choose how you want to incorporate Peruvian cuisine into your Peruvian vacation. There’s a reason Peru has been named the world’s top culinary destination time and again. Discover why for yourself.
Unearth a true and ancient Peruvian feast: the traditional Pachamanca.
Common in the Peruvian Andes, the Pachamanca is a ceremonial Peruvian dish of meats, potatoes, vegetables, and spices all cooked underground in an earthen oven of fire-warmed hot stones covered in grass and dirt. After a highly anticipatory two hours of cooking, enjoy a truly authentic Andean dish that has existed since the time of the Incas. Be sure to include this on your Peruvian vacation itinerary, especially while visiting Cusco and the Sacred Valley.
Taste Peruvian pisco, sip award-winning coffee, & make your own chocolate in an exclusive three-part workshop.
Pisco, coffee, and chocolate – has there ever been a better combination? In Cusco, we can set you up for a day of indulgence with local pisco, coffee, and chocolate experts. Visit the Choco Museo for a class in chocolate making and plenty of chocolate tasting. Grab a seat at the bar for a front row view and crash course in pisco and the art of making the perfect pisco sour at Republica del Pisco. And savor the taste of world-renowned Peruvian coffee at the Museo del Café as an expert roaster walks you through the different pours and beans of Peru. This is a must-do when you visit Cusco.
Sample southern Peru’s up-and-coming craft beer scene on your visit to Cusco and the Sacred Valley.
Artisanal beer is on the rise in Peru. Outside of Lima, Cusco and the Sacred Valley are hotspots for some quality craft brews. From the award-winning Cerveceria del Valle outside of Ollantaytambo to craft beer bars in Cusco City, there’s plenty for beer connoisseurs to imbibe upon during their Cusco and Machu Picchu vacation. Finding travel experiences to match your interests is our specialty at Kuoda. Let us know your favorite beer style and we’ll happily point you in the right direction during your vacation in Peru.
Sit down for an authentic, home-cooked meal with a local family from the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
Don’t let the language barrier stop you from experiencing something as transforming as a shared meal with a local Andean family in their humble home. Our Quechua-speaking guides will be your go-between as you delve into a hot meal and an unforgettable cultural exchange. It’s experiences like this one that make international travel worth it. Seize this opportunity to connect with the locals on your vacation in Peru.