Flavours of Peru & Chile

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Peru is an astonishingly varied country, where landscapes range from the towering icy Andean peaks to the steamy depths of the tropical Amazon. Home to one of the most ancient and sophisticated cultures on the continent, it has given rise to some of the finest examples of art and craftsmanship we know.

With African, Arab, European and Asian influences, Peru’s cuisine is as much an ethnic melting pot as its population. Great cultural diversity has bought a fusion of ingredients and techniques and the food here, from the bountiful food markets to the novoandina (Peruvian nouvelle cuisine), is exquisite.

‘Flavours of Peru and Chile’ explores the many aspects of Peru’s rich Andean and colonial past, including the incomparable Machu Picchu and the Incan sites of the Sacred Valley & Cusco. You will also enjoy hosted meals and private cooking classes with leading Peruvian chefs, behind the scenes access to private Peruvian mansions and art collections and a hosted tour of Lima Art Museum by its curator. The fitting finale to this incredible adventure is an immersion into the expansive and daunting Atacama Desert in neighbouring Chile, a lunar landscape with glistening salt flats and flamingo-filled lakes.

This journey is a true tapestry of ancient culture, rich artwork, phenomenal scenery and are opportunities to witness the unique and unexpected with a group of like-minded ladies!

 

 


Why we like it

A Secret Women's Series journey
Exploration of the Atacama Desert
Private cooking classes hosted by leading chefs
Peruvian mansions & private art collections unveiled
Cusco, the Sacred Valley & Macchu Picchu
Rail journey to Macchu Pichu aboard Vistadome

At a Glance

Day 1 | Arrive Lima - Hotel B | 2 nights | Breakfast only
Day 3 | Fly to Cusco, drive to Urubamba Sacred Valley - Sol y Luna | 2 nights | Breakfast only
Day 5 | Vistadome train to Machu Picchu—Machu Picchu Pueblo | 1 night | Half board
Day 6 | Vistadome train to Cusco—Monasterio de Cusco | 2 nights | Breakfast only
Day 8 | Fly to Lima—Hotel B | 1 night | Breakfast only
Day 9 | Fly to Santiago—Holiday Inn Santiago Airport | 1 night | Breakfast only
Day 10 | Fly to Calama, by road to Atacama Desert—Alto Atacama | 4 nights | All Inclusive
Day 14 | Fly to Santiago, end of itinerary

Key facts

Dates: scheduled for departure in Sept 2017
Length: 13 nights | 14 days
Ex: Santiago
Price:  USD $10,990 per person, sharing
Min: 8 | Max: 12 travellers
Itinerary, prices and dates are subject to change

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