With a human history so tested by time, and with a geography and ecology diverse enough for the successful cultivation of many crop, Peru flaunts one of Latin Americas most delectable and surprising culinary cultures.
According to ancient incas creation myth, the supreme being viracocha sent his sons to Earth to teach the people how to show crops. Since then, Peru, is a land of culinary bounty and variety, has never wanted for food. From cuy (Guinea pig) and ceviche (marinated raw seafood) to the Pisco sour cocktail and bright yellow inca kola, much of what you can find in peru unique to the region. But cusquenian menus also offer many familiar food, in particular potatoes, corn, and chili peppers, all of which have roots, literally and figuratively, in the Andes.
$600 per person.
Groups of 3-4 $580 per person.
Groups of 5-6 or more $550 per person.
$680 per person.
Groups of 3-4 $650 per person.
Groups of 5-6 or more $630 per person.