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Prepare to be swept away on an eight-day odyssey of Peruvian culinary delights en route to Machu Picchu!

You will visit the Sacred Valley of the Incas, the ancient ruins of Pisac and Ollantaytambo and explore Machu Picchu with an expert private guide.
You’ll have the option to do the Machu Picchu Mountain hike for the very best panoramic vistas across the complex.

Then, you’ll catch the magnificent Hiram Bingham Luxury Train complete with a four-course gourmet meal and live Andean music. It is the perfect finale as you meander back to the captivating city of ancient Cusco.

The next morning, you’ll take a privately guided visit to the shimmering Salt Pans at Maras and the terraced Inca laboratory of Moray on another Sacred Valley tour. At Moray, you’ll be able to dine at MIL Centro, the domain of the world-renowned chef, Virgilo Martinez.

You’ll conclude your gastronomic journey in Lima on a journey through Peruvian cuisine at Urban Kitchen. You’ll learn how Peru has come to the
pinnacle of world cuisine and create your own exceptional dish all under his friendly expert guidance.

Day 1: Welcome to Lima!
Day 2: Mid-Morning Flight to Cusco & Relaxing Evening in the Sacred Valley
Day 3: Sacred Valley Tour – Ollantaytambo Ruins & Pisac Ruins
Day 4: Vistadome Train to Machu Picchu & Afternoon Private Tour of Machu Picchu
Day 5: Machu Picchu Mountain Trek & Luxury Hiram Bingham Train to Cusco
Day 6: Morning Tour of Maras Salt Mines & Moray Ruins
Day 7: Morning Flight to Lima, Maido Restaurant & Miraflores
Day 8: Urban Kitchen Experience & Transfer to Airport for Flight Home


8 days, 7 nights


Peru: Cusco, Aguas Calientes, Lima, Urubamba, Ollantaytambo


2 travellers

Presented by Stel from Mitchell Personnel Solutions Pty Ltd
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– 7 nights accommodation
– 8 activities
– 7 breakfasts, 2 lunches and 2 dinners
– Airport transfer
– Entrance fees
– Ground transportation
– Licensed English speaking guides


– Domestic flights
– Travel insurance
– International flights
– Entry visas / airport departure tax
– Alcohol beverages
– Gratuities
– Personal expenses
– Laundry
– Trekking permits

designer journeys 1

Upon arrival to Jorge Chavez International Airport Lima, you’ll walk to Costa del Sol Wyndham Airport Hotel. The Costa del Sol Wyndham Hotel is conveniently located just one minute on foot from the international arrivals gate. Using this hotel means that you won’t require a lengthy 40-60 minute transfer to downtown Lima (Miraflores), allowing you more time to relax after your international flight, and meaning you are at the airport for your morning departure the next day.


13:45 to 14:00

From: Jorge Chavez International Airport
To: Wyndham Costa del Sol Lima Airport

The hotel is one minute from the airport on foot.

Costa del Sol Wyndham Airport Hotel

14:00 check-in
08:00 check-out (Day 2)

The Superior Costa del Sol Wyndham Hotel is conveniently located just one minute on foot from the international arrivals gate.

Using this hotel means that you won’t require a lengthy 40 to 60-minute transfer to downtown Lima (Miraflores), allowing you more time to relax after your international flight, and meaning you are at the airport for your early departure the next day.

Address: Av. Elmer Faucett SN Lima 07031 Peru

designer journeys 2

This morning, you’ll walk back to the airport for your mid- morning flight from Lima to Cusco. Upon arrival, you will be met by your representative and take a private transfer through the beautiful Sacred Valley of the Incas to your hotel. You’ll have an evening of leisure to acclimate to the high altitude (9,420 feet). The hotel has a fine selection of food options and it is recommended that you have dinner at Hawa Restaurant or speak to the hotel about the “Be Epicurean” culinary activities.


08:00 to 08:15

From: Wyndham Costa del Sol Lima Airport
To: Jorge Chavez International Airport


10:30 to 12:00

From: Lima Airport (LIM), Avenida Elmer Faucett, Callao District, Peru
To: Alejandro Velasco Astete Airport

Catch your flight from Jorge Chavez Airport Lima to Alejandro Velasco Astete Airport Cusco.

+ optional (not included in price): US$264.4 per person

Private Driver

12:15 to 14:00

From: CUZ, Avenida Velasco Astete, Cusco, Peru
To: Tambo del Inka, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Valle Sagrado

Your driver will meet you at the airport and take you to your hotel.

Tambo del Inka Luxury Collection Resort & Spa

14:00 check-in
09:00 check-out (Day 4)

Escape to a luxurious and mystical journey like no other at Tambo del Inka, a Luxury Collection Resort & Spa, Valle Sagrado.

This luxury hotel in Peru is nestled in the heart of the Sacred Valley of the Incas and stands as a contemporary doorway to the vast cultural richness of this region. The only hotel in Urubamba with a private train station to Machu Picchu, they go to every length to ensure your experience is truly an awe- inspiring one.

You’ll love lingering in your elegantly designed hotel room or suite with mesmerizing views of the Andes and the Vilcanota River from a private balcony. Savour the refined dining options available at the hotel, with on-site restaurants featuring organic ingredients and local products. The lobby bar even serves refreshing cocktails.

Indulge in self-care at the therapeutic spa and maintain your exercise routine at our premier fitness centre and heated indoor pool.

Address: Tambo del Inka, a Luxury Collection Resort

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Hawa Restaurante

18:00 to 20:00
2 hours

Hawa Restaurant uses the finest, organic ingredients produced in nearby farms and in the hotel’s own garden within the Sacred Valley.

Let Hawa captivate you with innovative dishes served in a dining room decorated with contemporary wall textiles called “talking knots” or “Khipus”. The Hawa restaurant offers the best of novoandina and international cuisine with local touches.

For its part, Kiri Bar stands out for its Gin menu with different types of tonic water, cocktails based on pisco, and exquisite snacks. Both have beautiful terraces with magnificent views of the gardens and mountains respectively.

+ optional (not included in price)

Address: Av. Ferrocarril s/n, Urubamba, Cusco, Av. Ferrocarril, Urubamba 08661, Peru

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The Sacred Valley of the Incas was a strategic cultural and societally important bastion of the Inca Empire. At the ruins of Pisac, you’ll take a guided tour of the upper section of the ruins. Here a majestic temple stands at the confluence of three valleys. You’ll have lunch at Hacienda Sarapampa, a truly local farm-to-fork experience. You’ll then visit Ollantaytambo, an impressive and large ruin that was one of the last strongholds for the Incas after the invasion of the Spanish.

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Pisac Ruins Sacred Valley

09:00 to 12:30
3 hours 30 minutes

The town of Pisac is located in the Sacred Valley of the Inca aside the Vilcanota/Urubamba River. The valley was a bountiful region for crop production and became a heartland of the religious and administrative sectors of the culture.
Among the most important geopolitical bases was Pisac. The complex is divided into two parts called Pisaqa and Intuhuatana.

The terracing is expansive and is thought not to have been created for agricultural uses. Rather it has been suggested, that the entire complex was aesthetically shaped to contour in harmony with its mountain setting. The mountains were considered as deities. Beautification of the site led to it being revered and respected as God-like among the Inca people.

Today’s tour focuses on the most important Intihuatana sector, dominant in its setting atop the mountain. Intihuatana is the Temple of the Sun and Inca civilizations used it as a form of the solar clock in societal and agrarian use. The connection ton astronomy runs deep and the local Urubamba River was known as the Celestial Way as it mirrored the Milky Way from the sky. In addition, at the site, you will the altar (unsu) carved out of the mountain rock. It is a fascinating ruin and many towers, fountains and aqueducts abound.

Your guide will bring the location to life in painting a vivid picture of life back in the 14th century and how the people were guided by their unique culture and thinking. Pisac is a must-do when visiting the Sacred Valley of the Inca.

⚐ guided

Address: Pisac Archaeological Park, Pisac, Peru

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Hacienda Sarapampa

12:45 to 14:00
1 hour 15 minutes

Opened to visitors in 2015, Hacienda Sarapampa offers a unique vivential experience on a working farm where you can learn first hand about the Cusco giant white corn, the hacienda life and delight yourself with a farm-to-table lunch while you enjoy the beautiful surroundings.

For three generations in the Sacred Valley, the owners have kept the traditions associated with corn farming, country cuisine and the sweet and simple living of the hacienda life. Experience the real taste of the Sacred Valley of the Incas.

A three-course meal with shared service is included.

Address: 08100, Peru

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Ollantaytambo Ruins

14:00 to 18:00
4 hours

Ollantaytambo was originally a pre-Inca foundation, until the Inca ruler Pachakuti Yupanqui led forces in 1460 and subsequently subsumed as a part of the royal estates. The first Spanish conquistadors arrived in Peru in 1531 led by Francisco Pizarro. Their advance led them to assume control of much of Peru in the coming five years.

In this time, the Spaniards effectively held power and the Inca ruler Manco Inca accepted this until May 1536 whereon he embarked on an attack of the Spanish garrisons in Cusco. It was unsuccessful and he retreated to the town of Ollantaytambo.

In 1537, the Spanish led an invasion into the Sacred Valley and the Battle of Ollantaytambo ensued. Manco Inca managed to inflict one of the few defeats of the Spanish and they were forced to flee. Manco again tried to recapture Cusco but was unsuccessful. Following further forays by the Spanish into the Sacred Valley, the Inca decided to seek refuge toward the deeper jungle at Vilcabamba. This small enclave became the

seat of Inca power until the killing of the final chief Túpac Amaru in 1572.

Your expertly guided Sacred Valley tour will include all the pertinent sectors of the ruins. The prime destination is the Fortress at Cerro Bandolista. The setting is impressive with a storeyed construction of terraces carved into the hillside.
Atop, these are crowned by the Wall of the Six Monoliths at the Temple of the Sun. Even this unfinished wall displays stunning Inca masonry craftsmanship in the pink rhyolite stone.

The guides take pride in not just directing you to the sectors of the complex but also to bring them to life. Educating you in the practices of our ancient fore-bearers, their culture and mindset. Following on from the complex we will afford you an opportunity to visit a local Inca house, much unchanged in hundreds of years. They still live a simple existence with rudimentary cooking and living; your mind will be transported back in time. Ollantaytambo and its welcoming people by now will have become a part of your very own heart and soul.

⚐ guided

Address: Ollantaytambo, Peru

designer journeys 4

Machu Picchu was revealed to the world, when the famous historian, explorer and archaeologist Hiram Bingham stumbled upon the site whilst on an expedition in 1911. Today, your expert guide will escort you on a 2.5-hour privately guided insightful and vivid tour of this UNESCO World Heritage site.

The private tour includes stops at the Caretakers Hut, Temple of the Sun, the Royal Tomb, Three Windowed Temple, Intihuatana/Solar Clock, and the quarry.

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09:00 to 10:30

From: PeruRail, Ollantaytambo, Peru
To: PeruRail

Take the Vistadome train from Ollantaytambo Station to Aguas Calientes Station near Machu Picchu.

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Machu Picchu Tour

11:00 to 15:30
4 hours 30 minutes

Machu Picchu was revealed to the world, when the famous historian, explorer and archaeologist Hiram Bingham inadvertently came upon the site whilst on an expedition in 1911. Initially, the importance of the citadel was overlooked, and only when he returned over a year later the true significance was realized. Perched high up on the edge of a cliff set deep in the high jungle of Southern Peru, Machu Picchu fabled ‘The Lost City of the Incas’ is truly a first-class destination for many world travellers.

Invisible from the Urubamba Valley below, Machu Picchu lay dormant for more than 4 centuries as it sat secluded 2,800 metres (4,000 feet) above sea level. It was considered to have been abandoned by the Incas at the time of the Spanish invasion and became something of folklore and mystery until it was re-discovered hidden and preserved in the dense jungle of Vilcabamba.

Today’s tour includes an expansive 2.5-hour privately guided tour of this UNESCO World Heritage. Your expert guide will allow you to see all the main sectors including the Caretakers Hut, Temple of the Sun, Royal Tomb, Three Windowed Temple, Intihuatana / Solar Clock and the Inca quarry.

Capturing Machu Picchu with your very own eyes is without exception an experience never to be forgotten.

This tour includes shuttle bus transfers.

⚐ guided

Address: Machu Picchu, Peru

Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel

15:30 check-in
09:00 check-out (Day 5)

Popular with those heading to the ancient citadel of Machu Picchu, Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel is an intimate Andean village with terraced hills, waterfalls, stone pathways and 83 whitewashed adobe casitas tucked away in the cloud forest.

A member of National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World, the property has 12 acres of exquisite natural beauty, where 214 bird species –such as the golden-headed quetzal and the iconic Andean cock-of-the-rock– and the world’s largest native orchid collection (372 species) have been registered.

After exploring the Historic Sanctuary and in-house excursions, guests can enjoy the Unu Spa, which combines the classic nurturing with a mystical Andean approach.
Natural products are derived from local botanical extracts (mint, eucalyptus and orchids), thus providing a pleasing spiritual, sensual and soothing experience. The first-class restaurant features stunning views of Vilcanota River and shares the secrets of Peruvian cuisine with a contemporary twist.

Address: Inkaterra Machu Picchu Pueblo Hotel, Aguas Calientes, Peru

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Restaurant Indio Feliz

19:30 to 20:30
1 hour

Indio Feliz serves an original franco-Peruvian cuisine, in a welcoming atmosphere. This restaurant is perfect if you wish to try something different.

Created by the heart of the French owner and chef Patrick

Vogin, Indio Feliz has received numerous awards and is recognised by critics and the public in general.

+ optional (not included in price)

Address: Loque Yupanqui 103, Aguas Calientes 08681, Peru

designer journeys 5

You’ll have a free morning to explore Machu Picchu once again if you wish to. This is your opportunity to visit some of the other attractions that are not included on the standard tour.
The entrance to Machu Picchu Mountain Trek will be included, tickets to Machu Picchu Mountain are subject to availability. In the evening, you’ll take the luxury Hiram Bingham Train to Poroy Station, the train includes a four-course dinner with regional wines and live entertainment.

Machu Picchu Mountain Trek

09:00 to 15:30
6 hours 30 minutes

Machu Picchu Mountain is the most spectacular yet one of the most overlooked optional treks available at Machu Picchu.

Located to the south-west of Machu Picchu citadel and towering 3,050 metres (10,007 feet) above sea level, the mountain trek offers unparalleled views of the famous Inca sanctuary and panoramic vistas of the surrounding mountain scenery. At its summit, Inca priests once performed rituals on special dates as well as liturgical greetings to the Salkantay Apu.

Unlike Huayna Picchu or Putucusi Mountain treks, the Machu Picchu trek is wide and well-marked. After the wardens hut, the trail follows a fairly even ascent of about 30-35 degrees in angle for about one hour. Gradually and steadily gaining altitude, the views of Machu Picchu and the surrounding mountains become ever-more impressive. There are several views and rest points along the way.

As the trail gets closer to the base of Machu Picchu Mountain, the steps become steeper, narrower and more challenging.
Winding on for another 30 minutes or so, the trail passes through a stone gateway, before following a narrow mountain ridge to the summit. A small round hut provides shelter and seating, whilst the viewpoint (a few more yards on) offers awe-inspiring views of Machu Picchu, Huayna Picchu and Putucusi Mountains.

The descent follows the same route but takes about 20-30 minutes less. The Machu Picchu trek is a moderate one and a reasonable level of fitness is required.

Address: Unnamed Road, 08680, Peru

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Belmond Hiram Bingham Luxury Train to Cusco

17:45 to 21:30
3 hours 45 minutes

Catch the Belmond Hiram Bingham Luxury Train, an experience in itself.

Have you ever dreamed of travelling through the Peruvian Andes on a train modelled on the Pullman cars of the 1920s? The Belmond Hiram Bingham train not only makes this possible, but it also turns a magical journey into an unforgettable experience, with personalized service that takes care of every last detail on your trip.

Travel on the exclusive and luxurious Belmond Hiram Bingham train and enjoy the elegant dining car, the bar car and listening to live local music.

The journey and ticket includes the Hiram Bingham bus to Aguas Calientes, VIP Lounge access at Machu Picchu Station, a four-course gourmet dinner onboard, live music show and a bar car with the best Peruvian cocktails.

Address: Calle Roldan s/n, Distrito de Poroy, Cusco 08600, Peru

Private Driver

21:30 to 22:00

From: Belmond Hiram Bingham
To: Belmond Hotel Monasterio

Your driver will collect you and take you to your hotel.

Belmond Hotel Monasterio

22:00 check-in
06:30 check-out (Day 7)

One of the most unique hotels in Cusco, at Belmond Hotel Monasterio you can experience the thrill of staying in a protected national monument. Here, you can discover two inspired restaurants and 122 boutique rooms and suites, all clustered around a tranquil central courtyard.

Belmond Hotel Monasterio is the ideal hotel from which to discover the delights of the city, its doors open to a vibrant scene of old and modern architecture, markets, galleries and cafes serving exciting Andean cuisine.

Uncover the secrets of South American cuisine and delight in the menu’s internationally inspired twists. Home to some of the best restaurants in Cusco, at Belmond Hotel Monasterio artisanal local produce takes centre stage. Candlelit arches, shady cloisters and spirited live music help set the scene for unforgettable dining.

Address: Belmond Hotel Monasterio, Plazoleta Nazarenas, Cusco, Peru

designer journeys 6

This morning, you’ll head out on a private Sacred Valley tour excursion to the amazing Maras Salt Mines and ancient Moray Ruins with private service. There will be an option to have lunch at MIL Centro Restaurant in Moray – en route back to Cusco. Upon arrival back at your hotel, you’ll then have the rest of the afternoon and evening to relax before your morning flight back to Lima.

Maras Salt Pans

09:00 to 11:00
2 hours

The small town of Maras is located in the Sacred Valley of the Inca. It was founded in 1556 by Pedro Ortiz de Orue. For centuries there has been salt production in the nearby Maras Salt Pans and today it is exported globally as a niche natural product.

Today’s guided tour offers a highly insightful introduction to the history of the salt panning process and production. As the pools glisten under the lucid blue skies of the valley it offers very special photographic opportunities too. The pools are tended by hand of families which have worked here for generations. They work the watercourses as required when the water evaporates, the salt is left. This is collected and carried on their backs back up the hill to the storehouse.

A legend exists too that the town of Maras was conquered by the Inca Lloque Ypanqui. The townsfolk refused to submit to his rule which angered the rule of the Inca God. As retribution, a shower of salted rain was sent down to wash the fields, fill the wells and make the lands forever barren. Today this very day it appears to have worked!

⚐ guided

Address: Maras Salt Mines, Peru

Moray Ruins

11:00 to 12:30
1 hour 30 minutes

Moray archaeological site is situated almost 40 kilometres from Cusco. It is a site in a beautiful setting and it is recommended that you take a trek with your guide behind the upper levels to get a panoramic view. It consists of four collocated concentric circular terraces.

The original purpose of Moray is uncertain, but many studies point to its function as a crop laboratory in Inca times. The layered terracing creates twenty different micro-climates of temperature from top to bottom. This terrace layout also allowed soil structures and drought resistance to be experimented upon.

The best yields would be targeted when growing seeds, checking their performance, then allocating them to a site with the most suitable aspect in Peru. This was crucially important as the lands of the Incan empire straddled many

diverse regions from desert coast to high Andes Mountain and onward to the Amazon jungle. Potato varieties alone reach almost 4,000 and so Moray was considered a key determinant of food supply stability for the Inca. The provision of food in times of need was a key pacifier in the hierarchy of Inca societal rule.

Today your expert local guide will bring this wonderful destination to life, transporting you back in time to the Inca laboratory!

⚐ guided

Address: Moray, Maras, Peru

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MIL Centro

13:00 to 16:00
3 hours

MIL Centro is a culturally immersive dining experience set at 11,706 feet above sea level. The restaurant focusses on the ancestral cuisines of the Andes and the villages within them.

The menu is entirely influenced by the altitude at which the ingredients used in the dishes grow. At such a high altitude, the chefs at MIL Centro are limited in terms of biodiversity. However, the team source fish from high-altitude lakes and use coffee, cacao, root vegetables, various meats and vegetables as well as Andean grains such quinoa which can be grown or sourced here.

On top of an interesting menu, guests can enjoy the breathtaking view of the Moray from the terraced Inca ruins in which the restaurant sits.

+ optional (not included in price) Address: Vía a Moray, Maras 08655, Peru

Entice Travel

This morning, you’ll be taken to the airport by your private transfer ahead of your flight from Cusco to Lima. Upon arrival, your driver will meet you and take you to your hotel in Lima. You’ll have the option to stop en route and dine at the world- class Maido Restaurant, a fusion of Japanese and Peruvian culinary wizardry led by Mitsuharo Tsumura. You’ll then overnight in the delightful Pacific shoreline district of Miraflores.

Private Driver

06:30 to 07:30

From: Belmond Hotel Monasterio
To: Airopuerto


09:30 to 11:00

From: Alejandro Velasco Astete Airport To: Jorge Chavez International Airport

Catch your flight from Cusco to Lima.

+ optional (not included in price): US$264.4 per person

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13:00 to 15:00
2 hours

Maido has been voted No. 10 Best Restaurant in the World for 2019.

Like family trees, cuisines are constantly being redefined, their identities enriched by an intense intercultural exchange which has formed the basis of all civilization ever since humans shared their first sounds, products, ideas, and customs. Fusion cuisine is just that: cooking, an inclusive word that perfectly encompasses it all.

The fireplace is where bloodlines merge, where people come to sing, individual and group histories are forged, life gestates. The fireplace is where dialogue is fostered, the elements meet, opposites attract. Thus was born Peruvian Nikkei cuisine: from a complex history called Peru; and another, equally complex, far-off and foreign history called Japan that merged to live in harmony and create the third reality: Nikkei Cuisine.

+ optional (not included in price)

Address: Esquina con, Calle San Martin 399, Miraflores 15074, Peru

Hilton Lima Miraflores

15:00 check-in
10:00 check-out (Day 8)

Hilton Lima Miraflores is conveniently located in the heart of the Miraflores district of Lima, Peru. Just 11 miles from the Jorge Chavez International Airport (LIM), they offer a prime location in the vibrant Larcomar entertainment area.

The hotel is just steps away to abundant shopping, theatres, museums and dining in the most famous gastronomic boulevard in Latin America. The hotel combines traditional 18th-century Peruvian architectonic elements with contemporary decor to create the perfect ambience.

The rooms are designed with comfort and convenience in mind; providing a place to unwind or to catch up on work. Hilton Lima Miraflores hotel offers the amenities and services you deserve: an outdoor heated pool and whirlpool, event space for meetings in Miraflores, a fitness centre and more

Start the day with a hearty breakfast or nutritious light bite; savour innovative dishes in the nearby gastronomic boulevard, or enjoy an array of distinctive Peruvian-American

fusion flavours and cocktails at the on-site Social Restaurant and Bar.

Address: Hilton, Avenida la Paz, Miraflores, Peru


15:00 to 18:00
3 hours

One of the most popular places to stay and live and arguably one of the coolest neighbourhoods of Lima, Miraflores lies on the outskirts of the city and has a lot to offer both travellers and locals.

Along its boardwalk, you’ll find a couple of miles of spectacular, uninterrupted parks which boast unparalleled views of the Pacific Ocean. Whilst Lima is known as the gastronomical capital of South America, Miraflores is where the best known, most gourmet and most experimental restaurants lie.

The occupation of Miraflores dates back to the oldest occupation of the Peruvian Coast, the first settlers were fishermen. the area was later occupied by several ancient cultures and the most significant reminder of this is Huaca Pucllana, a pyramid and the only pre-Inca ruin remaining in Miraflores.

+ optional (not included in price) Address: Miraflores, Peru

designer journeys 8

This morning, you’ll have the opportunity to attend a cooking class at Urban Kitchen. This private service includes lunch (that you will prepare). Afterwards, you’ll be taken in a private transfer to Lima airport for your international departure.

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Urban Kitchen Miraflores

10:00 to 14:00
4 hours

Ignacio Barrios is a spirited Peruvian chef who has worked extensively in both London and Madrid. He has ventured back to his native Peru to begin a business of what is termed “participative cooking” in Lima Peru.

The business is called Urban Kitchen; it’s not a restaurant and it’s not a cookery class, it’s a great space in between. They offer tours of the local markets to source fresh produce and explain the path of how Peru has become a global cynosure of culinary excellence.

The produce is then taken to their kitchens where tourists are taught how to create local dishes with their very own hands; all being done in a fun environment. This tour is not just for visitors as it is equally popular with native Limeños as an

authentic fun day out with friends and colleagues. Address: Calle Bolívar 357, Miraflores LIMA 14, Peru

Private Driver

14:00 to 15:00

From: Hilton Lima MiraFlores
To: Jorge Chavez International Airport

Private transfer from Miraflores hotel to Lima Airport. Driver and transfer representative.