Known as "the white city" for the color of the stone used to build it, ashlar. Arequipa rests next to a volcano as the second largest city in Peru. In addition to its inherent urban appeal and beauty, it is a gastronomic powerhouse with signature dishes, making it a must-see for foodies and haute cuisine lovers. Far from the city in the Colca valley we find the Colca canyon, the deepest in the world with more than 4 kilometers deep. Perfect for adventurers with a curious palate.
Founded in 1532 by the Spanish colony as "The City of the Viceroys". What we like the most about Lima is its position as a point of convergence for all Peruvian gastronomy. All the flavors are HERE. It is overflowing with history and culture.
The grandeur of the desert meets a vast mass of complementary color: the ocean. Spend a day at the beach in the middle of the two, enjoy a cocktail, a perfect meal in a 5-star hotel or in the middle of the desert. Get to know our local wines on traditional vineyard tasting tours, enjoy the variety of water sports available, explore the dunes in a professionally driven buggy, or fly over the mysterious Nazca lines. A perfect secluded paradise.
The capital of the Inca empire and the nest of the Quechua culture that dates back to the primitive civilizations of humanity. A unique cuisine arises from the combination of ancient sacred techniques with modern knowledge and ingredients from the 3 Peruvian regions. Immerse yourself in a different world where the perception of reality and time changes. Here we learn to accept that not everything must be deciphered or understood, but contemplated and loved surrendering in amazement.