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5 Days Exceptional Culinary and Food Tour in Lima, Peru
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Arawi Hotel, Calle Colón 223 Miraflores, Lima, Perú

Lima Food Tour Peru

Join this trip to the gastronomic capital of Latin America with Bravo Brazil Turismo. You will have various days of activities focused on researching the ingredients and techniques of Peruvian cuisine, with visits to markets and fairs, practical classes with Chef Pedro Schiaffino and Pamela Tello. This program is carefully planned by Chef Paulo Machado to offer an exceptional travel experience.

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  • Olives tasting in Los Olivos Park
  • Hands on class with Chef Pamela Tello
  • Technical class on meat in the Salumeria Osso
  • Visit to the gastronomic market and to the fair of Surquilho
  • Visit to the Indian market to learn about Peruvian handicrafts
  • All meals except two lunches and two dinners
  • Visit to the Museum of Gastronomy
  • 4 nights' accommodation


5 days with instruction
Airport transfer included: Jorge Chávez International Airport
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You will stay in Arawi Hotel, a four-star accommodation located in the Miraflores neighborhood, very close to Larcomar Shopping. Your room will either have two double beds or one single bed, an area of 301 ft2, free Wi-Fi internet connection with excellent signal in all of the rooms, a breakfast buffet, and air conditioner.


Thursday, January 23

Arriving in Lima, Bravo Brazil Turismo staff will be waiting at the airport to take you to the hotel. Group meeting at 1 p.m. in the hotel lobby for a welcome drink. Depart by van to Feira de Surquillo to visit the main market of the Peruvian capital.

Stop for lunch at the Gastronomic Market, at La Patarascha Box for Amazonian food. Visit the Indian Market, a complex of Peruvian handicraft shops. Return by van to the hotel.

Depart at 7 p.m. by van to the award-winning Astrid & Gastón restaurant (not included) considered the best in Latin America in 2013 by The World’s 50 Best. Return to the hotel and overnight.

Friday, January 24

Depart after breakfast to the Agrarian University to visit the production of Peruvian native ingredients and their conservation work. Then, a hands-on cooking class with chef Pamela Tello on potatoes, producing the Huancaina, Rocoto and Ocopa sauces, cooking a Cuy and making a Chilcano, a Pisco-based drink.

Return by van to the hotel in the late afternoon. The chef invites everyone to have drinks and meet the night of Barranco this Friday. Overnight.

Saturday, January 25

Depart after breakfast to visit the Huaca Huallamarca Archaeological Site, an open-air museum of pre-Inca civilizations. City tour of the historic center with a visit to the Plaza de Armas and the Museum of Gastronomy.

Stop for lunch at Barra Lima restaurant (not included) and return to the hotel to rest. Van departure at 7:30 pm for Ceviches and Tiraditos class show with award-winning chef Pedro Schiaffino from Malabar Restaurant. Return to the hotel and overnight.

Sunday, January 26

Departure after breakfast for olive oil class. Visit Salumeria Osso, one of the most amazing dry-aged butchers in the world, followed by lunch (not included). Guided tour of the Larco Museum to learn more about Peruvian and American people’s history. The chef invites everyone to a Limeño dinner in a local restaurant or visit the Shopping Larcomar, which features Peruvian alpaca wool, piura cotton (special) stores and a variety of dining options.

Monday, January 27

Check-out from the hotel and departure to the airport with a driver from Bravo Brazil Turismo staff. End of the food safari in Lima.


Paulo Machado


Lima won for five consecutive years the prize of the best culinary destination in the world by WTA (World Travel Award). This trip to the gastronomic capital of Latin America offers five days of activities focused on researching the ingredients and techniques of Peruvian cuisine, with visits to markets and fairs, chat with renowned chefs, practical classes of Peruvian cuisine, visit to historical monuments, all in the company of Chef Paulo Machado.


The cuisine of Peru is very diverse being the result of the initial fusion of the tradition of the old Peru with the Spanish cuisine in its variant more strongly influenced by the presence of the Spaniards

Later, this miscegenation was influenced by the use and culinary customs of the French chefs who fled from the revolution in their country to settle in the capital of the Viceroyalty of Peru. Equally accentuated was the influence of nineteenth-century immigration, which included Chinese, Japanese, and Italians among other European peoples.

As an exclusive feature of Peruvian gastronomy, there are foods and flavors from four continents in one country, and from the second half of the nineteenth century. Peruvian cuisine is constantly evolving and, in addition to the variety of traditional dishes, makes it impossible to establish a complete list of its representative dishes.

The great variety of Peruvian cuisine is based on three sources: the particularity of Peru's geography, the mixing of cultures and the adoption of millennial cultures in the modern kitchen.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

What's included

  • 4 nights’ accommodation
  • Daily breakfast
  • Transportation throughout the program including round trip to the airport
  • Accompaniment of Chef Paulo Machado throughout the expedition
  • Hands on Class with Chef Pamela Tello
  • Cuisine Workshop with the chef Pedro Schiaffino
  • Technical class on Peruvian production of potatoes, corn, and peppers
  • Visit to the Gastronomic Market and to the Fair of Surquilho
  • Visit to the Indian Market of Peruvian handicrafts
  • Technical class with specialist on olive oils
  • All meals except two lunches and two dinners
  • Certificate of 40 hours / class issued by the Paulo Machado Institute
  • Travel insurance (Jan 23 to 27: 5 days)

What's not included

  • Flights to Lima (LIM)
  • Lunches on days 3 and 4
  • Dinners on days 1 and 2
  • Other services not mentioned in the item included

How to get there

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Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Jorge Chavez International Airport (LIM). Transfer from and to the airport is included on the start date January 23. The driver will have a sign with the name of the passengers staying in the airport lobby. On the last day (January 27) included also is a private transfer from hotel to airport. This transfers services to/from airport are included only on these days. If client arrives one day before, this service is not included.

Airport: Jorge Chávez International Airport Airport transfer included: Jorge Chávez International Airport No additional charges. You can request this in the next step.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 30% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.
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