Grupo 1398

Flaunting the ‘World’s Best Food City’—Lima, in Peru; globally acclaimed vineyards across Chile’s Central Valley and Mendoza in Argentina; plus regional specialties going back to ancient times; a gastronomic tour of South America is an absolute must for all foodies. You can expect an abundance of fresh seafood, a passion for local organic farming and a whole host of endemic ingredients too, from Michelin-star restaurants to rustic fare cooked on an open grill, fish straight from the sea and vegetables grown just meters from your dining room. 

Lima’s gastronomic prowess is undoubtedly at the heart of it all, thanks to a growing reputation for fusion flavors, cutting-edge techniques and signature dishes such as ceviche or lomo saltado. The rural areas of South America are then much better known for their one-pot cooking, huge varieties of native produce and growing techniques taken from the Inca.

Other top dishes in Latin America include prime steak and flame-grilled churrasco from the Pampas in Argentina, empanadas (which can be found everywhere), tasty tamales and hearty black bean stews in Brazil. There are then chef-hosted cookery classes to try, farmers markets, exclusive dining experiences and endless cocktail bars, wineries and tasting tours no matter where your foodie tour of South America takes you. 



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7 Days / 6 Nights

Unmissable Peru

Take in the must-see sites of Peru in one fantastic tour

  • Lima, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Cusco City
  • Starts: daily
  • Best time to travel: Year-round tour

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