PERU

Exploring Peru through a kaleidoscopic lens means immersing yourself into the nuances of culture and the subcultures that exist in the country. 

There are Japanese- Peruvians, Afro-Peruvians, Israeli-Peruvians, and Quechua people stirring a melting pot of intercultural dialogues, diverse foods, art, music, festivals, and so much more. 

There are Japanese- Peruvians, Afro-Peruvians, Israeli-Peruvians, and Quechua people stirring a melting pot of intercultural dialogues, diverse foods, art, music, festivals, and so much more. 

This multi-cultural society offers you a cultural experience that goes beyond your expectations redefining tourism with sustainable glamping, pottery classes, by Quechan artisans, and Afro-Peruvian dance classes, to name a few. 

OVERVIEW

Peru, a country with diverse microclimates and regions spanning from mountains, jungle, and coast, offers a unique cultural experience. EN-NOBLE’s approach to Peru goes beyond Machu Picchu to include subcultures that exist in Peru including Japanese- Peruvians and Afro-Peruvians. The Japanese-Peruvian cultural experience includes a visit to a cultural center, a Japanese-Peruvian food experience, a Japanese tea garden, and a Buddhist temple. This activity also gives you access to the history of Japanese citizens who emigrated to Peru for the first time as well as their descendants. Join us for a night of cultural exchange with Japanese-Peruvian cultural representatives, learning more about their cultural nuances.

Sightsee Lima’s modern side of the city, stop in Miraflores and Huaca Pucllana, enjoy a night strolling the streets of San Isidro. Watch a shoemaker create your next pair of sandals or boots using the best hardwood species and genuine leather from the interior of the country, supporting local farms and small businesses apart of the rural tourism initiative. Head to Southern Lima and experience the intensity of the Ballumbrusio family through an interactive show, experience the Afro-Peruvian dance called zapateo and the traditional Afro-Peruvian cuisine. Learn about the history of Afro-Peruvians in the country of Peru, their outstanding contributions to society and their unique culture.

Spend quiet time observing the sunset on dunes overlooking the Huacachina Lagoon and learn about the history of the Sirena de la Huacachina. Visit an artisanal winery and enjoy the making of a pisco sour, Peru’s famous drink! Travel north to Cusco to meet with Quechua people, discover the ancient knowledge of the Incas and face one of the seven wonders of the world, Machu Picchu. 

CULTURAL TRAVEL PERU

This multi-cultural society offers you a cultural experience that goes beyond your expectations redefining tourism with sustainable glamping, pottery classes, by Quechan artisans, and Afro-Peruvian dance classes, to name a few. 

Duration:

10 days

When:

All Year

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