Hi, would like to know which of the tours you would recommend?
We did the all-day gourmet tour. Included visit to a coffee place, a juice bar (smoothie) place, a fruit/veg/fish market, pisco sour and ceviche making lesson,and finally a late lunch at the museum with authentic local food. A truly great day!
The all day tour.
Late lunch was the fina.
Really good chance to socialize with other travellers throughout.
The evening tour was amazing. Come extra hungry and you must enjoy a good string Pisco Sour or two or three.
We did the day tour. It was indeed wonderful !
We did the day tour. It was fun and educational. I highly recommend it.
I did the day tour - it was amazing! I can highly recommend it
We did the night tour and enjoyed seeing the lively spots that way. I think traffic is easier at night, too.
I assume the day tour is great, too, but we absolutely loved the evening tour. We had about 12 people and Jossi was the perfect hostess. Great food, great fun. My wife and I are not group tour people so we were skeptical but I think we both agree that this tour was about the best thing we did in Peru. I highly recommend doing it early in your trip to Peru as it will give you a good background for all the food you eat later on. While it's good to not eat too much before the tour, eat something or that first Pisco Sour will leave you pretty buzzed!
We did the night time tour, it was great! We made plantain ceviche at Ames, and ended up at a restaurant by excavated pyramids then walked around the Barranco district with Jossi as our guide. She had a lot of knowledge about the city's history, besides her knowledge and passion for food since she's a chef. I really recommend checking out the bnb Second Home Peru in the Barranco district. It's owned by the famous local artist Victor Delfin and the ocean view rooms are wonderful. I wouldn't recommend these though, if you're traveling with children. It's more of a romantic couples thing. My husband and I fell in love with Peru!
We did the group evening tour. We had about 11 people in our group which is their biggest size. We thought it might be too many people but, it led to a fun, lively group with a lot of great conversation. My parents took the group tour on a different night and they were the only ones. They also loved their tour and the guide was excellent source of info for them. The night tour is great bc when you eat att he ruins they are lit up and amazing. Hope that helps.
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