Lima

  • An extraordinary journey of discovery following the footsteps of the Incas.

  • Discover LIMA, a cosmopolitan, bustling, and inspiring city, an heir to a fascinating past and a privileged geographic location. 


    This itinerary will take you to Lima’s most remarkable locations, which are an integral part of the city’s personality and magnetism. 


  • Discover Peru in a program specially designed for gourmet enthusiasts with an appetite for history and adventure.

  • PERU: a photographic discovery is a program specially designed for travelers interested in seeing.
    Peru from a photographic perspective: how to work with the locals, how to feel a part of a place that is at first-glance foreign, and how to consider light and composition while creating your images.

  • Increased interest in peruvian heritage, colonial architecture and culinary excellence attract the world's savviest travelers to Peru. Lima, once considered only a quick stopover on the way to Cusco, is now seen as a destination.

  • We will see unrivaled art collections from the Vice royal period, which include an astounding array of paintings, sculptures and objects of art that date back to the 16th century.

  • Larco Museum, one of the most inviting sites in Lima, offers a host of unforgettable experiences. The curator will guide us on a leisurely visit through the museum’s many rooms, each of which houses impressive and unique ceramics or silver and gold jewels.

     

     

  • Specifically designed for female travelers eager to understand what life is like for women of other societies, this adventure will allow us to see life through the eyes of the women who shape the country’s history day-to-day.

    Our guides will be the curator of Larco Museum, who will give us a lesson on Pre-Columbian art, or Penelope Alzamora, who, spoon in hand, will take us on a tour through the best of Peruvian gastronomy.

  • Just imagine what it will be like to, basket in hand, visit a typical market in Lima.
    The smells and colors are intense and inviting. Our host will be Penelope Alzamora, a Peruvian chef who studied and worked in Boston and San Francisco before settling back in Lima.