Culinary experience in Peru + New Years Eve in Cusco

December 26th, 2015 - January 3er, 2016

Outland Cuisine will be hosting an unforgettable & unique experience for one of the most festive New Years Eve celebration. Join us to welcome the New Year at Fallen Angel Restaurant in the magical city of Cusco “The navel of the world” plus exclusive tours to Machu Picchu and culinary classes in Lima in an unforgettable Friendly experience


Lima, Cusco, Machu Picchu, Sacred Valley, Cusco, Lima.

9 Days / 8 Nights.

A private transportation service with a guide will pick you up from the airport at the established time and will transfer you to your hotel. Lima is a modern metropolis full of history, which has approximately ten million inhabitants and is going through an exciting process of cultural and economic changes.

After our tasting breakfast you will be transferred to Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Institute for your first participative culinary lesson by an accredited Chef Instructor for an introductory class of traditional Peruvian Food. After the class we will enjoy a delicious tasting menu at the restaurant of the institute.

Later we will have our private tour to Lima’s downtown. Arriving at the Main Square, where Lima was first founded as “The City of Kings,” in 1535, and then as capital of the Republic of Peru, in 1821, when the country became independent from the Spanish Crown. We will see the Presidential Palace and the Lima Cathedral, apart from the Aliaga House, an ancient viceregal house delivered by Francisco Pizarro to his captain Jerónimo de Aliaga, after the foundation of the city, and its construction started in 1535. You will then go to Saint Francis’ Church, which has an enviable collection of old books and it is possible to visit an authentic network of catacombs. When you finish the visit to the built-up area, a World Heritage listed by UNESCO, you will visit the modern Miraflores and San Isidro districts, ending the tour at the Love Park, located in front of the ocean, which shows a spectacular sight of Lima’s Bay.

Tonight we will have our welcome dinner at El Señorio de Sulco. This elegant restaurant, is located at the northern extreme of the Miraflores district, takes a thoughtful approach to traditional Peruvian cooking. The restaurant has several dining rooms, including a piano bar and an enclosed terrace that overlooks the coast. Many of the dishes come served in earthenware pots.

After dinner we will enjoy a bar-tour to interact with locals in select and friendly environment.

Early this morning you will be transferred to the market of Villa Maria. The fishing terminal of Villa Maria constitutes an ictio-gastronomic experience. Upon arrival, a full bid of all types of seafood displays before us. From the entrance, we are received by the almost controlled chaos, typical of these markets.

The “caseros” stand before their refrigerating vans offering their fish like “toyo”, “corvina”, “lenguado”, “diablos”, and many other local species. Filleting is optional and can be done in situ. The most picturesque area is in the middle of the terminal, and is the zone of seafood merchandising. One handful or bunch (eight dozens) is the standard unit of measurement for scallops and bivalves. Shells, shrimps, lobsters, can be acquired for little money. For this visit it is recommendable to wear boots, as the floor is always wet with “water” running through open channels. You will then continue to the wholesale fruit market of Surquillo, that houses the most priced treasures of the coast, highlands and jungle. You can enjoy delicious and refreshing fruit juices

After that you will head to Le Cordon Bleu for your participative cooking lessons

This evening we will enjoy our dinner at Junius Restaurant, located on the Double Tree Hotel. Here you can enjoy a folkloric show that includes new folkloric dances collected from many regions of our country, combining with an exquisite and variable Peruvian buffet with the most complete gastronomic menu.

Early in the morning we will be transfer to the airpor to take our flight to the city of Cusco.

After check in at our hotel, we can take some time to rest and get used to the altitude of the city (11,500 feet over the sea level).

In the afternoon, we will have an exclusive city tour that starts at San Cristobal Plaza to enjoy a panoramic view of the city.  We will then visit the San Pedro market, where we will be able to appreciate the local flavors and learn about the local production.

We will then continue to the Koricancha Temple that will welcome us with its splendor.  “The Golden Precinct” is the meaning of its name in Quechua and we can still feel the sumptuousness of its walls that were once lined in gold sheets.

From San Blas, the craftsmen’s quarters we will walk down along the Hatun Rumiyoc street, finding midway the Inca Roca Palace, today the Archbishop’s Palace; and we will have time to appreciate the worldwide famous Stone of the Twelve Angles.

We will go on to the Main Square to visit the Cathedral that houses invaluable colonial works of art.

At night, we will have dinner at Limo, Peruvian cuisine & pisco bar.

This restaurant offers a selection of traditional Peruvian dishes combined with other of Asian fusion, presented in a modern manner in an unmatchable environment.

The internationally known chef, Coque Ossio, seeks to blend the culinary past of Peru with its present while hinting its future.

We will discover together a unique sample of Peruvian gastronomy that only Limo can offer.

Overnight in Cusco

Note: Because de difference in time arrivals from of the flights coming from Lima, we will have the morning and lunch as a free time. We will be at your disposition to help you to plan this time in Cusco

In the morning, we will get away from the crowds to visit Sacsayhuaman, an impressive citadel full of colossal fortress surrounded by beautiful landscapes in complete communion with nature.  We will then continue to the Inca shrine of Qenqo, with its awesome altar for sacrifices embedded in the side of the rock.  We will finally reach the Puca Pucara watchtower and Tambomachay, a monument of noticeable architectural excellence, considered one of the pillars of the Andean view of the world.

Lunch will be at MAP Café. Located in the court of the Pre-Columbian Art Museum, MAP Café is engaged in waiting on its customers with the best of contemporary Peruvian high cuisine. MAP Café is well-known for its integrating dishes, added to first rate service.  The contrast between the minimalist modern crystal structure of the restaurant and the architecture of the Colonial court where it is located exemplifies the fusion between the old and the new which is illustrated in its menu.  MAP Café outstands for a great bilingual service and a vast list of wines and an unforgettable gastronomic experience.

We will have the rest of the afternoon at leisure to walk around the city at our own.

At night, we will be transferred to the Fallen Angel restaurant to have our New Year’s Eve dinner. Minutes before midnight we will walk with all our friends from the restaurant in a big colorful traditional parade around the streets and celebrate around the Main Square sharing a magical time with other locals and visitors. There, we will spend the very first minutes of 2016 and then we will come back to the restaurant to have fun the rest of the evening.

Note: Transportation back to the hotel after the party is not included.

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  • All transfers, visits and excursions on  Private Basis.
  • Transfers, tours, meals and entrances as mentioned on the detailed program. 
  • Breakfast
  • 4 Lunch (1 as a snack)
  • 3 Dinners
  • 1 Culinary Class  by chef follow by dinner
  • New Year’s Eve Party and Dinner at Fallen Angel that includes:
    • Buffet dinner
    • Wings as part of the dress code
    • A bottle of  bubbly wine per person
    • 10 “coins”, to be changed by 05 beverage from the Open Bar until 2:00am
    • Vodka with Orange juice or Sprite
    • Ron & Coke
    • Gin & Tonic water
    • Pisco & Chilcanos
    • Beer
    • A bottle of bubbly wine per person
    • Water
    • (After that it will be possible to purchase more drinkings)
  • Private Guided tour to Machu Picchu full day on Vistadome train service
  • 1 bottle of water per person per day


  • International air tickets.
  • Domestic air tickets.
  • Airport taxes
  • Optional activities or additional services
  • Meals not mentioned on the program. 
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips for transfers, guides or waitress.
  • At the moment of the booking and confirmation we will collect a deposit of USD $200 non-refundable in case of cancelation. This payment will be at the moment of the final Payment.
  • 80 days prior group arrival (October 8th) we require 50% of the total payment.
  • 55 days prior group arrival (November 5th) we require full payment.
  • 65 days prior group arrival, there will be no cancellation fees except for the U$D 200 for the booking and confirmation fee
  • Less than 65 days, cancellation fees may be charged, according to supplier’s charges.
  • We do not accepts partial cancelations. Will be not refund for missing meals, tours or trips, classes, New Year’s Eve party, etc.

Route to Machu Picchu

a) Carry-on Baggage Allowance:

Especially on the route Ollantaytambo – Machu Picchu – Ollantaytambo, to ensure the safety and comfort of all passengers on board, each passenger may take

The train ticket allows ONLY the transportation of the Client and their hand luggage according to the following measures:

  • 1 bag or backpack 
  • 5kg/11lb 
  • 62 inches/157cm (length + height + width)