Published: 13 July 2017 by: Emily Russ
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Discover the wonders of Peru with this once-in-a-lifetime tour

Peru is undoubtedly popular with Aussie couples right now and there's a new incredible way to experience all that the exciting country has to offer. Guided by globally acclaimed food blogger Lorraine Elliot (a.k.a Not Quite Nigella), Experiential Traveller's 14-day food tour will take travellers on a culinary journey through some of Peru's most spectacular destinations. 

Take in the colour and the sights of Peru

Featuring the infamous Machu Picchu, the tour will also include a series of signature dining events at selected top restaurants. Couples can enjoy world-class fare at Central and Maido (currently ranked the 5th and 8th in San Pellegrino's World's Best Restaurants) and be treated to a private dinner in one of Lima's historical colonial mansions, Casa Aliaga. Other highlights include VIP access to the Mistura Food Festival Opening day Event (Latin America's largest food festival) and an exclusive cooking class at the private residence of a leading local chef. 

Priced at $10,995 per person twin share, the package also includes private transfers, internal flights, a personal tour concierge, plus 13 nights' accommodation in luxe boutique hotels. Book before 25 August 2017 to receive free room upgrades and one free night in Lima. 

For more information or to make a booking, visit the Experiential Traveller website here or call 1300 765 667. 

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