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WHAT TO EAT & DRINK IN PERU

From hearty potato stews and delicious beef stir-frys to creamy caramel desserts, Peruvian food is sure to be one of the best parts of your Peru trip.

LOMO SALTADO

If you love a good stir fry, you have to try this delicious fusion dish that mixes the Chinese stir-fry with classic Peruvian ingredients. Tuck into marinated strips of sirloin tossed with fried potatoes, yellow chilli pepper, onions, tomatoes, cilantro and soy sauce, served with fluffy steamed rice.

SUSPIRO A LA LIMEÑA

It doesn’t get sweeter than this romantic dessert that got its name from the poet husband of its creator. The name means ‘Sigh of a Lima lady’, because the pudding was soft and sweet like the sigh of a woman. Made from a creamy caramel and topped with meringue and a sprinkling of cinnamon, this is simply divine.

CHUPE DE CAMARONES

WHEN IS BEST TO VISIT PERU

Whether you want to cruise across Lake Titicaca or explore the ancient ruins of Machu Picchu, here are some of the best times to visit this incredible country.

BEST TIME TO EXPLORE MACHU PICCHU

December to April are the wettest months, plus Machu Picchu is closed in February, so visit any time between May and November for the warmest weather and safest walking trails.

BEST TIME TO VISIT PERU’S CITIES

If you want to explore the famous cities like Lima and Cusco, head to Peru between May and November for the best weather - although Lima tends to be foggy in June!

BEST TIME TO CRUISE LAKE TITICACA

Venture to the high altitudes of Lake Titicaca during the dry season between April and October, for almost constant sunshine and cooler temperatures.

PACKING TIPS FOR PERU

HOW TO TRAVEL RESPONSIBLY IN PERU

Shop local

Peru has some seriously talented artisans and we’ll take you to the famous Pisac Market where you can buy wares from the locals, like hand-woven clothes and toys.

Ask before snapping

We’re sure you won’t be able to stop snapping pictures on your Peru sightseeing adventures, but it’s important to ask people if you can take their photo and it's always nice to thank them with a few pesos.

Say no to plastic

Help reduce plastic waste in Peru and bring reusable items like bags and water bottles to use while you're out exploring the spectacular sights.

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