Travelling To Peru with Kids: The 10 Best Activities

A family trip to Peru is sure to be exciting, educational and memorable. Peru offers a wide array of experiences, and there’s something to keep every child and adult in the party entertained. To help you decide what to do on your trip, we made this list of the best…

Aracari launches The Peru Food Guide, second edition.

Peruvian food tamales

Today Aracari Travel are proud to launch the second edition of The Peru Food Guide – the ultimate culinary travel guide across the Peruvian Pacific coast, Andes and Amazon regions. Our team of travel experts have spent many months, heavily researching and updating the popular first edition of this publication,…

The Marinera: An Interview With Marcela Ganoza

Guillermo Ganoza, the father of Marcela Ganoza Bombieri- a dear friend of Aracari- is credited with saving the marinera dance and elevating its status in Peru to the country’s national dance. Ahead of her anticipated book with world-renowned photographer Mario Testino, Aracari spoke to Marcela about the marinera dance and…

Social and ecological responsibility is at the heart of everything we do here at Aracari. We have always been proudly passionate about conscious travel and sustainable tourism. Our low impact, tailor-made trips are designed to benefit, protect and preserve the communities we visit whilst also respecting the natural world around…

Sometimes everything comes together on a trip – the people, the landscapes, the timing – to make you fall in love with travel again. This year, that feeling came to me in Northern Peru. It had been a long time in the planning. Northern Peru is remote, logistically difficult and very…

ARACARI’S FAVORITE INCA SITES IN PERU – AND WHY

No visit to Peru is complete without a few visits to Inca archaeological sites – and there are a whole lot more to choose from than Machu Picchu. While Machu Picchu is certainly a must-see, there are also plenty of other less-visited Inca sites that will blow your mind –…