Traveling in Peru: the time is now

In the week of May 17th, 2021, Aracari marked an incredibly special occasion. We welcomed our first guest since before the pandemic back for a luxury vacation in Peru. Astrid chose to travel to Peru from Switzerland, in order to experience our Classic Luxury Peru; an itinerary designed to take…

With Aracari, traveling in Peru often includes a luxury tour of Machu Picchu – especially for those guests vacationing in Peru for the first time. Whether our guests choose to arrive at Peru’s ancient crown jewel via a Machu Picchu hike or via train on one of our Machu Picchu…

For those traveling in Peru, the allure of the country’s most famous trekking trail, the Inca Trail trek, is undeniable. Spending four to five days ascending some of the Sacred Valley’s most breath-taking scenery, along the same route taken by Incan pilgrims so many centuries before is an unforgettable experience…

A Spotlight On Our Partners:

cicciolina breakfast

Q&A With Aracari’s Culinary Partner, Tammy Gordon As part of a new series, showcasing the experiences provided by some of Aracari’s hand-picked travel partners, we’d like to introduce you to Tammy Gordon. She is a Peruvian restauranteur and food entrepreneur, based in Cusco, that Aracari has partnered with for many years…

Ayni is the Andean practice of reciprocity – ‘I help you today, you help me tomorrow, and together we make a new world.’ After three months of curfew, quarantine and containment, Yanantin Media Group, a Cusco based collective of storytellers and filmmakers, is launching the city’s first virtual dinner party…

Celebrating An Andean Easter In Peru

Easter in Peru

Easter may be observed across the globe, but nobody celebrates it quite like the communities of the Andes. Easter in Peru, commonly known as  Holy Week (Semana Santa),  offers a time for many sacred events and celebrations throughout the Andes. Friends and family gather together, and many attend church to…