Aracari launches The Peru Food Guide, second edition.

Aracari launches The Peru Food Guide, second edition., Aracari Travel

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, so that culinary travelers have a comprehensive array of new information at their fingertips. The 2019 edition includes advice and information about; Peruvian cuisine, the best dishes to try, restaurants to visit, native ingredients, tropical fruits and authentic culinary experiences to discover in each region of the country.

Why Peru is a dream destination for foodies …

From a gastronomic perspective Peru must be one of the luckiest countries on Earth. The country’s diverse climate creates the conditions for a similarly varied and exotic cuisine. Peruvian cuisine has access to seemingly endless varieties of native tropical fruits, shellfish, pulses, tubers, root vegetables, herbs and spices. Beyond the colorful array of Peruvian cooking ingredients, Peruvian gastronomy is shaped by a variety of ancient and historical influences dating back to the Inca’s, through the colonial times, until today’s modern era.

Aracari Travel Founder, Marisol Mosquera comments:

Over the last decade Peru has established itself as an equal among the world’s gastronomic superpowers.

There has been an insatiable surge of interest in Peruvian cuisine over the last few years. We at Aracari been happy to respond, developing unique culinary experiences and diligently researching the finest and most exciting dining opportunities across the country.”

Who is The Peru Food Guide for …

During a brief vacation, travellers can find navigating the culinary landscape of Peru difficult. ‘Where should I eat? What traditional foods shall I try?’ are among the most common questions travellers ask Aracari advisors. Trying local foods is one of the great joys of travel and connecting with different cultures. This guide is specifically designed with the culinary traveller in mind.

The Peru Food Guide is organized by the county’s distinct regions: Lima, the highlands, the north and south coasts, and the Amazon. So that, no matter where a tourist may find themselves in this delectable land, they will be able to find good food and enjoy an authentic experience. Each section of the guide comes with an introduction to the region’s culinary traditions, before delving into a comprehensive list of gastronomic experiences and culinary destinations, recommended by Aracari’s team of expert travel planners.

Aracari Travel Founder, Marisol Mosquera comments:

“Peru has established itself as a destination for world-class cooking and fine dining, but traditional food and cooking in Peru is not refined or fancy, it’s created by the people for the people.”

“The Peru Food Guide is about popular cuisine, it’s about helping travellers to experience the best regional dishes, foods and drinks that are commonly found in the markets and backstreet eateries, that only locals know about.”

What’s included in The Peru Food Guide

The Peru Food Guide is designed to be the ultimate food and drink guide for visitors to the Peru including; Cusco & The Highlands, The North Coast, Arequipa & the South Coast, The Amazon. Within its pages you’ll find:

  • An overview of the history and traditions of Peru’s regional cuisines.
  • A comprehensive list of Aracari’s favourite restaurants to visit in Peru, by region.
  • A comprehensive list of traditional Peruvian foods, beverages and deserts to try.
  • A guide to Peruvian cooking ingredients, tropical fruits and medicinal herbs.
  • Eating and drinking etiquette and advice, whilst traveling in Peru

Over the next few months we’ll be publishing small sections from the guide to help travellers planning a trip to Peru. The complete guide is available to download via our website here.

All that’s left to say is: ¡Buen provecho!

 

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