Taste ‘picante de cuy,’ guinea pig in chile sauce, with a guided, homestyle food experience in Huaraz. Instead of a stripped-down restaurant version, you’ll get the real, slow-cooked traditional recipe with maximum flavor. Choose between lunch or dinner, and enjoy ‘picante de cuy’ in a family home or private setting.
Try a traditional lunch or dinner of ‘pachamanca,’ a celebratory dish baked on hot stones, on a Huaraz food tour that includes a meal at a family home outside Huaraz. Peruvian gastronomy goes far beyond the dishes typically available at restaurants—a challenge for travelers looking to explore local culture—but this excursion is a unique chance to experience a dish that’s an important part of traditional festivals in Peru.