Are you planning a business trip to Peru or are you looking for a few exciting activities in Lima, which round off your trip perfectly at the beginning or the end of your trip? Our two day extension in Lima offers a fun mix of culture, gastronomy and history with the visit of the most beautiful districts of Lima, the archeaologocial site of Peru and two delicious traditional meals.


🍏 All food on this tour is prepared mostly with local ingredients.

🍃 Hotels with this mark are sustainable. We hope you will take them into account when making your reservation.



Day 1: Lima: City Tour, Lunch & Barranco

Day 2: Pachacamac – Peruvian Paso Horse Show & Lunch


Join us for an unforgettable journey through Lima's vibrant tapestry. Day 1 kicks off with a captivating city tour, delectable lunch, and a stroll through the artistic district of Barranco. Day 2 promises the awe-inspiring Pachacamac, a thrilling Peruvian Paso Horse Show, and another culinary delight. Let the adventure begin!

Day 1: Lima: City Tour, Lunch & Barranco

Get ready to explore Lima to the full extent. Our tour starts in the morning with a visit to the Historic Downtown. First, you will stop off at the Main Square, where you will walk through its most important streets and observe its architectural monuments like the Cathedral and the Government Palace. Afterwards, you will head to San Francisco Convent and its renowned catacombs. Lunch will be at a traditional Peruvian restaurant where you will enjoy classic Peruvian cuisine, as well as learn how to prepare a Pisco Sour, Peru’s signature drink.

You will complete your tour of Lima with a visit to the Bohemian neighborhood of Barranco, a neighborhood called home by countless artists, photographers, and authors. Walk along beautiful streets lined with Republican houses, admire the splendid views, and visit the Puente de los Suspiros (Bridge of Sighs), the source of inspiration for one of Peru’s great composers, Chabuca Granda.

Meals: Lunch
Accommodations: (S) Tambo Hotel 🍃, (C) San Agustin Exclusive, (P) JW Marriott Lima 🍃

Day 2: Pachacamac – Peruvian Paso Horse Show & Lunch

Today, you will venture out of the city and into the sprawling valley of the Lurin River to see the Pachacamac Complex. This incredible site was built to commemorate the god Pacha Kamaq. It is where thousands of pilgrims would converge to pay tribute to this oracle, said to see the past and future fate of all people. The air is scented with dry earth an sporadic spritzes of the ocean breeze. We will explore the Pachacamac above and below the ground.

Afterwards, we will enjoy a traditional Peruvian lunch at “Casa Hacienda Peruana.” In its beautiful gardens, we will introduce you to the world of the Peruvian Paso horse, learning the story of this noble animal. Our exhibition includes elegant “chalanes” (Peruvian horse riders) riding beautiful horses.

Optional: Larco Museum. In the afternoon we will discover the largest and most impressive pre-columbian art collection in the world. Located in an 18th century vice-royal mansion, its new galleries display the best and most complete collection of gold and silver of Peru together with its famous collection of erotic pottery.

Meals: Breakfast, lunch


  • Hotel accommodation for 01 night with breakfast, as described in the itinerary.
  • City tour in private service.
  • Pachacamac Complex Tour & Caballo de Paso show in shared service.
  • 2 Lunches included.
  • All admission fees.


  • International & domestic airfares, unless specifically mentioned.
  • Travel insurance.
  • Items of personal nature such as gratuities, internet charges, excess baggage charges, laundry, beverages and meals not described in the itinerary.


Standar: Upon request


  1. Student Discount:

    All travelers under the age of 17 will have a discount. If you are 25 or younger, you can get a special discount with your student card. Please advise by email to give you a code for the discount.

  2. Comunidad Andina De Naciones:

    Special discounts for residents of the Andean Community of Nations.

    Andean Community: corresponds to residents of Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Bolivia.

Changes: Please read our terms & conditions.


What To Pack?

  • Travel Documents: Passport, travel insurance, flight tickets, and any necessary visas.
  • Tickets: Ensure you have your train and entrance tickets printed or downloaded to your mobile device.
  • Clothing: Lightweight, moisture-wicking clothing for jungle excursions, Jacket or sweater for cooler evenings in Cusco and Lima, Rain jacket or poncho for potential rain in the jungle.
  • Footwear: Comfortable walking shoes or hiking boots for tours and trails, Sandals for casual strolls and boat trips
  • Sun protection: Pack sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat to protect yourself from the sun’s rays at high altitudes.
  • Personal Items: Prescription medications and a basic first aid kit, Biodegradable soap and shampoo for use in eco-friendly hotels, Insect repellent, Toiletries (eco-friendly options if possible)
  • Electronics: Camera or smartphone for capturing memories, Power bank for recharging devices, Travel adapter for electrical outlets in Peru.
  • Water bottle: It’s essential to stay hydrated at high altitudes. Bring a refillable water bottle.
  • Cash: Bring cash in local currency in case you need to buy anything or tip your guides.
  • Other Essentials: Snacks for the journey (considering local and sustainable options), Spanish phrasebook or language translation app, Guidebook or maps for each destination, Travel pillow for comfort during long journeys, swimsuit.