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Imagen Try Gourmet Peruvian cuisine with a Local in the Sacred Valley of Urubamba

Try Gourmet Peruvian cuisine with a Local in the Sacred Valley of Urubamba

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2 hours

Join Diego in his outdoor kitchen where he will show you how to make classic Peruvian dishes like ceviche (fresh fish cured in citrus juice), lomo saltado (marinated beef sirloin, sautéed with onions, peppers and fried potatoes), tacu tacu (rice and roasted beans), papa la huancaína (potatoes with a spicy, savory sauce), causa rellena (potato puree garnished with yellow aji sauces and lemon, stuffed with onion, avocado and tuna) or arroz chaufa (sautéed rice with green onions and sesame seeds, a chifa (Chinese-Peruvian) dish). You will learn how to properly cut the fish for the ceviche and how to carefully balance the flavors, and he will teach you some of his favorite cooking tricks. Diego can demonstrate how to cook the dishes, or you can have a hands-on lesson. Just let them know your preferences! What better way to learn about a country's culture and cuisine than to cook with its locals?Anilu and her husband Diego run a small B&B called Pakakuna Posada from their home located in Urubamba, Peru’s Sacred Valley. Their home is an hour and a half drive outside Cusco through a beautiful, rugged mountain landscape. Diego is a professional chef and worked in restaurants in Lima. Anilu is not a chef, but she loves to eat and in her previous professional life she was a food engineer. They moved to Urubama for a slower pace of life and the chance to raise their young twins in the countryside. The B&B has a warm, relaxed feel and is decorated with artisan furniture and curios made by local artisans. Diego cooks traditional Peruvian dishes with gourmet quality, so be prepared to eat well at their home! Alcohol is available for purchase at the Pakakuna bar. They have a variety of local beers and cocktails on offer.

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Imagen Market Tour and Gourmet Peruvian Cooking Lesson with a Professional in Urubamba

Market Tour and Gourmet Peruvian Cooking Lesson with a Professional in Urubamba

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4 hours

Upon your arrival, Anilu will greet you with a friendly welcome and explain the day’s activities. Then you will set off in a rickshaw to visit the local market. As you walk through the market, Anilu will introduce you to the regional fruit, vegetables and livestock like chickens, guinea pigs, ducks, sheep and alpacas.After the tour, you'll join Diego in his outdoor kitchen where he will show you how to make classic Peruvian dishes like ceviche, lomo saltado (marinated beef sirloin, sautéed with onions, peppers and fried potatoes), tacu tacu (rice and roasted beans), papa la huancaína (potatoes with a spicy, savory sauce) and causa rellena (potato puree garnished with yellow aji sauces and lemon, stuffed with onion, avocado and tuna). You will learn how to properly cut the fish for the ceviche, how to carefully balance flavors in Peruvian cuisine and some of Diego's favorite cooking tricks!Anilu and her husband Diego run a small B&B called Pakakuna Posada located in Urubamba, Peru’s Sacred Valley. Their home is an hour and a half drive outside Cusco through a beautiful, rugged mountain landscape. Diego is a professional chef and worked in restaurants in Lima. Anilu is not a chef, but she loves to eat and in her previous professional life she was a food engineer. They moved to Urubama for a slower pace of life and the chance to raise their young twins in the countryside. The B&B has a warm, relaxed feel and is decorated with artisan furniture and curios made by local artisans. Diego cooks traditional Peruvian dishes with gourmet quality, so be prepared to eat well at their home! Diego can demonstrate how to cook the dishes, or you can have a hands-on lesson. Just let them know your preferences! Alcohol is available for purchase at the Pakakuna bar. They have a variety of local beers and cocktails on offer.

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Imagen MTB Patacancha

MTB Patacancha

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3 to 4 hours

DURATION: 3 TO 4 HOURSLEVEL: BEGINNERA unique and fun way to discover the high Andean quechua speaking communities that continue to live through ancient cultural practices is doing this bike ride, you will be able to bike across the beautiful Patacancha Valley, loving the local Weaving in the small towns that locate in the way down to Ollantaytambo.DURATION: 3 TO 4 HOURSLEVEL: BEGINNERSTARTING TIME AND PLACE: 9:00Am Ollantaytambo (If you are in a hotel anywhere in the sacred Valley or Cusco is the extra $20 for the Pick up)A unique and fun way to discover the high Andean quechua speaking communities that continue to live through ancient cultural practices, you will be able to bike across one of the most beautiful and magical routes in the sacred valley all the way down to Ollantaytambo.Patacancha and Huilloq, ancient indigenous communities are clear examples of the ancestral andean living. Their inhabitants wear traditional, colorful clothing and follow the same practices as their ancestors. Mixed with the amazing routes and andean landscapes, this trip is an ideal way to explore Inca origins.Included·         Professional Guide·          Mountain bike·         Full helmet·         Gloves·         Security vest·         Private transportation during the tourNot Included·         Alcoholic drinks·         Foods·         Tickets

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Imagen Urubamba Building Workshop: Learn Sustainable Building Techniques

Urubamba Building Workshop: Learn Sustainable Building Techniques

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