Pie Experiences

Pie Experience is an award winning South America tour operator offering unique local experiences, adventure tours, and tailor-made vacations in Peru , Argentina , Bolivia and Ecuador. All tours are Sustainable Travel Certified, designed by travel experts for authentic travel experiences.

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From indulging in the gastronomical hub that is Lima to walking in the footsteps of the ancient people in the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, Peru destinations have it all.

Spend your day relaxing on the Hiram Bingham luxury train as it winds through the Andes. Search for diverse wildlife as you cruise through the Amazon rainforest. Peer in the deepest canyons on earth in Colca Canyon or into the sapphire-blue waters of Lake Titicaca. Peru’s rich culture and biodiversity create a plethora of adventures just waiting to be had.

For those looking for culturally rich Peru destinations, you can immerse yourself in the thriving Andean culture of the beautiful colonial city of Cusco.  You will dine at some of the most premier restaurants in the world during your time in Lima, and also sip Pisco sours on the lovely beaches of Mancora.

No matter what type of experiences you desire, you will find it in Peru.

Peru Destinations

Visit Lima and Its Region

Lima is truly a food connoisseur’s dream come true. With three of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants (Central, Astrid y Gaston, & Maido) and some of the best seafood in the world, it is not hard to see why Lima has become a favorite among Peru destinations. You can even learn to make ceviche with some of the worlds finest chefs. From traditional Peruvian dishes to fusions from all around the world, Lima is culinary paradise.

Once you have had your fill of delicious food and wine, visit Miraflores to enjoy luxury boutiques and a vibrant nightlife, or stroll through quaint shops and cafes in the romantic, bohemian neighborhood of Barranco.

Peruvian seafood ceviche in a excellent restaurant in Lima, Pie Experiences
Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Apostle and Evangelist, Lima, Pie Experiences

Visit Cusco and Its Region

Cusco is the most popular of all Peru destinations. While travelers typically visit  Cusco on their journey to the most famous of all Peru destinations, Machu Picchu, they stay for Cusco’s vibrant culture and friendly people. With many colonial churches, monasteries, and convents, you will find classic Inca stonework around every corner. Follow the quaint cobblestone streets through pre-Colombian doorways and you will find colorful markets with traditional Peruvian crafts. Throughout Cusco you will find phenomenal local cuisine, such as the famous guinea pig and alpaca.
For a truly unforgettable experience, take the Hiram Bingham luxury train to Machu Picchu.
Main Square and the Church of the Society of Jesus in Cusco, Peru, Pie Experiences
View from the terrace of the Belmond Sanctuary Lodge Hotel, Machu Picchu, Peru, Pie Experiences

Visit Arequipa and Its Region

Arequipa is nicknamed the “The White City” due to being built almost entirely out of sillar, a white volcanic stone. This, along with the extraordinary backdrop of volcanic peaks, makes Arequipa one of the most poetic Peru destinations.
No trip to Arequipa would be complete without a visit to Barrio San Lázaro. Here you can visit picanterías, traditional eateries that will provide the most authentic setting to truly experience the savory cuisine of the Peruvian people. A highlight of the charming and quintessential city of Arequipa is the Santa Catalina convent. This fully functional and aesthetically beautiful convent was built in 1579 and is the most important and prestigious religious building in Peru.
For those wanting to escape the city, take a tour of Colca Canyon where you can catch a glimpse of the truly magnificent Andean condor soaring over the world’s deepest canyon.
Arequipa is sure be an unforgettable experience.
Habitante del valle del Colca, Arequipa, Peru, Pie Experiences
Main square of Arequipa and the Cathedral, Arequipa, Peru, Pie Experiences

Visit Nazca and Its Region

South of Lima lies a desert paradise positioned between the Andes and the Pacific ocean. This is home to the world-famous Nazca Lines, of the most popular Peru destinations. These impressively large geoglyphs cover nearly 1,000 sq. kilometers. Not far from Nazca lies Huacachina. Epitomizing the term “desert oasis”, you will be hard pressed to find a more beautiful location to picnic and watch the sunset. As you move towards the coast you can’t skip Hacienda Queirolo, located in the middle of a beautiful vineyard with gorgeous republican architecture, you won’t find a more exquisite Peru location for wine tasting. When finally reaching the Peruvian coast visit Paracas National Reserve and Ballestas Islands. Here you will take a private wildlife tour where you will see everything from sea lions to Humboldt penguins.
Hotel Viñas Queirolo in Ica, Peru with Pie Experiences
Paracas Nationa reserve in Ica Peru

Visit Puno and Its Region

Puno, the folkloric capital of all the Peru destinations, hosts the Candelaria festival every year. Located on the shores of Lake Titicaca, Puno is a great jumping off point for the region. If you are looking for a home base you don’t need to go far. Titilaka is a boutique lodge located on a private peninsula just south of Puno. If you would prefer to relax on one of the many islands try the charming Amantica Lodge. Both offer incredible, exclusive, and authentic experiences. From here visit the Taquile, Amantani, and Uros floating islands of Lake Titicaca. No matter where your adventures take you, being surrounded by snow capped peaks and crystal blue water, you can’t go wrong.
The Lake Titicaca & its islands, Uros, Puno, Peru with Pie Experiences
Amantica Lodge on Amantani island Puno Peru with Pie Experiences

Visit Puerto Maldonado and Its Region

Puerto Maldonado is the best gateway to the Amazon of any Peru destination. Before you venture off to explore the richest biodiversity in the world, spend some exploring the market in the region. You will also have the chance to see the ProNaturaleza Butterfly Fly farm. This exhibit has an incredible collection of butterflies from the surrounding area, giving you a chance to get an up close experience. From here, head to  to Monkey Island, a wildlife refuge built to reintroduce the animals to the rainforest. For the best wildlife watching take an Amazon cruise down the Madre de Dios to Lago Sandoval. Here you can stay at a gorgeous luxury lodge in the heart of the Amazon. You will have the opportunity to see turtles, exotic birds, caiman and the endangered river otters.
A caiman on a jungle excursion in the Tambopata reserve Madre de Dios Puerto Maldonado Pie Experiences
Inkaterra Reserva Amazónica in Tambopata Madre de Dios Peru with Pie Experiences

Visit Iquitos and Its Region

Iquitos is a port city and a great jumping off point for the tribal villages of the northern Amazon. While in Iquitos, visit the floating neighborhood of Belen for fresh local produce. Iquitos also has the Amazonian Manatee Rescue Center. You are able to visit young manatees before they are released back into their natural habitat. Pacaya-Samiri national reserve is home to these manatees, and the only Peru destination you can spot the famous pink dolphins. Take an Amazon cruise to experience a wide array of wildlife. Throughout these region several indigenous communities still exist, such as the Yaguas. The opportunity to visit one of these communities is incredibly unique. It will give you the chance to view customs and traditions that have existed for 1,000 years.
If this isn’t an authentic enough experience you can venture into the jungle with a shaman to an ayahuasca retreat. Here you will experience what some consider to be the most transformative experience of their life.
Aqua Expeditions on the Amazon river Aria Amazon Outdoor Lounge Pie Experiences
A macaw on a jungle excursion in the Pacaya-Samira National Reserve near Iquitos