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More than Machu Picchu: How to sell a fresh, tasty take on Peru

Sick of selling the same tours of Peru? Here’s a fresh and tasty take on South America that will have your clients deliciously satisfied.

With a sophisticated food culture and some of the highest rated restaurants in the world, Peru gives San Sebastian, Spain a run for its money as the world foodie capital.

That’s where Gate 1 Travel comes in.

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Here are some of the very best experiences on Gate 1 Travel’s Peru Tours sampling some of the country’s best food and wine:

Visit Tacama, the oldest vineyard in South America, located in the Valley of Ica

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Do you have clients keen for a wine getaway? Give them  an awesome viticulture experience by selling the 7 Day Peru’s Machu Picchu & Nazca Lines tour!

Tour the cosmopolitan foodie destination of Lima and its UNESCO World Heritage Site

Ready to be blown away by amazing Peruvian gastronomy? Visit Lima on Gate1 Travel's 9 Day Peru Inca Special!
Ready to blow your clients away with Peruvian gastronomy? Find out all you need to know about experiencing Lima with Gate 1 Travel’s 9 Day Peru Inca Special.

Visit a traditional Andean market at the rustic Andean village in Pisac

Pisac, Peru - August 24, 2014: Typical Peruvian street market. Photo contains many shops selling all sorts of goods and some people walking through the market.
Like what you see? Check out Gate 1 Travel’s 11 Day Deluxe Peru tour visiting Pisac!

Join a traditional Peruvian family for a delectable home-cooked dinner

Three generations of Peruvian women wearing brightly colored knitted wool skirts and sweaters are together with their three youngest family members in a town square in rural Peru.
Give your clients a once-in-a-lifetime cultural experience with Gate 1 Travel’s 14 Day Peruvian Legends tour.

It’s one of the most popular destinations in the world for trail-blazers, monument seekers and bucket-listers, but a tour that sells Peru for history and heritage, and not its contemporary culture is missing out on one of the most exciting food cultures in the world.

Gate 1 Travel’s tours of Peru take in both sides of the coin – the historic and the contemporary – in a marriage of revered sights through the Sacred Valley, taking in Machu Picchu and the Nazca Lines, as well as visits to the cosmopolis of the country, Lima, where you’ll find world-revered eats.

For more information on Gate 1 Travel’s catalog of tours visiting Peru, click here.

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