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Lima, Peru

Who is Peru?
Who is Peru?
Who is Peru?
Who is Peru?
Who is Peru?
Who is Peru?
Who is Peru?
Who is Peru?

Who is Peru?





Learn first-hand cultural things about Peru that you, 100% guaranteed, will not learn anywhere else
Learn first-hand cultural things about Lima that you, 100% guaranteed, will not learn anywhere else
Learn an awesome Pisco class, prepare your own drinks/cocktails


This is a Peruvian version of ‘Who is America?’ This afternoon tour will give you the perfect introduction to Peruvian culture and a bit of our history in a fun, funny way. You will learn about us in a unique, completely different style, this is not the typical touristy guided tour!

First, we’ll drive to the Morro Solar in Chorrillos. From here you will have a good sight of the city. On one side you will see all the nice apartments overlooking the Pacific Ocean, on the other, you will see the slums or aka the shanty towns of Peru's capital city. Then you will learn about the war between Peru and Chile and will find out why we love each other so much 😅. After that, we will visit the Peru brand and learn about Limeños (people from Lima) and how a single video has changed drastically our "culture" and mindset in the last decade

Then we'll head back to Selina where a special local guest will be teaching us about Pisco, Peru's national drink. You’ll learn about the history, the origins, and how to make variations of our two classic cocktails, the Pisco Sour and Chilcano, and will of course finish our event tasting a few of those drinks (or more!)

Who This Experience Is Good For

Anyone interested in culture, experiences and fun

Meet Our Local Host

The first part of the event will be guided by your very own Lima City Manager. I have tons of experience guiding groups and I absolutely love sharing local cultural things about Peru and Lima.

The second part will be led by Maurice, he has lots of experience teaching how to prepare Pisco cocktails and will even teach you our own RY variant of our most popular local drink.


5:15PM: Transport to Chorrillos, an area that’s out of the touristy districts in Lima, for our first stop
6:10PM: Second stop to explain cultural things about the people from Lima
6:45PM: Back to Selina to start the second part of the experience and enjoy some Pisco

What's Included

Local Guide
Transportation - Round Trip
Drinks and snacks

What's Not Included 

Additional drinks or snacks

Know Before You Go 

Minimum Needed: 7 people
Maximum Capacity: 30 people
Booking Deadline: 1 day before the event
Weather Dependent: No
Difficulty Level: Easy
Special Clothing Required: Comfy clothes. winter jacket. sneakers, comfy shoes, no heels
Special Dietary Restrictions: Most dietary needs catered
Extra Cash: Needed for tipping / donation / additional services
Additional Info: N/A
Liabilities: The liability for any injury, loss, or damage incurred by participants is not assumed by Remote Year or its affiliates.

There will be no refund in case of delayed flights, train delays, bad weather or other external factors



Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Locals + History + Pisco

Francisco enjoys sharing much knowledge about Peru and it's peoples customs. In a way, when you discover the food of Peru (that has many great options) you learn more about it's people- what motivated them and drove them to build up the city in the way they have. Ending this experience with Peruvian drinks is also not a bad idea. Well played.

Tonya Rizzo-Murray
Learned to make two Peruvian cocktails

So much excellent history comes with learning how to make the local food and drinks. Having that intimate connection and background makes you feel armed with a special secret knowledge going out into the world the next day! This is a great core experience, highly reccomend.