Be amazed by the largest electronic water fountain compound in the world, as certified by Guinness World Records. You will enjoy a wonderful show of water, lights, music and images presented in the famous “Parque de la Reserva”, and surrounded by wonderful Art Déco architecture.
Enjoy a buffet with the best of Peruvian Food while watching a show of Peruvian native dances.
Dedalo is a Barranco institution well-lnown by Hollywood stars and dignitaries looking for Peruvian arte and pieces to take home. The main concept is contemporary and urban design.
Unique collections by Peruvian designers in a beautifully restored colonial house on a quiet street next to the Barranco clifftop.
Adrenaline & Adventure Lurin – Pachacamac. Perú 4×4 Adventures offers a 20 hectar closed circuit located 25 kms south of Lima city. The entrance to this 4×4 circuit is in Pachacamac, where various prestigious restaurants are located such as Don Cucho, Kusina, La Gloria del Campo amongst others.
We will be driving across countryside where you will also see crops and some villagers. The 4×4 circuit is a closed off area and secure with diverse landscapes, where the adventure begins fist on gravel road, then on sandy dunes, without pronounced down hill driving and uphill driving also ashtray circular steep descent and uphill ascend.
So there are many obstacles where we will drive through and also on our day out we will have the opportunity to se the ocean. Depending on the time of year and day time we may also come across foggy conditions. After this small and pleasant adventure we head back to the hotel.
The Casa Garcia Alvarado which has been opened to visitors seeking exclusive luxury travel in Peru by its owners, to host private lunches and dinners and organize gala functions, as well as for local events.
At the beginning of the twentieth century, Lima’s upper class began to move their homes away from downtown Lima to Miraflores which was one of the first residential districts to be established at that time. The architecture of these homes was typical of resort homes of that period.
They were made of “quincha” (adobe), decorated with wood on the façade, and contained large courtyards inside.
Learn from the Peruvian gastronomy, the popular art and the history of Lima. Peruvian fresh fruits and products to savor at a local market. Walk through the named “Chinatown” to feel the mixture of the Peruvian and Chinese cultures.
Observe the main monuments and architecture in the Historic Downtown of Lima. Meet an awarded chef to teach you and have the best ceviche in Lima. Shop the best handicraft in Barranco, and delight in the traditional Peruvian dessert picarones made of squash and sweet potatoe.
The Art Museum of Lima, MALI holds the most representative art collection in Peru, tracing 3,000 years of history from the earliest Andean civilizations until modern times. Known as the Palacio de la Exposición, the building that is now home to the museum is located at the entrance to the Lima’s historic center and is one of the earliest and most important works built using the new technique of cast-iron construction.
In the MALI interiors exclusive dinners, receptions, weddings, anniversaries, branding launch, and others, are developed.
“The Peruvian Paso Horse and the National Celebration”, consisting of an exhibition of the beautiful Peruvian Paso horses, accompanied by a delicious Lunch or dinner of Criole food and an unparalleled folkloric show.
You will appreciate horse with its luxurious outfit “apero”, and also the typical garments of our “chalanes”.
The Pedro de Osma Museum exhibits Peruvian artistic pieces from the fifth to the eighteenth century, and offers its gardens and outdoor patio as an event venue for corporate celebrations, dinners, conferences or even weddings.
Additionally the central garden or museum can be rent during your event.