What to Do
Cusco, Peru

Learn How to Make Chocolate the Traditional Way

Here in ChocoMuseo, guests will get the chance to learn how to make the cacao paste that was used by the Mayans to make cacao drinks. Guests can also visit the cacao farm and chocolate factory. With multiple locations in Peru, families can have a jolly great time bonding here after all the sightseeing and hikes.

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Shop away at San Pedro

Close to Plaza de Armas, Mercado Central de San Pedro is a must-go when you are in town! You can find fresh fruits, local items, and amazing food choices here. You can definitely snag some fresh produces and food for really cheap prices. Place San Pedro on the top of your “to do” list, and you will not regret it!

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Ride A Luxury Train

If you stay at the Belmond, you can jump in on the idea of taking a train to Machu Picchu or travel across the Andes. The two trains are: The Belmond Hiram Bingham and the Belmond Andean Explorer. The Belmond Hiram Bingham brings you to Machu Picchu, and you get the chance to stop by the Belmond Sanctuary Lodge, the most luxurious accommodation in Machu Picchu, for a cuppa. Whereas, the Belmond Andean Explorer will take you across the Altiplano and journeys to as far as to Colca Canyon. The views along the train ride are to die for, and the culture you will get to experience is priceless.

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