HACIENDA HUAYOCCARI
While a large part of this valuable cultural legacy is to be found at museums in the City of Cusco, the mansion today houses a vast collection of folk art, with pieces dating back to the seventeenth century. Colonial paintings, ceremonial goblets known as keros, pottery, porcelain, and Huamanga stone relics are just part of what you will discover during your visit. A blend of Spanish traditions with indigenous customs inherited since the dawn of time, this plantation manor is a perfect spot to sample life in the country, learn about typical locally harvested products and admire the colourful flora. This visit culminates with a superb meal prepared with fresh produce of the plantation. The current inhabitants of the house, the Lambarri-Orihuela family, will be your hosts
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CHEF IN CHARGE:
ANA MARIA LAMBARRI
 
CULINARY ACTIVITY:
“DEMONSTRATION OF LOCAL VEGETABLES & HOME STYLE COOKING”
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RECIPES
PHOTO & TESTIMONIALS
VIDEO GALLERY
THE CHEFS
THE RESTAURANTS

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