Real food and vegan tours in South America with Pie Experiences
One of the most common inquiries we receive from our customers is whether we provide vegan tours and activities. The whole of South America has quite the reputation for being only a meat eaters backpacking destination. However, in recent years most of the continent has begun to introduce a variety of vegan and vegetarian dishes into their cooking. With cities being at the forefront of this new movement.
We as a company also know that travelers today are much more aware of environmental and animal welfare issues. We also know that it can be hard to plan out vegan tours in new places when you don’t know where to look. Therefore we have put together a list of long and short trips. This will make your life easier and introduce you to local culture and people with similar values. We strive to keep to a high standard of animal welfare and leave as little a footprint on the world as possible.
From cooking classes to yoga tours, we’ve got you covered!
Conscientious vegan tours available
Foods such as Quinoa originated in the Peruvian and Bolivian Andes. This superfood is now popular all over the world but began as a staple ingredient in a lot of South American dishes, along with many other tasty vegetables and grains. Many Peruvian dishes are vegetarian and will even satisfy the taste buds of carnivores looking for a change.
We offer vegan cooking classes all across the Andes from Lima in Peru to Salta in Argentina.
Our Machu Picchu tours also come complete with vegan menu options and take the welfare of the animals used very seriously. We implement weight limits for luggage carrying, regular breaks and nutritional support.
Visit the descendants of the Incas in our Sacred Valley tours or why not mix vegan food and yoga in our sacred valley yoga retreat, escaping the busy city lifestyle for the fresh mountain air.
Outside of the Sacred Valley we have bespoke chocolate experiences and walking tours in Cusco city and Arequipa. However, if exhilarating sports are more your thing then why not enjoy a great mountain bike tour through the mountains?
For more information on eating vegetarian and vegan throughout Peru read our blog post by clicking here.