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Let us show you our chosen destinations the way we’ve been privileged to experience.

What's in the name? Travel + Limes. Limes means several things to us. A path, a borderline, a door into another culture, and also citrus fruits. Limes were introduced to Peru during the Spanish conquest and could only blossom in northern Peru, the area where one of our founders is from. Add the Travel and you've got the whole picture.

Our Latest Work

Australia Through Pictures - Tasmania

Tasmania is named after Dutch explorer Abel Tasman, who made the first reported European sighting of the island on 24 November 1642. Ta .. Read More

Isla De Los Uros, Lake Titicaca - Puno, Peru

Lake Titicaca is known for a population of people who live on the Uros, a group of 40+ artificial islands made of floating reeds. I .. Read More

Peru Through Pictures - Peruvian Cuisine

As with any art, Peruvian cuisine exists because it pleases the senses. It is the most distinctive trait in Peruvian culture since it c .. Read More

 

Did you know?

  • Once considered one of the most important food by Andean civilizations, but overlooked for centuries by the rest of the world, Quinoa has recently been rediscovered as one of the most nutritionally complete foods in the world. Quinoa contains more protein than any other grain and is known for its medicinal value.

  • Peru is considered the leading culinary destination in South America and its capital Lima regarded as the gastronomic capital of Latin America. Peruvian cuisine is one of the most diverse in the world and it’s the most distinctive trait in Peru’s culture. Influences from the Andes, Spain, Africa, China, Italy and Japan converge in almost 500 typical dishes to what is known as Peruvian national menu.

  • Other names: seviche, sebiche, ceviche, cubiche. It is a dish of fresh fish and / or seafood, and prepared with lime juice, chopped onions, salt and chilli peppers (aji). Cebiche is usually served with sliced corn, boiled potato, yucca and lettuce.

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