Each of our experiences offers a wide range of different foods, so it is best to check each experience individually for a more detailed answer. Beware that there might even be small changes due to seasonality when it comes to fruits and seafood. However, we are a food tour company, so all the classics like ceviche, lomo saltado, causa rellena (and even guinea pig sometimes!) are very likely to be on the menu. So, if you were looking for couscous and tacos you are probably in the wrong place.
Definitely! We recommend not eating anything else other than a light snack before any experience that lasts more than three hours. Please check the FAQ section specific to said experience (tour page) for more details.
We do our best to adapt all our experiences to all types of dietary decisions, restrictions or allergies. However, please note that some of our experiences don’t offer that level of flexibility. We recommend to reach out to us before booking so we can confirm, or at least to inform us in the designated field during checkout.
This largely depends on the tour and type of tour selected (Shared or Private). However, generally speaking we like to stick to small groups (not more than 8 pax) to maintain certain quality standards, and for all participants to be able to interact with their guide and other local hosts.
We recommend to book at least one week in advance. Some experiences have last-minute booking enabled. You will find that information by checking the page of the experience you are interested in.
Shared Group tours are usually available in English and Spanish (separate groups). But if you’d like a private experience in another language, please email us at [email protected], and we will see if it’s possible to accommodate your group. For some tours where more flexibility is possible, the option is already enabled by default in our booking widget.
Again, this largely depends on the experience. In some case, it will be free, and in some other a lower fee will need to be paid. Make sure you check the FAQ that are specific to the experience you are interested in at the bottom of each tour page.
Our tours and activities support the local economy through local guides, and all our experiences include stops in businesses led by small local entrepreneurs. But that’s just the start of it. We have created our own Canada-based (Québec) foundation named Impact Eat to support local farmers in their journey to become entrepreneurs with a more sustainable business model and more responsible business practices. Finally, we are committed to providing experiences that are culturally, environmentally and socially responsible.