“Sarapampa” is a word from the Quechua language meaning “cornfield. The culture around production of this type of corn has been
linked to daily life at the Sacred Valley since early times, and is one of the oldest domesticated rops that has accompanied the
Andean people since their establishment in the region. Peruvian corn boast a variety of shapes, sizes, colours and culinary uses
like no other region of the world.
At Hacienda Sarapampa you will learn how corn influenced the Andeans and those who followed during colonial and recent times. Join us in a visit to the Gian White Corn fieldsand learn more about this unique crop and its importance in the economy of the Sacred Valley of the Incas and its farmers
Personalized experience through the route of the corn. Your clients will be welcomed by the owners of the hacienda with a welcome drink. Guided tour through the “Corn experience”, see the agronomy process. Take a ride in one of the trucks. Enjoy gourmet lunch (3 entrées, 2 main dishes and 2 dessers). Beverages included : mineral water or soda, beer and infusions. Marinera and Peruvian Paso horse demonstration. PRIVATE SERVICE, Minimum 2 passengers / maximum 10 passengers (reservation needed)FARM LUNCH
Reception by the hacienda’s guide in the courtyard with a welcome drink. Guided tour where you can see the agronomy process. Gourment lunch in the garden of the Hacienda including 01 entrée, 01 main dish and 01 dessert. Beverages included : mineral water or soda, beer and infusion. Marinera and Peruvian Paso horse demonstration. SHARED SERVICE. Minimum 4 passengers / maximum 50 (reservation needed)
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