You may already be a fan of tempting tacos or choose an occasional ceviche from the menu, but Latin American cuisine has so much more to offer than the well-known staples.
The food and drink of Latin America
Chile & Argentina
In Chile and Argentina, asado (meaning to grill or barbecue over wood) is exceptionally popular. Beef, pork, goat and Patagonian lamb is grilled and served with delicious salads, dips and freshly baked bread. Washed down with a pisco sour, a traditional and refreshing cocktail, you have the makings of a mouth-watering meal.
Peru & Mexico
Over in Peru, the food scene is becoming widely regarded as one of the best in the world. The country’s capital city, Lima, has seen the opening of many new restaurants, a handful of which have made it on to the prestigious ‘World’s 50 Best Restaurants’ list. And let's not forget Mexican cuisine - a food heritage so revered it's been recognised and protected by UNESCO.
We’ve selected some of our best holiday ideas to help give you a taste of what Latin America has to offer.
Latin America food & drink itineraries
- Holiday ideas
- Holiday ideas
Wine tasting, polo and gaucho horse riding are this trip’s Argentine highlights, while Chile’s Easter Island and Lake District make a grand finale
From Mendozan malbec to citrusy ceviche, the flavours of Argentina and Peru are served up in style on this culinary journey
Argentina is famed not only for its diverse and dramatic landscapes but also for the quality of its food and wine.
This eight-night holiday showcases cool, contemporary Mexico, the country’s inimitable style and its fascinating history.
Get your gastronomic kicks on this food tour of Mexico.
Explore the diverse landscapes and lakes of this ribbon of land that is bookended by the Pacific Ocean and the Andes. Venture through Chile from one of the driest deserts on Earth to snow-capped volcanoes. Experience stargazing at its best in the Valley of the Moon