Adventurers who take the time to understand the native language have an
advantage from the start. Most of our Peruvian tour guests do tend to know a little
They can say “please” (por favor), “thank you” (gracias), and “good morning”
(buenos dias). Some know a lot more, and most also know how to ask for where the
bathroom is, (¿Dónde está el baño?), whether hiking, riding, or choosing any other type
of adventure in Peru, including deep sea fishing in Northern Peru.
The experience is even sweeter if you take a deeper dive into the language.
You’ll have opportunity to use Spanish phrases when you go out your own or in small
groups, during free moments on the tour. Guests often take unscheduled but rewarding
jaunts to local restaurants, shops, or other attractions along the way. Those who do take
the time find you don’t have to know many words to truly sweeten your experience of
the people of Peru.