The Nasca Lines, are a series of ancient geoglyphs shrouded in mystery. Located in the Nasca Desert in southern Peru, they were designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994. More than 70 are zoomorphic designs of animals such as birds, fish, llamas, jaguars, monkeys, or human figures. Definitely something you don’t want to miss!

Your package includes

  • Accommodation for 1 night in double occupancy
  • Meals: 1breakfast
  • Roundtrip transfers
  • Meet and greet by our representatives
  • Visits as per itinerary with English speaking local guides
  • Taxes and fees

Not Included
International airfare · beverages · gratuities.



At the coordinated time, you will be transferred to the bus station to board your regular bus to the beachside town of Paracas, located approximately 3 hours 30 min south of Lima. Upon arrival, take the 1 hour and 40 minute flight over the Nasca Lines. A once in a lifetime chance to see and to photograph this immense PreIncan astronomical calendar comprised of extraordinary and mysterious designs that were discovered in the 1930’s. After, return to your hotel. Accommodation: Paracas


After breakfast, take your two hour boat trip to the famed Ballestas Islands to enjoy the sights and sounds of fascinating Peruvian coastal wildlife living there, marine animals like sea lions, Humboldt penguins, and an endless number of migratory birds. Along the way, there will be ample opportunity to marvel at the Candelabro, a mysterious and huge geoglyph that stands watch over the Ica coastline. At the coordinated time, you will be transferred to the bus station to board your regular 1st Class bus to Lima. Upon arrival, reception and transfer to your hotel or airport. (B)

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