4:00 am. Pick up at Hotel in Lima to travel to PARACAS. Arrival at approximately 8.00 a.m. Transportation to pier for the tour to the BALLESTAS ISLANDS. Paradise preserved by nature, with one of the largest concentration of marine fauna and flora in the world in their natural habitat. On the way we will be able to see the enigmatic CHANDELIER and important marine fauna. Birds in danger of extintion, like the Guanay Cormorant, the Booby, the Inca Tern, the Humbolt Pinguins, and complete colonies of sea lions.
Departure to the city of NAZCA, approximately three hours away. Upon arrival, we overfly the enigmatic NAZCA LINES, mysterious traces stretching across the sand for 350 km2., representing a diversity of images of animals and plants, such as the spider, the monkey, the dog, the lizard, the humming bird and the condor among others, of sizes that range from 15 to 250 meters, each one with depths of 30 cm. According to doctor Maria Reiche, the most outstanding scientists that studied the lines, it is the largest astronomic calendar in the world.
Tourists have lunch in the Hotel CASA ANDINA NAZCA. We will then visit the MARIA REICHE MIRADOR. Return to Lima. Arrival at 23:00 hours.
- Car Lima/Paracas/Nazca
- Excursion to the Ballestas Islands
- Overflight of the Nazca Lines.
- Lunch at Hotel CASA ANDINA NAZCA.
- Visit to the MARIA REICHE MIRADOR. (Optional)
PRICE PER PASSENGER IN USD $:
||3 Pax a mas
| $ 710.00
|| $ 450.00
|| $ 376.00
National airport fee $ 10.00 per passenger.
PASSENGER MUST BRING YOUR ORIGINAL PASSPORT REQUIRED TO BE ABLE TO MAKE WAY OVERFLY the NAZCA LINES
Tour is non-refundable, does not allow change of date is not transferable.
Tours in regular service, rate per person in U.S. dollars only for foreign tourists.
Not responsible for no fault of our operation, as passenger illness, pregnancy, drunkenness and other causes or events conducive to the passenger and / or natural disasters, social upheaval, political situations, etc.., Phenomena outside our control affecting the normal development of the programs.