Though all that remains is largely the rubble of walls and stepped foundations rising from the surrounding dusty desert, there are excavations and reconstructions to see, including a rebuilt Inca complex called House of the Chosen Women.
The site was inhabited by the Huari people prior to 800 AD, and later by the Inca, who built their Temple to the sun on the main square. Itshma was the name given to the state surrounding Pachacamac and the religious ceremonial temples built to honor the coastal deity, Pacha Camac.
The site was inhabited until 1533, when it was destroyed by Spanish conquistador Pizarro.
The on-site museum helps explain the significance of Pachacamac’s ceremonial temples, and displays artifacts unearthed at the site.
I have not expected that the guide would be so knowledgable :):)....He was really nice!!! Everything was so organized...We saw exactly what was advertised that we should see :):):)....we had also time enough to make pictures, to stop anywhere we wanted, to ask anything :):):)..
So....from my side - I would for 100% recommend this tour :):):)
The tour began with a prompt pick up at our condo. We were the only ones on our tour. Sonia, our guide, was very knowledgeable and friendly. We felt we learned so much. I would recommend this tour to anyone visiting Lima.