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Don’t let limited time in Lima stop you visiting Huacachina and Paracas. See the desert oasis and natural hotspots on a full-day tour, ideal for travelers short on time. After traveling to Paracas, you’ll embark on a boat tour of the Ballestas Islands, regularly compared to the Galapagos Island, to see colonies of sea lions and seals. Then, explore Huacachina desert in a dune buggy and go sand boarding. Hotel pickup and drop-off are included.
This week-long tour is crafted for travelers who want to dive deep in Peru. Wander the neighborhoods of modern Lima. Enjoy the architecture and archaeology in and around Cusco (including Moray, Moras, and Pisac). Explore the beauty of the Sacred Valley. Then take a train and a bus to Machu Picchu, the most famous destination in the country.
Experience the top highlights of Lima, Cusco, and world-famous Machu Picchu during this 7-day, 6-night excursion. Spend your first two days in cosmopolitan Lima, discovering its landmarks, shopping, and top-notch cuisine. Then head to the ancient Inca capital of Cusco to explore its fascinating mix of indigenous and colonial architecture, and then it's on to the iconic mountaintop citadel of Machu Picchu. This week-long, budget-friendly Peru trip, including plenty of free time for independent exploration, also includes all transport, admission fees (including at Machu Picchu), six nights of accommodation and daily breakfast.
Don't let confusing public transit, overpriced taxis, or lack of time keep you from exploring the wonders of Lima. This Lima city tour is specifically designed for passengers disembarking at the Port of Callao and includes a private van and professional guide to help you see the city's highlights, from its UNESCO-listed center to its famous cafes.
We will leave the traditional way of visiting sculptures, old houses, city, to live an experience in nature. We will have a day full of landscapes, ecosystem, marine fauna and adrenaline that are not lived in other places of the capital. It will be very important to relax and forget about the classic to enter a panorama of full fun. The best thing is that your camera will be filled with funny photos and videos and we will interact with all the people who go with us, we will make new friends. You cannot miss the opportunity to know the south of Lima and visit the great Oasis of America and the great Ballestas Islands. This tour has it all!!
- Enjoy the great marine view that Paracas offers
- Forget everything by sliding on the sandboard boards
- Try more than 15 types of Peruvian liquors
- Dare to live this beautiful adventure
Calling all nature lovers, this tour allows you to swim alongside wild sea lions in their natural environment. Departing Lima, travel by boat to the Guanera Islands (Islas Guaneras), home to Humboldt penguins, guano birds, and sea lions. Plunge into the water to enjoy a supervised swim with the marine mammals before admiring rock formations and other wildlife on your return journey. Refreshments are included.
With one day in Lima you can explore the very best of the city, from the colonial architecture of the historic center to pre-Colombian art and seaside neighborhoods. See the gorgeous interior of the San Francisco Convent, tour the Museo Larco, then get a glimpse of Lima’s earliest history in Miraflores. This full-day, private tour of Lima offers the flexibility and convenience of a personalized tour, including pickup and drop-off at hotels in some neighborhoods, and it’s an ideal choice for first-time visitors.
Get acquainted with the rich regal history of Lima on an educational sightseeing tour of the Peruvian capital. Alongside a knowledgeable guide, delve into the ambient tangle of Lima’s historical center; gaze at the fabulous façade of the Presidential Palace; descend to the eerie catacombs of San Francisco Monastery; and admire the ancient Dominicans Tower. Enrich your knowledge of Lima’s fascinating past on this enriching excursion.
Get the lay of the land in Lima thanks to this 4-hour private shore excursion sightseeing tour. Explore some of the city’s best-known landmarks including the Miraflores neighborhood, Huaca Pucllana, Government Palace, Plaza de Armas, San Francisco Convent, and much more.
On this day trip you will live a unique experience in the Ballestas Islands where you will appreciate a wide variety of marine fauna, you will also meet in the Oasis of America located in the Ica desert where you will practice adventure sports such as buggies and sanboarding
Experience a sound and light extravaganza to remember on this fountains tour with dinner and a show in Lima. Following pickup at your accommodation in downtown Lima, Miraflores, or San Isidro, transfer to the Magic Water Circuit—where enormous jets of water explode into the skies to music and lights. You’ll also have time for a delicious dinner, with a performance of traditional Peruvian music and dance.
Nasca Lines – The Sacred Landscape
The lines are known as geoglyphs – drawings on the ground made by removing rocks and earth to create a “negative” image. The rocks which cover the desert have oxidized and weathered to a deep rust color, and when the top 12-15 inches of rock is removed, a light-colored, high contrasting sand is exposed. Because there’s so little rain, wind and erosion, the exposed designs have stayed largely intact for 500 to 2000 years.
Scientists believe that the majority of lines were made by the Nasca people who flourished from around A.D. 1 to 700. Certain areas of the pampa look like a well-used chalk board, with lines overlapping other lines, and designs cut through with straight lines of both ancient and more modern origin.
Come along to this fascinating full day tour from in Huacachina from Lima. We visit Tacama which is the oldest vineyard in southamerica and sample different types of wine and pisco (Peruvian Brandy) will being guided for an expert to learn about the whole process. At the end of the tour you have the chance to have a fancy lunch at the beautiful restaurant into the vineyard. After lunch we drive half an hour to Huacachina which has a gorgeous oasis and it's surrounded by huge dunes. We walk for 5 minutes in the sand until we reach the dunebuggy and this is when the fun part starts. During the dunebuggy tour we stop in the pick of the dunes to use the sandboards, take pictures and at the end have a nice sunset watching. Don't miss this adventure if you have one day available in Lima.
Fly from Ica to Nazca to avoid the long hours of travel!
With this experience you will only have to travel for 4 hours to the city of Ica and make the flight from there to Nazca, we will avoid traveling from Lima to Nazca for 7 hours!
We will arrive to the city of Ica to visit the only Oasis of America called the Huacachina, where we will practice sandboarding and walk in the sand cars, it will be an experience full of adrenaline and adventure.
Then we will go to the Ica aerodrome to board the flight to the Nazca lines for approximately 1 hour. Enjoy the view of the 13 figures found in the desert of Peru.
After the flyby we will go to a vineyard where the production of pisco and wine is made to have a tasting of these drinks, where we will also have lunch typical of Peru.
Enjoy this full day at the best price and with the best service!
If you’re looking to tick off all of Peru’s highlights in less time then look no further than this 8-day tour from Lima, which provides a comprehensive introduction to the Inca capital of South America. Alongside your guide, you’ll visit Cusco, the Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu — one of the New7Wonders of the World — Puno, and Lake Titicaca, the highest lake in the world. 3-star accommodation, guided tours, meals as per itinerary, and hotel pickup in Lima are included.
Don't let a short time frame keep you from visiting the iconic Machu Picchu archaeological site while in Peru. This 3-day tour includes your transfer from El Callao Port to Lima, followed by a flight to Cusco and all ground transportation to Machu Picchu. Take a guided tour of the ruins and then return to port in time to rebound your ship.
Uncover the ancient mystery of the Pachacamac Temple on a captivating and comprehensive tour from Lima. Explore the remarkable religious compound with a knowledgeable guide to discover its intriguing history and 200 AD origin; gaze at majestic pyramids dedicated to the sun and the moon; and admire the architectural precision of the buildings while learning about the customs of prehistoric Inca civilization.
Discover all that Lima has to offer, both modern and historic, during this 9-hour exploration of the top sites in the Peruvian capital in this small-group tour. Visit the pre-Incan archaeological site at Pachacamac, then head to Pantanos de Villa, a one-time family home that’s been converted into an eatery, for lunch and to learn how to make a Pisco Sour. In the afternoon, continue to Lima’s UNESCO World Heritage-listed downtown for a walking tour, see the historic neighborhood of Chorillos and admire the visual spectacle of the Magic Water Circuit park. This full-day Lima tour also includes a driver-guide, round-trip hotel transport, entrance fees and bottled water.
Discover Lima's best side on this guided evening tour of the city. Dress up for cocktails at a trendy beachfront bar, enjoy gourmet dining at a restaurant inside of a 2,500-year-old archaeological complex, and finish up with a walking tour of the bohemian Barranco district en route to dessert. This tour includes all food, drinks, and transportation, ensuring a night to remember.
Cruise off the coast of Lima during a half-day tour of five islands. Sail aboard a luxury yacht and relax with provided snacks and beverages while you sightsee. Admire the beautiful natural scenery en route to El Camotal, San Lorenzo, and the Palomino Islands. Then slip on a provided wetsuit and life jacket before you frolic in the Pacific Ocean with sea lions.
If you wish to immerse yourself in a millenarian culture such as the Nazca`s who were capable to create the Mysterious Nazca lines, dare to take this trip by private transportation accompanied by a friendly and knowledgeable local tour guide. Our program is flexible and has private transportation which allows us to offer you some interesting stops along the way.
The drive takes 6 hours approx. upon arrival at the Nazca`s airport board, the small plane to fly the Palpa and Nazca lines 1-hour flight. After the flight time for lunch and continue to visit the Chauchilla cemetery as optional before departing for Lima.
Important we require a minimum of 2 people for this price. If you are a solo traveler please choose that option price.
Get hands-on experience preparing some of Peru’s most iconic dishes and shopping at a local market during this Lima cooking class. First stop by the market to pick out fresh meat and produce, discovering the incredible diversity of ingredients in Peruvian cuisine. Then head to the kitchen choosing to prepare a choice of fish, chicken, beef or vegetarian dish like ‘Ceviche’ or ‘Lomo Saltado,’ learning the necessary steps in fun, relaxed atmosphere. Your cooking excursion also includes round-trip hotel transport (for most areas of Lima), professional chef instructor, snacks and either lunch or dinner.
Come and enjoy this amazing day trip in Caral which is the oldest known civilization in America. Developed simultaneously with the ancient culture of Mesopotamia about 5000 years ago.
The archeological site of Caral is among Peru's most impressive ruins. The UNESCO World Heritage listed site covers an area of around 60 hectares in the arid Supe Valley and was first inhabited between 2600 BCE and 2000 BCE.
Although initially discovered back in 1948, recent excavations of Caral revealed an elaborate complex of temples, sunken plazas and some of the largest terraced pyramids in the world, leading archeologists to ponder the chance Caral being the fabled Mother City of ancient civilizations. Now open to the public, the site has garnered acclaim for its beautifully preserved ruins and intriguing collection of artefacts, which include a quipu (a unique knot system) and a number of musical instruments fashioned from animal bones, but definitely, no trace of warfare or weaponry.