The world’s largest fountain complex, according to the Guinness Book of World Records, the circuit is a spectacle to behold. Many of the fountains are interactive—you may get a light cool misting—making it a hit with kids and adults alike. The Maze of the Dream (Laberinto del Ensueno) invites visitors to follow a labyrinth of vertical walls of water to an inner circle. Fountain of Harmony (Fuente de la Armonía) is a pyramid with sides formed by jets of water and Magic Fountain (Fuente Mágica) is the park’s most powerful fountain, with a jet shooting a stream of water 262 feet (80 meters) into the air.
Travelers can explore the park on their own or as part of a private and group tour that incorporates visits to a wide variety of attractions, including Larco Museum, with its important pre-Columbian art collection, and the nearby pre-Inca archaeological site at Pachacámac.