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Découvrez les mystérieuses et fantastiques lignes de Nazca depuis le ciel lors de cette excursion au départ de Lima. Après le trajet le long de la côte péruvienne de Lima à Paracas, envolez-vous au-dessus des lignes (ou géoglyphes, pour utiliser le terme scientifique) à bord d'un avion Cessna. Pendant que vous volez au-dessus des dessins du désert de Nazca, un site classé au patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO, prenez des photos aériennes et faites-vous votre propre avis sur leur ancienne signification - il y a de nombreuses hypothèses ! Vous serez ramené à Lima à la fin de la journée.
I was picked up at my hotel in Lima at 7 a.m. as scheduled for the 3-hour drive to Paracas, where we would go on a 12-passenger Cessna for a flight over the Nazca Lines. It took 1/2 hour to get to the Nazca Lines and the flight was smooth. Everyone had a window seat. When the passengers on either side of the plane were viewing the Lines, the plane's wing would dip down almost parallel to the ground and be quite close to it. We could make out the geoglyphs after the pilot pointed them out to us. There was some turbulence on the flight back but not too bad. After we got back to Paracas, we had lunch at its harbor before heading back to Lima. As my two tour mates were from Mexico, the tour was conducted in both English and Spanish. The trip was quite an experience and our guide, driver, and driver's assistant were all excellent.
The airplanes are very comfortable, everyone gets a window with a great view of the lines. The narration is in English and very informative. you may get a little airsick towards the end but then they level off and head for home. total is about 1.5 hours.
This tour was quite good. It was a long day with the travel from Lima and back, but the flight over the Nazca Lines was very interesting.
The pilot gave very good commentary and did his absolute best to point out the various 'lines' which was very helpful in knowing where to look.
We were picked up at our hotel an hour earlier than the originally scheduled time. Our guide gave us minimal information as we climbed aboard a bus. We then went to several other hotels for others to board. My husband and I were the only English speakers on the bus. Teh guide would talk for several minutes in Spanish, then say to me and my husband, I will meet you after the flight and you will be returned to your hotel. With my limited Spanish, I determined that the others were on an extended tour. They received information about what we passed as we drove the several hours to the airport. I have no idea what we missed on that part of the tour. The flight was paid for in advance, but we still had to pay an airport tax in cash. It wasn't expensive, but it would have been nice to have been forewarned. The flight itself was short. We saw most of the lines, although a few were hard to find and one - the whale - was impossible to see. A few people got sick on the flight, but were very quiet about it. Seeing the lines was wonderful, but there was a lot of traveling involved and a more informative guide could have made a good experience a wonderful one. Photography was tough, because the lines went by so fast. I only ended up with one photograph. Would I do it again? Probably. I'd do it in a heartbeat if a helicopter ride was offered. Hovering would have been so much easier than the roller-coaster ride that the flight was.
The Air tour was excellent but the transportation was very poor. The distance of 210 K.M. which can be covered easily in 2.5 hour, it was covered in 4 hours. The highway 15 was 4 lane and 6 lanes with a speed limit of 100K.M. Tour guide had no knowledge about the tour and did not explain anything about Nazca lines.
Could only spare one day so feel I missed a lot. The lines were not as big as I'd thought they were and so would have liked to spend time in the town and see the water system. Suggest 2 day trip if you have the time.