Discover two of Lima’s most popular and picturesque attractions on an exciting evening tour of the city. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, be transported back to pre-Colombian cultures with the ancient artifacts of the Larco Museum (Museo Larco), and then awaken your senses with a spectacular light and sound show in Lima’s Parque de la Reserva (Park of the Reserve). Stop off to sample local delicacies and a refreshing pisco sour during your exciting excursion into the night.
Natalie is a knowledgeable and friendly guide. Museum tour just right time-wise, though one could literally spend hours there. Water circuit is fun to see.
Great tour and very enjoyable. Tour guide was very knowledgable and welcoming. Museum was very interesting and the fountains were spectacular. Well pleased with my experience.
Conny R Denmark
Fantastic tour! Loved the magic water circuit. Larco museum was interesting. I didn't realise when booking, but the tour included a Pisco Sour and light dinner famous pork roll at a very old tavern. Tour guide and driver were both amazing and minibus was new and comfy.
Had a wonderfully enjoyable evening, great guide. A lovely end to my stay in Peru.
Diana L D New Zealand
Our guide, Victor was very knowledgeable and professional. Both the Larco Museum and the Magic Water Circuit were spectacular. Some parts of the water park are interactive and you are likely to get wet if you fully participate so a change of clothes is advisable.
This was the first thing we did when we arrived in Lima. What a great introduction to our trip to Peru! We were picked up at our hotel and driven to the Larco Museum. We had an excellent guide who explained the significance of the pottery and artifacts. There was a separate building for erotic art, which I thought was interesting. The Larco Museum has a beautiful garden and a nice restaurant, or so I hear. We drove to a nice hotel near the main square and enjoyed pisco sours and some typical Peruvian snacks. Then we went to the park where we saw a laser light show with music and beautiful fountains with changing patterns and colors. This was a fun evening!
Nataly and Julio were great!
The Larco is not to be missed! Beautiful grounds with an amazing collection of pre-Incan and Incan artifacts. These were an amazing people with a very advanced civilization. It was a great introduction to the Incan culture. If you are headed to Machu Picchu through Lima, do yourself a favor and see this museum. It will totally enhance your experience in Peru. The February night we went to the the Magic Water Circuit the place was packed. I would not attempt this without a guide. He knew right where to take us for the best views, plus he knew how to navigate the crowds. My apologies, but I can't seem to find his name right now, but he was super!
This was an excellent tour for me and my family! Our tour guide, Gabby, was outstanding. She is an expert on Peruvian history and ancient cultures. Her tour at the Larco Museum was exceptional. Her enthusiasm and excitement made for a wonderful tour, and the exhibits were very interesting to see. Our children ages 13 and 10 had a great time at the museum too. The exhibits told a great story of the history and culture of Peru. The stonework, pottery, jewelry, artwork, artifacts, and mummies were all wonderful to see. Gabby's commentary and answers to our questions were enlightening and allowed us to thoroughly enjoy the museum. For me, the museum became an unexpected highlight of our trip to Peru. After the museum, the Pisco sour and appetizers were a nice treat before enjoying the magic water circuit at the Parque de la Reserva. This water show was beautiful. Our entire family was amazed by the show. I would highly recommend this tour!
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