Peru’s Nazca Lines

See the mysterious desert drawings that have puzzled archeologists for decades. This two-day Peru trip extension offers a birds-eye view from a flight that tours the mysterious outlines of insects and animals that dot the Nazca Desert and ends with a tour of the beautiful Ballestas Islands.

This two-day, one-night trip extension will allow visitors to see one of the great mysteries of history. Historians and archeologists have long questioned how and why the tribes of the Nazca Desert in southern Peru arranged rocks into enormous outlines of insects and animals — some measuring up to 590 feet long. While experts differ on the meaning of the geoglyphs —explanations range from the symbols having religious significance, pointing to water, summoning rain, enhancing fertility — the mystery that swirls around the arid lines has drawn visitors from around the globe. The Nazca Lines trip lets you see firsthand the mystery that has puzzled experts from around the world, and ends with a cruise of the magnificent, and wildlife-rich Ballestas Islands

Day 1
Wake up to a hearty breakfast in your hotel in Lima and prepare for a full day exploring the Nazca Lines. A private transport will be arranged to the bus station early in the morning, where you will travel to the city of Ica (about a 4-hour drive) and drop you off at Las Dunas Hotel. A flight to Nazca will be departing in the afternoon where you can really appreciate the incredible Nazca lines. These lines are centuries old and their creation and meaning is still a mystery. The figures include reptiles, monkeys, spiders, fish and birds and the biggest figures measure 590 feet long.

Day 2
After breakfast, you will board a private 1-hour transfer to the Bay of Paracas where our cruise to the Ballestas Islands begins. Sea lions, penguins, and over 60 species of beautiful wildlife inhabit these picturesque islands. The afternoon will include a return to Lima via the Royal Class bus and transfer to your hotel in Lima.


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