Bicentennial Park of Miraflores – Lima

Inaugurated in November 2022, The Bicentennial Park of Miraflores, with a size of 30,400 square meters, is the emblematic work of Miraflores landscaping, known as the most visited district in the country.

Watch our last virtual tour to the Bicentennial Park of Miraflores

Terraces: The Bicentennial Park stands on cliffs, resisting the weight of the buildings and seismic movements, so common in our city. This technology is a replica of the construction model of our ancestors, the Incas, giving additional reinforcement to the soil, with retaining walls of up to 10 meters high, equipped with horizontal geonets and vertical geocells

The park has more than 160,000 coastal species of low water consumption, 300 trees, and 80 palm trees, all of them with identification signs. A modern irrigation system guarantees its maintenance and protection. The green area that covers 83% of the extension of the park provides us with oxygen, improving the quality of life of the neighbors, and is a symbol of the fight against climate change and deforestation worldwide.

Objectives: 1. Social inclusion, 2. Safety of the cliff in the event of an earthquake, 3. Landscaping to enjoy the diversity of flora and fauna, and space for pollination. 4. New tourist attraction.


BEES: considered the most important pollinators in natural, agricultural and urban environments. Unfortunately, they are is in danger of extinction, mainly due to the use of insecticides. Miraflores has the Bee Rescue program and honeycomb protection. To date, there have been successfully rescued 27 of them.

BIRDS: they are also important carriers of pollen. Flowers in strong colors, such as red or yellow, are their favorites. One of the best-known pollinating birds is the hummingbird

BUTTERFLIES: By feeding on the nectar of different flowers, small particles of pollen adhere to their body, taking it to another plant and helping with their reproduction.


Viewpoint 1: Here is the “Fan Palm” from the United States, which is characterized by its great height of up to 35 meters, branched into fan-shaped leaves, and the “Robelina Palm” from Indochina, is a dwarf palm, branched with pinnate leaves, Both with a robust trunk, they are flooded with numerous spherical fruits, which, in summer, sprout cream-colored or yellow flowers, respectively.

Viewpoint-2: forest of Araucarias or “Christmas Pine” conifer of great magnitude from Australia and known internationally as Norfolk Pine, a tree originally from Norfolk Island . It can reach 80 meters in height.

Viewpoint 3: In this area, you can see bougainvilleas of different colors Native to Brazil, it grows from a woody trunk that tends to curl, and thin branches with sharp thorns and bright green leaves. The bajada de ‘Armendáriz’: is the name of a farm. It was called “Quebrada de las Parras”( vine plantings), and its history dates back to the 18th century.

Plaza de la Bandera: We can see the Pacific Ocean, the island of San Lorenzo on the right side and the Morro Solar on the left side, and the bay of Lima.

Plaza de la Integracion: The meeting point between Miraflores and Barranco districts

Stop-1: “Bougainvilleas”, a climbing plant that can reach 12 meters in height. Color flowers: pink, red, purple, yellow, or white

Stop-2: You can see the “tipa” from Bolivia, the “rubber” from India, the “draco” from the Canary Islands and the “pai pai” and the national “chapra”

Stop-3: We find cacti, ground covers, vines, and grasses, such as the “Espadín” from Mexico; the “Roeo” from Central America, the “Campanilla” also from Mexico, and the “Red Foxtail” from Africa.

Stop-4: Lowest level of the project, which turns out to be a viewpoint overlooking the city’s bay, and the beach, and from where you can see the extension of the entire project.

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