Paracas – Ica & Nasca Lines 3 Days Tour

Private sightseeing tour Introduction:

Description:

3 days Trip to experience the fascinating pre-hispanic history and culture of the south side on the Peruvian coast, come to meet the Ballestas Islands and it’s uniqueness, the Paracas Reserve, a winary,a collection of ancient artifacts at the Regional Museum of Ica , and the famous Nasca Lines , among other things.

Tour Duration: 3 Days

Tour Type: Transport Based

Tour Price: Price Per Person USD $450.00 *      (price per child USD $350.00)

*Price based on 2 person, if you have a larger group please contact me to re-calcule price based on your group.

Tour Highlights:

– Paracas reserve.

– Ballestas Islands.

– Huacachina Oasis.

– Catador Winary.

– Regional Museum of Ica (closed on mondays).

– Nasca Lines

Itinerary:

Day 1:

10 am depart to Paracas national reserve , Lunch (included) at a typical seafood restaurant. First part of the Visit to the national reserve of Paracas (included admission fees ), overnight in Paracas (hotel not included).

Day 2:

8 am Second part of the Visit to Paracas reserve off shore (Ballestas islands, admission fees included, shared boat service) about 11 am visit to the Huacachina Oasis, Lunch at noon (included) , Overflight to Nasca Lines at about 4 pm (overflight included shared aircraft service , weather permitting, if any weather problem flight will be done next morning), overnight in Nasca (hotel not included).

Day 3:

9 am Return to Lima, visit to the Regional Museum of Ica and “El Catador” winary both in Ica, Lunch (included). Arrival to Lima at about 8 pm.

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Tour Inclusions:

– Private guide.

– Private transportation.

– Admission fees to : Paracas National Reserve, Ballestas Islands, Overflight to Nasca Lines, Airport taxes, Regional Museum of Ica.

– 3 Lunches.

Tour Exclusions:

– Hotels.

– Breakfasts and Diners.

– Drinks.

– Tips.

– Any other thing not previously mentioned in this program.

 

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