• Day 1 – Welcome to Lima!

    Upon arrival you’ll be escorted to the conveniently-located Wyndham Airport Hotel for an overnight.
  • Day 2 – From Lima to Paracas

    Travel overland through the arid and captivating coastal landscapes to Paracas. Then take to the skies in a small plane for a birds-eye view of the Nazca Lines, one of the world’s most intriguing and enduring mysteries. Etched into the dry Earth below and enduring for nearly 1,500 years, these enormous line drawings cover the arid plain below you. Among the enigmatic glyphs that will capture your attention and fire your imagination are a spider, condor, fish and monkey. Back on the ground, you’ll check in to your ocean view room at the stylish Hotel Paracas Luxury Collection - our inviting resort overlooking the Bay of Paracas.  Meals B
  • Day 3 – Discover the Ballestas Islands + Return to Lima

    After checking out from your resort, you’ll embark on a sightseeing expedition off the Pacific Coast. Reaching the rugged Ballestas Islands, part of Peru’s largest coastal wildlife sanctuary, your boat will navigate around the islands rocky shoreline, punctuated by arches and caves. As sea conditions permit, we should be able to get close enough to observe the islands’ inhabitants - including raucous herds of sea lions and a variety of indigenous birds including Guanay cormorants, Peruvian boobies, and enormous colonies of Peruvian pelicans. Humboldt penguins can also be espied in these waters. As we make our way back to the mainland, be on the lookout for a huge 3-pronged geoglyph that stretches close to 500 feet long and more than 150 feet wide. Etched into an arid hill facing the Pacific, its origins are still debated; some link it to the Nazca Lines while others propose that it may have served as a navigational guide for ancient sailors. After the sightseeing cruise, you’ll be transferred to the airport in Lima for your onward journey.  Meals B

Check In!

  • Hotel Paracas Luxury Collection - Nazca, Peru

    The most luxurious coastal hotel in Peru offers resort-style luxury in a prime location overlooking the lovely Bay of Paracas.  Each of its 120 guests rooms are beautifully appointed with an elegant décor of bamboo and wood.  Guests may dine at the Ballestas Restaurant with its Peruvian and Mediterranean flavors, or choose Italian cuisine at the Trattoria. 2 heated swimming pools, a lovely spa, business center, pool bar and indoor lounge complete the hotel amenities.

Our Private Touring includes:

  • 1 night in Lima and 1 night in Nazca at the Hotel Paracas, Luxury Collection
  • 2 Breakfasts
  • Roundtrip transfers with your own private car and driver
  • Cruise to see the wildlife of the Ballestas Islands

Trip Pricing

  • Traveling as a single?

Travel Any Day - Per Person Double

Dates   Hotel Paracas
Departure Return   Regular
1/1/2019 12/31/2019 $1599
1/1/2020 12/31/2020 $1699

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  • Travel is one of  life's most rewarding experiences, perhaps even more so when it's shared with those you love! Combine our limited-time pay-in-full discount with our Family & Friends offers and save even more:
    • Save $50 more per person when 3 guests go
    • Save $100 more per person with 4 people
    • Save $150 more per person with 5 people
    • Save $200 more per person with 6 or more people!
    For Groups of 8 or more please call 800.221.2216

Prices are per person, double occupancy, and may vary during holidays and trade shows.

There are no upcoming departures for this tour, but our Custom Travel Team can arrange a private departure just for you at an affordable price and on the dates you want.  With your own private car, driver and guide and custom tailored hotels, meals, and sightseeing we can create the journey of a lifetime exactly to your specifications.

Contact our Custom Travel Team:    800-221-2216  or  Email Us


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