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Let yourself be surprised with this beautiful trip to ancient Perú. We will discover the most important oracle during “Incas” time. This impressive archeological site is still considered a sacred place for many...read more
The modern city of Lima is dotted with historic ruins and sacred sites, known as huacas, and the imposing archeological site of Huaca Pucllana is one of the city’s largest and most important ancient monuments,...read more
The best of Lima in a day!Visit the sanctuary of Pachacamac, archaeological city built from 200 AD until the arrival of the Spanish conquerors in 1532. Visit the Temple of the Sun, Temple of the Moon and...read more
Our tours are distinguished by the character personalized of the service, based on friendly, cordial and sincere attention from the guides and the skills of the drivers to get rid of the traffic of the City....read more
The best option to meet Lima in 1 day and a half!Day 1:Visit the sanctuary of Pachacamac, archaeological city built from 200 AD until the arrival of the Spanish conquerors in 1532. Visit the Temple of the Sun,...read more
If you have a short time in Lima and you would like to take advantage each minute, we have the perfect tour to know the main places in one day, be part of this amazing full day in Lima.Let´s enjoy it slowly in a...read more
With our tour Pre-Inca Temple of Pachacamac we will take you to visit the enigmatic Temple, to discover what mysteries this shrine keeps from one of the most impressive civilizations in South America. We will marvel...read more
Every day is amazing starting with history of our past with PACHACAMAC INCA COMPLEX, and sharing with you the colonial part, until the republic time.The modern and bohemian area is coming with BARRANCO AND...read more
Visit the citadel of Pachacamac, the Rome of the Andes, its temples, streets, pyramids and cemeteries. The headquarters of the most famous oracle in the Andean world at that time, where men from all corners of the...read more
Explore the archeological remains of the sanctuary of Pachacamac on a half-day tour from Lima. Learn about the Inca history at the excavated pyramid temples and palaces. On your way there, visit the bohemian...read more
Discover with us the largest pilgrimage center in all of South America in the 16th century.Come explore & discover with us the mysterious temples and pyramids of the Incas in the south of Lima We pick you up from...read more
We will visit one of the most important ceremonial centers on the South Coast of Lima, the Sanctuary of Pachacamac, which was the most important Pilgrimage Center of the Inca period. Pachacamac was the God of...read more
Our tours are distinguished by the personalized nature of the service, based on friendly, cordial and sincere attention from the guides and the skills of the drivers to get rid of the traffic of the City. Achieving...read more
This tourist tour is one of the destinations that you should not miss on your visit to Lima. Pachacamac is a very important archaeological complex, the most important of the coast in the Inca Empire. It offers us...read more
Come with us and discover the major Pre-Hispanic ceremonial center on the Pacific Coast of America, including a museum too!It has places of pilgrimage for worshiping and consulting the oracle of Pachacamac, who was...read more
In this tour we travel more than 1800 years of history. Pachacamac was a very important oracle during “Inkas” time but unbelievable until now too for few local natives. The name Pachacamac is Inka/Quechua and means...read more