Discover with us the largest pilgrimage center in all of South America in the sixteenth century.
Located in the Lurín valley, it is a place considered sacred because here the cult of the most important god of the coast, Pachacamac, was worshiped. We will visit among other places the Acllawasi or house of the chosen women and the Temple of...Read more
Sandboard is an exiting sport that makes you feel free. "Now is not necesary travel hours away from Lima"
In just a few minutes you can be riding the best sand dunes in Lima. And also you are goin to have the best off roading experiance. Driving in to the sand dunes making this one of the best experiences in Lima.
Long layovers are no fun, especially when there's a beautiful city out there ready to be discovered. If you are in Lima waiting for your next travel adventure and have some time to spare, why not spend it outside exploring the city-
Let a local show you their city in a layover tour. With a convenient pickup and drop off, you'll enjoy the...Read more
In the morning, you'll go on an off-the-beaten-path market tour, where you visit an authentic market where locals do their shopping or enjoy a quick lunch. You'll try traditional Peruvian foods how and where the locals eat them. With typical Peruvian dishes, drinks, fruits and desserts surrounded by and interacting with friendly locals, this...Read more
Want a truly alternative, authentic and local experience in Lima- Want to get to know the city beyond the tourist attractions- Then this educational and cultural immersion experience is what you're looking for! You'll get to see some unique places and meet some amazing locals in areas that most tourists don't get to see. In addition, your visit...Read more
This private half-day tour takes you off the beaten path to a different and authentic side of Lima, where locals live and work. A day full of responsible cultural immersion, local culture, social impact and learning.
You will visit a local artisan, a social project, have lunch at a local family’s house and learn about daily life in...Read more
After pick-up, you travel for about 45 minutes through a changing landscape until arriving to what was for more than 1500 years the main sanctuary of the Andean coast, the archeological site of Pachacamac. First, you'll have a look at the modern Pachacamac museum with various artefacts of the different cultures that used to occupy this sanctuary....Read more
In just a few short hours we will cover the most important districts to the South of Lima. We will visit a well-known fish market and mingle with the locals as they await the fisherman hauling in their catch for the day. We'll see shanty towns contrasted with economic prosperity and an impressive view of the Pacific below us. We will have the...Read more
Can’t wait to experience outdoors in Lima- There is not best way to enjoy our deserts than sliding down on a sand-board and hitting the dune fields with a 4×4 vehicle. If you don’t have any previous experience, don’t even worry about it, your instructors would teach you from...Read more
Enjoy a private and unique experience exploring the famous Ballestas Islands admiring rocky formations and unique sea animals living in their natural habitat. Visit the oldest vineyard in Southamerica and learn the process of production of wines, sparkling wines and exquisite piscos. Explore the land of this vineyard and taste some of its best...Read more
Caral and Bandurria are archaeological complexes that when discovered changed history as we knew it from ancient Peru and America, both archeological complexes having approximately 5000 years of contemporary antiquity to important cultures such as Egypt, Mesopotamia and China, still surprising many experts due to their great...Read more
Our tours show the highlights of Lima in a private service, in which, specialized tour guide will tell about our history based on the important periods we passed, by being in the different areas of Lima. Places such as: Barranco, Miraflores and Historic Center of Lima, considered bohemian, artistic, traditional, cultural and unique sides of Lima,...Read more
The archaeological zone of Pachacamac is very important for the history and wealth that it gathers in it, which cannot be compared with another. Also called "Machu Picchu de la Costa", it is one of the only well-preserved pre-Columbian samples of the city of Lima, which makes us proud for its greatness and its antiquity dating back to 200 years...Read more
The Ballestas Islands, located off the southern coast of Peru, are known for their range of diverse wildlife and surrounding beauty. See the best of the islands and the adjacent Paracas National Reserve on this private full-day tour from Lima, featuring informative commentary from your guide and including all meals and...Read more
The experience we offer is unique and innovative. In each of the tours, customers can live a personalized experience, next to our guides. We stand out for making each traveler and his companion know our culture and take a beautiful memory of...Read more
Caral es un sitio arqueológico donde se hallan los restos de la principal ciudad de la civilización Caral. Se encuentra en el valle de Supe, a 182 kilómetros al norte de Lima (Perú), a 23 km del litoral y a 350 msnm. Se le atribuye una antigüedad de 5000 años y es considerada la ciudad más antigua de América, pues no se ha encontrado hasta...Read more
Caral is undoubtedly one of the most impressive and important places that identifies the domain of our ancient civilizations, located in the district of Barranca. Caral offers us various stations to enjoy its development, it is an archaeological site where the remains of the main city of the Caral civilization are found. It is located in the Supe...Read more