Ballestas Islands and Nazca Lines Full Day Trip

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Ballestas Islands and Nazca Lines Full Day Trip

Looking for an amazing experience on the coast? We highly recommend our Ballestas Islands and Nazca Lines Full Day Trip.
This is a must-do trip in Peru that you won’t regret.
Our tour includes a visit to the Ballestas Islands, where you can witness the beauty of marine life and stunning landscapes.
You will have the opportunity to see sea lions, penguins, and a variety of birds in their natural habitat.
Moreover, the tour includes a flight over the world-famous Nazca Lines, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
This is an incredible opportunity to appreciate the impressive geoglyphs that were created by the Nazca culture thousands of years ago.
Our tour is perfect for those travelers who land in the city of Lima and want to experience the best of the coast of Peru in one day.
We offer private transportation from and to Lima, making your journey comfortable and convenient.
Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to discover the wonders of the Peruvian coast.

Ballestas Islands and Nazca Lines Full Day Trip

Part I: Boat Trip around the Ballestas Islands

We start our adventure at 04:30 am with a pickup service directly from your hotel in Lima.
Our comfortable private transportation will take us to Paracas Bay, which is located approximately 3 hours away from Lima.
Upon our arrival in Paracas, we will head to the local pier where we will take a boat tour to the Ballestas Islands.
On the way to the islands, you will see an incredible design on the slope of a hill, which is known locally as The Candelabra.

As soon as we get near the Candelabra, the captain will stop the boat for photos.
Shortly afterward, we continue towards the Ballestas Islands.
Once we reach the Ballestas Islands, you will witness hundreds of marine birds and large colonies of sea lions resting on the beaches.

You may also spot some Humboldt penguins near their caves.
After the tour, we will return to the main land to continue our trip on the Nazca desert.

Part II: Flight over the Nazca Lines

Upon arrival in Nazca, our driver will take you to the local airdrome.
Upon arrival, our guide will provide a briefing on the Nazca Lines, sharing popular theories and interesting facts about this enigmatic site.
To help you recognize the figures from above, our guide will give each participant a Nazca Lines Map.
Before boarding the airplane, our experienced pilot will also provide safety instructions and tips to ensure that you fully enjoy your flight.

Once on board the small plane with 5 seats, each passenger will have a window seat for an unobstructed view of the desert landscape.
The flight lasts for 35 minutes, allowing you to see many amazing drawings.
Among them, you will see representations of animals such as a whale, a monkey, and a dog.
You’ll also see various birds, including a condor, a hummingbird, and a heron, some as large as 3 soccer fields.

One of the most striking figures is the Astronaut, a strange creature with a large head and big eyes.
Unlike other drawings, the astronaut was drawn on a hillside rather than on the surface of the desert.
As the pilot circles each figure, passengers will get a great view from both sides of the plane.
You’ll also see hundreds of straight lines crisscrossing the desert surface in all directions.

After this amazing flight, we will take you in downtown for lunch.
Finally we will return to Lima, gettting there around 21:00 hrs.


  • 04:30 h. Pick up from your hotel in Lima. Private transport to Paracas.
  • 07:30 h. Arrival in Paracas.
  • 08:00 h. Boat trip to the Ballestas Islands.
  • 10:00 h. Departure to the city of Nazca.
  • 13:00 h. Arrival at the Nazca Airportt.
  • 13:30 h. Flight over the Nazca Lines.
  • 14:30 h. Transfer to the city of Nazca for lunch. Lunch is included.
  • 15:30 h. Return to the city of Lima.
  • 21:00 h. Arrival in Lima. Drop off at your hotel.

  • Extras & Gratitude.

For safety reasons, the airlines that operate the Nazca Lines flights have a weight limit per seat.
The weight limit is 200 pounds (95 kilograms) per passenger.
If a passenger exceeds this limit, then the passenger will need to pay an extra fee for another seat.

Contact us via WhatsApp to confirm the availability of the tour you wish.
Once availability is confirmed, please send us an email or WhatsApp with the following information:

  • Names & Last names.
  • Nationality.
  • Passport number.
  • Date of Birth.
  • Body weight.

Proceed with your payment online through our web.
Finally, receive confirmation via e-mail or WhatsApp.

IMPORTANT: Bring your original passport on the date of your Nazca flight. (Not photocopy)

  • Avoid breakfast or heavy meals before the flight.
  • We suggest wearing light clothing (t-shirts, shorts, etc)
  • Book your tour in advance, especially during the high season. (From June to September)

Change of Tour Date:
You can change the date of your tour at least 5 days in advance without charge.

If you cancel your tour 7 days or earlier before the tour begins, we will charge only an administration fee of 20%.
Last minute cancellations are not accepted. If this is the case, 100% of the charge will be charged.

No Shows:
100% cancellation fee.

Cancellation due to Weather Conditions:
In the event of bad weather conditions, your flight will be re-arranged for a later time or the next day.
If by reasons beyond your control, you can not wait, then your booking will be canceled and a charge of 20% will be applied.

Solo traveler?
We require a minimum of 2 participants to operate this trip.

Is it worth flying over the Nazca Lines?
Yes, it is worth it, as by visiting the Nazca Lines you will be adding to your travel memories a cultural heritage site.
The Nazca Lines are a must-visit in Peru, one of the best highlights in the land of the Incas.

Can you see the Nazca Lines without flying?
The answer is yes, there are actually many sites from where it is possible to see some drawings.
The zone of Palpa, some 45 km away from Nazca contains various lookout points to observe the lines.

East of Nazca, there is a zone known as Cantalloc, from where it is also possible to spot various lines.
You might contact us, we will be glad to provide you further information including maps.