A complete flight over the Nazca and Palpa Lines shows you all the best of the Peruvian desert.
Unlike the classic Nazca Lines flight, this special tour lasts one hour and covers a bigger archaeological zone.
Our tour begins with the pick-up of our clients from their hotel in the city of Nazca.
Then we drive to the local airport, which is only 5 kilometers from the city center.
Upon arrival, our guide will give you a briefing about the Nazca and Palpa Lines, including interesting theories.
Our guide will give each passenger a Map that will be very useful during the aerial tour.
The flight lasts one hour, a time in which you will be able to appreciate the most well-known Nazca and Palpa drawings.
Among the creatures, we will see the representation of a whale, a monkey, and a dog.
Likewise, you will see various birds, such as a condor, a hummingbird, and a heron, as large as 3 soccer fields.
Perhaps the most striking image of all, is the Astronaut, a strange human shape with a large head and big eyes.
Unlike the other designs, the astronaut was drawn on a hillside and not on the surface, as in most of the Nazca Lines.
After flying over the Nazca zone, we will fly towards the Palpa desert.
According to the archaeologist, the Palpa Lines belong to a period much older than the Nazca Lines.
The first figure you will see is a representation of a pelican, which is located on the slope of a small hill.
Shortly after, we will reach the zone of Llipata where exists various human figures on the hillsides.
Among the figures stands out a group of human drawings, known as The Family.
It is a group of three individuals, which represent clearly a woman, a man, and a boy.
Later on, we will see a representation of a hummingbird, an old version of the Nazca hummingbird.
Nearby we will also see a big representation of a marine bird.
Finally, we will fly over the solar clock and the ceremonial knife known as El Tumi.
Eventually, we will fly back to Nazca airport.
After landing at Nazca airport, our guide will take you back to your hotel.
End of the tour.
1° – Contact us via WhatsApp to confirm the availability of the tour you wish.
2° – Once availability is confirmed, please send us an email with the following information:
3° – Proceed with your payment online through our web.
4° – Finally, receive confirmation via e-mail or WhatsApp.
Change of Tour Date:
You can change the date of your trip at least 3 days of anticipation at no extra charge.
If you cancel your tour 48 hours before the tour begins, we will charge an administration fee of 20%.
100% cancellation fee.
Refunds are not issued due to inclement weather or any other problems caused by a third party.
No problem at all, as there is no minimum number of passengers for this aerial tour.
Solo travelers, couples, and small groups of travelers join other passengers on the plane.
What about the weight Limit on the Flight?
For safety reasons, the airlines that operate the Nazca Lines flights have a weight limit per seat.
The weight limit is 200 pounds (90 kilograms) per passenger.
If a passenger exceeds this limit, then the passenger will need to pay an extra fee for another seat.
Nonetheless, if the other passengers flying with you are lighter, then the extra fees might be avoided.
What are the flight departures?
The Nazca Lines flights leave daily at 7:30 am.
Though private early departures can also be arranged.
The last flights over the Lines usually leave at 4:00 pm.
Unlike domestic or international flights, the Nazca Lines flights do not have a precise time departure.
Time departures will always depend on weather conditions and air traffic.
Likewise, the time of the flight can be arranged when you book the tour.
The Nazca Lines flight last 1 hour.
Is it worth flying over the Nazca and Palpa Lines?
Yes, it is worth it, as by visiting the Nazca Lines you will be adding to your travel memories a cultural heritage site.
Its great complexity makes it a unique monument that does not exist in any other part of the world.
The Nazca Lines are a must-visit in Peru, one of the best highlights in the land of the Incas.