The Nazca Lines Flights leave from the Maria Reiche airport, situated south of the modern town of Nazca.
Nearby, etched onto a stony desert, one can spot from the air, several human figures and various animal forms.
Unlike other geoglyphs zones in the world, in Nazca, you can find a great number of drawings.
Among them, you will find marine creatures, flowers, geometric shapes, and hundreds of straight lines.
Since their discovery in the 1920s, the Nasca drawings remain an unsolved mystery.
Due to its great complexity, Unesco declared the Nazca Lines a World Heritage Site in 1994.
Our service begins with the pick-up of our clients from their hotel in the city of Nazca.
Then we drive to the airport, which is only 5 kilometers from the city center.
Upon arrival, our guide will give you a briefing about the Nazca Lines, including the most popular theories.
Our guide will give each participant a Nazca Lines Map that will help you to recognize the figures from above.
Before boarding the airplane, our pilot will provide safety instructions as well as tips to better enjoy the flight.
We fly over the desert in a small plane, which has 5 seats.
Each passenger has a seat next to the window, therefore you will enjoy a better view from the air.
The flight lasts 35 minutes, a time in which you will able to appreciate many drawings.
The pilot will fly the plane in circles over each figure.
First, we fly on the left side and then on the right side, giving passengers an equal opportunity to view each figure.
Among the animals, 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 figure of all, is the Astronaut, a strange creature with a large head and big eyes.
Unlike the other figures, the astronaut was drawn on a hillside and not on the surface of the desert.
Additionally, you will see hundreds of straight lines that crisscross the desert surface in all directions.
Eventually, our guide will take you back to your hotel.
End of our service.
Both taxes have to be paid prior to boarding the plane at the Nazca airdrome.
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.
Note: The Nazca Lines flight departure time may vary depending mainly on air traffic and weather conditions.
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.
Please note that 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.
How do I get to the Nazca Lines?
First of all, you need to travel to the city of Nazca, located some 450 km south of Lima.
Once in Nazca, there are two options to see the lines.
The first and cheapest option is to visit the lines by land, visiting the Nazca Metallic Tower.
The tower is located in the Nazca desert, approximately 20 km away from the city.
From the top of the Mirador, you can 3 figures, as well as large geometric forms and lines.
The second option is to take a flight over the Nazca Lines, which is by far the best experience.
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 with further information including maps.