Welcome to our Tour to Pampas Galeras, a stunning natural reserve located in the Andean highlands of southern Peru.
As you explore this beautiful landscape, you’ll be transported to a world of incredible biodiversity, where you can witness some of the most majestic and endangered animals in the world up close.
Pampas Galeras is home to the Vicuña, a relative of the llama that produces some of the finest and most valuable wool in the world.
You’ll have the opportunity to see these graceful creatures in their natural habitat, as they graze on the lush grasses and shrubs that cover the reserve.
Our expert guides will provide you with a wealth of information about the biology and behavior of the Vicuña, as well as the history and cultural significance of this amazing animal to the people of the Andes.
In addition to the Vicuña, you’ll also have the chance to see a host of other fascinating wildlife, including foxes, pumas, Andean geese, and many more.
You’ll also have the chance to learn about the indigenous communities that have called this region home for centuries, and gain a new appreciation for the incredible cultural and natural heritage of this beautiful part of the world.
Whether you’re a nature lover, a history buff, or simply someone who appreciates the beauty and complexity of the natural world, Pampas Galeras is an experience you won’t soon forget.
So why wait? Book your tour today and discover the magic of this incredible natural reserve for yourself!
08:30 h. Our tour begins with the collection of our clients from their hotels in Nazca.
Shortly afterward, we will drive to the east, towards the Andes, following a winding road.
On the way, you will enjoy a magnificent landscape that combines different ecological levels.
We drive uphill for about 2 hours till reaching an elevation of 4200 meters.
Along the way, we will see the highest sand dune in the world, a huge mountain of sand.
After reaching around 3800 meters high, we drive across the land of Guanacos.
The Guanaco is a Vicuña relative, and they are usually seen in groups at this altitude.
Upon arrival, we visit first a museum that shows all the fauna (stuffed animals) that exist in the area.
Later on, we will walk around the park, visiting various spots where Vicuñas used to gather.
Here you will have the best chance to take a closer look at the vicuñas in their natural environment.
Our guide will provide information about the Vicuña Project in the region, as well as their festival called El Chacu.
Additionally, the park also shelters various birds, including the Andean condor.
Finally, we will return to the city of Nazca.
End of the tour.
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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.
How high is located Pampa Galeras?
Pampas Galeras is located at approximately 4200 meters above sea level.
How far is Pampas Galeras from the town of Nasca?
Pampas Galeras is about 65 km away from Nazca, around 2 hours by car.
Is it cold in Pampas Galeras?
Yes, The climate in Pampas Galeras is cold during the mornings and evenings.
Over the course of the year, the temperature typically varies from 5°C to 10°C and is rarely below 0°C.
How long does the tour take?
The whole tour to Pampas Galeras takes approximately 7 hours.
What else do we see in Pampas Galeras?
Besides Vicuñas and Guanacos, visitors may also spot Condors soaring in the sky and many other Andean species.