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From Lima: Half-Day Pachacamac, Barranco and Chorrillos Tour

1. From Lima: Half-Day Pachacamac, Barranco and Chorrillos Tour

On the drive to the Pachacamac archeological site, your guide will provide an orientation about the culture and people that once lived there. On this half-day private tour, visit the site’s museum and its monuments. Take in the Temple of the Sun, the Old Temple, the Painted Temple, Taulichumbi Palace and more. Pachacamac was the major Pre-Hispanic ceremonial center on America’s Pacific Coast. See the buildings of the 4 known cultures that occupied the site over time. Enjoy views of the sea from the Temple of the Sun, the highest point in Pachacamac. Return to Lima and visit the district of Chorrillos, an area that played an important role in the war with Chile from 1879 to 1883. Later the tour continues to the Wetlands of Villa and the Costa Verde beach circuit. You will see a panoramic tour of La Herradura beach and the shanty towns of this neighborhood. Lastly, you'll visit Barranco, where you’ll take a walk by the Bridge of Sighs, La Ermita Church and other buildings that date from Lima’s colonial era.

Full-Day Lima: a Culinary, Historic & Traditional City

2. Full-Day Lima: a Culinary, Historic & Traditional City

Treat your tastebuds by tasting products from the region in a local market while visiting Lima's historic center and the bohemian Barranco district. Enjoy a culinary tour of Lima's Chinatown and taste the savory local food on this full-day tour. Lima's Chinatown is the largest in South America and has an exciting mixture of Peruvian and Chinese styles. Experience a tropical cuisine like nowhere else on earth. Walk in the Historic Centre of Lima, taking in its monuments and its architecture.  Visit a local restaurant and observe the the skill and concentration it takes to make ceviche, a tangy traditional seafood dish of fresh fish cured in citrus juices. Walk around the streets of the charming Barranco district, visit local shops, and browse through a private collection of the best Peruvian handcrafted goods. After your walk, visit a local restaurant to taste picarones, the well-known Peruvian dessert made of squash and sweet potato, shaped like a doughnut, and drizzled in syrup.

Jorge Chavez International Airport: Private Transfer

3. Jorge Chavez International Airport: Private Transfer

Be picked up on time with a professional service and ditch public transportation or haggling with a cab. Avoid lugging your bags onto a crowded bus. Meet your welcoming driver at your hotel in Miraflores, Barranco, or San Isidroor at the airport. Feel free to ask your driver any questions that you have. Get great recommendations and cultural suggestions, or ask your favorite tunes to be played. Transfer between your hotel and the airport in the most secure and comfortable way with this service.

Lima: Larco Museum and Magic Water Tour

4. Lima: Larco Museum and Magic Water Tour

Immerse yourself in the mythical and magical history of ancient Peruvian civilizations at the Larco Museum. Discover the religious worldview of the ancient Peruvians of the Andes and Coast, who left behind thousands of vestiges which you can study today at the museum. See over 35,000 exhibition pieces and discover the economic and religious activities of ancient Peruvians, including ceramics, weaving, and metallurgy.  Next, witness the unique spectacle that is the magic water and lasers dance show. Considered a must-see by locals, don't leave Lima without visiting this attraction. Explore 13 different interactive fountains and see their unique light shows. Watch the fountains sparkle and shine as the water flows in unique patterns and shapes, for a night that you'll never forget. Upgrade your tour to include a spectacular show with Peruvian Paso horses in a traditional hacienda located in the surroundings of Lima. Visit the stables of this house led by a professional tour guide dressed in a typical costume and then enjoy an exclusive dinner.

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4.7 / 5

based on 42 reviews

I really recommend this trip. It was really interesting. Guide was a very nice person who gave us many useful information. Car was really clean and driver was great so we felt safe. We even received water and some snacks.

It was amazing! The guide Lucas and driver Kenyi they do together a great team to satisfy your tour, over your expectations !

Very positive experience, if you only have one day to see Lima very good experience, very good lunch.

We had a very knowledgeable tour guide who gave us a lot of information.

VERY ATTENTIVE AND SIMPATIC GUIDE. RUNNING ENOUGH, COMFORTABLE VEHICLE