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Lima city has one of the most fertile oceans on earth. If you are in Lima city you have the great opportunity to go out for net fishing! it is fun, active and adventurous! For sure you will end with the hands dirty...read more
“The tour of historic Lima was a nice, leisurely walk through downtown stopping at several churches, the catacombs, plaza de armas, and several other historically significant sights.”
If you have only one day in Lima and want to make the most of it, this is your chance to get to see the highlights of the city!Visit with us the Huaca Pucllana, pyramid built in the year 200 b.c. By ancient...read more
If you’d like to bicycle around Lima but aren’t sure where to go, this private tour shows you the way. Starting in Miraflores, you’ll cycle through the bohemian district of Barranco and up to Morro Solar, finishing...read more
“Excellent tour, the Guide Lucas has the best knowledge of the Culture and his history.”
Go off the beaten tourist path and see a different side of Lima with this guided tour. Explore the city’s working-class neighborhoods, travel by boat to the Morro Solar viewpoint, visit the second-largest cemetery...read more
“We did The Fishing Culture of Lima tour, taken through the fish market, took a quick boat ride in the bay, visited a boat carpenter's workshop, and a local's home (the Casas family) in Chorrillos, while learning a...”
The best option to meet Lima in 1 day and a half!Day 1:Visit the sanctuary of Pachacamac, archaeological city built from 200 AD until the arrival of the Spanish conquerors in 1532. Visit the Temple of the Sun,...read more
Explore the archeological remains of the sanctuary of Pachacamac on a half-day tour from Lima. Learn about the Inca history at the excavated pyramid temples and palaces. On your way there, visit the bohemian...read more
“The experience was personal and authentically local, which is exactly what we wanted- slightly off the beaten path, fun, and friendly.”
In recent years, Peru has been considered the best food destination in South America. Come with us and learn more about it by visiting local markets and its friendly people. Exotic local fruits, tapas, dishes,...read more
We are not makers of history. We are made by history. Martin Luther King, Jr.During this excursion you will know more about the 80`s history in Lima and Perú , How terrorism affected our History and the most iconics...read more
In recent years, Lima has been considered one of the best food capitals worldwide. Come with us and learn more about it by visiting local markets and interacting with its friendly people. Exotic fruits, tapas,...read more
This is an incredible bike ride, the only one of nature in Lima, starting from Miraflores, one of the most modern and historic districts, knowing archaeological complexes such as Huaca Pucllana, enjoying the bohemia...read more
Get a different experience on your stay in Lima, visiting the archaeological site of Pachacamac and the surrounding districts of Barranco and Chorrillos during this 4-hour tour. Discover the fantastic views and...read more
Experience the flavors and colors like a local through street food. You will discover why Lima is called the gastronomic city of America, tasting its exquisite stews, fruits and desserts in the same way we will...read more
“Instead I received a lesson in how to connect with perfect strangers on a human level, and capture a bit of their spirit in images in the process.”