If you gonna be in peru for more than 2 weeks I'd say definitely try to see the lines. Pilots are very nice and let you take many pictures
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So worth doing! The little plane; the nausea-inducing loops around the lines; the turbulence ... all reasons to put you off ... but you MUST see these - even if it's just to join in the debates that rage around how and why these things...More
I am TERRIFIEDDDDD of small planes, but this was definitely worth doing. These lines are mind blowing. I told the pilots that I was extremely nervous and they were very kind and accommodating. You only spend about 35 minutes in the air. It's worth it!
We had a beautiful day to fly over the Nazca lines. We were the last flight out that day. The flight was fine, the pilot assures that both sides get a great view (translation- the plane leans side to side- Dramamine if you tend to...More
We were not going to do the flight, but we gave in to pressure from our group leader and we are glad we did. There is no other way anyone could really enjoy seeing the lines and the images, but from the air. They are...More
Lines are not as easy to spot as you would think and it takes a while to get the scope/size in order to know what to look for. Glad I did it. A nice complement to other pre-Inca formations. The new Ica/Nasca airport has a...More
Was quite a drive from Lima to Nazca. I think the Nasca Lines are what you make of them. You have to take in context that the Nasca culture flourished 1,500-2,500 years ago and appreciate it as part of an ancient culture that predated the...More