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We took a flight with Aerodiana from Pisco airport which is a beautiful, new and empty airport! The plane was a 12 seater with 6 seats down each side, check in gave you an identification card with the main Nazca Line images on it so...More
I went out of my way to view the Nazca Lines when I was in Peru. Looking at photos in a book is not a substitute for the real thing. Flying over the lines is absolutely thrilling! So is the plane ride. Use Nazca Flights...More
It was a nice experience, I do recommend doing it but beware that the people from the airlines are not very friendly, they don't explain very good what you need to do and don't expect any background or additional information about the lines, better do...More
A flight over the Nazca Lines was a definite highlight of our recent trip to Peru. The whole idea of the lines had long been a source of interest to me. We flew out of the airport in Pisco in 12-seater airplanes in which each...More
The bus trip got in too late to the Nasca Lines Viewing Tower so most our group decided to do the flight the next morning and it was well worth it. The pilot banked left and right over the various sites so each of the...More
This was one of the things to see/do on my bucket list - truly amazing, not to be missed.
Am so glad that I did it, but as others have mentioned (luckily I had read a few blogs beforehand), the plane does some...More
I had been fascinated by the Nazca Lines since childhood. Unfortunately, a flight was vastly out of my budget so I got a bus to the viewing tower. It was still great but from there you can only see two or three geoglyphs and are...More