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It is still a mystery to me but it was incredible to actually see some of the lines. We had read a few dodgy reviews of the planes that fly you over the lines (as well as it being expensive) so we went for the...More
The best way to see this is by plane and costs between 75 & 130 USD - there will be a 30 local currency airport tax as the airport is a private one
Flights can be easily arrange and small planes are used and dependent...More
Great flight. Not difficult to see all the figures because the pilot show the lines flying leaning to both sides of the airplane each time , providing chances to watch the lines for both side of the planes. I found the flight relatively smooth but...More
GREAT EXPERIENCE (by small plane). After a short flight over sandy mountains started to watch this unique symbols (huge dimensions) "carved" on the ground. No words to explain their greatness. Photos attached "speak better" !!!!
We flew over the Nazca Lines on 12 Jan 2019. Prior to our trip, Tripadvisor reviewers mentioned Jon Green, of Nazcaflights. Based on those reviews, we contacted Jon. We highly recommend Jon as we were able to arrange everything before we left the US. Jon...More
Wasn’t sure whether it would worth the US $120 but I’m glad we did it now. The fight was about 30 mins and both sides of the plane got to see all the animals etc. Really makes you wonder how they went about the construction...More
I agree with all the other answers already posted here. You are not able to do it in 2 hours from Cusco. But if you stay in Nasca, it would be very easy to go to the Mirador (by taxi or even by bus). It is only 25km from the... More
I agree with all the other answers already posted here. You are not able to do it in 2 hours from Cusco. But if you stay in Nasca, it would be very easy to go to the Mirador (by taxi or even by bus). It is only 25km from the town, you can ask bus driver to stop there or you can hire a taxi.
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Sorry for the late reply. We used Peru Hop, a bus company that works very closely with locally-run tour companies. Peru Hop will arrange all your transportation needs, book you into each tour and - most... More
Sorry for the late reply. We used Peru Hop, a bus company that works very closely with locally-run tour companies. Peru Hop will arrange all your transportation needs, book you into each tour and - most importantly - will ensure you overcome any logistical hiccups on your trip. We booked their 3-day, two night trip that included the Chincha Slave Tunnels, Paracas day and boat excursions, Huacachina Sand Dunes and Nazca lines. This is so very worth your time and money adn peru Hop made everything seamless. For example, in Paracas the hotel clerk seemed to have either lost of mis-recorded our reservation. One quick call from them to Peru Hop solved the problem.. As for Nazca, they made sure everyone was transported there on time (via mini-van and back, not the big cruse buses) and we all then got back in Lima after three days right on time to get back tot he airport. As I mentioned in my Nazca section, be aware of the weight restrictions and don't try to video tape the flight, just watch with your own eyes and enjoy this once in a lifetime experience (you can buy much better professional videos later, which cover the exact same flight path you will take).