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The drive from the Nazca Lines to the Chauchilla Cemetery is about an hour. Avoid having to navigate the way in an unfamiliar place with this Nazca Lines Flight and Chauchilla Cemetery Tour that combines visits to each into one tour. First, take a flight to see the famous geoglyphs from the air, and then travel the Chauchilla Cemetery for a guided tour. Flight time and round-trip transport from Nazca is included.
You will be surprised with this ancient fishing village considered "The Pearl of the Pacific", where we will have plenty of free time to enjoy the wonderful sandy beaches and the exuberant flora and fauna of the area. Puerto y Playa de Lomas a place stopped in time, your private driver will pick you up from your accommodation. During the journey you can admire the desert areas of Nazca and the Marcona Wind Farm "Wayra 1"
It is an unforgettable tour, we will enjoy the flora and fauna of the Pampas of Nazca, we will also know figures and lines of the mysterious Nazca culture. Our walk through the desert includes a professional guide who loves Nazca culture. A new idea of practicing slow tourism and responsible tourism.
Forget about driving, get comfortable and let your private driver take you to your destination, Nazca and its surroundings, a place that can discover its own rhythm in the most pleasant way!
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