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Nazca, Peru
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Reviewed yesterday

Nazca Lines are an amazing piece of history that you will fall in love with. The mystery and the allure of the various patterns with stay with. Its amazing trying to guess how and why these were drawn up. Thankfully they have now been discovered...More

Thank Ashish G
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very cool way to see the lines, you really learn a special part of Peruvian history. The pilots were wonderful I flew for a special $80 package for 45 minutes in the air. I do not recommend eating beforehand because the turns can make you...More

Thank Alison M
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Really enjoyed learning about and seeing the Nazca lines. The pilots are a bit crazy so it’s maybe more of a near death experience than it should be but great nevertheless. The price was reasonable enough considering it is a flight and we got a...More

Thank Daniel C
Reviewed 4 days ago

Nazca is a long way from other places, and only a 30 minute flight, so we wondered whether to skip this part of our trip... and some reports said the flight over the lines was "underwhelming". Well, all I can say is, what planet are...More

Thank Sue F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Our family of four took the Nazca Lines flight and the tour was very interesting. You take off from the airport in Pisco on a Cessna Caravan airplane. The plane is roomy and everyone has a window seat. They do make hard banks in order...More

1  Thank buckeyetravel
Reviewed 1 week ago

A must see if visiting Peru, and the flight is definitely needed. Just bear in mind that even if you don't usually suffer from travel sickness, the small planes and sharp turns may upset your stomach!

Thank NickyU
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We booked a flight to see the lines and found it was a spectacular adventure ... .. breathtaking ...

1  Thank 979Ralf
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was an amazing experience and it is well worth the money. Really, you can only appreciate the lines from the airplane so if your budget does allow it, do it. Be sure to choose an reputable company so it does not ruin your day.

1  Thank Martin J
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

On our trip around Peru this was one of the sights I did not want to miss. Remember to view the lines via the tower beside the Pan-Am highway outside the town. The view near sunset is amazing. The next day we took a flight...More

Thank UQWozza
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We didn't have the time to fly over the Nazca lines, but the stop on the coach at least gave us a good view from the Tower. Yet another wonder of Peru. I think payment of some sort is required but yet again this was...More

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Response from Jeff E | Reviewed this property |
Read my review from last year as it has all the details. Go for the four seater aircraft- two pilots and two passengers. A much better option.
Terry K
22 January 2018|
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Response from Vburela | Reviewed this property |
Yes pilots are experienced and planes well maintained. Security is the same as any other airport. Passports and tickets are checked several times.