Lima Archaeological Sanctuary Of Pachacamac

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A visit to one of the most representative and important archaeological sites of the Central Coast, which worshiped the god Pachacamac and was the most visited and consulted Prehispanic Oracle in the Andean world.

(72 recommendations)

100% recommended trip!

What's included?

Tour Includes

  • Shared service transportation with English/Spanish speaking guide.
  • Entrance fees.

Tour Excludes

  • Extras.
  • Food and drinks.

We recommend you take

  • Comfortable shoes.
  • Cotton clothing.
  • Jacket.
  • Personal water bottle.
  • Sunblock, sunglasses and cap.
Itinerary

Day 01City Tour and Archaeological Sanctuary of Pachacamac

(Full Day tour , Lunch Included)
Our historical tour, between pre-Hispanic, colonial and modern. Departure from the district of Miraflores, place that is considered as one of the most tourist places in the city. We will pass through the Huaca Pucllana, archaeological site belonging to the Lima culture. We continue towards the district of San Isidro and we will pass through the famous El Olivar park, a forest in the middle of the city that has an emblematic and representative value in the district. We arrive at the Downtown, where we will appreciate the colonial side of the city. In the Main Square you will be amazed by the beautiful architecture of the Lima Cathedral, the Government Palace, the Archbishop’s Palace and the Municipal Palace. Our visit will be further enriched by visiting the Pachacamac Archaeological Sanctuary, the most famous on the Central Coast known as the Oracle of the Andean world, as it was visited by many pilgrims and inhabitants.
The site museum preserves the pieces found in the place.