This fascinating tour is in motor boat to see marine life
This exclusive tour is designed for those who travel on cruise ships, by plane or Bus and have little time ashore.
The Ballestas Islands is just three hours south of Lima is an refuge marine life in Pisco Paracas.
Our tour takes you in a modern boat to see the figure of the Candelabro, which is located at the foot of the hill It is clearly visible from the sea, You'll see a variety of sea creatures, such as large colonies of sea lions resting on the rocks. Also is possible to see groups Humboldt penguins, hundreds of sea birds, such as cormorants, boobies etc, rocky formationsthe and beauty of the Pacific Ocean.
As your private guide I can adjust the schedule, duration and activities.
How to get to the city of Paracas?
The traditional way of arriving at Paracas is overland in tourist bus from the cities of Lima, Arequipa or Cuzco. It is located to south of Lima. You must take a bus from the company Cruz del Sur or Oltursa which will take you to Paracas in just 4 hours.
At 07:30hrs, you will be picked up from your hotel in Paracas. I'll meet you holding a sign with your name on it.
At 08:00 am We start the trip with the tour marítimo in the Ballestas Islands to see 'The candelabrum' which is located at the foot of a small hill. Also appreciate great marine fauna and the landscapes of the Peruvian coast. (Tour Duration 2 hours)
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Client's hotel or cruise's quay
End location: Same than Meeting location, or other requested by the client
Duration: 2 hours
trip in boat are subject to weather conditions
a private car, all the comforts you may need.
Pick up from your Hotel and surrounding
Modern boat,life jackets
Ticket for the trip to the Ballestas Islands (2hours)
lunch, Snacks or drinks you might have
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Karina was a fantastic guide. She was reliable, considerate, and very knowledgeable. I would highly recommend her to anyone who is looking for a guide in Peru. She guided us from Lima to Paracas, then to Nazca. Thanks for the opportunity of a lifetime!