Visit to the ancient Andean Oracle and watch the elegancy of the Paso Horse **includes Lunch**
After to pick you up, we begin our tour with a visit to Barranco, old coastal town of Lima city, famous for the Bridge of the Sighs, meeting point for lovers.
Then we cross Chorrillos, peripheral district of Lima, with the Santa Mónica women prison and Villa Swamps, important stop off for migratory birds.
We take the Panamerican Highway to get Pachacamac, the main oracle of the Andean culture, where members of ancient cultures came to make consults about future. In its time, Pachacamac was one of the most populated cities in América. Having many occupations, it was visited by Spaniards during Inca times. Here you will see truncated Pyramids, a special enclosure for chosen women only-Acllahuasi-, Taurichumpi's Palace, the Temple of the Sun, residences for Inca high class and a museum.
We continue to a Exclusive Estate to watch the elegancy of the Peruvian Paso Horse, where a delicious Lunch, followed by a horse show, await you.
Finally, we go back to your Hotel.
Place 1: Bridge of the Sighs and panoramic view of the old mansions of XIX century.
Place 2: Pachacamac museum
Place 3: Pachacamac archeological site (Temple of the Sun, the House of the Choosen Women-Acllahuasi-, Taurichumpi's Palace, Painted Temple, truncated pyramids, etc).
Place 4: Exclusive Hacienda and Restaurant - Paso Horse Show
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
End Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 7 hours 30 min.
We'll use a comfortable and private a/c vehicle (H-1 or similar).
For bigger groups, we can use a larger vehicle.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
- Admission Tickets
Estimated Local Cash Needed
200 Soles - 3.25 soles for 1 dollar
For souvenirs or personal expenses
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First, Alfredo took us to the Museum & Archaeological Site of Pachacamac, which is south of Lima. This was a great way to learn of some of the early Inca and pre-Columbian (pre-Columbus) sites and history; we also had a nice walking tour of the archaeological site. Often, Alfredo graciously offered to take a picture of the two of us with the site in the background. Next, we went to see a "Paso Horse Show" at a "very private estate"; there were only 4 of us and it was a very nice private show and lunch.