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PERUVIAN HIGHLIGHTS: NAZCA HUACACHINA + TITICACA LAKE + SACRED VALLEY OF CUSCO + MACHU PICCHU PERU | QOSQO EXPEDITIONS

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Explore from the southern coast of Peru to the Andes.In addition to frequent internal flights, Peru has an excellent bus network, and its trains can be one of the most impressive ways to navigate the Andes. In the Amazon, of course, the only way to do it is by boat. Don’t spread too much; Traveling is even more exhausting at altitude, and it is better to allow extra time on your itinerary in Peru to enjoy the surrounding towns and markets instead of simply visiting great places like Machu Picchu, the Colca Canyon or the floating islands.Peru is well placed to travel forward, since Lima is a regional flight center, so it can continue to Ecuador and Galapagos. Alternatively, cross the border into Bolivia on Lake Titicaca. See more of our main highlights of Peru on our interactive map, below.

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nazca | NAZCA LINES peru FLIGHT OVER | QOSQO EXPEDITIONS

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You will be picked up at your hotel or at the bus terminal in Nazca, then driven to the local Nazca airport. A brief introductory video will discuss the theories behind the creation of the Nazca Lines. Once we board our flight, you’ll witness these famous geoglyphs with your own eyes on the desert floor below. At the end of your flight, you’ll be transported back to your hotel or bus terminal in Nazca.

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NAZCA | CHAUCHILLA CEMENTERY | near nazca lines peru | QOSQO EXPEDITIONS

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The Nazca Lines Alternative Chauchilla Cementery. From your hotel, we´ll head south from the town of Nazca to the archaeological site of Chauchilla. At the graveyard of Chauchilla, we’ll visit several tombs containing pottery and human remains. Your guide will tell you about the history of this site which was used over 1000 years ago by ancient civilizations. The colors of the surrounding hillsides offer an enjoyable backdrop to our experience. After exploring Chauchilla, we’ll head back to Nasca and visit a local ceramic studio where a craftsman will explain the history and significance of the ceramics found on-site, as well as give us a demonstration of how they were made.