- Paracas, Ica and Nasca
- Cusco and Machu Picchu
- Arequipa and The Colca Valley & Canyon
- Puno and Lake Titicaca
- Iquitos and the Amazon River
- Tambopata and Puerto Maldonado
- Amazon Cruises
ARCHAEOLOGICAL REMAINS IN LIMA
Pachacamac Archaeological Complex
31 km / 19 miles to the South of Lima on the Pan-American Highway (45 minutes by car). Visiting hours: Monday to Sunday 9:00 - 17:00
It was the most important pre-Inca ceremonial center on the Peruvian coast. The main building material was mud. Around the complex, there are palaces, plazas, and temples (some of them restored), the most important being the Temple of the Sun and the Acllahuasi, both built during the Inca reign (1440 - 1533 A.D.) and the best preserved parts of the area. You will find a site museum that displays pieces found during the excavation.
Gral. Borgoño, block 8 (Near Avenida Angamos Oeste, block 4 and Avenida Arequipa, block 45). Visiting hours: Wednesday to Monday 9:00 - 17:00
It is a pre-Inca pyramid of adobe bricks. It was one of the most important administrative and ceremonial centers of the Lima culture, settled in the areas of the Chancay, Chillon, Rimac, and Lurin valleys from 200 to 700 A.D. Sometimes, events or musical shows take place there. You can also find a site museum that exhibits pieces found in the excavations. At the end of the year 2007, were discovered three intact mummies with a length of 1300 years from the ancient Wari culture. One of them is a woman called "the lady of the mask" The Huaca Pucllana is the only archeological complex that counts with a fine restaurant besides it.
Intersection of Avenida El Rosario and Avenida Nicolás de Rivera.
Visiting hours: Tuesday to Sunday 09:00 - 17:00
A pyramidal temple that chronologically corresponds to the beginning of regional development. The place is a result of a series of cultural superimpositions, the three most important being the Lima, Wari, and Inca cultures. The Site Museum houses pieces found during the excavations of the area.