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TRANSFERS
MORNING TRANSFER
Your clients will be met at the airport by our staff and transferred to their hotel by our
driver and guide. Service from 8 am. to 6 pm.
NIGHT TRANSFER
Your clients will be met at the airport by our staff and transferred to their hotel by our
driver and guide. Service from 6 pm. to 8 am.
SIGHTSEEING TOURS
CITY TOUR – Mornings or Afternoons except Sunday afternoon, which is
Panoramic. Duration: 03 hours.
Guided sightseeing tour to visit the Historical Center: Paseo de la Republica, San
Martin Square, Main Square, the Government Palace, The Cathedral (the main
church), the Archbishop Palace, the City Hall and old streets with colonial mansions
and Moorish balconies.
We will visit the convent of San Francisco, the greatest monumental complex of
Colonial Art in America, and its Basilica with 21 altars, Convent of cloister, Clementine
and Capitular Rooms, Chorus and Library of the monks, the Profundis Museum that
exhibits 11 paints of Rubens, the sacristy with paintings of Zurbaran and Rivera, Gran
Patio garnished with Seville’s tiles from the XVI century, Moorish archs and finally the
catacombs (underground crypts from the colonial times). San Francisco is a cultural
patrimony for the world.
The tour will continue through the most traditional residential areas of Lima, San Isidro
Olivar, with olive trees brought from Spain in the XVIlth century. Pre-Inca worshippers
of Huallamarca and Pucllana, the Central Park of Miraflores Parque, and the Love
Park. The tour ends with a spectacular view of the Pacific Ocean.
CITY TOUR – SIC: Morning: 09:15 am, Afternoon: 02:30 pm. Duration: 04 hours.
This day trip offers the best combination of the different attractions in Lima in its three
historical periods: pre-Hispanic, Colonial and Contemporary. In Lima, there were
several different pre-Columbian cultures, which dating back thousands of years.
Lima was part of the Inca Empire until was founded by the Spaniard Francisco Pizarro
on January 18th, 1535. During our guided tour we will travel along its millenary history.
ANCESTRAL LIMA: At the Huaca Pucllana, a Ceremonial and Administrative Centre
built in the IV century A.C. and considered by the Incas a Sacred Town. We will learn
about the life and rituals of its ancient inhabitants and admire its typical pyramidal
building, very characteristic of sacred pre-Hispanic edifications that were worshipped in
the coast of Peru.
COLONIAL LIMA: The Viceroyalty of Peru was the richest and most powerful Spanish
Viceroyalty in America and Lima was its capital. The highlights of its Historical Center
are the architecture and the urban design of the city, found in old streets filled with
colonial houses adorned with Moorish-style balconies. Our trip includes the Promenade

of the Republic, San Martin Square, and Main Square, with their different buildings:
Government Palace, Archbishop Palace, Cathedral, and the City Hall.
We will visit one of its most beautiful buildings, the Museum of the Banco Central de
Reserva
*, where we can admire Peru’s treasures: a fine selection of objects made in
gold, ceramics and textiles of its different pre-Columbian cultures, ranging since their
origins to Inca times. (1)
The tour will continue at the monumental Convent of Saint Francisco, which displays
the biggest collection of religious art in America. We will admire the Chorus and Library
of the Monks, the Sacristy with its collection of Zurbaran and Rivera paintings. The Big
Patio of the Main Cloister, adorned with Sevilla tiles from the XVIth century, its beautiful
Moorish arches and its subterranean crypts known as The Catacombs, where you will
feel the presence of Lima's colonial past.
CONTEMPORARY LIMA: Visit to the most traditional residential areas in the capital:
The Olivar of San Isidro, Miraflores and Larco Mar, characteristic tourist center of
contemporary Lima.
* (1) The Museum of Banco Central de Reserva, closed to the public on Saturdays and
Sundays afternoon.

PERUVIAN GOLD MUSEUM – Private: afternoons. Duration: 3 HOURS –
Our guided tour to the Peruvian Gold Museum allows you to see gold pieces collection
from several pre-Columbian cultures. The museum exhibits gold articles and invaluable
goldsmith jewelry.
Five hundred years ago, the fame of Peruvian gold attracted European adventurers
who conquered the Inca Empire and founded the Viceroyalty of Peru under the Spain
Crown. Furthermore, this museum exhibits valuable pre-Inca textiles. The museum is
located in Monterrico´s district, and the tour also allows you to visit this modern zone of
Lima.

PERUVIAN GOLD MUSEUM – SIC: Afternoons: 02:30 pm. Duration: 03 Hours.
Discover the spectacular collection of gold pieces from pre-Hispanic cultures and
weapons from several periods at the Peru Golden Museum and World Wide Weapons.
This tour also includes a visit to the Friendship Park.
GOLD MUSEUM. Ancient Peruvians were master metalworkers. The “cire perdue” or
lost wax process, known across the Orient and lost in the West until the Renaissance
was the most frequent technique used by master ancient Peruvian goldsmiths and
silversmiths.
On our tour at the Gold Museum, visitors will appreciate a dazzling collection of gold
artifacts from various pre-Columbian civilizations, some more than 3,000 years old.
Metal pieces and jewelry of incalculable value in gold, silver and precious stones used
by the Incas—the children of the Sun God and monarchs of the vast Inca Empire—are
shown in this collection. Five hundred years ago, the gold of Peru attracted many
European adventurers who conquered the Inca Empire and founded the Viceroyalty of
Peru under the Spanish Crown.
Peru’s Gold Museum also houses a valuable collection of old and modern weapons
that ranks among the best in the world. The halls in this section show the Arms of the
World Collection of armors, uniforms and various ancient war artifacts and weapons
from various time periods around the world, some dating back to 1300 B.C.



RAFAEL LARCO HERRERA MUSEUM – Mornings or afternoons. Duration: 3
hours.
This museum is housed in a XVIIIth century colonial mansion and is considered to be
the largest and most complete private collection of Pre-Columbian art in the world. The
famous collections of ceramics, metal objects, gold and silver articles, textiles, stones,
wooden and bone objects and the famous Erotic pottery cover every phase of
Peruvian civilization and are exhibited by using excellent museological and didactic
techniques.
NACIONAL MUSEUM – Mornings or afternoons. Duration: 3 houres. Closed on
Mondays. PRIVATE
In this museum the visitors get an overall view of the development of different pre-
Hispanic tendencies (from 14,000 B.C to 1532 A.C) throughout the exhibited ceramic
works, reproductions on scale, models, dioramas, etc. It has four floors of exhibitions.

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ARCHAEOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY AND HISTORY –
Daily except on Mondays
Duration: 3 HOURS
Quinta house, ancient residence of the viceroys and liberators. Is considered the most
significant and complete museum in Peru. The museum also contains various
important stone pieces from the formative period (1000 BC), the “Stella Raymondy”
and the “Tello Obelisk”. One of the most complete collections of textiles, ceramics, and
silverwork of pre-Columbian cultures are kept there.

CITY TOUR + MUSEUM – MORNINGS OR AFTERNOONS. DURATION 4 HOURS.
PRIVATE.
The best combination of colonial and modern Lima with the Gold Museum, or Larco
Herrera Museum, or Archaeological Museum, or La Nación Museum, in a four hours
tour.

CITY TOUR + LARCOMAR GOLD MUSEUM ROOM – SIC – DURATION 4 HOURS
Mornings : 9:15 am – Afternoons : 2:30 pm approx.
The best excursion to get to know Lima and its history.
Our excursion offers the best combination of the different attractions in Lima and its
three historical periods: pre-Hispanic, colonial and contemporary.
In Lima, there were several different pre-Columbian cultures, which are dated
thousands of years back. Lima was part of the Inca Empire until was founded by the
Spaniard Francisco Pizarro on January 18th, 1535. During our guided tour we will travel
along its millenary history.
ANCESTRAL LIMA.
At the Huaca Pucllana, an archeological precinct build in the IV century A.C., we will
have a panoramic view of this magnificent ceremonial and administrative centre,
which was considered by the Incas a holy village. We will learn about the life and rituals
of its ancient inhabitants and admire its typical pyramidal building, very characteristic of
sacred pre-Hispanic edifications that were adored in the coast of Perú.
COLONIAL LIMA.
The Peruvian Viceroyalty was the most important one in the Spanish Empire and Lima
was its capital. The highlights of its historical centre are its architecture and the urban
design of the city, found in the old streets filled with colonial houses adorned with
Moorish-style balconies. Our trip includes the “Paseo de la Republica” (Promenade of
the Republic), “Plaza San Martin”(San Martin Square) and the “Plaza Mayor” (Main
Square), with their different buildings: “Palacio de Gobierno”(Government Palace),
“Palacio Arzobispa”l the (Archbishop’s Palace), the “Basilica Catedral” (Cathedral
Basilica) and the “Palacio Municipa”l (Municipal Palace).

In its historic center we shall visit one of its most beautiful buildings, the Museum of the
“Banco Central de Reserva”, where we can admire Perú’s treasures: a fine selection of
objects made in gold, ceramics and textiles of its different pre-Columbian cultures,
ranging since their origins to Inca times.We will enter the monumental Convent of “San Francisco” (Convent of Saint Francis),
which displays the biggest collection of religious art in America. We can admire the
Choir Room and the Monks’ Library, the Sacristy, with its collection of Zurbaran and
Rivera paintings. The Big Patio of the Main Cloister, decorated with sevillan tiles from
the XVI century, its beautiful Moorish arches and its subterranean crypts known as The
Catacombs, where you will feel the presence of Lima's colonial past.
CONTEMPORARY LIMA:
Visit to the most traditional residential areas in the capital: The Olive Grove of San
Isidro,
Miraflores and Larco Mar, distinctive tourist centre of contemporary Lima, and visit of a
magnificent exhibition of jewelry and handicrafts from the different regions of millenary
Perú. Live and enjoy the feeling of cosmopolitan Lima.
Extension to the Larcomar Gold Museum Room
One hundred sixty delicate gold artifacts for everyday use, festive and rituals used from
different cultures of the North Coast of Perú, it shown in the new room of the Museo
oro del Perú. The visit to this exhibition last around forty-five minutes and collects the
vision, values and use of different artifacts in gold, silver, and copper. At the end of this
journey, you will witness the treasure protected in the Sican Room, where you find an
extended quantity of gold pieces like ceremonial vases, pectoral and ceremonial knives
for your contemplation.
1 Museum of Banco Central de Reserva, closed to the public on Saturdays and Sundays afternoon

2 MUSEUMS – MORNINGS OR AFTERNOONS. DURATION 4 HOURS. PRIVATE.
Combination of two museums in a 4 hours tour. The Gold Museum and Larco Herrera
Museum, or the Archaeological Museum and National Museum.

MUSEUMS OF LIMA – SIC
LARCO MUSEUM AND ARCHAEOLOGICAL MUSEUM – SIC: Morning: 09:15 am,
Afternoon: 02:30 pm, Duration: 04 hours.

Daily except on Mondays
In a single tour you will be able to visit beautiful Colonial mansions that hold the most
important collections of gold, ceramics, textiles and art in South America. Great
museums are in capital cities and Lima is one of them. Lima is home for two of the
most important museums in this part of the Americas and they show the best pieces
and collections of the pre-Columbian art of Peru and the New World.
LARCO MUSEUM: Ancient colonial residence dating back to the18th century, built on
top of a 8th century pyramid, this fabulous museum includes the exquisite Collection of
Peruvian “Gold and Silver from the ancient Peru”, and the Pre-Hispanic Erotic Art
Room. Its masterpieces are considered worldwide icons, after being exhibited in the
world’s best museums. Larco is one of the few museums in the world where visitors are
allow to visit the storage area with over 45,000 archaeological pieces that have been
classified by renowned specialists. The Larco Museum exhibits the largest private
collection of pre-Columbian Peruvian art in the world.
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ARCHAEOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY AND HISTORY: (2)
Quinta house, ancient residence of the viceroys and liberators. Is considered the most
significant and complete museum in Peru. The museum also contains various
important stone pieces from the formative period (1000 BC), the “Stella Raymondy”
and the “Tello Obelisk”. One of the most complete collections of textiles, ceramics, and
silverwork of pre-Columbian cultures are kept there. The remarkable Tawantinsuyo

Room shows the history of one hundred years of the Inca Empire through virtual
models and re-creations.
(2) National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History. Closed on Mondays.

PACHACAMAC RUINS – ONLY MORNINGS. DURATION 3 HOURS. PRIVATE.
Guided tour to the sanctuary of Pachacamac´s God, Universe creator and divinity
venerated by the Ande Americans. It is a holy place since the beginnings of the
Christian Era, where millions of pilgrims gave their offers and ask the Oracle for advice.
Pachacamac has a lot of pyramidal temples and places built by different pre-Columbian
cultures and by the Incas. Temples of : Pachacamac, Dios del Sol (sun god), Las
Mujeres Escogidas (Chosen Women), and Las Virgenes del Sol (Sun Virgins).
Pachacamac also has a museum that exhibits the idol of Pachacamac´s God. All the
place is condered holy and it is a part of the worlds´s mystic axis. The tour allows you
a visit to Barranco Streets, Costa Verde Beaches, Saldo del Fraile cliffs and Villa
Swamps, by travelling through the South Panamerica highway.
PACHACAMAC RUINS – SIC: Morning and afternoons - Duration: 04 hours.
A unique archaeological and mystical experience: The Oracle, Temples, Palaces,
Myths and Legends.
We start our tour with a panoramic view of the Pucllana temple built in the 4th century
A.D., an ancestral and ceremonial site dedicated to the local divinities.
PACHACAMAC: Guided tour of the splendid and vast archaeological citadel of
Pachacamac. The temple of the deity Pachacamac, believed to be the creator of the
universe and a divinity adored by old Andean civilizations. A sacred and ceremonial
site dating back to the beginnings of Christianity where, thousands of pilgrims
converged to pay tribute and consult the Pachacamac oracle, who they believed could
see the past, the future and people’s fate.
The site comprises pyramidal temples and enclosures built by successive pre-
Columbian civilizations and by the Incas. Highlights include the Temple of
Pachacamac, the Sun God shrine, and the Palace of the Chosen Women or Virgins of
the Sun. At the site museum there is an idol of the deity, Pachacamac, which couldn’t
be seen by the profane, and was reserved for the high priests who kept, revered and
interpreted the divine oracle in the old times. A sacred site, the temple was considered
to be part of the planet’s mystical axis.
BARRANCO AND VILLA MARSHLANDS: After a visit to Barranco, a neighborhood
both traditional and bohemian, and its well-known Bridge of Sighs, we will tour the
beaches along the Green Coast and the Friar’s Leap ledge over the ocean, the
Ecological Reserve at the Villa Marshlands, with spectacular views of the Pacific
Ocean along the South Pan-American Highway.

CULINARY TOUR –SIC From Monday to Friday with a minimum of 2 paxs. From
10:00 am to 5 pm.
10.00 am: we will pick you up from your hotel. Full day tour throughout every corner
where the best Peruvian food is cooked and served. The tourist will not only be able to
witness the preparation, but also taste the exquisite flavor of our country’s most
representative dishes.
10.30 am: visit to a Market: a specialist will cut a fish into fillets and them into dices to
prepare a good ceviche.
11.00 am: back to the bus. Guide tour across the city.
11.30 am: preparation of Peruvian dishes, known as Ceviche: masterly presentation of
Ceviche at one of the best local seafood restaurants.
12.15: audiovisual presentation of the history of Peruvian drinks.
12.45: guided visit to a Pisco tavern and cellar. Learn how to prepare Pisco Sour and
other Peruvian cocktails. You will have the chance to taste our famous national drink,
the Pisco, in a variety of cocktails and presentations.

13.45: audiovisual presentation of the history of Peruvian food with comments of well-
known chefs. Mrs. Isabel Alvarez from the Señorío de Sulco Restaurant and Cesar
Alacorta from Brujas de Cachiche Restaurant.
14.45: lunch at a typical Peruvian food restaurant. The lunch buffet includes the best
and most traditional dishes of our Peruvian cuisine, as well as virgin typical drinks and
soft drinks.
16.00: visit to Dedalos Boutique where you will buy Peruvian cookbooks or Peruvian
souvenirs. End your day tasting a delicious cup of coffee or a cup of coca tea.
17.00: return to the hotel.

CITY TOUR BY NIGHT INCLUDING DINNER. Min 2 paxs. Panoramic only.
Discover the beauty of our city by visiting the main attractions and architectonic
monuments wonderfully illuminated under the enchantment and tranquility of Lima’s
nighttime. Enjoy a spectacular Peruvian show and a great dinner buffet.
Our trip, shows Lima’s impressive Historical Center such as: Grau Square, the Palace
of Justice, the French Palace), the Catedral, the Archbishop’s Palace, the Government
Palace, the Desamparados Train Station, the San Francisco Convent among others.
You will be able to take unforgettable photos, with all the serenity that Lima offers at
night, and having all these illuminated monuments as a background.
The perfect end to a spectacular night will be the best Peruvian Folk Show and a
delicious buffet dinner, prepared and presented specially for you at the famous
restaurant “Junius”. There, you will taste the best of Peruvian cuisine, you will enjoy its
various and exquisite gastronomy, as well as a selection of the most important cultural
expression of Peruvian’s coast and highlands which make of Junius the most important
restaurant in Lima, with a pleasant folkloric show. Also, you have the opportunity to
purchase local products of top quality such as pisco, chocolates, wines, jewelry,
potteries, books among others items.
Based on a modern and cosmopolitan concept, Junius qualify as the first “Peruvian
Restaurant Boutique” of the capital
LIMA ILLUMINATED + WATER FOUNTAINST - From Wednesdays to Sundays at
6:30 pm.
Discover the beauty of our capital, by visiting its most important attractions and
architecture monuments that are beautifully lighting up under the peacefully and
enchanted night of Lima.
Our tour, shows in details impressive historical centre of Lima. It presents in a
panoramic way attractions as important as the Grau Square, San Martine Square,
Justice Palace, French Palace, Cathedral of Lima, the Archdiocese Palace,
Government Palace, Desamparados Station, San Francisco convent among other
places.
Imagine taking unforgettable pictures, with the serenity that offers the nights of Lima
with its splendid attractions beautifully lighting up.
Also, we will visit (from Wednesday to Sunday) the water fountains.
“Circuito Magico del Agua” is a wonderful show of Ornamental Cybernetic Fountains
an interactive that achieve a perfect conjunction and a harmony of water, light, music
and images, with a magical Fountain with more than 80 meters high and 12
spectacular Cybernetic Fountains with multifunctional installations, becoming one of
the most important international touristic destinations.
The technology applied in these fountains correspond to the most modern in
Cybernetic fountains field which allow the creation of a series of choreographies,
including laser effects as well as variation in the programming.
As Historic Park, Urban monument and Heritage of the Nation, La Reserva Park
position itself as the welcoming door to the Historical Centre of Lima.

Water Fountains List
1.- “Fuente Mágica”
2.- “Fuente de la Fantasía”
3.- “Fuente de la Ilusión”
4.- “Fuente Cúpula Visitable”
5.- “Fuente Tanguis”
6.- “ Fuente de la Armonía”
7.- “Fuente Arco Iris”
8.- “Fuente Túnel de las Sorpresas”
9.- “Fuente Laberinto del Ensueño”
10.- “Fuente de la Vida”
11.- “Fuente de las tradiciones”
12.- “Fuente Río de los Deseos”
13.- “Fuente de los Niños”
PERUVIAN PASO HORSE TOUR SHOW – DEPARTURES TUESDAYS &
THURSDAYS
HACIENDA MAMACONA
Twenty minutes from Lima at Km. 25 of the South Panamerican highway, road to Lurin,
is the traditional Hacienda Mamacona; a place full of mysticism, culture and tradition,
where you will enjoy a unique spectacle.
PERUVIAN PASO HORSE – “EL CABALLO PERUANO DE PASO”
This noble animal, unique in its race, is characterized by its walking elegance , a walk
more like a dance.
We offer you enjoy the skilful and beautiful copies of the work barges, trainers and
jockeys in a show full of grace and finesse
NATIONAL FEAST
It is presented with an early dinner; The Peruvian food, characterized by its spicy
flavors, its spicy and exotic mixtures, gives us the opportunity to enjoy the most
representative dishes and delicious, offering a varied buffet and prepared by top chefs
Peruvians.
In addition during the dinner provides an excellent introduction to Peruvian dances,
with the best selection of our folklore, which includes sea, celebrations, Huaynos and
devils.
A whole range of emotions and moments that make your stay an unforgettable
memory.

PACHACAMAC RUINS + PERUVIAN PASO HORSE SHOW – DEPARTURES
TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS
Excursion exclusive only in selected to present three attractions.
PACHACÁMAC sacred place and ceremonial beginning of the Christian era where
thousands of pilgrims came to present their offerings and to consult the oracle of
Pachacamac, who watched the past, the future and fate.
Includes pyramid temples and halls built by several pre-Columbian cultures and by the Incas. Emphasize the temple of Pachacamac, the worship of Sun God and the Palace of the women choose, the Virgins of the Sun. The whole place is considered sacred and mystical part of the axis of the world.
HORSE SHOW FOR PERUVIAN PASO AND THE NATIONAL HOLIDAY
Exclusive and spectacular display of the Peruvian Paso horses that also includes a delicious dinner early with a full show of folk dances typical of Peru. In-depth explanation of this service, see previous tour of Horses Paso.
CARAL – Tour available only on private services.
Guided visit to the City of Caral, located at 182 kilometers North of Lima in the Supe
Valley. Caral is considered as the oldest city in America, almost as ancient as Egypt,
Mesopotamia, India and China. The City is formed by a group of edifications that allow
us to witness the great scientific, technological and artistic advances its people
achieved; an amazing process of development that took place under a total isolation in
opposition to the cultural exchange of the societies of the old continent.

PALOMINO ISLANDS – 4 HOURS – DAILY 9:30 AM AND 02:00 PM
Once on board of our Cruise ship, which is properly equipped for long sailing trips, we
will begin our excursion.
THE CAMOTAL
Once part of the old port-city of El Callao, currently covered by the relentless waters of
the Ocean, as a result of the 1746 Earthquake. On low-tide days, you may observe
some remains in this place.
SAN LORENZO ISLAND
Four kilometers off-shore the El Callao bay, it is 8 km long by 2,5 km wide. Once the
place of religious centers in pre-Columbian times, it became during the Colony a bone
yard for seamen, pirates and corsairs. Later it was turned into an appealing research
place for men of science, including the great English scientist Charles Darwin.
Currently made a military area, you'll be able to have a panoramic view of the island as
we sail past.
FRONTON ISLAND
About 7 km off-shore, it sticks out of the seas as a huge rock. You'll se there the
remains of the eponymous old Penitentiary, besides listening to some of its countless
stories and anecdotes.
CAVINZAS ISLANDS
Group of islands and small islands with plenty of natural caves and caverns; it is the
last guano-harvesting site. Now, they are a natural paradise for seabirds such as
pelicans, Peruvian boobies, guanays, red-legged cormorants, and a variety of gulls.
They are also inhabited by Humboldt penguins, which may be occasionally seen.
PALOMINO ISLANDS
Important group of islands; which nature seems to have deliberately turned into habitat
and refuge for sea lions, as these huge, frolicsome, friendly animals thrives in these
rocky Islands, with plenty of thrilling natural caves and caverns. In fact, if you are
prepared, you may take a bath and a picture with sea lions in the background.
Return. Landing. Back to the dock.
OUR PROGRAM INCLUDES:
- Trip, life vests.
- All the fees at the Port.
RECOMMENDATIONS:
-Wear sport clothes
- Use Sneakers (to prevent you from slipping off the ship floor).
-Made sure to eat a light breakfast
-For those who are not used to sailing take a pill against seasickness (Dramamine or -
Gravol) one hour prior to setting sail.
-Bring some snacks and soft drinks.

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