How to get to Nazca Peru

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How to get to Nazca Peru

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We were touring around Peru from the north to the south and then east towards Lake Titicaca and then north to Machu Picchu. Our path included these stops in Peru: Mancora, Chiclayo, Cajamarca, Trujillo, Lima, Paracas, and now Nazca. From Nazca, we will head to Arequipa, Lake Titicaca, Cusco, and then Machu Picchu. So we are in now Paracas now headed to Nazca.  Here is how to get to Nazcar Peru.

Bus: From Paracas to Nazca, Peru: You can catch a nice bus from Paracas to Nazca. It is about a 4 hour bus ride. We took the Oltursa bus company in Paracas (Google Map), to their Nazca, Peru company destination (Google Maps). This is a 4 hour bus ride and costs about s/33 (10 USD). Taxis are about s/3 to hotels in Nazca (1 USD).

Bus from Arequipa to Nazca, Peru: You can catch a nice bus from Arequipa to Nazca, Peru. For bus times and prices in English, right click on your Chrome browser and select “Translate into English” at the Oltursa website. You can catch the bus here in Arequipa and it will drop you here in Nazca. It takes 10 hours to get to Nazca from Arequipa and costs about s/80. Taxis are about s/3 to hotels in Nazca (1 USD).

Bus from Lima to Nazca: You can catch a nice bus from Lima to Nazca, Peru. For bus times and prices in English, right click on your Chrome browser and select “Translate into English” at the Oltursa website. It takes 10 hours to get to Nazca from Lima and costs about s/80. Taxis are about s/3 to hotels in Nazca (1 USD).

Flights: There are no flights into Nazca. The closest airport is PICO, but the flights require several stops so they take longer than the bus. If you need to fly into Lima, you will get the best price from Skyscanner. When you land in Lima, make sure to get Peruvian SIM card so you aren’t paying International roaming rates when you use my Google Map links.

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