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RUINS OF PACHACAMAC HIS HOLY TEMPLE AND SITE MUSEUM
The Pachacamac Ruins are located about 31 km south of Lima in the Lurin Valley and are very important in the history of Peru. It was a Pre-Inca citadel that was occupied by the Lima culture (200 BC) and Wari, (600 AD). Between the eleventh and fourteenth centuries the Incas came to this region (Culture Ychsma) and built on it the Sun Temple, the Palace of Taurichumbi and The Acllawasi (House of the Chosen). 

At that time, Pachacamac became the most important Inca center of the coast of Peru. People from all the Incas Villages came to leave their offerings to the god Pachacamac. We will see the remains of palaces, temples and plazas and a site museum with a vast collection of Pre-Inca and Inca pieces. 

This is definitely one of the sights of Lima you can't miss. We will end our tour with a walk in Barranco, the circuit of beaches and parks with a breathtaking view from Larcomar of coastal Miraflores.

Tour price: $ 35.00 per Person
Min 2 Person, Max 9 Person
Includes: Entrance to Ruins and Site Museum with a Bilingual Tour Guide
Duration: 4 hours (approx.)

 

 

 

 

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