Region: Lima Region

The Ballestas Islands

Dubbed the “poor man’s Galapagos”, the Ballestas Islands are an important breeding ground for sea birds including the guanay cormorant and Peruvian booby, found in huge colonies. The islands are also home to large numbers of sea lions, pelicans and penguins. Dolphins and small whales can be seen swimming in the bay, and sea lions … Continued

Double Tree El Pardo

Conveniently located in the heart of Lima’s Miraflores district, close to the restaurants and cafés of Kennedy Park


Peru’s capital is a typical modern city, yet its Spanish colonial past is well reflected in various buildings mainly centred around the Plaza de Armas, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. As well as interesting museums and galleries, Lima has some good beaches , a lively clifftop entertainment complex, and some excellent world class restaurants.

Hotel Emancipador

Located close to the Paracas waterfront where many restaurants, shops and amenities can be found.

Nazca Lines

The small desert town of Nazca hosts the world’s largest sand dune and a series of markings in the desert that have baffled scientists since 1941. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and covering a huge area, the Nazca Lines are a mysterious collection of geometrical lines and shapes resembling, among others, a killer whale, … Continued

La Hacienda Bahia Paracas

A perfect location to relax after exploring the Paracas National Reserve and the rich marine life of the Ballestas Islands

Hotel Doubletree Paracas

Luxurious hotel on Santo Domingo beach with close proximity to the Paracas Natural Reserve