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Pachacamac Incas Origin and Paso Horse


27kms south of Lima, adventurers can explore a famous temple built in honor of a powerful figure considered amongst gods and worshiped during the Pre Incan era. Considered a God by the Incas and accredited as the creator of their own God, Inti (the sun). Formerly, the most important religious place found in the central coasts of Peru, that still mantains temples dating from four different periods. Paso Horse is a breed of light saddle known for its smooth ride. This breed is protected by Peruvian government and has been declared as a Cultural Heritage of the Nation.


We will pick ug from hotel, to drive south the Pan-American highway all the way to this complex, on the way, you will see how big Lima became after a migration of people from the country side. Once in Pachacamac, you will see the museum where you will see the oracle, then visit the most important temples. After this we will head to our restaurant where you will enjoy lunch and enjoy typical peruvian dances. After lunch it will be time to see the majesty of this Peruvian paso horse and its smooth saddle. 


Start time: 11:00am. (Everyday but mondays)

Duration: 6hrs about.


Pisco Sour tasting

Lunch in buffet service and Typical dances

Pachacamac site and museum guiding and ticket

Paso Horse show.


* Transportation will be by car or van depending on number of people.
* If you have any other dietary restriction, please let us know at your booking.