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Full Day Ballestas Islands Boat Trip from Lima

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Total Price Per Group
From$310
Total Price Per Group
From$310
Available: 7 seats
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1 Day
Availability : All Year
Overview

Embark on a boat tour through Paracas Reserve to the Ballestas Islands and admire the beautiful marine wildlife and over 150 different species of birds that call the islands their home. Spot dolphins and with a little luck, witness enormous whales.

What to Expect
  • Hop on a car journey from Lima to Paracas
  • Have an enjoyable time on a boat ride to the Ballestas Islands
  • Spot a wide variety of marine wildlife such as marine birds, sea lions, pelicans and penguins
Tour Details

Departure & Return Location

Your Hotel in Lima (Google Map)

Your Hotel in Lima (Google Map)

Departure Time & Duration

4:oo am

1 Day

Price Includes

  • Boat Tour in a Group
  • Round trip transportation by bus between Lima and Paracas
  • Transfers between bus stations and hotel
  • Ballestas Islands entrance fee
  • Tour Guide

Price Excludes

  • Food and Drinks
  • Gratuities

Additional Information

  • Best season: November to May
  • Cancellation policy: This tour is non-refundable
Itinerary

Full DayBallestas Islands Boat Trip

Set sail for the spectacular Islas Ballestas on this incredible day trip off the coast of southern Peru. Make sure you are wide awake in order to spot the beautiful seabirds and sea lions that shelter in the many caves and arches of these protected islands.

You will have the opportunity to witness the famous Candelabra geoglyph, a giant figure engraved into the sandy hills. Spot some of the more than 150 species of marine birds, including the Humboldt penguin, cormorants, boobies, and pelicans.

You’ll approach the islands for spectacular views of the animals on the shore, animals flying overhead and those swimming beneath the ocean. Be on the lookout for the dolphins and even whales during the boat ride. They cannot be missed!

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