Lima Day Tours & Excursions
→ Lima day tours important attractions always bring the amazing memories. They’re unique experiences not many foreign visitors can return home with. From haunted houses, old school criolla music venues and the biggest procession in the world, these attractions are a good look at the traditions and idiosyncrasies of Limeños. This impressive Lima, Peru tours includes cool and kooky things to do in Lima that even some Peruvians can’t claim to have done. While you visit Machu Picchu the capital of the country must be visited.
Schedule, or those who want to experience the real Peru with the locals. Instead of waiting for many hours at the airport for your flight to go home, Happy Gringo Tours organizes everything from picking you up to taking for a 4 hours tour; the options are many among them: Shanty Tour, Lima’s Colors & flavors tour, city of Kings & Queens tour, the water show! – Our main purpose is to create unique activities, local and affordable tours, which are also beneficial to the local communities and their families.
Lima Day Trips
Lima is the capital metropolitan city of Peru; known as the City of Kings is the main departure point to the many amazing destinations in Peru. You can visit Paracas, a small town home to the Ballestas Islands – a place with the most magnificent marine wildlife – or Huacachina; the only Oasis in South America known as the best spot for sandboarding.
Are you ready to explore the ultimate city tours of Lima? During this day trip from Lima, you will visit all the top tourist attractions that the city has to offer and you will even get to know the outskirts of the city a little when heading to Pachacamac, an impressive pre-Inca ceremonial center south of Lima. After having had many cultural impression of the city, you will visit the magic water circuit at night which is known for a spectacular show of lights, water, music and pictures. This is definitely a must see while being in Lima. With this 1-day sightseeing tour, you will get to know the best of the capital of Peru.