Bolivia Hop has helped more than 30,000 travellers see these amazing lines since our formation in 2013. Below we have created a comprehensive guide to help you when booking your Nazca Lines Flight crafted by our expert local knowledge. A flight is the only way for anyone genuinely intrigued by these ancient wonders.
If you want information on the perfect bus for you to take to Nazca, check out our passes page. First, choose your departure city, then the destinations you want to hop off at, and finally how long you want to travel. Then take a look at our passes to find which route is the perfect one to get you to Nazca.
There are no Nazca Lines’ Flight tours operated by Bolivia Hop. Read below to see the operators Bolivia Hop would recommend.
Price: $79 USD (plus S/.30 soles airport tax paid upon arrival)
Times: The time of the flight can be arranged when you book the tour. Flight conditions are best during the morning when winds are favourable.
Duration: 30 minutes flight time.
Special deal for Bolivia Hop Passengers – Tours booked with AeroNasca via FindLocalTrips.com include extended flight time for getting an aerial viewing of the Cantalloc Acueduct Systems and free date changes are allowed up until the evening before your tour starts.
Would we recommend the Nazca Lines Flight?
Definitely. There is no better way to see the classic geogylph shapes and drawings, similar to what one see’s on postcards, other than the flight. The hundreds of geometric shapes and designs are dispersed across the desert and one can only truly appreciate images such as the astronaut, the whale, the spider and the hummingbird from right above.
Can Bolivia Hop help me reserve the flight?
We would recommend booking the Nazca Lines Flight a few days in advance using the booking link on this page. The flight costs $79 and an additional airport tax of 30 soles is also then added. If you pre-book, you are ensuring that you will definitely get a flight slot when you arrive. As well as this, AeroNasca picks you up from the bus terminal to bring you to the airport and drops you off in the town centre after your flight.
SPECIAL DEAL FOR BOLIVIA HOP PASSENGERS – Tours booked with AeroNasca via FindLocalTrips.com are allowed free date changes up until the evening before the tour starts.
I have read that there are a lot of accidents. Is the flight safe?
Yes, it is now. Years ago, accidents happened occasionally due to the lack of flight safety control. Now, it is necessary for flight companies to follow specific safety protocol. It is also necessary for there to be appropriate weather conditions and if there is not, then none of the flight companies are allowed to leave the airport. Generally, the weather is the best in the morning, so we would recommend getting to Nazca as early as you can for your flight to avoid disappointment. There have not been any accidents for several years, however we still choose only to work with the safest company, AeroNasca.
I suffer from motion sickness. Would you still recommend the flight?
We would not recommend the Nazca Lines Flight to anyone prone to flight sickness. The typically small planes can hold 8/10 passengers and even though the flight lasts for approximately 30 minutes, passengers on both sides of the plane get to see all of the lines. Therefore, the plane must encompass each line first from one side and then from the other.
What else is there to see in Nazca?
The Nazca Lines Flight is the major thing to do in Nazca. Apart from that, there are a few museums worth taking a look at and you can also find fantastically preserved ancient mummies in the Chauchilla cemetery. We would not advise you spend more than a day trip in Nazca.
I am travelling from Lima to Cusco and want to do the Nazca Lines Flight but do not want to spend a night in Nazca itself. Is this possible?
For an easy transfer, private shuttles (50 soles, 2.5 hrs) make direct trips from Huacachina to Nazca every day. The service includes pick-up directly from Huacachina (Wild Rover Hostel) and drop off at the airport in nazca for the flight.
I want to see the Nazca Lines but do not want to pay for the flight…
If you are travelling with Bolivia Hop, you will also have the opportunity to see the Nazca Lines completely free. Bolivia Hop passes include a visit to the Nazca Lines Viewing Tower from which three of the geogylphs can be seen. The onboard guide will tell you all about the fascinating history behind the age-old Nazca culture and current theories behind these mystifying Lines.