Tour by Air
The Nazca Lines were declared a World Heritage Site in 1994. To fully appreciate the drawings, the area must be flown over in a light aircraft.
Larger than Life
The Nazca Lines are an enormous network of lines and drawings of animals and plants, attributed to the Nazca culture, covering an area of approximately 135 square miles (350 sq. km). Some of the best drawings depict humming birds, dogs, monkeys and "chaucato", long-tailed mockingbirds.
Keep your Feet on the Ground
From a 12-metre high viewpoint, the figures of the hand and the tree can be partially seen.