Day 1.- Pantanos de Villa, Humedales de Puerto Viejo
Departure from Lima, first stop on the Villa Wetlands to photograph Great Grebe, Andean Duck, Yellow-hooded Black-Bird. Continuing south along the Pan American highway will enter the Wetlands of Puerto Viejo, where it is easy to find the Many-colored Rush-tyrant, Coastal Miner, Parrot-billed Seedeater, Peruvian Thick-knee.
Briefly turning off to the east along the Cañete river until we reach the village of Lunahuana. We can observe Slender-billed Finch, Peruvian Pigmy Owl, Black-necked Woodpecker, etc. Overnight in Lunahuana.
Day 2.- Paracas National Reserve
We will continue south along the Pan-American highway reaching Pisco and Paracas, where we can photograph flocks of Chilean Flamingos and the rare Peruvian Tern. It is also possible to photograph sea otters. Overnight in Pisco.
Day 3.- Islas Ballestas, Nazca
In Ballestas Islands the beautiful Inca Tern and Red-legged Cormorant are abundant, in addition to the Guanay Cormorant and one of the three penguins that live in the tropics, the Humboldt Penguin. In addition to these birds we will see mammals such as sea lions, dolphins, etc. Departure to Nazca in the afternoon.
Day 4.- Condors in the Bahia de San Fernando
Entrance to the bay of San Fernando in a 4x4 vehicle. Passing through the area of coastal “lomas” where Least Seedsnipe and Tawny-throated Dotterel live. It is also possible to photograph the Andean Fox and the Guanaco, both migrants from the Andes. In the bay the Andean Condor is visible throughout the year, especially during the summer when the sea lions play. We may also catch glimpses of groups of Humboldt Penguin and Surf Cinclodes. During the summer even from the shore you can see Humpback Whale groups. In the evening we will take a closer look at the Andean Condors by approaching the cliffs where they fly. Camping in the bay.
Day 5.- Cahuachi and Estaquería
Tour around the bay. Back to Nazca, visiting the archaeological site of Estaquería and Cahuachi on the road. Overnight in Nazca.
Day 6.- Nazca Lines
Flight over the lines of Nazca. Return to Lima, stopping in the woods bordering the rivers Nazca and Palpa.