Questions about the Nazca Lines and Nazca Lines Flight are common, mostly because of the mysterious nature of the drawings. Here are the most frequently asked questions and the answers!

Over 800 lines, 300 geometric figures, and 70 animal and plant drawings are etched on the desert land. To learn a bit more about the geoglyphs, check out our Nazca Lines info page!

The flight is not recommended for those susceptible to flight sickness. The 8/10 seat passenger planes are small, and although the flight duration is around 30 minutes, it allows passengers on both sides of the plane to see all the Lines. Consequently, the plane must encircle each line first from one side and then from the other.

Make sure to have your original passport with you for the flight. Also, don’t forget your phone and/or camera are a must to capture pictures of the lines! Other than that, nothing really.

Yes, they’re safe! Flights are only authorized to leave during appropriate weather conditions and all the flight companies must adhere to strict safety guidelines. If the weather conditions change then no flight company is allowed to depart from the airport.

The duration of the flight over the Nazca Lines is roughly 30 minutes.

We recommend eating something simple and light.