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Hotel Majoro
Hotel Majoro
7,7 Good
Panamericana Sur KM 453, Nazca, Peru
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4,0 km from city centre, Nazca 
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7,7

Hotel Majoro is located in Nazca and offers outdoor tennis courts. It also provides massage services, meeting rooms and an outdoor pool.

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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:January
Average price in Nazca:R837/night
Absolute cheapest price found:R63/night
Cheapest day:Tuesday
Most expensive day:Monday
R385 - R1 635
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R428 - R706
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Hotel Majoro
Hotel Majoro
7,7 Good
Panamericana Sur KM 453, Nazca, Peru
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4,0 km from city centre,  

Hotel Majoro is located in Nazca and offers outdoor tennis courts. It also provides massage services, meeting rooms and an outdoor pool.

R1 104
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Hotel Majoro
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Hotel Majoro

Panamericana Sur KM 453, Nazca, Peru

7,7 Good
R1 104

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About Nazca

Nazca is a launchpad to one of the most fascinating archaeological sites in South America. The town is a stone’s throw from the Nazca Lines, an ancient set of sand etchings carved by a pre-Inca civilisation as early as AD 450. In the lively town centre, you’ll find an excellent selection of hotels, cafes and restaurants.

Things to do

Sprawled across an area of more than 500 square kilometres, the Nazca Lines continue to mystify archaeologists. The UNESCO World Heritage Site features more than 800 straight lines etched into the desert, as well as hundreds of geoglyphs and dozens of animals and plants. Scenic flights are the best way to view the Nazca Lines and comprehend the sheer size and scale of the drawings.

Find out more about the mysterious lines at the excellent Nazca Planetarium. Evening lectures are run by local experts and cover how the lines were made, as well as theories on why they were etched into the desert.

An easy day trip from Nazca, Chauchilla Cemetery is filled with human bones, skulls and mummified remains. The archaeological site dates back to AD 1000 and features a series of sunken tombs carved into the rocks. Trips to nearby Reserva Nacional Punta de San Juan get you up close with penguins, sea lions and other marine life.

Nazca is well set up for travellers and has plenty of cafes and restaurants to enjoy. Sample local Peruvian delicacies such as “lomo saltado” beef stir-fry, “aji de gallina” chicken stew and ceviche made with freshly caught fish.

Getting around

Nazca is compact and easy to get around on foot. Long-distance buses connect Nazca with nearby towns and cities and Lima is a 6.5-hour drive north. Guided tours are the best way to visit surrounding sites and attractions.

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  • What are the best hotels in Nazca?

    One of the most popular hotels in Nazca is Casa Andina Standard Nasca, which has been reviewed by 270 users and currently has a rating of 8,3/10. Other top-rated locations include DM Hoteles Nasca and Hotel Majoro, which have received 8,2/10 and 7,7/10 ratings from our users, respectively.