Exploring Lima’s Natural Parks
The Peruvian capital is mostly known for its beautiful historical center, the Plaza Mayor, and the Cathedral. Also, because of cool neighborhoods such as Miraflores and Barranco, with great cafes and restaurants with the famous Peruvian food. Furthermore, Lima features many attractive spots with museums and artificial parks on the beautiful coastline.
But did you know Lima also offers endless possibilities for exploring the diverse nature of Peru in the nearby surroundings of the Peruvian capital?
Have you heard of these exciting National Parks not far from the City of Kings? There are excellent opportunities for Exploring Lima’s Natural Parks!
Options include watching sea life, swimming with sea lions, boarding dunes, soaking up the sun on the coast of the Pacific Ocean, hiking through the Andes Mountains on trails that date back to Incan times and exploring one of the world´s bio-diverse hotspots in the Amazon. Peru is simply a paradise for nature lovers! Yes, Including Lima. Let’s see!
1. The Marshes of Villa: perfect Spot for Bird-Watching
The natural vegetation in this reserve consists of water grasses and large marshes. This is a 1-day getaway from the city and the perfect opportunity to observe Peruvian wildlife and experience a small ecosystem right on the border of the capital city.