5 expert reviews
“Lima itself is dotted with excavations of pre-columbian cultures, but in Pachacámac... the ruins literally spill out of the sandy hills above the ocean.”
– Afar Magazine
"Here they worshipped Pachacámac, creator of the world. It was a pilgrimage site, and people from all over the region came to worship." Full review
"The archaeological complex of Pachacamac is a pre-Columbian citadel made up of adobe and stone palaces and temple pyramids."
"The remains of what was the most important religious complex in coastal Peru for over a millennium. " Full review
"The ruins of what was one of the most prestigious sanctuaries of pre-Columbian Peru stand at the mouth of the fertile Río Lurín valley, between the coast and the southern Panamerican Highway" Full review