Between the years 100 BCE and 700 CE the Nazca Pre-Inca Culture developed near the south coast of Peru. Through many generations, the natives produced the Nazca Lines, geoglyphs that occupy an area of 500 km2 in the desert. The meaning of these drawings is still unclear and is the subject of many theories. You will learn about the most important figures, explore some theories, learn about Maria Reiche who studied the Nazca Lines, and witness the unfortunate degradation that this World Heritage Site is suffering. Maximum fifteen participants.