Lomas de Lachay and Paraiso Lagoon.
Some are set departures, but also on demand.
After an early start from Lima you will be entering Lomas de Lachay reserve 105 km north of Lima. These coastal hills are an oasis in the desert, seasonally covered in a fog-bank that provides water for annuals and xerophytic plants like cactus and agaves. Many very special birds can be seen such as Cactus Canastero, Thick-billed, Coastal and Grayish Miner, Raimondi´s Yellow-Finch, Least Seedsnipe, Collared Warbling-Finch, Tawny-throated Dotterel, Masked Yellowthroat and many more species are possible at Lomas de Lachay.
Paraiso lagoon is a place where the rare Peruvian Tern breeds. We have had good success in localizing this species through-out the year here. It is also a haven for wintering shorebirds and there is quite large colony of wintering Chilean Flamingos.