Juliaca to Nazca Bus


Civa Bus Boarding Points in Juliaca

There are a number of boarding points in Juliaca where passengers can board their Civa bus. Every traveler can choose a boarding point in Juliaca depending on their convenience. The following boarding points of Civa in Juliaca are:

  • Terminal Terrestre De Juliaca
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Civa Bus Dropping Points in Nazca

Civa buses stop at various dropping points in Nazca thereby making it convenient for passengers. The dropping points for Civa in Nazca are:

  • Terminal Nazca
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Civa Bus Company

Civa is a company founded in the city of Piura, with over 40 years in the market. Civa specializes in the ground transportation of passengers, courier and shipping (thanks to an improved service of buses civa). We have the largest number of destinations and routes nationwide. We are the first company with an entire fleet of 180Рbed-seat buses: our Excluciva service has fully reclining seats. Additionally, our new service Superciva, is the only service with different bathrooms for ladies and gentlemen.

Information Contact of Civa

● PUNO ; Terminal Terrestre de Puno, Puno ; Terminal Terrestre de Puno Stand 35-36 (Jr. 1 de mayo W/N, Barrio César Vallejo) - Puno || Working hours: 08:00 - 18:00 hrs. ; 940-480-985 / 051-365-882.

● NAZCA ; Nazca Agency, Ica ; Calle Lima N° 155 - Nazca || Working hours: 06:00 - 22:00 hrs. ; RPC: 956-790-571 / 056-524-390.

What to do during the Juliaca to Nazca route on Civa buses?

Seats reclinable up to 160° on the 1st floor, Seats reclinable up to 145° on the 2nd floor, Air conditioning, Toilets, Hostess on board, TV and music, Food service, 4 hours per shift drivers, GPS.

Tourist attractions of Nazca

Nazca Lines. These lines were discovered in 1927 and are located at 145 kilometers in the south of Nazca. They are lines in the form of animals and plants (such as monkey, dog or condor) that were supposedly used for astrological purposes.

The Cantalloc Loom. They are geoglyphs that can be divided into 3 groups. The first has trapezoid forms. The second has line and circular shapes. The third is a group of circular shapes.


Aqueducts. They are circle-shaped excavations that served as filters. Some have a depth of up to 12 meters.