Established in 1989 as the Reserved Area of Pantanos de Villa, this swamp region is considered an international important wetland for water birds. The habitat has more than 200 hectares and is home to approximate 206 species of birds between migratory and resident. It is surrounded by 7 lagoons where one can take walks to observe the birds and fish.
It is an important destination of scientific, educational and recreational value for the visitors, housing a representative sample of the flora and fauna of the coastal wetlands of Peru. The importance of Los Pantanos de Villa lies in the fact that it is the only area of the city with a natural environment and place to rest and feed birds during their migratory journey.