Pick up from the hotel will then be transferred to Paracas.
08:00 We will go to El Chaco pier, from this place we will depart to the Ballestas Islands in modern slippers where you can enjoy a wonderful tour to the BALLESTAS ISLANDS, located in the Bay of Paracas. Where you can appreciate this wonder of nature and wild marine life such as sea lions, Humboldt penguins, black or guanay cormorants, flamingos, parihuanas and various sea birds. Sea lions are likely to come to the boat and many penguins are seen in the water. Thousands of seabirds fly between the islands and their nests can be seen on the rocks. They will also appreciate the Candelabra where the guide will tell us about the different hypotheses about his formation (1:45 hours approx.).
Then we go to the Paracas National Reserve located in one of the most desert points of the Peruvian coast, in the department of Ica, located in an exceptionally rich maritime zone, whose outcrops of extremely cold waters produce a great abundance of plankton that nourishes fish, crustaceans and mollusk The reserve has favorable environments on the coast for the conservation and quiet reproduction of numerous species of resident and migratory birds. Visit the inrena interpretation center, walk to the Flamincos viewpoint, Catedral: Lagunillas beaches rock formation. Transfer to the Paracas hotel. Overnight
Transfer to the bus station to Nasca
09:00 We start the journey to visit the Inca ruins of Paredones, a tambo, built a long time ago by the Incas. In this place we will explore the stone enclosures and receive an introduction about the history of the Incas by our local guide. Then we will visit an archaeological zone known as Las Agujas, where it is possible to observe a huge trapezoid from the top of a small hill.
Here our guide will inform you about the various theories of the Nasca lines and will have the opportunity to have a closer view of a famous design built more than a thousand years ago.
Finally we will visit the aqueducts of Cantayoc, where we will witness the great ingenuity of the ancient inhabitants, who in their struggle for survival built underground canals, which are still used today. Our guide will provide us with interesting information about the ancient hydraulic engineering, irrigation issues and way of life of the Nazca. In the surroundings you will be able to appreciate a natural scenario of cotton, corn, potato, etc. plantations. (the fruits are seen, depending on the season). At the end of the tour, you will be transferred back to your hotel. At the appropriate time transfer to the bus station.
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