City of Nazca - Ica

The city of Ica is the capital of the Ica region in southern Peru. While the area was long inhabited by varying cultures of indigenous people

What to do in Ica - Nazca?

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Ballestas Islands

The Islas Ballestas near Paracas is also called the Poor Man’s Galapagos Islands.

where you’ll visit some rock formations and see a glimpse of the marine life. Home to various species of marine animals, passing by the mysterious geoglyph called El Candelabro (candlestick).

we set out in a straight line to the actual Peruvian Pelicans, Humboldt Penguins, Peruvian boobies, red-legged and Guanay Cormorants and some Inca Terns

Huacachina Oasis (Adrenaline)

built around a small oasis surrounded by sand dunes. It is in the Ica province, about five kilometers from the city of Ica

Desert adventure in a buggy in the dunes of Ica. Those who wish, can go sandboarding and enjoy a spectacular sunset in the desert of Ica. Lots of fun and a great opportunity to take amazing pictures of the desert. This tour lasts about 2 hours.

Nazca lines (overflight)

What do a giant hummingbird, a monkey, and an astronaut have in common? Well, apart from the fact that they're all etched into the floor of the desert near Nazca, no one really seems to know.Welcome to one of the world's greatest mysteries—the enigmatic Nazca Lines.

The flight takes 30 min. We will fly over the famous geoglyphs, such as the Whale, the Astronaut, the Monkey, the Hummingbird, among others. Cerro Blanco, the highest sand dune in the world.


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