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Paracas - Ica - Nazca 3D/2N

Day 1 : Lima - Paracas.
At 6:30 a.m. you will be picked up from your hotel, and we will leave for either Paracas or Pisco. From there you will be met and transferred to your hotel of choice. At the time we agree upon you will visit the Paracas National Reserve, where you will visit the Julio C. Tello Museum, and a lookout point where you will see birds like flamingos. You will also visit the beaches of the reserve. After which we return to the hotel for the night.

Day 2: Paracas - Nazca - Ica.
We will leave Nazca in the morning to take a small flight over the Nazca Lines. After the flight you will be transported to Ica to take the city tour, where we will visit Regional Museum of Ica, as well as Huacachina, the Señor de Luren Sanctuary, and more. After the tour you will be transported to Paracas or Pisco to spend the night.

Day 3 : Paracas - Ballestas - Lima.
In the morning after a continental breakfast you will be transferred to the Chaco Pier to take your tour by boat. We will visit the Ballestas Islands and the Paracas Candelabra. On our course we will pass the Port of San Martin Bay where we will observe the Candelabro a gigantic figure resembling the Nazca Lines. This giant figure is only visible from sea. From the Ballestas Islands you will be able to observe the amazing sea life such as sea lions, various types of birds including Humboldt penguins and many more. Also visible are the amazing rock formations, which make up some of the most beautiful sights along the Peruvian coast. After the tour you will be returned to the Chaco docks. There are return trips to Lima leaving at 2:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m.

-Bus tickets Lima/Paracas, Pisco/Lima
-2 Nights lodging in the hotel of your choice
-Flight over the Nazca Lines
-Tour of the Ballestas and the Paracas Candelabro
-Transfers between tours, entrances, and guided tours

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Posted by tours in machu picchu on 2012/11/26 8:00:00 (3532 reads)

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