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The Nazca Lines, are the most extraordinary legacy left by a culture that flourished in 300 BC. These lines are a series of complex designs up to 300 meters (984 feet) long which can only be seen in their true dimension at an altitude of at least 1500 feet.
The lines that decorate the desert floor like embroidery of the gods have been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and the ancient mystery of the figures still waits to be unraveled. Paracas is home to the Paracas Reserve, which harbors a large variety of bird species, sea lion colonies, penguins, and many other species, making the area one of the country´s richest in terms of biodiversity.
The area is ideal for adventure sports, eco-tourism, and sailing. We recommend the early morning boat rides around the Ballestas Islands.
Visit the Sacred Valley, Cusco and Machu Picchu.
Know enchanting attractions and landscapes such as the Sacred Valley (Overnight in a Sacred Valley hotel); with terraces adorning the mountains, picturesque villages where the past is ever-present, and Machu Picchu, an Inca jewel, built with the wisdom of the ancient Peruvians in an ecological setting.
Discover the city of Cusco, also known as the “Navel of the World”, seductive and striking, whose history lives in the streets and squares; the enigmatic Qoricancha or temple of the sun, and the 12-sided stone, works of engineering that allow us to appreciate the greatness of our ancestors.
Visit the Uyuni salt flat, Colchani, Incahuasi island, Tunupa volcano, Red and Green lakes.
The attractions of this region have created a natural surrealist landscape. The sandy desert panorama is the backdrop to a wealth of natural and cultural attractions visited by thousands of people each year. Coloured lakes, geysers, various species of flamingos, and Andean fauna all contribute to making this area a unique natural wonder of the world.