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Good wineries in the desert

Only four hours from Lima, it offers a variety of marine life, interesting museums, beaches, and dunes, particularly vineyards: good wine and Pisco for Peru and the wolrd. The gastronomy is varied and delicious in this land of fiestas and popular religious devotion.

Ica is a region known for having a great historical legacy from which emerged important pre-Columbian civilizations. The city of deserts, beaches, oases and valleys, is a territory full of magic that still continues to surprise visitors.

Ica is home of magical places such as the Huacachina lagoon, which is characterized by the emerald green color of its waters, bordered by abundant and beautiful vegetation.


History and archaeological remains

This is the place for lovers of nature, with peaceful beaches and Summer weather almost all year round.

The natural reserve is a paradise of great natural beauty where different ecosystems can be seen as well as archaeological remains from the Paracas culture and an inmense diversity of marine life.



A land of mystery

This is one of the most enigmatic cities in the Peruvian desert and the meaning of its historical legacy is still obcure. The wisdom of the Nazca culture thrills visitors, in the form of an enormous network of lines running for several kilometers under the hot desert sun, as well as other impressive structures that intrigue the wolrd.

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