Views 06 Nov Visit Paracas, Peru
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Paracas is a coastal town in Peru, at a four hour bus drive from Lima , that offers some of the most beautiful photographic scenes in my most recent memory. You can take a bus ride to the national reserve to observe the desert, museum, and restaurants located within secret places along its rocky coast. You can also take a boat ride to observe the islands that host millions of birds and thousands of sea lions. It makes for a very romantic scene for couples and friends.
Visit Paracas, Peru
Huacachina Oasis in Ica -For an unique adventure I would suggest going to the sand dunes in this vibrant town. Spending half the day being driven over, around, through sand dunes at 50 km/h and sanding boarding down a 60m dune is far more exciting than any roller coaster or theme park that you would go to. The silence and the beauty of this Oasis in the middle of trillions of grains of sand is just an amazing, adventurous, and tranquil side that Peru offers if you just explore.
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    Hotel Paracas a Luxury Collection 


    In light of last weekend’s tsunami warning, we would like to make the following statement:

    The Hotel Paracas, a Luxury Collection Resort, did not suffer any damage whatsoever, was unaffected by any flooding, and operated under normal conditions throughout the entire weekend.

    In terms of the hotel’s Ballestas Islands tours offered by its activity department, T’ikariy, these restarted yesterday after the Port Authority closed the entire port on Saturday and partially closed it on Sunday. Both the motorboats and the private yacht that take guests to the islands are operating normally and following their customary schedules.

    We would also like to remind our patrons that the T’ikariy operated 2008 Cessna Grand Caravan airplane has also recommenced its flights over the Nazca Lines today and that it only flies out of the Pisco Airport (not the Nazca Airfield). Furthermore, we wish to stress that the airplane’s instruments and mechanical components are strictly maintained according to the requirements of the General Directorate of the Civil Aeronautics of Peru (DGAC) and the plane is flown under the command of a duly certified pilot and co-pilot.

    We would like to thank all tour agencies and operators for their confidence in us and to assure them that T’ikariy will continue offering them completely safe services for their clients.

    Lima, Peru
    March 2, 2010

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