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Cruises visiting Paracas & all Paracas cruises for  2019

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Paracas (aka Parakas) is a small town on the coast in the Ica Region of Peru. Ica is known as an area of sand, sea, oases and valleys. It is the cradle of Peru's Creole culture, saints and medicine men, where the best pisco brandy is distilled and where religious fervour is strong in the worship of the Señor de Luren or the Yauca shrine. The sandy wastes of this area gave rise to major pre-Colombian civilizations, leaving traces that have survived the ravages of time and wind erosion. The Paracas National Reserve is the only protected area in Peru that includes a marine eco-system.

Paracas is an excellent nature and biodiversity destination, as it also offers cultural and historical attractiveness, and offers time for you to enjoy relaxing moments. Boats depart from El Chaco to the Ballestas Islands, giving visitors a chance to gaze at the sea lion colonies, millions of birds, and the famous three-pronged Candelabra geoglyph, carved into the sand with a similar technique to the Nazca Lines, although possibly of a different origin. Theories range from pirates marking a treasure hiding place, to soldiers fighting for Latin-American independence from Spain.

By car or buggies, you can visit the terrestrial area of Paracas National Reserve and roam the desert dunes. Back on the traditional circuit, the road leads to the on-site museum and the necropolis and ruins of the burial grounds of the Paracas culture (700 BC), whose weaving skills have been admired the world over. A trail leads down to a protected bay, the natural habitat of flamingos, the scarlet-and-white birds that inspired the colours of the Peruvian flag. They are not to be disturbed. Further south are the striking natural rock formations of the Cathedral and Mendieta.

Cruises visiting Paracas in 2019

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