South of Lima, sea lions, Humboldt penguins, flamingos, and other protected species live in harmony. It is the Paracas National Reserve and Nazca Lines, named after sandstorms or “Paracas”, which are common in the area.
When crossing by boat to the Ballestas Islands, where literally thousands of sea lions are housed, a huge geoglyph of uncertain origin called El Candelabro can be clearly seen on the side of a hill. One more of the enigmas to which this area of Peru has accustomed us.
Paracas Island and Nazca Lines conserve coastal marine ecosystems and biological diversity. This place is responsible for use hydrobiological resources. Protect archaeological and cultural heritage for tourist use and the well-being of the population.
NAZCA LINES AND PARACAS
These ancient geoglyphs inhabit in the desert of the cities of Nasca and Palpa. All of these are a mystery even for the most experienced archaeologists. Nobody knows who, how, and why they made them.
Its imposing shapes are made in a single stroke and with a pulse that does not seem human. All are these to the liking of everyone who visits them. Impressive wherever you see them, although to appreciate them in their maximum splendor you would have to take one of the three paths already traced: climb the surrounding mountains (on foot), locate one of the observation towers that exist in the area (up to 12 meters high) or hire the service of a small plane. In the latter, do not worry, that yes or yes you will have a pilot in charge of the adventure through the skies.
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