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We rented bikes from Rojas tours for 20 soles each and spent about 5 hours in the park.
They were a bit rusty and we tested a few to find ones with decent gears and brakes, there are some minor hills so gears and brakes...More
Did a small free tour from Peru Hop. The places bring bought to was so nice. It was a quick one but beautiful reserve. The La Caterdral, Istmo de la penisula and the red beach was amazing. Really enjoy the short time over at the...More
I visited the reserve by myself with a mountain bike ; you’re always on the main road or on a very bumpy sand path RIGHT NEXT to the main road. Not enjoyable at all.
2 or 3 nice viewpoints in this place, nothing more.
We went to Peru in April 2019 and visited this national reserve. We went by Peru Hop bus and National Park was free to us. We boarded the bus at 11 am and after 30 mins we got done to the first stop named Cathedral....More
We rented a dune buggy in Paracas and made it to the Paracas National Reserve by following guides in another dune buggy. Great landscapes, we visited multiple spots. Bring water and sunscreen. Don’t forget to negociate your tour!!!
Our hotel recommended us a guided tour and that was the best thing we did in one of our afternoons in Paracas. It’s an amazing mixture of desert and beaches. You do need a car or if you are super fit and brave you can...More
Most tourists travel from Lima directly to Cuzco or Puno. More than often overlooked is the Peruvian southern coast. Three hours by car south of Lima is Paracas National Reserve, one of three national reserves in Peru and a rich national treasure. In addition to...More
Took a bus tour starting in Paracas for a trip around this stunning park where the desert meets the ocean.
After the Visitors Centre other stops were made at miradours around the park, culminating with a lunch break at Bahia Lagunillas.
It was a unique...More
Beautiful landscape, very surreal to see red barren sands meeting the ocean. Incredible photography opportunities from red salt to fossils, Martian landscapes to crashing ocean waves against beaches and interesting geology. Saw a condor feasting on the beach along with other shore birds. We took...More