Seven hours to the south of Lima we’ll find a city embedded in the Nazca desert, an enigmatic place that is home of wonderful buildings of a town that knew how to make this place their home despite the weather.
You can get to this place in two different ways: By plane from Lima, on a trip that will take you around half an hour and by bus from Lima city crossing beautiful places with breathtaking landscapes.
Nazca, wonders in the desert was last modified: November 23rd, 2016 by Pirwa
UNESCO World Heritage Sites are places considered integral to the world’s cultural or natural heritage. Peru is blessed with 11 World Heritage Sites: 7 cultural sites, 2 natural sites, and 2 sites which have elements of both. Some of these are parks or archaeological sites that you might not have heard of before, but they are all worth a visit. For your next trip to Peru, consider some of the following:
Peruvian World Heritage Sites You Should Visit was last modified: August 24th, 2016 by Pirwa
One of the most popular activities in Nazca, second only to flying over the Nazca Lines, is to go on a sand buggy ride in the desert. They might look small, but these little vehicles can hit the dunes at a surprising speed, and even catch a little air on the way! Some travelers have likened it to the roller coaster ride in the desert. Because sand buggy rides are usually combined with sandboarding, the art of ‘surfing’ down the sand dunes, they’re the ideal excursion for travelers who enjoy high-adrenaline adventures.
Thrilling Sand Buggy Adventures in the Nazca Desert was last modified: July 12th, 2016 by Pirwa
The city of Nazca has been building up to its anniversary this week, but we’ve still got a few days left of concerts, fireworks, food fairs, and parade as we work our way towards the main day of festivities this Saturday. Here’s the official schedule:
Join in as Nazca Celebrates its Anniversary this Week was last modified: January 21st, 2016 by Pirwa
We all stress a bit about packing for trips, especially when all you’ve got is a backpack and whatever goes inside needs to last you months. If you’re struggling to compose your packing list, have a look at our recommendations on what you really should keep handy, and what it’s okay to leave behind.
What to Pack for Backpacking Around South America was last modified: January 20th, 2016 by Pirwa