Hostal Sol de Ica

Address: Lima 265, Ica, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ica

Huacachina, tourist trap

A travel blog entry by kayna on Apr 08, 2015

32 photos

... to keep your feet in place was substandard or missing. Even so, we had a great time attempting to ride down the 5 dunes we tackled; falling a lot, and occasionally making it to the bottom in style. As we were late in leaving, we missed the promised sunset over the dunes, though we did get a lovely view over Huacachina on the way back. Plus our dune buggy was red, not blue! Dammit! The dunes had quite a lot of rubbish in ...

Huacachina, Pisco Winery and Nazca Lines

A travel blog entry by ~kirin~ on Mar 08, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... different Piscos - two wines, the pure Pisco and the Baileys Pisco. And of course we bought a couple of bottles to take home. We then made a quick stop at the Nazca Lines viewing platform. They are a series of ancient geoglyphs believed to have been created by the Nazca people. The purpose of them is not really known. We could see two from the platform. After the overnight journey to Arequipa ...

Sand dunes trip

A travel blog entry by leemclennan on Jan 25, 2015

Went on the sand dunes trip today. Within minutes I had a bad lower back due to the speed on which he was driving (plus a faulty seat belt) so that ruined any sand boarding I was going to do. Not good. Went for an overpriced and underwhelming dinner. Glad I'm leaving ...

Nazca Lines

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Jan 06, 2015

... what you get, but when in Rome...

Done and dusted by about half ten, back in town after a breakfast which was more like a lunch (burger and another brownie; I've got a real craving) we caught a no frills bus for the two and a half hour ride to Ica. There was very little leg room. In Ica we caught a taxi to the neaby oasis town of Huacachina. Town is a strong word. It's a row of buildings around a large pond surrounded by towering sand ...

Peru - Nazca

A travel blog entry by junipops on Dec 01, 2014

9 photos

... when she took photos of the lines to the Peru government they were astonished. In terms of how the lines are able to remain - everyday there are natural sand storm like mini tornados (which we saw about 3-4 happening at the time we visited). These tornados move around the Nazca floor and naturally sweep the sand away so that it doesn't accumulate on the lines Cahuachi pyramids On the way to the ...

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