Hotel Belle Sand

Address: Casuarinas B1-3 , Ica, Peru | Hotel
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    A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Aug 24, 2015

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    ... the wine tour and the dune and sand-boarding tour the following day as all the bus travel had left us rather exhausted and not keen to do anything. We ended up booking both tours through our hostel. Wine tour would be done in a group at 12:00 and the dune buggy and sandboarding was to follow at 16:00. With all that settled we had a shower and hopped into bed with our books. Now it was early not yet 16:00 and we were ready to go to sleep. Bus travel kills you for the ...

    Sandboarding on "Tatooine"

    A travel blog entry by davidschntorbs on Jul 26, 2015

    7 photos

    ... most expensive night so far (because everything was booked out due to the upcoming festival) and our rather cheap standard breakfast (untoasted toast and bananas from a supermarket) we drove to Huacachina which turned out to be an assortment of around 20 houses that are located around the oasis and that accomodate nothing but hostels, restaurants and agencies for tours through the dunes. So we mingled in the touristy crowd and rented ...

    Where does the water come from?

    A travel blog entry by palice on Jul 24, 2015


    ... We grabbed a coffee and walked along the sea front seeing many pelicans flying around and sitting on the boats. It was really beautiful.

    Next stop on our whistle-stop tour was Paracas National Reserve - included in our bus ticket. The coach took us on a interesting route up to the top of a huge sand dune. By interesting I mean that the bus driver didnīt really like using the proper road, but off-roading some of the time! It was worth it though as the views of ...

    In the desert!

    A travel blog entry by mpherd on May 26, 2015

    6 photos

    Huacachina was a cool place but a complete tourist trap. It is a legitimate oasis in the desert of Peru. The oasis is surrounded by tiendas (stores) and places selling tours, mainly sandboarding tours. The tours cost 40 soles (about $15) per person. After a little bit of walking, we found several ...

    Huacachina, tourist trap

    A travel blog entry by kayna on Apr 08, 2015

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    ... very pleasant. The dune buggy and sandboarding is held late, to avoid the heat of the day, and before it gets dark. Our dune buggy was unfortunately 25 minutes late and then the driver had to refuel. However when we got going it was great fun, razzing around the dunes in the buggy. We were driven to the top of a dune, given a sandboard, and told to go down it. Unfortunately the boards were of poor quality, and the velcro that ...