Hotel Belle Sand

Address: Casuarinas B1-3 , Ica, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ica

Nazca Lines

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Jan 06, 2015

... are theorized to have been made by the Parcas and Nazca cultures from 900 BC to AD 600, though since they are only visible from the sky, it's only conjecture as to why.

We got into Nasca around 8:30, and thanks to a very decent Wikitravel entry new the drill and what to expect. We bypassed the touts and people barmbarding us with signs for whatever to grab a taxi direct to the airport. Here we bartered around until we settled on a plane ...

Nasca to huancachina

A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Nov 20, 2014

... lots of whoops as we sped across the dunes. We rounded it with another dose of sand boarding. This morning, another stupidly early start as we booked a tour to take us to the Ballesterious Islands. The islands are now a wildlife sanctuary. From the fishing town of Pracus we were loaded into very modern speedboats. On the coast we slowed up to look at the candelabra, another Peruvian enigma. It covers the height of the sandy cliff face, was dug to the depth ...

The journey starts

A travel blog entry by fneumeyer on Nov 19, 2014

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... on this trip is to learn more about the indigenous cultures and what they can teach us for our own future. We spent a half day at the Mueso Larco Herrera which focuses on the cultures before the Inkas. Many were highly developed and lasted for many centuries while the empire of the Inkas only lasted for nearly three centuries. The main reason while we focus so much on them is that the Spanish wrote about ...

Ballestos & Huacachina

A travel blog entry by hasselbaink on Oct 18, 2014

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... experience. After 3 dunes of roughly 20 metres I thought we finished only for our driver to tell us he was bringing us to las dunas grandes. I got a fright when I saw the first of 3 100+ metre dune we would be sliding down. The 2nd dune caused a few casualties and scared them away from the colossal 3rd dune that was ridiculous. We must have been on the boards for 30 seconds at least. After another adventurous dune buggy ride back we had some dinner and an early night.
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Las Dunas

A travel blog entry by lgrove32 on Oct 17, 2014

... jerked with every small bit of air current. This didn’t bother me as we made the 40 minute journey out to the Nazca lines. We flew over each of the different line drawings (12 In total). They were really spectacular but you really had to be paying attention to pick them out from the desert below. In total we saw the whale, the trapezius, the astronaut, the monkey, the dog, the hummingbird, the spider, the condor, the heron, the parrot, the hands and the tree. They made ...