Hotel Las Casaurinas

Calle Sucre s/n, Nasca, Peru | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nasca

Chapter Seven - The Nasca Lines

A travel blog entry by mmbcross


... gravel off the top of the lighter sand below. These forms have been preserved for thousands of years due to the total lack of rainfall in the area. We fly over huge perfect triangles pointing due east and west, which baffle the mind as to their function.

The vast designs, such as the geometric style Astronaut, Monkey and Hummingbird, are laid out haphazardly over the desert plain. The ...

Nazca lines

A travel blog entry by maracuya


After an exhausting night bus we arrived to Nazca at around 7am. We tried to check in to our hostal but had to wait until 11am so we got some breakfast and asked around about tours. The first guy we spoke to said that he had a special deal for us: leaving in 15 mins was a 3 hour tour out to a few different spots to view the lines from the ground at the discount price of around $15 per person. After ...

Crazy wing dipping ride over Perúvian Mystery

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... between the years 100 BCE and 800 CE. Because there were obviously no planes flying during those times, it is theorized that the lines were created for aliens to see. The Nazca people lived here, one of the driest places in the world, with only one hour of rainfall per year. Even though the lines were made 2,000 years ago, they haven't been ruined for this reason.

Pisco to Nazca

A travel blog entry by kezzah16


We had a lay in which seemed rare on the tour, as we weren't leaving until 8.30 but we wasn't complaining as we needed it, these 6am starts are a shock to the system. We arrived in Ica which is a town built in an oasis which is the only oasis in the whole of south america. Here we were on an optional excursion to do a dune buggy tour. This involved us driving through the oasis and in and around the sand dunes on buggy's. They were designed especially for ...

My fourth day in Peru in The Nasca region.....

A travel blog entry by iwhendo


... her grave site. It is believed their were 65 Nasca 'symbols' of which she discovered 53 of these - she had theories on what these symbols meant but as the Nasca empire ended over 2000 years ago their was no definite meaning behind what each symbol meant. We then made our way to the Nasca under ground water irrigation system again very interesting to see how they built spiralling structures, as the wind went down the spiral it's ...


This hotel, located on Calle Sucre s/n, Nasca, is near Cantalloc Aqueduct, Casa-Museo Marí Reiche, and Didactic Museum Antonini (Museo Antonini).
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