Hotel Las Casaurinas

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


A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Jan 12, 2015

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... Nazca map to show me every times where is the next on left or right on the window. That is really super plus!

I was not sure how the height of flight to view of below grounds.

at first, as a crew told me to look a Trapezoids Line. Somewhat not notice any of measure down....he pointed me over down there and Cory pointed down there too. My imagine thought it looks like will be same as Internet or book or bourchre size of Lines. But, ...

Machu Picchu, Salkantay Trek

A travel blog entry by lisaworldwide on Dec 27, 2014

My 5 day trek on the Salkantay trail was between xmas &new year - during the rainy season (which means there is lots of low lying cloud obscuring the viewin the aftermoon) - not much option given when we were in town, but we still had a great week.   The first day  was a relatively easy 3hrs to the lunch stop followed by a stiff hike up a hillside (at 4000m) to a beautiful lake. Day two was the hard day, with ...

Nasca and the enigmatic lines

A travel blog entry by lisaworldwide on Dec 13, 2014

Imagine trying to draw a 80m wide monkey outline without seeing it from above, or a hummingbird pointing perfectly north without a compass. The Nasca people created over 800 lines or figures in the desert which after they left, remained un touched for hundreds of years. The shapes are created by moving the darker coloured rocks away to reveal the lighter sand below. It would have been painstaking work ...

Nasca, Peru

A travel blog entry by helenandadam on Dec 08, 2014

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We started the day at a Pisco winery, trying several traditional Peruvian drinks. Pisco is a brandy based drink with fresh lime, egg white and cinnamon added to it and is actually delicious (and 42% proof!) we learnt how it is made and also how it is drunk! Then we headed to Huacachina where we did sandboarding. One of the scariest but most exhilarating experiences of my life! I will paint ...

Arequipa to Nasca

A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Nov 18, 2014

A few days well needed rest. Arequipa is a large and interesting city with lots of markets and interesting shops. There is plenty of good food including some international restaurants. On our last day there we went to Yuri. Marked on the map as a place of thermal waters we had to ask at tourist info how to get there, it's not a tourist haunt. We made our way to the railway station by taxi, to find a collectivo, they leave every hour. The journey takes us through ...