Hotel Las Casaurinas

Address: Calle Sucre s/n, Nasca, Peru | Hotel
 
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Location

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

Nazca and the amazing ancient geoglyphs

A travel blog entry by kayna on Apr 07, 2015

21 photos

... was a little chaotic and we had to pay a surprise 'departure' tax from the airport of 25 soles (about £5.50) each. We had the usual flight precautions of passing through metal detectors and having our bags searched. We were given a little map of what geoglyphs we could expect to see. It was just us two, the two pilots, and two more passengers. Just two minutes after take off, we could already see the hundreds of lines ...

UNESCO

A travel blog entry by ontyfrench on Jan 12, 2015

2 photos

... big of size.

Finally, found spot it....ok...

Next was ... 2. Astronau
3. Monkey
4. Dog
5. Condor
6. Spider
7. Hummingbird
8. Alcatraz
9. Parror
10. Hans
11. Tree
12. Whale
13. Triangle
14. Same as first sightsee Trapezoids


That was absolute amazing for a very short minutes. Good for once in my life.

Steps off the Cessna, Cory signed me "beer" I said oh yea!
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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 ...

Mummies and the signs of E.T.s?

A travel blog entry by mooretravelling on Nov 18, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... so didn“t mind that we arrived back at our hostel an hour and a half later than planned, tired but very informed!





The Lines
The next day Chris bit the bullet, popped a motion sickness pill, and put on a brave face for a flight over the lines. The lines themselves were created by arranging sun-darkened stones to create huge shapes which can only really be seen from the air. But how and why would an ancient civilisation ...

Arequipa to Nasca

A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Nov 18, 2014

... few have anything in them. It's quite surreal, but there are plenty of people around. How can people live in this sort of land? There are none of the outdoor toilets, which are usually situated a few yards from buildings. I wonder if they have sanitation here. I can see no outside sinks. The place goes on, kilometre after kilometre. Then, maybe we see the reason. As far as the eye can see, across the sandy hills, a concrete wall reminiscent of the Berlin ...