Hotel Villa de Valverde

Av. La Angostura A-44B , Ica, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Av. La Angostura A-44B , Ica, is near Huacachina Lagoon, Hacienda Tacama Bodega, Regional Museum of Ica ( Museo Regional de Ica), and Bodega El Catador.
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    Travel Blogs from Ica

    Playing in the Sand

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Aug 22, 2014

    39 photos

    ... of the group at the shop, we were surprised at how they were dressed. They had protective goggles, helmets, long pants and sturdy shoes. We, on the other hand, had sunglasses, shorts and jandals.

    Our driver headed off towards the dunes and after crossing himself a couple of times, put the buggy into 4WD and headed up into the dunes. It didn't take long for the screaming to start behind us and we hadn't even got close to the proper dunes - it was just ...

    Relaxation and Adrenaline Rush

    A travel blog entry by debw on Aug 20, 2014

    5 photos

    Last night I had a great night catching up on sleep (13 hours) and then took the morning to relax and read by the pool. This afternoon was a little more intense. We went for an adrenaline pumping dune buggy ride through the desert sands stopping at hills for sand boarding (or in my case going down ...

    Huacachina the oasis in the sand.

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 27, 2014

    5 photos

    On the way to the bus station in Nazca we stopped to buy some souvenirs of the Nazca lines. I got a few small silver charms and Vicki got some for a necklace. Then we ran into Mr Luis who works for Airparacas the flight company we used to fly over the Nazca lines. We chatted and explained that we were catching the bus to Huacachina and he mentioned his friend was going that way and we could get a lift with him. It worked out cheaper than the bus so we jumped in the back ...


    A travel blog entry by amdouet on Jun 16, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... dune (not me ;) ), but soon enough we all had gathered courage to do it! The dunes were in sets of three. After the first dune we had to carry our boards and trudge up to the second and then the third. I thought my legs and lungs would give out trudging up the dunes. Sand is not forgiving. The dune buggy drove us to the second and third sets of dunes for a total of nine slides. It was awesome! We ended the evening looking down at the oasis as the sun ...

    Just a little rant

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on May 30, 2014

    8 photos

    ... aboard buses. Screaming babies. Every other journey there seems to be a devil child sat in front of us. David doesn't help the situation by pulling stupid faces in their direction. Or shouting obscenities at them. It's actually very amusing. There's nothing like watching the egg yolk sun drop beneath endless miles of deserted Peruvian coastline while a pod of dolphins cruise the ocean ...