Inka Hotel

Address: Calle Fermin del Castillo 269, Nazca , Nasca, Peru | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Calle Fermin del Castillo 269, Nazca , Nasca, is near Cantalloc Aqueduct, Casa-Museo Marí Reiche, and Didactic Museum Antonini (Museo Antonini).
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        Travel Blogs from Nasca

        Harry Makes Up Ridiculous Archaeological Theories

        A travel blog entry by harry.harrison on Nov 07, 2015

        ... pointed out some famous star constellations like Scorpio (which put the 'Scorpio' theme song from the Simpsons in my head) and Orion (which put the Metallica song of that name in my head). I also saw for the first time in my life the Southern Cross. And got strangely excited about it. The Southern Cross is not visible from the Northen Hemisphere and it struck home that I am in a whole different hemisphere for the first time in my life. Cool. We also ...

        Lines in the sand

        A travel blog entry by neggn on Oct 04, 2015

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        ... with the barman, who was happy to show off his excellent german ('Entschuldigung, haben sie mir ein Gartenzwerg'), we called it a night.
        The next day we did our 30 minute flight over the Nasca lines. As advised by Ronan Hickey, we skipped breakfast. Turns out this is arguably the best piece of advice Hickey has ever given me. We all boarded the plane full of enthusiasm and laughing. Captain Alfredo ...

        Great day in Peru ...

        A travel blog entry by deborahdowning on Sep 21, 2015

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        .... boat trip to Ballestas Islands to see sea lions, penguins and pelicans. Then some Pisco tasting (the local brandy which is very nice), and then a mad hour in sand buggies going up and down the biggest sand dunes I've ever seen. And if that wasn't enough sand-boarding as well (lying down on a snow board and going head first down a sand dune!!) - have got sand everywhere!! Then it was off to see the Nazca Lines - which I've always wanted to see (so another thing ticked off the to do ...

        The Desert of Peru

        A travel blog entry by bikeakiko on Sep 13, 2015

        ... post the pics at a later date on Facebook.

        Today we have a rest day in Nasca. Well known for the Nasca lines. Figures drawn out in the desert done many many centuries ago and preserved until now because of the harshness of the desert. A woman archaeologist discovered them in 1998. People took little planes up to see them all, we just climbed to a top of a tower to get a sense but little planes in a foreign country are something I avoid ...

        Nasca lines and Pachamanka meal

        A travel blog entry by chris93savory on Aug 03, 2015

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        Our last night bus of our travels behind us (thank god!) we wake up in Nasca, and are taken to our nice hotel slightly out of town, which has a pool! Soon after arriving we have to leave as the van pulls up to take us to see the Nasca lines, which is best seen from above. We arrive at the tiny airport, and endure a 25 minute dizzy prop plane ride seeing the enormous 12 different animals and shapes clearly market out by stones. These connecting lines that ...