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Paracas National Reserve
Paracas National Reserve

Paracas National Reserve

The Paracas National Reserve is a big extension of desert and beautiful beaches; it is imposible not to admire the colors on the dunes depending the position of the sun, also, there are amazing rock formations where sea lions and birds take as natural habitat.
Ballestas Islands
Ballestas Islands

Ballestas Islands

The Ballestas Islands are the most historical and important group of islands of Peru, because of the "güano de las islas" (drop of the birds), this dropbecome money when a peruvian president paid the external debt whit it. There are sea lions and many bird species.
Bird Watching
Bird Watching

Bird Watching

Because of the variety in species of birds, Paracas is the perfect place for bird watchers.

The Paracas area is fascinating in terms of the number of species of guano birds

 

there is also a good chance to see some of the species of pelagic birds such as the Black Shearwater

 

Visit Paracas
Visit Paracas

Visit Paracas

Chaco: 

The Chaco is a Small town in Paracas, there are many restaurants in front of the beach with the same name (Chaco Beach) where people can eat delicious food based on fresh fish and seafood. 


The Pier in Chaco: 

The Pier in Chaco is the principal pier for the artesanal fishers in Paracas, who arrive here to leave and sale their products, specially because this pier is very close to the Chaco town where the restaurants are and the potencial clients to buy fresh fish and seafood.

There are many beaches in Paracas, some of them are ideal for swim, others to do scuba and the others (because don't have access) are just beautiful to see; in Paracas are beaches for all tastes and all of them are beautiful.

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The Zarcillo Connections 

Tours in Paracas and Ballestas Islands