Dans l'après midi, excursion en 4x4 avec votre guide au Tablazo de Ica.
Peru’s southern coastal region is a tantalising mix of parched desert, protected coastal wildlife reserves and mysterious pre-Columbian giant figures etched into the sands – the existence of which remains largely unexplained and still manages to baffle some 1,500 years on. These attractions combined make it an area of Peru that, whilst sometimes overlooked, is one of the most intriguing, varied and wild, and due to its close proximity to Lima it is easy to include this land of empty desert and wilderness desert terrains into your itinerary.
PLACES OF CULTURE, MYSTERY AND INTRIGUE, THE SOUTH IS AN EXCITING PLACE TO EXPLORE AND EASY TO ACCESS ON MOST PERU JOURNEYS.Heading south of Lima, after four hours you reach the town of Ica, a bustling city set in a green valley that is renowned for its surrounding wineries and production of Pisco – a brandy-like liquor and main ingredient of the Pisco Sour cocktail. The city is also close to the sand dunes of Huacachina and its lagoon, which, backed by palm trees, is the only oasis to be found in South America and a beautiful place to spend one or two days.
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