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Ica Travel Tour Alternative & Best Tours The coast of Peru is mostly desertical except for valley flowing down from the highlands and such is the case of Ica, one of the most pleasant valleys south of Lima. Usually sunny days help the production of grapes so Ica is a great producer of wine, piscos and cachina whose factories can be visited. Ica shows its importance if we visit the channels built in Inca times and still supplying water to the population and to a nearby lake called Huacachina which means feminine place (china) of worship (huaca), so we consider like a temple in the coast of Peru. The city has a sacred lord in the so called Señor de Luren which is celebrated for Easter and in October with great pomp. Twenty kilometers south we find Nazca another province that contains a great variety of colored ceramic and is relevant for its underwater canals as well as for its figures made in the sand some of which were lines pointing toward the sun set and some are developed images of animals; a spider, a monkey and some flying figures that are only visible from the air, so there is flying service to see them. If, on the other hand, we travel north of Ica, we come across Chincha which contains many ruins of early Inca times and we know that it was inhabited by people who were allies of the Inca since we have recorded chronicles of the presence of their king in Cajamarca when the Spaniards captures de Inca in 1532.
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Ica Travel Tour Alternative & Best Tours The coast of Peru is mostly desertical except for valley flowing down from the highlands and such is the case of Ica, one of the most pleasant valleys south of Lima. Usually sunny days help the production of grapes so Ica is a great producer of wine, piscos and cachina whose factories can be visited. Ica shows its importance if we visit the channels built in Inca times and still supplying water to the population and to a nearby lake called Huacachina which means feminine place (china) of worship (huaca), so we consider like a temple in the coast of Peru. The city has a sacred lord in the so called Señor de Luren which is celebrated for Easter and in October with great pomp. Twenty kilometers south we find Nazca another province that contains a great variety of colored ceramic and is relevant for its underwater canals as well as for its figures made in the sand some of which were lines pointing toward the sun set and some are developed images of animals; a spider, a monkey and some flying figures that are only visible from the air, so there is flying service to see them. If, on the other hand, we travel north of Ica, we come across Chincha which contains many ruins of early Inca times and we know that it was inhabited by people who were allies of the Inca since we have recorded chronicles of the presence of their king in Cajamarca when the Spaniards captures de Inca in 1532.
Main Office Historical Center CUSCO - PERU
Telephones: +51 990072882 +51 949753418
Peru Alternative Travel © 2018 Díaz Servicios Turísticos
perualternatives@gmail.com info@perualternatives.com booking@perualternatives.com
Ica Travel Tour Alternative & Best Tours
The coast of Peru is mostly desertical except for valley flowing down from the highlands and such is the case of Ica, one of the most pleasant valleys south of Lima. Usually sunny days help the production of grapes so Ica is a great producer of wine, piscos and cachina whose factories can be visited. Ica shows its importance if we visit the channels built in Inca times and still supplying water to the population and to a nearby lake called Huacachina which means feminine place (china) of worship (huaca), so we consider like a temple in the coast of Peru. The city has a sacred lord in the so called Señor de Luren which is celebrated for Easter and in October with great pomp. Twenty kilometers south we find Nazca another province that contains a great variety of colored ceramic and is relevant for its underwater canals as well as for its figures made in the sand some of which were lines pointing toward the sun set and some are developed images of animals; a spider, a monkey and some flying figures that are only visible from the air, so there is flying service to see them. If, on the other hand, we travel north of Ica, we come across Chincha which contains many ruins of early Inca times and we know that it was inhabited by people who were allies of the Inca since we have recorded chronicles of the presence of their king in Cajamarca when the Spaniards captures de Inca in 1532.
Peru Alternative Travel © 2018 Díaz Servicios Turísticos
Ica Travel Tour Alternative & Best Tours
The coast of Peru is mostly desertical except for valley flowing down from the highlands and such is the case of Ica, one of the most pleasant valleys south of Lima. Usually sunny days help the production of grapes so Ica is a great producer of wine, piscos and cachina whose factories can be visited. Ica shows its importance if we visit the channels built in Inca times and still supplying water to the population and to a nearby lake called Huacachina which means feminine place (china) of worship (huaca), so we consider like a temple in the coast of Peru. The city has a sacred lord in the so called Señor de Luren which is celebrated for Easter and in October with great pomp. Twenty kilometers south we find Nazca another province that contains a great variety of colored ceramic and is relevant for its underwater canals as well as for its figures made in the sand some of which were lines pointing toward the sun set and some are developed images of animals; a spider, a monkey and some flying figures that are only visible from the air, so there is flying service to see them. If, on the other hand, we travel north of Ica, we come across Chincha which contains many ruins of early Inca times and we know that it was inhabited by people who were allies of the Inca since we have recorded chronicles of the presence of their king in Cajamarca when the Spaniards captures de Inca in 1532.
Peru Alternative Travel © 2018 Díaz Servicios Turísticos