Nazca town itself is nothing special, its main attraction are the Nazca Lines that lie on the plain just outside of the town.
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During our stay in Nasca, there was a miner's strike which essentially closed all the businesses in the city and blockaded the roads into & out of Nasca. Fortunately we were at Nasca Trails Hostel - a very safe & secure famiily-run hostel with a comfortable common area & fully-stocked kitchen. ... more
Hey guys, Iwas thinking of doing the "breathtaking" and "mysterious" nazca lines/ drawingy type things in Peru. I would like to know how is the best way to do this (from the air maybe? how much would that cost?) and if it really is that good. ...
FLIGHTS OVER NAZCA LINES!! :-)
Hi all, me & 3 friends are looking to visit nazca lines (prob getting bus/train from lima to nazca) - i have read on the internet that u can fly over them for around $40...but can anybody recoemnd a cheap but reliable company so we can book in adavance :-) as were prob guna head from nazca onto cuzco ...
Bus from Nazca to Arequipa
Hi Has anybody taken a bus from Nazca to Arequipa? I have looked at the cruz del sur website and this only shows a bus at night leaving at around 22.00. Has anybody caught this bus is it safe? Are there any alternatives that leave in the afternoon? Any help is appreciated Thank you Rach ...
Before Joanna flew home, we spent a day in Ica and Nazca, where we went to see the famous Nazca Lines . The Nazca Lines are a series of geoglyphs located in the Nazca Desert, which stretches 53 miles between the towns of Nazca and Palpa on the Pampas de Jumana in Peru. They were created by the Nazca ...
Posted in South America 2008 by jtlande