A half-day excursion, the Paracas National Reserve Tour, is planned for travelers looking for a dose of nature and bird watching in Peru. Relax as you drive through the Reserve, which preserves a coastal desert landscape, including flamingos, favored by seabirds. Photographers and bird lovers alike are drawn to spectacular landscapes and the chance to see these striking pink birds. Explore the dramatic desert landscapes, pristine beaches, and diverse ecosystems of this protected area along the Peruvian coast. Marvel at the red sand beaches, towering cliffs, and unique rock formations, home to a rich variety.
Book your Paracas National Reserve Tour now and discover the wonders of this untouched natural sanctuary.
Itinerary Paracas National Reserve tour
10:45 am Paracas meeting point – Paracas Interpretation Center
You will board our vehicle to begin our group tour to the Paracas Reserve. During your tour, you will learn more about the Paracas Reserve by visiting the interpretation center, an interesting building that displays photos of all the fauna, flora, and many other important facts about the Paracas Peninsula.
Paracas National Reserve
Then, we will drive through a lifeless desert until we reach an area where once there was a large natural rock formation known as the Cathedral. Unfortunately, this old formation did not withstand the 2007 earthquake. Here you will have breathtaking views of the desert and the blue ocean and see thousands of seabirds, and then visit Playa Roja (red beach). Without a doubt, the Paracas National Reserve Tour is something unique to see in Peru.
Holidays: On the following holidays the tour will end 30 minutes earlier.
March 29th, 30th and 31st
July 27th and 28th