Tour Chincha: Bodegas Vitivinícolas, cuenta con importantes bodegas en las cuales se puede apreciar el proceso de elaboración de productos, tales como la cachina, el vino y el pisco. Entre las variedades de vinos encontramos el borgoña, el rosé, tinto, mistela, oporto, etc. En los pisco se está él quebranta, el acholado, el mosto verde...
Our pisco route tour is perfect for people who like to learn all about the pisco process and wine obtaining knowledge, techniques of cultivation, process of grape juice of the different wineries of the Ica city and with the respective Tasting of the products offered by the wineries.
The necropolis or cemetery of Chauchilla is located in a desert and is considered the only cemetery that exhibits mummies in 12 tombs in an open area . Nazca Tour: Chauchilla is a cemetery of more than 1000 years old where you will see remains of exposed bones which have belonged to the Poroma and Ica cultures, but there are people who identify it more like the Nazca culture..
Tour Nazca: Nazca Lines are located on a desert plateau between the valleys of Ingenio and Nazca. On this dark plain of more than 500 square kilometers, the ancient men of the Nazca culture drew huge designs, representing geometric figures, animals, birds, plants and straight lines through the desert for several kilometers in all directions. Tour Nazca: Nazca lines where the true origin of these lines and figures is unknown, no one knows who built them or why. The Nazca Tour: Nazca Lines is full of enigmas to solve by yourself!
Nazca Tour: Aqueducts. The inhabitants of Nazca developed a system of underground aqueducts to irrigate the dry parts of the valley that lacked of superficial water. In the Nazca Tour: Acueductos, the men of the Nazca culture were able to combat the prolonged droughts that affect the Nazca valley.
The main attractions in this coastal city are also old buildings called "Paredones", composed of rooms, terraces and patios with stone and adobe base. The Cantalloc loom, a big geoglyph known as the "textile complex" considered by Unesco as a world cultural heritage. The cantalloc aqueducts, The lines cover up four pampas: palpa, ingenio, Nazca and socos. The soil of this region is one of the most driest in the world..