Terms & Conditions: Early bird 10% off only for tours in Lima and Ica. Not aplicable for Cusco and Puerto Maldonado. Valid till January 30th
Prepare for your adventure.
Ica, is known for its desert, sea view and Pisco. It is also well-known for its dunes where you can practice adventure sports such as sandboarding. Ica is also the heart of the Afro-Peruvian culture. African slaves, who were brought to work in the cotton plantations, contributed to build Peruvian culture with their music and art.
Ica has a dry and warm weather. During summer (January to April) the lowest temperature is 20º C (68ºF) and the maximum is 34ºC (93ºF). From June to September the temperature can vary from 12ºC (35ºF) to 24ºC (75ºF).
Ica can be visited in one or two days. We recommend taking a tour from Lima and getting to know the most important landmarks during the day and then return to the city at night. If you want to stay in Ica we recommend booking a hotel in Paracas or near the Huacachina Lagoon so you can enjoy the landscape.
What clothes to wear?
The climate in Ica can be tricky! So we recommend wearing layers of clothing that can make you feel comfortable both in warm and windy weather. Also, don’t forget to bring sunglasses.
You can’t leave Ica without trying a cup of its famous drink Pisco! Also look out for delicious traditional dishes such as ‘Carapulcra’ (dried potato stew served with pork or chicken meat) and ‘tejas’, a dessert made of caramel, pecans and sugar coating.
Huacachina Oasis Tour from Lima, Flights over Nazca Lines, Ballestas Island wildlife.
Include Cusco and Machu Picchu
What our buddies say is important to us, we want you to live the experience like a local.