San Fernando reserve
Cod 1078 San Fernando reserve
Duration: 6 hours approx.
San Fernando Reserve Zone is one of the most scenic landscapes of Peru, protecting the habitat of the Andean Condor, the Humboldt Penguin and the Guanaco, shaping a special conservation corridor that unites the coast with the Andes
Located at about half an hour’s ride from Nazca, San Fernando National Reserve, is the largest and richest true coastal desert park of Peru. The Bay of San Fernando’s protected area, spanning 380 154 Ha. Was declared a national reserve in 2011.
A fantastic overlook down on the cliffed shore allows you to see nesting marine birds, condors and Sea Lions.
San Fernando program starts at 08: am on buggy transport heading to towards the Nazca dessert. During the ride visitors you will enjoy a unique landscape. After approximately 2 hours, we will be descending to the shores of the Pacific Ocean and suddenly San Fernando will appear like a marine paradise in front of us. At the point called El Mirador, we will stop for some panoramic pictures and afterwards we will descend on foot towards the bay reaching a perfect spot to observe groups of sea lions resting on the small rocky islands, just a few meters away from us.
From here it is possible to observe many types of birds, such as cormorants, pelicans, oysters catchers, seagulls and the mighty Condor. After a complete exploration of the Island, we will return to the beach to have lunch, and if you wish, you can swim in the cold waters of San Fernando.
The place if for you to keep exploring or relax with the natural view.
We will return to Nazca by 17:30 h, approximately.
What is included
- Sites above described
- Entrances fees
- Transportation buggy
- Box lunch
What is not included
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