and Peruvians of ancient times sleeping beneath the warm sands of the desert meet in the Paracas National Reserve.
Founded in 1975, the reserve covers over 1,300 square miles of land and 3,400 of ocean surface. Whoever visits this beautiful place - located in the provinces of Pisco and Ica - will be spellbound by its flora and fauna.
The infinite nature of time can be sensed on looking at the horizon in this sort of living sanctuary for animals and birds who, as they break the reigning silence with their cries, know themselves to be the real owners of this space.
A place of enchanting sunsets where color plays the lead, Paracas is proud to claim that, due to peculiarities of climate, king sun reigns there all year round.
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