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Description Pisco Porton
The Pisco Portón produced by Haciendo la Caravedo, the oldest distillery in America since 1684. The piscos are handcrafted in small batches with the same quality, authenticity and distinctive heritage of Hacienda La Caravedo, resulting in the most exquisite expression of Pisco, the national spirit of Peru. Porton Piscos are a mixable and versatile white spirit dedicated to honoring the spirit of tradition, craftsmanship and adventure, this drink has soft flavors that go back more than 4 centuries.
THE MILLENARIAN LINES OF NASCA
The Nazca lines are ancient geoglyphs that are found in the pampas of Jumana, in the desert of Nazca, between the populations of Nazca and Palpa, in the department of Ica (Peru). They were traced by the Nazca culture and are composed of several hundred figures ranging from simple designs such as lines to complex zoomorphic, phytomorphic and geometric figures that appear traced on the earth’s surface. Since 1994, the Unesco Committee has inscribed the lines and geoglyphs of Nazca and Pampas de Jumana as World Heritage.
The city of Nazca is located within the department of Ica and this is located in the west central part of Peru, bordering with Lima, Huancavelica, Ayacucho and Arequipa.
Ica is the cradle of great civilizations such as the Nazca, Paracas and later the Chincha civilization that were later conquered by the Inca. The maximum expression of the Nazca culture were the marvelous Nazca lines.
At the time of the conquest, Ica was thought of as a suitable place to found the capital. However, Francisco Pizarro did not agree with the decision taken by Nicolás de Rivera, the man in charge of that mission. On January 30, 1866, Colonel Mariano Ignacio Prado, being Provisional Supreme Chief of the Republic, creates the Department of Ica.
- International Harvest Festival: It is celebrated in Ica from the first Friday of March to the second Sunday of March. This festivity aims to celebrate the grape harvest. This celebration celebrates 100% Peruvian pisco. There are various activities such as wine and pisco contests, cockfights, passing horses and presentations by national and international artists. A party not to miss.
- Nazca tourist week: In this festivity you can taste the most outstanding dishes and the best drinks of the place. You can also witness a ritual called “Yacu Raymi”, which is carried out by the residents and consists in thanking the arrival of the water in their dry lands. And if they enjoy extreme sports, yes or yes, they have to get on the tube car caravan. Yes, the dunes await you.
- The Lord of Luren: Festivity that takes place in the month of October in Ica. During this festival, the faithful and devotees go out in procession throughout the night and dawn.
- La Virgen del Carmen: Festivity that takes place in December. The Virgen del Carmen is the most venerated image in Peru after the Lord of Miracles. In various locations in Ica, especially in the areas of El Carmen and El Guayabo, where the largest number of Afro-Peruvian populations reside, special worship is held at the end of each year.
- Carapulcra: Parboiled dried potato and stewed with pork and chicken meat.
- Dried soup: Noodles and chicken in pieces. Seasoned with achiote, parsley, basil and various species. The preparation includes red pepper, garlic, onion, parsley, basil, carrot.
Ica has a lot of attractions, we present a selection.
- Paracas National Reserve: It is a protected area of Peru located in the province of Pisco, within the department of Ica Beautiful beaches, an interpretation center and a spectacular landscape. Animals, especially birds and marine fauna.
- Maria Reiche Museum: The museum is very small; however, I recommend you to take a look at the viewpoint and also go see the hieroglyphics of the Paracas culture. On the same day you can get to know how going to Nazca.
- Nazca Lines: The Nazca Lines, located in southern Peru, are a group of hieroglyphics of pre-Columbian origin found engraved on the desert sands of the region. The zone has a total extension of almost 1000 square km and gathers more than 300 different images that represent figures, such as animals and plants.
- Chandelier of Paracas: The Chandelier of Paracas, is a famous hieroglyphics, located in the north coast of the peninsula of Paracas, in the province of Pisco, within the department of Ica. The Candelabro is 180 meters long and is estimated to be 2500 years old. Its meaning remains a mystery.
- Necropolis of Chauchilla: The cemetery of Chauchilla is located about 30 km from the city of Nazca, in the department of Ica, Peru.
- Paracas Bay: The Paracas Bay is a shallow bay off the coast of Peru located at the southern end of the Pisco Bay.
- The Huacachina: This town and tourist complex surrounded by sand dunes is located in a desert oasis with a lagoon. Spectacular view, ready for fun. As to go with friends or the whole family, there is no loss.
- Cantalloc Aqueducts: They were built by the Nasca culture. More than 46 aqueducts were built, which were used all year round. It reveals the engineering of the Nazca.