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This department was the location of various ancient civilizations that literally left their mark. One of the most popular attractions of this area are the Nazca lines, an enigma that modern archeologists have not been able to figure out. These lines stretch for miles in the desert and form pictures of different animals and figures only viewable from the air. The Paracas National Reservation is another point on this circuit which attracts many ecological and cultural tourists alike as it is a refuge to sea lions, otters, penguins, dolphins, more than two hundred species of birds from flamingos, waders, and guano birds. Additionally in the preserve, there are magnificent beaches and beautiful rock formations. Elsewhere in the department there are a variety of vineyards which produce pisco and wines. Wine tasting in this area is among the best in Peru. Another popular destination is the oasis of Huacachina which is visited by tourists on behalf of it's beauty and for the fact that it was the birthplace of Afro-Peruvian music.

Ica Tourist Information

Ica, an esoteric land, one of profound religious faith, sand dunes, valleys, and sun, is an agricultural zone where you see interspersed among the extensive desert area fields of cotton, butter beans, asparagus, citrus tree orchards, as well as vineyards. Some of the most important civilizations of ancient Peru established themselves here like the Paracas and the Nasca who left a legacy that has endured the passage of time and the violence of the sand and wind.

The Paracas National Reserve is a must stop; this State protected natural area is, among its beaches and staggeringly beautiful rock formations, the refuge to fur seals, otters, penguins, dolphins, and more than two hundred species of birds such as flamingos, waders, and guano birds. In the province of Nasca, a little more than one hundred kilometers from Ica, there are the Nasca Lines, one of the greatest archeological mysteries of the world. UNESCO placed this site on the World Cultural Heritage List in 1994. Formed by a series of lines and gigantic drawings traced upon the sands, the Nasca lines feature figures like a spider, a hummingbird, a monkey, etc. that can only be truly appreciated from flying above them.
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Ica map & provinces
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Ica Useful information
Capital:Ica (406 masl / 1332 fasl )
Altitude:Lowest point: 2 masl / 7 fasl (Paracas)
Highest point: 3796 masl / 12.454 fasl (San Pedro de Huacarpana)
The department of Ica features a varied terrain with extensive plains, deserts, and some valleys. The city of Ica has a sunny climate almost all year long with an annual average maximum temperature of 32ºC (89ºF) and a minimum of 9ºC (49ºF). 
Access routes
Access routes
By land: Lima – Ica: 303 km / 188 miles on the Pan-American Highway South (4 hours by car)
By air: There are no regular flights. Air taxi service from Lima is available)
Distances from Ica to the following cities:
Chincha Alta(Province of Chincha) 100 km (62 miles) / 1 hour
Nasca(Province of Nasca) 147 km (91 miles) / 2 hours
Palpa(Province of Palpa)97 km (60 miles) / 1 hour
Pisco(Province of Pisco) 60 km (37 miles) / 50 minutes.     
Huanuco airport
Ica: Kilometer marker 299 of the Pan-American Highway South. Telephone: (056) 25-6230
Nasca: Kilometer marker 447 of the Pan-American Highway South. Telephone: (056) 52-3665
Overland Transport
Overland transport
Chincha: Bus Station, Av. Oscar R. Benavides
-Pisco: Bus Station, Calle San Francisco, block 2nd
-Ica: There is no bus station. However, the majority of bus companies is found in:1st – 2nd blocks of Calle Lambayeque
1st block of Av. Matias Manzanilla
1st block of Calle J.J. Elias
-Nasca: There is no bus station. However, the majority of bus companies is found in:1st block Av. Los Incas
Kilometer marker 445 of the Pan - American Highway South.
Health Centers
health centers
- Chincha: René Toche Groppo Hospital.
Calle San Idelfonso, Chincha Alta. Telephone: (056) 26-1581 / 26-1474 / 26-1306
Attention: 24 hours
- Pisco: Antonio Skrabonja Antoncich Hospital (Ministry of Health).
Calle San Francisco 322. Emergency Telephone: (056) 53-2784. Attention: 24 hours
uIca: Felix Torrealva Gutierrez Hospital.
Avenida Cutervo 104. Emergency Telephone: (056) 23-4798 / 23-4450. Attention: 24 hours
- Nasca: Nasca Assistance Hospital
Calle Callao, block 4. Telephone: (056) 52-2586. Attention: 24 hours.
Local Police Station
police station
-Ica: Ica Sub Region
Avenida J.J. Elias, block 5.Telephone: (056) 23-5421 / 22-4553
Craft market
craft market
-Ica: Calle Lima, block 1 - Main Square
-Huacachina Lake Resort
Postal Service
postal services
-Ica: Avenida San Martin 156.Telephone: (056) 23-3881. Attention: Mon. – Sat. 8:00 A.M. – 8:30 A.M.
- Pisco:Avenida Federico Uranga 211 - Independencia. Telephone: (056) 22-0208
Attention: Mon. – Sun. 6:00 A.M. – 9:30 P.M
Tourist Information
tourist information
- Regional Government of Icaú, Tourist Information Email: or click here
Company name
Web Site / Email
Axel Transfer Service
Aeroica S.R.L
Expreso Internacional Ormeño S.A
Soyuz S.A
(056) 53-1014
Cruz del Sur - Transportes Cruz del Sur S.A.C
(043) 42-8726 / 42-4040
Tepsa - Transportes El Pino S.A.C
(043) 35-0072
Civa - Turismo Civa S.A.C
(041) 47-8048           
Ica Cuisine
Typical dishes :
The typical dishes that must be tried are:
  • Pallares: A stew of savory butter beans seasoned with aji (hot pepper).
  • Morusa: Mashed butter beans with roast beef or pork.
  • Picante de Pallares: Spicy butter beans with milk, eggs and fresh cheese.
  • Carapulcra: Dehydrated potatoes, boiled and cooked with pork and chicken, aji panca and mirasol (chili peppers), garlic, and other spices.

Typical Desserts:

  • Tejas: Traditional dessert made with dried lemons, figs, or pecans, filled with manjarblanco (sweetened and condensed milk cooked down) and covered with sugar icing.
  • Chapanas: Dessert made with yucca flour and molasses.

Traditional Drinks:

  • Pisco: Distilled grapes, a Peruvian liquor and banner product.
  • Cachina: Liquor based on fermented grape must.
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