The city of Paracas is located in a privileged area of Peru, in the District of Pisco in the Department of Ica, in the Pacific desert ecoregion, it is a system that runs along the western coast of South America from the Pacific to the Andes.
It offers a subtropical climate that provides special conditions for activities of all kinds, and because of its proximity to the sea, Paracas is a bay-shaped spa.
Paracas has been declared a regional reserve for migratory birds. In addition visitors can observe the different ecosystems, archaeological remains and the great diversity of marine fauna in the area.
The climate is typical of the desert with temperatures above 30 ° C, and in winter, the temperature drops to 10 ° C in the evenings. The name of Paracas means "rain of sand" because in this place the winds are bearers of sand; these winds can reach a speed of 32 km per hour.