Attractions & Activities In Paracas & Surrounding Islands
Sometimes the best way to observe the marine wildlife is to get out and join them on the water. You could pick up a paddle and set off into Paracas Bay by kayak in the early morning, when the waters are at their calmest. With an expert adventure company there to give you all the necessary equipment as well as paddling pointers, you can glide along the shoreline for close-up views of gnarly rock formations and a range of bird species. Plus, you never know who may start frolicking alongside you; be on alert for sea lions, seals and possibly even dolphins.
If you don’t mind getting wet, scuba diving is another great way to see this aquatic wonderland. Don a diving suit and flippers, hook yourself up to an oxygen tank and – in a matter of minutes – you’ll be among the denizens of the deep. The waters here are bountiful and the underground landscape is enchanting. You might swim to a 30-foot-tall underwater kelp forest – a popular hiding place for schools of fish – and perhaps even see a family of sea lions.
Both kayaking and scuba diving provide the chance to investigate the striking marine life of the Peruvian coast up close. Even kitesurfing in Paracas can make for a memorable trip. At Kuoda Travel, all trips are custom and personally designed for you by one of our professional travel experts. Contact us today and get your free Peru trip quote.
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