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Immers Immers
3 reviews
The best flight of my life May 12, 2011
I didn´t know much about the sight but it was great. It is like the biggest `drawings in the sand` I haveever seen. You can watch them from the road side if you climb a tower. It´s realy worth it to take a flight over them. My pilot was quit exited to show them to us. And if he wants an other flying job maybe he can join the Red Bull Air Race because he did some stunts to show al the Drawings to us. So here´s a little advise: Make sure your stomach is up for it. Some of my friends had to puke afterwards, but they would do it again anyway.
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Sylvie1 Sylvie1
30 reviews
Sep 10, 2007
Nasca is a very cowsy city, filled with wonderfull shops, great food (avocado with potatoes) and extremely nice people. If you would ever need a tour guide, just ask for Freddy Alarcone, he's extraordianary and a personal friend. Nasca itself is not that big, but you could go walking around the town and going places where there are no tourists. This is confronting, but yet so beautiful. You can go see some inca - ruines there. There are also shops for ceramic and you can visit a place where they make gold. But the most, and probably the best known, sight thing to see are the Nasca - lines. They are situated in the mountains so you will have to take a sportsplane. I loved this, you can get a bit sick, because you fly right and left all the time, but it is so worth it. When someone says : 'They are just lines', they are wrong, it is so beautiful. Nasca is a very beautiful and warm city.
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