Boulevard el Chaco de noche
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Boulevard el Chaco de noche

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Etiquetas: paracas, peru, night, beach, sea, sand

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Night panorama near the Boulevard el Chaco. In the morning it is really busy here with tourists about to get on the boats to the Ballesta Islands. Probably some of them now can be found in the close by sea food restaurants.

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    Imágenes cercanas en Peru

    map

    A: Muelle El Chaco

    por Matthias Kunze, 10 metros de distancia

    Tourists waiting to get on their boot for a ride to the ballesta islands.

    Muelle El Chaco

    B: Peru, Paracas, Bus Stop

    por Tomás Manta, 530 metros de distancia

    Peru, Paracas, Bus Stop

    C: Peru, Paracas, Sail Monument

    por Tomás Manta, 580 metros de distancia

    Peru, Paracas, Sail Monument

    E: Istmo de la Península de Paracas

    por Matthias Kunze, a 8.0 km.

    Dice el cartel: "La Península de Paracas es una zuna que destaca por su alta diversidad biológica y s...

    Istmo de la Península de Paracas

    F: Peru, Paracas, Playa Langunillas

    por Tomás Manta, a 9.8 km.

    Peru, Paracas, Playa Langunillas

    G: Playa La Mina

    por Matthias Kunze, a 11.5 km.

    The nearby plate tells us this:"This is one of the most popular beaches in the Paracas National Reser...

    Playa La Mina

    H: Playa La Mina

    por Matthias Kunze, a 11.6 km.

    La Mina is a popular beach on the Paracas peninsula National Reserve

    Playa La Mina

    I: La Catedral

    por Matthias Kunze, a 12.2 km.

    Dice el cartel:"La Catedral, símbolo de la Reserva Nacional de Paracas, está compuesta por rocas de l...

    La Catedral

    Este panorama fue tomado en Peru, South America

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