● La Laguna de la Huacachina: It is a natural oasis surrounded by palm trees and eucalyptus trees, it is located in the middle of the desert. It has a very pleasant climate and you can rent boats for sailing on the lagoon. The most entertaining activities to practice in this place are sandboarding and rides in sand vehicles.
● La Reserva Natural de Paracas: Considered a natural attraction of Ica, this reserve is inhabited by penguins, sea lions, and dolphins. When visiting its beaches you will see the rock formation World Heritage Site "La Catedral" and in its bay "El Candelabro", a 1.20-meter geoglyph that points to the Nazca Lines. On the other hand, if you like the archeology, in Cerro Colorado you can contemplate Wari Kayan, one of the archaeological sites in Ica, where ancient human remains were located.
● Cachiche: This is known as the Town of the Witches; because according to the inhabitants it was the meeting place for women who possessed supernatural powers. What you cannot miss when you come to Cachiche is La Palmera de las 7 Cabezas, La Bruja de Cachiche statue, and the Brujas de Cachiche Theme Park.
● The Pisco route: The best time to do it is between the end of February and the beginning of April. On this route, you’ll take a tour of the best vineyards to learn about the process of making pisco among the most important wineries in the region are those of Tacama, Vista Alegre, Viña Santiago Queirolo, and the Bodega Artesanal El Catador.