On September 25 of each year, the anniversary of the creation of one of the most important tourist attractions in the country is celebrated by the Paracas National Reserve (RNP), which is in charge of the National Service of Natural Areas Protected by the State (SERNANP).
The creation of this important reserve was given in order to ensure the conservation of the sea and desert as well as the protection of the various species of wild flora and fauna.
During the week of celebration, different activities are carried out, ranging from cleaning beaches in the morning, desserts and handicrafts fair, another day conferences are held on the conservation of the flora and fauna of the Ballestas Islands and the Paracas National Reserve as well as a verbena and serenade.
It has a total area of 335,000 hectares and was created as a protected natural area (ANP) by the Peruvian state on September 25, 1975, in a framework of protection of a representative sample of our marine – coastal ecosystems.
It is located at kilometer 245 of the Pan-American Sur, about four hours from the city of Lima.
Within the National Reserve of Paracas you can enjoy a unique landscape beauty; it is a privileged place in the Peruvian coast for nature tourism, because it houses a great biological diversity, especially in the marine part that is complemented with a good offer Gastronomic and magnificent beach.
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