Went here with a tour from my hostel and learned some very interesting facts about the tombs and Warrie and Nazca people.
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This was a really great experience! Me and my partner were driven for 30 min from the town through great dessert scenery, and then received an insightful tour by Julio of the ruins. Definitely request Julio! He was very knowledgable. The skeletons are indeed spooky,...More
It was an hour's drive from Cahuachi to the Chauchilla cemetery, with the last 10 mins' drive being on dirt road. The mummies there are displayed in the open air, and if you keep your eyes peeled you can see several hands and feet with...More
I believe it's about 27 or so km from Nasca. To me Chauchilla + Nasca Lines + Palpa Lines supersedes Machu Picchu in terms of cultural significance. Very few people visit Chauchilla. I spent an hour or a little more there and I was the...More
Although all but destroyed by grave robbers in the not-too-distant past, thankfully there are enough remains and historic knowledge to make this a must-see, albeit somewhat sombre site. I predict that in a few short years, visitors won't be able to get so close to...More
This place is very cool!! It's crazy how you can pretty much walk on the trails they have marked and on both sides are bones and pieces of bones all over the place. It's hard to believe that a place like this even exists. When...More
Interesting place to visit. Very important as a source of archaeology to the Nazca culture. It has been plundered by grave robbers so you will see some left human bones and pottery scattered around the place. There is a two-hour tour and it will cost...More
Wow, this is a type of places one must absolutely go! It's amazing how local climate preserved the mumies. And strolling around you can notice bones and cloth pieces of mumies that still lay here unearthed. Spooky and inspiring at the same time.
Mummies in tombs and you can walk freely among them. We had an amazing guide telling us about the Nazca people and their lives. Ar least what is known. It was horrific to realise that they have used child offerings to bury the highly positioned...More