Wild Mountain Bike Tour To The Pacific Ocean - Full Day Adventure trip
San Fernando Reserve lies to the west of Nasca and borders the sea. Situated about 75 km away from Nasca, on the southwest, within Marcona district, covering a large area, it is part of the desert that stretches down the cost of Peru. The bright plain of San Fernando shimmers in the midday sun and guanacos can be seen grazing on the scrub. Sand dunes and rough tracks lead to the coast where you are confronted by the stark contrast of the sea that is an open invitation after a hot sandy biking. This is a beautiful way to arrive at the coast, pelting down the last large sand dune, this is quite special as the yellow haze terns into clear blue lines. All along these coasts Seals, Sea lions and the Humboldt penguin lounge on the rocks and bask in the sun before heading back out to the ocean for breakfast (on the Penguin case maybe to become breakfast). Looking down from the high cliffs thousands of Sea lions write about jumping over each other and picking fights with their neighbours. It is a good vantage point to observe these animals. It is not uncommon here to also see the sea condor gliding low over the beaches in search of washed up animals, also are other type of birds such as Pelicans, Inca terns, Boobies, Cormorants and others species. Vultures are also quite common visitors to the shoreline as well as a host of sea birds who are out diving in the waves. This is a tour for all abilities. The tough ground makes for fast speed with good jumps and the softer patches make a good landing pad. This is what you might call a soft tour as the sand breaks your falls. This reserve is not frequented by tourists making this an unforgettable desert experience.
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