On an eminently walkable peninsula about 15 kilometers (9.3 miles) down the coast from Pisco, Paracas National Reserve is Peru's first marine conservation park. Here you'll find clusters of sea lions and flock upon flock of birds (with pelicans, flamingos and the occasional condor topping the list).
Reserva Nacional De Paracas is truly a feast for the eyes - and the cameras. The terrain is so intense and emotional, with it's sudden change of element.
Tours are available at a very small fee - you can see three different beaches, all in one day!