One of the area's main attractions in the province is the Paracas National Reservation, where 216 species of birds have been recorded. Generally used as a base to see the the abundant wildlife of the Islas Ballestas and Península de Paracas, the area is also of historical and archaeological interest, having hosted one of the most highly developed pre-Inca civilizations—the Paracas culture from 900 BC until AD 200. Pisco is also home to its namesake brandy, produced since the late 16th century in its wine-making region.
Please Note: While we don't currently sail to Pisco, you can still discover the beauty of the country on one of our Machu Picchu cruises. Browse our luxury cruises to the Galapagos and Machu Picchu below.