Ica is away from Pisco 44.7 mi (72 km) and to go through takes about 1 hour. The terrestrial transportation company PeruBus covers this route providing bus tickets at s/ 12. The buses leave at 9:15 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. from the terminal located in Av. Matias Manzanares in Ica to get to the bus terminal placed in Av. Ernesto Diez Canseco in Pisco. The weather in Pisco is desert and the average temperature is 66.2 °F (19 °C); the rain won't be evident in the place, so you can enjoy your trip with light cotton clothes to get to know the various areas of the city.
Adventure is waiting for you on the desserts of Ica, where the visitors can enjoy the practice of sandboard and the rides in tubular cars on the surroundings of an incredible oasis, on the outskirts of the city. The Huacachina pond is the name of the oasis, and is considered for many as one of the main tourist attractions of Ica, which is a principal wine-making center of the country, because there are numerous countrysides where you can find the most exquisite wine and pisco, both of very high quality and renown at the national and international level.
Pisco is one of the oldest cities of the coast and it's famous owing to its agricultural industry and wine making; the wine and piscos are the products that enjoy the popularity among the settlers and visitors, due to its handmade preparation of high quality. The most visited places by tourists are: El Candelabro (geoglyph similar to the Nazca lines), the Cathedral (natural monument made by the marine erosion), Tambo Colorado (where you will see the archaeological remains of an inca settlement), and Islas Ballestas (nature ecosystem with the main animal species of the area). Pisco is also a destination for the adventure lovers, because its strong winds allow the surf practice, among other sports. The beaches of the Pacific seashore close this route through the natural charm that Pisco offers you.