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Av Lima 155 -
Calle Alfonso Ugarte 114
S/. 59 / 129
The travel from Nazca city to Camaná takes about 5 hours, and you go through 245 °F (394 km) by land. Oltursa is the transportation company that covers this route in its itinerary, offering bus tickets from s/. 59 to s/. 135. The buses leave at 3:15 p.m. from the terminal of Av. Lima, in the center of Nazca. Their destination is Alfonso Ugarte street, next to the Plaza de Armas of Camaná. The climate in Camaná is subtropical and desert, with an average temperature of 68 °F (20 °C) and there are sunny days most of the year.
The city of Nazca is located in a valley on the central South of Peru. It is one of the most cosmopolite region of Peru due to the flow of tourist and mining activity, the basis of its growing economical development. The temperature in Nazca is pleasant. It is almost sunny all year and that's why Nazca is known as the "city of the eternal summer". You can also visit the lines of Nazca, famous in the entire world. This lines represent animals and plants drawing that you will be able to see a 1.500 feet above the ground floor. The Cahuachi citadel is another archaeological center in the tourist and archaeological route that Nazca offers and it was a ceremonial set of the ancient Nazca's people. You may visit the Cantalloc acueducts, which were built by the Nazca culture for the optimization of the agricultural systems and that still are operating.
Camaná is located on the western center of Arequipa department and it's one of the 8 provinces that constitute it. The main tourist attraction is the beaches circuit that spreads along the Pacific Ocean. The most busy beaches are: La Punta, Camaná, Cerrillos, El Chorro and Las Cuevas. Camaná is famous for its archeological sites and traditional dishes. The Petroglifos of Quilca are also part of the archeological tourism and you can visit them in Camaná. Those "petroglifos" are big stones that photograph scenes of hunt by draws made by the ancient fishermen of the pre-Incan period. One of the typical dishes of the local gastronomy (considered one of the best of the South of Peru) is the "chupe de camarones"; it's a kind of shrimp soup.