By Erin Hancock
Tan and blue as far as the eye can see. A dusty drive over land for a short ride from Paracas, Peru, one will find the Paracas National Reserve (sometimes called the Natural Reserve).
This gorgeous landscape is simple and tranquil, yet something beautiful to behold with its consistency and smooth hills.
As you continue down to the shoreline, the ocean breeze picks up, dulling any sound in the surrounding areas.
The jagged cliffs emerge from the water and many birds coasting in the wind can be observed from a perch on the dark sand beach.