The Galapagos Islands is a fascinating place and one of the few tourist destinations in the world where you can marvel at wildlife. Surprisingly, Peru has a version of the place. Interested now are we?
According to WanderingTrader Peru, “Very close to Huacachina, this is where wildlife can be found in Peru outside of the Amazon. Commonly referred to as the Galapagos of Peru or a poor man’s Galapagos, it is a great place to see unique marine animals in their wild habitat.”
Paracas and Islas Ballestas have been nicknamed as “poor’s” because compared to the real Galapagos Islands of Ecuador; it’s cheaper and composed of only two islands.