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Paracas National Reserve | Ballestas Islands, Paracas National Reserve, Paracas 11550, Peru
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

On the way to ballestas you will pass this and looks amazing the tour guide said this place only gets drizzle rain and doesn't last long, that's why this chandelier image never fade...

Thank Kneat
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

can be viewed on ballestas island boat tours, available from multiple sites on the Paracas waterfront

Thank Gertrude B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This "chandelier" supposedly was used as a navigation tool, although none seems to know for sure. It looks like an image of a cactus.

Thank Florian V
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

While on a boat trip to the Islands we passed this. Out guide was not sure who made these lines but didn’t think it was related to the Nazca lines. I am not sure anyone does. This was first noticed in 1864. Since they don’t...More

Thank kristinak27
Reviewed September 25, 2018

I must admit that when we first stopped to view this from the boat I thought it was something someone had just done as a tourist attraction. Turns out it is hundreds of years old and nobody really knows what it is, who did it...More

Thank Dakles
Reviewed September 5, 2018

You will see the Chandelier on your trip to the islas ballestas. If you have good light, the Chandelier is good to see.

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Reviewed August 27, 2018 via mobile

There's no definite answer as to what it's doing there but there are some pretty good theories. I thought out was worth seeing.

Thank TootsieBones
Reviewed August 19, 2018

This geoglyph is seen when you are on the Ballestas Islands boat tour. On the way to the Ballestas Islands, on the Paracas Peninsula, you will see this large-scale geoglyph that may have served as a beacon to mariners. The Paracas Candelabra, is a well-known...More

Thank Bob H
Reviewed July 26, 2018 via mobile

This drawing on the side of the hill seems like anyone could have made it at any point. It was just something to see on the way to the much more interesting Ballestas islands.

Thank Geoff H
Reviewed July 11, 2018

Viewed the Chandelier on the trip out to Ballestas Islands, and certainly impressive and more obvious, rather than climbing a tower like for the Nascar lines. It was good to have this as part of the Island tour, rather than just a standalone attraction. Leaves...More

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