Yesterday 18 of August 2018 we received the first travelers to practice sandskiing in the dunes of the Pisco Desert, and it could not be better, knowing that the couple wanted to do this activity during the honeymoon trip in Peru.
Jonas and Frankie spent their last day traveling from Cusco to Lima, unloading what was left of the day and leaving very early for Paracas according to the itinerary organized by us, suggesting that they visit this destination which they will like to end their trip in Peru.
They had a reservation with us to carry out the expedition in Huacachina, but due to a restriction to operate logistically in the desert dunes of Huacachina, it was not possible. The couple was determined to stay in the capital but anxious to want to perform the sandskiing, yes or yes.
Since 2016 we already had projects to operate this destination, but the logistics and adequate service to which we are accustomed to providing limited us to continue studying the possibility, but thanks to the enthusiasm of Jonas and Frankie who were advised directly by our CEO – Martin Guerra, who was encouraged to manage the adventure for them, just had to make some calls to the contacts that Martin has been doing in these 10 years immersed in the dunes and organized with instructors from Huacachina to launch this experience in Paracas.
Jonas and Frankie arrived at 10.30am and they had the time to walk around the bay and they also found the opportunity to practice Kitesurfing; a whole set of opportunities that only a couple of travelers start by connecting the sustainable and responsible development of a destination.
“Considering that Laurent Bernhard, founder of sandskiing in Peru has already been sliding in these dunes but not as a tourist looking for this experience, Laurent is part of everything that happens in the development of this discipline in Peru and South America and we are grateful that he forms part of our team from the dunes or mountains where he is to promote this sport on the sand.”