During 2009, the Paracas National Reserve received 90,000 tourists. Due to the constant improvements and the high level of conservation, last year it obtained 327,952 visitors and this 2017 is expected to reach more than 400,000. One of the keys to success is due to the articulated work of various entities at hand with the population.
This investment, made through the National Copesco Plan, an entity attached to the Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Mincetur), achieved the construction of viewpoints with sun and shade roof areas, checkpoints, parking lots, as well as floors with motifs Nasca and Paracas, infographics and hygienic services.
Among the works carried out, the Supay viewpoint stands out, where adventure sports such as paragliding are practiced; The Cathedral viewpoint, privileged by a close view of the rock formation with the same name; The Istmo viewpoint, a point to appreciate the bays of Paracas and Lagunilla that consists of parking, rest areas, among others.