Pisco AirportMay 31, 2018 in Peru ⋅ ☀️ 19 °C
We then arrived at Pisco International Airport, with a very modern, fairly large terminal building. But there were only a couple of cars, and inside only a few airport staff.
It turns out the airport is used as a backup to Lima, when it's closed or has serious days due to the thick fog which is common. This area is one of the driest areas of Perú and very rarely encounters fog.
We had to do the normal airport activities, check-in, go through security and go to the departure lounge.
Prior to going through security we went upstairs where there was a very good exhibition about the Nazca lines, the local Pisco drink, and the immigration of African slaves to the local area during Spanish conquistador times.Read more