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Huancaya, Peru Travel Video

Off the beaten path adventure in Peru!

If you are looking to experience real off the beaten path adventures in Peru, take a look to this video so you get inspired! Visit our website for more information: www.peruviansoul.com
This video was filmed in Paracas, Ica, Huacachina and the little andean village of Huancaya in Peru! (Sandboarding, rafting, trekking, mountain biking, 4x4 and much more).

filmmaker: Diego Zimmermann

country: Peru

channel: adventure

rating: PRO

views: 3999

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