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guys trip backpacking in Peru« on: November 27 2012 15:11:00 »
I am traveling to Peru with 3 other guys, all in our mid 20s. Where is the best surf town for partying and learning to surf. Also some other advice for places to go
RE: guys trip backpacking in Peru« Reply #1 on: December 09 2012 14:12:00 »
The Peruvian coast line doesn't really offer the best "backpacking scene." However, it is one of the best places to surf on the planet. So if it's your priority to surf, rathe than party, its a great place. I think Mancora, in northern Peru offers a good mix of both. It has a bit of a party scene, consistent waves and some of the warmest water in Peru. Otherwise, the beaches outside of Lima definitely have more of a scene but can be more crowded and less scenic.
Another place you should consider is Montanita in Ecuador.
RE: guys trip backpacking in Peru« Reply #2 on: December 19 2012 10:12:00 »
Whether traveling for Cusco, the best option is good and cheap hostel the hostel Qorichaska, [email protected]
RE: guys trip backpacking in Peru« Reply #3 on: December 19 2012 10:12:00 »
another good option is to go rafting on the Urubamba River with Mayuc [email protected]
RE: guys trip backpacking in Peru« Reply #4 on: December 19 2012 10:12:00 »
We all love to travel. And there are a select group of people who decide to travel as backpackers, so if you want to be placed in this group may review this list. Maybe missing some tricks, or maybe you're so tourist as his father or grandfather, or perhaps his father and grandfather are the real backpackers.
1. No one person is better than a tourist backpacker. There are two things that basically want the same thing: pleasure. The difference lies in the how of things they want.