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tips for peru« on: January 04 2005 16:01:00 »
i am going to be in peru for a couple weeks. the end of january and beginning of february. i am traveling solo, and wanting to surf as much as possible. can anybody recomend the best spots to hit. any information and help would be greatly appreciated. the safer the towns the better, i am a female solo traveler. thanks!
RE: tips for peru« Reply #1 on: January 11 2005 06:01:00 »
the best spot to go to is chicama.
RE: tips for peru« Reply #2 on: January 13 2005 16:01:00 »
Your asking for alot of information! Please go to wanna surf and read some books. Peru goes off as far as surf! Northern Peru is where I would go for your time slot and everything your asking. Mancora is the city name and it has everything for you. If your heading to Lima go to Punta Hermosa and stay at " La Casa de Barco" just remember its their summer and Lima can get very crowded. Lima breaks all year but their winter is when its going off. Travel light and smart and during the day if possible. North or South Peru the middle of the country might not have enough swell energy for consistency?
RE: tips for peru« Reply #3 on: January 30 2005 12:01:00 »
I just booked my ticket for Peru. I will be there the end of March and early April. We plan on staying in the North, and I as hoping th get some accurate swell info for that time of year. We are totally willing to travel but we want to find the best barreling lefts! Viva Peru!