Peru: surfers’ paradise

Are you still dreaming about learning how to surf? It’s never too late. Ok, maybe just hanging around one of the best surfing spots in the world, eating the freshest ceviche, and drinking chilled Cusqueña beer, will get you ready to do it! The coast of Máncora, 500 miles north of Lima, is one of those dream spots that we hope will never really get “discovered”: the best waves, beautiful beaches, fantastic food. The paddle boarding there is great too. Let’s go!

 

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arennas-hotel-villa-surf-break-peru-conde-nast-traveller-11feb14-john-huba_646x430Arennas Hotel Villa

 

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alan-valdiviezo-el-point-surf-break-peru-conde-nast-traveller-11feb14-john-huba_646x430surf instructor Alan Valdiviezo

 

For details on surfing schools, lodging and restaurants go to cntraveller.com

via cntraveller, by Danielle Pergament, photos by John Huba

 

 

 

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