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Why You'll Love Windsurfing In Pacasmayo!

  • One the best wave spots on the planet
  • Great value for money destination
  • Planet have invested considerable time to offer you the best accommodation and can tailor-make tours to see everything this amazing country has to offer

Pacasmayo Windsurf Holidays

Pacasmayo in Northern Peru is home to the longest wave in the world, and in our opinion, is the best windsurfing spots on the planet! You can find bigger waves in places like Maui and Mauritius, but in terms of reliability and perfect set up it really does not get much better. Imagine set after set after set rolling and peeling for almost 1 km - normally the first thing to give out are your legs, not the wave. You can probably do more bottom turns on a week's holiday to Pacasmayo than you have done in your life. The waves here are perfectly formed but do not carry much power so super easy. This is a great location for surfers who want independent wind to start sailing into the wave. The only problem is once you have been here nothing else is as good!

Want to learn how to master the waves? Join one of our epic Pacasmayo wave windsurf clinics and learn from a pro. Choose the dates that suit you best!

Pacasmayo Involves 3 Flights from Europe plus a 2 hour transfer so it best to plan for a minimum of 10 days with some good connections Although a week is Possible. There a nice local town, just a short walk from our accommodation, with some really good local restaurants and cafes, and very cheap. There are ATM, Pharmacy and all the basics there that you may need.

Planet Windsurf are the UK specialist in Peru Windsurfing Holidays. This can be a complex country to plan a windsurfing holiday without good firsthand knowledge. Peru is a curious mixture of stunning and amazing culture, historic towns and beaches mixed with rubbish strewn Often very poor and dusty areas. Planet windsurf have invested Considerable time in making sure we offer the best hotels, tours and windsurf facilities in Peru. We strongly recommend adding on at least some of the cultural tours to your Pacasmayo Windsurfing Holiday, Especially a 2-3 day tour of around Cuzco / Machu Picchu. Please call and speak with a specialist to discuss Peru Windsurfing and how we may put together a tailor made tour itinerary to fit your dates, budget and windsurf preference.

Trips And Tours From Pacasmayo

There is a huge amount to see and do in Peru Including TRISP to the Amazon, a visit to Machu Pichu, wildlife tours and much more. Plamnet Travel specialis in tailor made tours and we strongly suggest considering adding some of what Peru has to offer to your Pacasmayo Kitesurf holdiays. So It Is Possible to combine with Peru Other regions: such as Brazil or Ecuador.


More locally to Pacasmayo there are so so great day trips:

Dos Cabezas  - Located just 20 minutes drive from El Faro Adventure Resort is the pyramid ruins of Dos Cabezas. It is amazing and Largely un-publicized to tourism.  Best Described from this exert from National Geographic:   "The large copper bowl lay within my grasp, undisturbed for 1,500 years since it had been Placed upside down over the dead man's face Our ‚Äč‚Äčteam had. worked more than a month to reach this point in the excavation of one of the richest and most intriguing tombs ever found in Peru-the tomb of a Moche elite.  The Moche inhabited a series of river valleys along the arid coastal plain of northern Peru from about AD 100 to 800. Through farming and fishing, They supported a dense population and highly stratified society did Constructed irrigation canals, pyramids, palaces, and temples. They had no writing system Although, the Moche left a vivid artistic record of Their Activities in beautiful ceramic vessels, elaborately woven textiles, colorful murals, and wondrous objects of gold, silver, and copper.  Finding undisturbed Moche tombs is rare in on area did has been looted for more than four centuries, yet from 1997 to 1999 our team of US and Peruvian Researchers discovered three extraordinary tombs at Dos Cabezas, an ancient settlement in the Lower Valley Jequetepeque. Outside each burial chamber was a miniature tomb Containing a small copper statue meant to represent the tomb's occupant principal. So Each tomb contained a remarkably tall adult male who would havebeen a giant among his peers. Gently lifting the CopperBowl, I expected to see a skeletonized face. But instead, looking up at me with inlaid eyes, which. Of exquisite gold-and-copper funerary mask. We were all astonished and knew then how important thesis tombs Could be to unraveling the mystery of the Moche "

Chan Chan -  Located 100km south of Pacasmayo is the wellknown ruins of Chan Chan.  In terms of its shape and design, the archaeological site silent express train truthfully the essence of the monumental urban landscape of the former Chimú capital. So, the hierarchical arrangements reflecting the high political, social, technological, ideological and economic complexity Attained by Chimú society between the ninth and fifteenth centuries are quietly CLEARLY to be discerned. The original earthen architecture with its religious feature and decorations, Although subject to decay, is undergoing conservation interventions using earthen material and still truthfully Represents the construction methods and the spirit of the Chimu people.

El Brujo  - The town is quite charming. Entry begins with a spectacular sign Streets of brick lined with nicely groomed trees, brush, and flowers, Their colors spanning the Entire rainbow.  El Brujo Archeology Complex has been open to the public since May 2006 Making the ruins one of the newest additions to the many other sites located in the area. The site features a multistory ancient monument built by the Moche civilization, a culture predating the Inca. Lining the walls are colorful murals depicting the lives of its very own builders inside multiple chambers, some of Which have yet to be discovered ... Dating back as far as AD 1-600, El Brujo built by the Moche civilization, a culture predating the more WellKnown Inca culture, Which has been featured in National Geographic in 2004 and 2006.. El Brujo Not Only  Take a tour thru the ruins and walk thru the multilevel city build by the Moche, Conclude your tour with an experience the museum of ancient artifact discovered on site. Enter a museum built to house the very artifacts for on site.

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