Peru is without a doubt a surfer's paradise with its 1000km long confounding coastline which consistently receives South Pacific swells. Peru's northern coast is gifted with perpetual stretch of sand that offers an exotic contrast to blue waters. A lethal combination of surf and sand, penetrated with chic resorts and rich fish makes up for a spellbinding, unwinding shoreline whether or not you are enamored with surfing. What's more, in the event that you figure out how to get away from the mystical charisma of the shorelines there are lot of ancient remnants to get soaked up in dramatic history.
The strong surf and momentous party ambiance of Manorca are no more a mystery and normally gets a bit too crowded and clamored for anybody to loosen up. In any case, the shoreline only a walk southwards of it, has got every single element which conspires for an enchanting sand experience. One of the bounties of Lac Pocitas is, Hotel DCO, ultra-modern lodging which is wrapped up in luxuries. For a more real and rustic experience, you can decide to stay in Casa de Playa, who's cooking styles are fast becoming a legend. Relish the cocktails under the coconut palms and get captivated by the hypnotizing beauty of nature by taking a horse ride at nightfall.
Vichayito, Los Organos and Punta Veleros
For more solitude, simply move 10 km south of Las Pocitas to witness the surprising trio of euphoric fishing towns of Vichayito, Los Organos and Punta Veleros. These spots have got mellow vibe and are totally ignorant of the worldly hush and rush. It has a laid-back atmosphere which makes it ideal for a memorable family destination with glimmering pools for novices and children. A few individuals favor the surf breaks of Punta Veleros, where there are numerous options of water games for example, snorkeling, plunging and kite surfing. Visits close-by El Encanto Mountain which is one of capital attractions of this region. You can likewise resuscitate up your psyche, body and soul at one of many best in class spas here.
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Last edited by Katie Louise on the 17 August 2015