With some of the world’s longest and largest waves located on Peru’s 2,000 kilometres of Pacific Ocean coastline this is a destination that offers almost unlimited surf adventure. Northern Peru is warmer and enjoys world-class waves that wrap around the endless perfect pointbreaks. Down south captures the more consistent and bigger south swells. Punta Hermosa, just south of the capital of Lima, is the country’s hub of cold-water quality. Down here thick wetsuits and big boards are constant companions.

Quick Facts

Chicama is considered the longest left in the world and one of surfing’s greatest natural attractions

Hosted the World Surf Titles back in 1965

Uncrowded waves

Welcoming country with thousands of years of culture and history