Hospedaje Restaurant Oceano

Los Cerezos 105, Huanchaco, LALIBERTAD 01, Peru | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Los Cerezos 105, Huanchaco, is near Huanchaco Beach, Tres Chimbadas Lake, and Casinelli Museum (Museo Arqueológico Casinelli).
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Travel Blogs from Huanchaco

Huanchaco and the Beach

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Aug 05, 2014

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... three high mountains in the area. The grand finale was Chan Chan ruled by the Chimú. It was built in 850AD and once formed the largest pre-Columbian City in South America. It is believed that it housed 10 000 structures from palaces to store rooms. The main plaza was designed to form its own micro climate and of courses echoes sound. There is lots of details on all the walls ranging from patterns to fish. It is believed that the main source of food for ...

Seas, Surf and Citadels

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on May 26, 2014

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... to say the least! As we exited the bus, he asked all of us (in English) for $5 - yeah right!

We boarded our bus to Lima without any hassles (although with bizarrely tight security measures for South America in general, let alone Peru), and although we were travelling in the lowest comfort level 'economico', we found that this was pretty well as comfortable as the semi-cama comfort that we were accustomed to (we generally just take the cheapest option!). Pretty soon, we were underway!

Waves and Ruins

A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on Feb 18, 2014

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... same time we do not regret the fact that we chose to stay in another place nearby. In fact we've had enough of the noise of cities, no matter how beautiful they are. We decided to spend a couple of days in this area but to stay in the nearby village of Huanchaco, on the sea, instead of Trujillo; after all, the sea, the city and the ruins are all within an area of about ten kilometers. And if we have to choose between a seaside village and a city, I would say that ...

Difficult leaving paradise

A travel blog entry by svaneflight on Feb 01, 2014

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... of outings with Julie, the owner of the hostel. One of these outings was to a wind mill factory started by an American immigrant a couple of years ago. These windmills are small enough that people can buy them and put them in their backyard and thereby save on electricity and they are great in rural areas where there are no other way of getting electricity. The company runs a volunteer programme where young people from all over the world come ...

Discovering Huanchaco

A travel blog entry by mattwfoxworthy on Nov 23, 2013

1 comment, 18 photos

... from Guayaquil to Mancora and again in Lobitos and again in Huanchaco and enjoyed hanging out drinking beers and enjoying the sunshine.

I'm certain I have left out some, and for that I am sorry. It was such a great time in Huanchaco that we promised to return before our departure from South America. If that doesn't say enough about how special Huanchaco can be, than maybe you need to go and try it for yourselves.

Next stop, the capital of Peru, Lima!