Hotel Boquemar

Calle Ricardo Palma 240 , Huanchaco, Peru | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Huanchaco

Sea and surf

A travel blog entry by svaneflight


The bus for Trujillo departed at 9 am. Again we had to leave our luggage and get a ticket and I think I asked them about 20 times it the bags would end up in the bus. They kept assuring me that it would while rolling their eyes because of my persistent questions but of course they did not know the background. The bus ride was an uneventful 7 hours with comfortable seats and a stewardess who served both breakfast and lunch and we arrived in Trujillo at ...

Huanchaco, Peru

A travel blog entry by michelle.e


An 8 hour bus ride away from the cold mountains and snow, and I ended up on the beach where it was lovely and warm. The plan was to spend 3 days here and it ended up being 8! Between Spanish and surfing lessons, chilling at the beach, visiting a couple of cultural sites, a trip into town, having the best massage in the world and spending time with my new and older friends, ...

The Final Entry

A travel blog entry by looptiloop


... from the others as they yell "Oye cholita! Que tal? Estás atrapando los peces?" which loosely translates to "hey little friend, what's up? Are you catching any fish?" because I'm not catching any waves. Im getting good at paddling now thanks to having too get away fast when I reply "saca la vuelta, huevon!". You can imagine the translation I'm sure. Watching yet another incredible sunset before Friday night sets into swing, I feel that with another year of age comes with a year ...

Ecuador to Perú

A travel blog entry by the5wynns


... up for breakfast, and we did just that.

The following morning, all of us looking forward to escaping Piura, a very dirty, hot, noisy and seemingly charmless city, we walked through a crazy busy Mercado, weaving through people and motorbike the entire ten minute walk, to yet another bus terminal for our first true Peruvian journey heading further south to Chiclayo, a central city convenient for checking out the surrounding archaeological ruins. We rode in ...

Chan Chan

A travel blog entry by burkley


... fun noted how cold the water was. I think we were realising we were saying good bye to the warm weather.

The group joined together at a local restaurant and I had my first Peruvian ceviche. Another night of stories and lots of laughter with some interesting service thrown in. Just before we returned to camp Lia, Michael, Maddie and I stopped for desert as others in the group had mentioned how good they were. They were right it was delicious and were glad we were sharing one between ...


This hotel, located on Calle Ricardo Palma 240 , Huanchaco, is near Huanchaco Beach and Casinelli Museum (Museo Arqueológico Casinelli).
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