Hostal El Malecon

Av. La Rivera 225, Huanchaco, Peru | Inn
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This inn, located on Av. La Rivera 225, Huanchaco, is near Huanchaco Beach 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

    16 photos

    ... Chan ruins for tomorrow. The two of us then decided it was time to relax on the beach for a while. An hour later it started cooling down a little so we headed back towards our bungalow. Not far up the road we ran into Lee and Leanne who we knew were in town somewhere. We caught up on their latest travels and informed them of our tour plans tomorrow before parting ways to change into warmer clothes. That night we went to a vegie restaurant that Leanne had told ...

    Seas, Surf and Citadels

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on May 26, 2014

    30 photos

    ... an instantly fascinating place - a dusty desert town by the beach, I hadn't seen anything quite like it before. We scouted out hostels and settled on Naylamp, which turned out to be a pleasant enough place to stay for a few days. There we met a large number of other travellers with whom we spent the nights chatting and drinking with; this included Mode and Etienne, a French Canadian couple that we would travel with to Lima in the coming days, and a Dutch guy (whose name I can't ...

    Day 80 - Huanchaco to Mancora

    A travel blog entry by kittysheeran on Dec 17, 2013

    11 photos

    Today we decided to take a taxi to see some inca ruins called 'chan chan' We caught a taxi, but they only dropped us off on the main highway, which meant we either had to pay someone who was trying to sell us a package £10 for 2 tickets and tour and to drive us there, or we walk. We decided to walk as we weren't too sure what it would be like. The walk seemed to go on and on! We must have ended up waking for about 2-3km ...

    Discovering Huanchaco

    A travel blog entry by mattwfoxworthy on Nov 23, 2013

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... wetsuit from any of a number of the local surf camps. When the swell gets big enough, it will break from the point to pier, running swiftly with walled sections and some barrel sections closer to the pier. Unfortunately it never really got more than head high while we were there, but the wave is still fun to surf, and is great way to meet all the local talent the invades the water at dusk. Sometimes you can nab a short right if you are lucky. The attitude ...

    The dreaded long bus journey and Chan Chan

    A travel blog entry by sabrinechka on Oct 05, 2013

    1 comment, 2 photos

    The trip from Máncora was long! As I mentioned in my previous blog we couldn't leave at 6am because the fishermen decided to block the road and protest. But then around 9am we got the all clear to get a bus and make our way to Piura. From there we encountered more problems because it was day of the cow all of a sudden or so we were originally told (it was actually day of peace) there were no buses to Chiclayo. So instead we needed to get in the most smallest taxi ...