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Surf spots Peru

Peru has some associated with longest waves on the planet (counted in kilometers...). It doesn't rain in Peru and it is perhaps not also hot or also cold. All S-SW spots have quite trustworthy swell from April to October.
Plus: all levels of browse readily available, mostly uncrowded (hum... this will suggest quasi-desert), lengthy waves.
Minus: often foggy, low-water conditions, problems of access and safety, crowds around Lima.nuevo sol (PEN)

Location: west South America, bordering the South Pacific Ocean, between Chile and Ecuador!
Geographic coordinates: 10° 0' S, 76° 0' W
Coastline km: 2, 414 kilometer kilometer
Climate: differs from tropical in eastern to dry desert in west; temperate to frigid in Andes
Terrain: western coastal plain (costa), high and tough Andes in center (sierra), east lowland jungle of Amazon Basin (selva)
Elevation:
Natural dangers: earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, landslides, mild volcanic activity. deforestation (some the result of illegal logging); overgrazing of mountains of the costa and sierra ultimately causing soil erosion; desertification; air pollution in Lima; pollution of rivers and coastal waters from municipal and mining wastes
Currency: nuevo sol (PEN)
Populace:
Languages: Spanish (official), Quechua (authoritative), Aymara, and a large number of small Amazonian languages

Source: www.wannasurf.com
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