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Surf in the most secure, professional, and fun way with El Inti Surf Camp. Chicama, a small surf town near Trujillo, is widely renowned for having the longest wave in the world with year-round waves. The accommodation will also provide you with all facilities and hearty support to make you feel at home. The Peruvian hospitality, comfortable accommodation, and stunning surfing spots will make your trip unforgettable!
During this surf camp, you will stay in El Inti Surf Camp Resort. It features 5 secure and comfortable bungalows with private bathroom and private garden. It also has a restaurant and a relaxing room which boast an impressive view of the ocean and the surfing spots. Each room is equipped with 24-hour access of wireless internet.
The surf camp will take place in Puerto Chicama, Peru. It is famous for the world's longest left-hand waves that the beach has. Puerto Chicama is located 50 kilometers up north of Trujillo and about 600 kilometers in the south of the Equatorial border.
Please book your flight to arrive at FAP Captain Carlos Martínez de Pinillos International Airport (TRU). The transport from and to the airport can be arranged upon request.
From Lima, you can take a bus to Trujillo. Please use a safe company such as "Cruz del sur" or "Exclusiva". From Trujillo, you will have two options. First, you can take a bus from "Dorado" company, at the Jaico Bus Station which will cost you around 1.5 USD. The trip to Puerto Chicama will take around 90 minutes.
Second, you can take a "Collectivo" to Paiján. From Paiján, continue the journey to Puerto Chicama with another "Collectivo". The first trip will cost you around 2 USD and the second trip will cost you around 0.5 USD. However, this option can only be used if you speak Spanish to prevent getting ripped off with the fees.