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THE DEVELOPMENT OF SURFING IN PERU

Peruvian surfing began, developed and thrived in "Costa Verde", but with an ever increasing talent and hunger, the growing number of adventure-surfers discovered new and powerful waves such as Kon Tiki, Punta Rocas, Pico Alto and Cerro Azul in the south, and Chicama, Pacasmayo, Cabo Blanco, Panic Point, Lobitos, among others in the north. The Peruvian coast is 3079,5 Km. from north to south and it is constantly receiving powerful swells during the entire year, however during the winter swells are more frequent. Nowadays surfing is being practiced all over the country: on the north coast, where some of the most perfect waves can be found, in the northern villages of Lima where there are many uncrowded and quality beaches, in Lima, where the surf is more extended and different waves break in close proximity to each other, and finally in the south of Peru, where the waves are heavy, the weather is colder, and there are many beaches yet to be surfed.

The Peruvian sea has different types of waves for surfing: big, small, tubular, shore breaks, long and powerful waves. All of them require different kinds of boards. Those boards made by Peruvian shapers enjoy the highest reputation, not only in Peru but also in foreign countries, where they have been tested in demanding waves. They are being imported by many Latin-American countries. The first surfers to be professionally engaged in this activity were "Gordo" Barreda, Wayo Whilar (who has built surfboards since 1966), among others. Nowadays, there are many places where surfboards are being made, especially in the Lima area. Surfboards there are made to order or can be bought from stock, suitable for the Peruvian coast.

 

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