Getting there

While Huanchaco Beach may be an international surfing destination, it was once just a fishing village. Today, traditional reed fishing boats still line the shore — and as the sun rises in the sky, locals and visitors alike spill from the vibrant downtown onto the gold-sand shoreline. Despite the international acclaim, Huanchaco remains a quiet place with deep roots. Here, locals are happy to share their beach with surfers, swimmers and sun-worshipers alike. You may stop here while traveling through, but Huanchaco is arguably a charming destination all on its own.

Getting there

Take a flight to Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima, Peru from where you can take a direct flight to FAP Captain Carlos Martínez de Pinillos International Airport, Trujillo. After arriving in Trujillo you can easily get a cab to the Huanchaco beach which is just 6 km away from the airport. Flights to Lima are easily available from most Canadian cities including Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Ottawa.