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Máncora is a small beachtown smacked on the PanAmericana at the Peruvian Northern coast. During holidays, peruvians come all the way from Lima to spend their holidays at the beach. It turns into a real partytown with an overcrowded beach and bars competing for the loudest music day and night.

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The beach. In addition to tanned bodies, you might spot some pelicans and crabs there. At certain times of the year Humpback Whales & Dolphins can be seen from the shore.

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Activities

  • Huge waves break along the beach during December and January, making for good surfing. Some surfshops won't rent out boards during this time, afraid it won't come back as one part.
  • Also popular is kiteboading. You can rent a kit at a few places. For first timers, a 3-day certification course is requirerd and is about $360. You spend the first 2 days on the beach learning how to handle the kite.
  • Enjoy the sun and take a swim at the beach.

Food

There are a lot of restaurants, most of them serving fresh seafood. Service is generally very slow but the seafood is fresh, cheap, and delicious.

On the beach, restaurants will bring a mini-tent, table, chairs, menus, and food to the sand for you. The main road is lined with restaurants but for the cheapest meals (5 sol), go to the road leading to the beach.

Drinks

If you don't mind loud music there should be enough bars to still your thirst.

  • WooHoo Bar. [1]has a party atmosphere downstairs and a chilled out open upstairs terrace with a dart board and good views of the town, playing great music at a volume that won't make your ears bleed. They serve domestic & imported beers & ales, and make good strong cocktails. They also have possibly the nicest toilets in Mancora.

Shopping

There are many stalls set up near the main road, touristy items can be obtained here.

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