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    Looking for the best chillin in Peru? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Peru. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

    Top Chillin Spots in and near Peru

    • Caylloma, Peru

      Trek Colca Canyon

      14 mi / 3675 ft gain
      Colca Canyon is an amazing hike and truly an awe-inspiring place to explore... it's just a little tricky to get to.Notes Before Hand: 1) In the Peruvian city of Arequipa, you will need to take a 5-6 hour bus to Cabanaconde to reach the Canyon. Tickets for the bus can purchased at main bus statio...
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    • Urubamba, Peru

      Backpack the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu

      26.5 mi / 6279 ft gain
      Day 1: Cusco to Ayapata (10 miles) The trail starts at 8,923 ft at the main gate operating the permit and passport check-ins at KM 82, Piscachucho. You'll cross the Urubamba River on a suspension bridge and proceed towards Ayapata at 10,829 ft. It's an easy day on the first day and should take ab...
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    • Qosqo, Peru

      Hike to the Devil's Balcony

      3.1 mi / 656.2 ft gain
      Of all the hikes within the proximity of the city of Cusco, this one is the coolest. Not only that, but no one knows about it. It is a local's only secret. The only reason I know about it was because I lived there for years.There are two approaches to the hike. One that is for beginners, and is a...
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    • Ica, Peru

      Sanboard in Huacachina, Peru

      Getting There: Huacachina is a little desert oasis town about 5km outside Ica, Peru. Getting to the town is best done by taxi, don't pay more than 10 Sol from the bus station. The Boardin': The town itself can be walked in about 10 minutes, so you can shop around for the best price while trying t...
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    • Yungay, Peru

      Hike Laguna Paron

      5 mi / 3000 ft gain
      You have options for this adventure: One is to do a day trip alone to Laguna Paron. Another is to go with a guide/tour company. And lastly, is to do a trek without a company to the lake and what lies beyond. Depending on your skill level, timeframe and any other factors that may arise, some of th...
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    • Distrito de San Pedro de Casta, Peru

      Hike to Marcahuasi and the Ancient Figures

      3 mi / 3280.8 ft gain
      The trekking starts in San Pedro de Casta at 3,000 meters from sea level and is a route of 4.9 km and up to 4,000 meters above sea level. The path has a viewpoints where you can take many photos of the valley and some farms.After 5 hrs of walking we got to The Anfiteatro, a concourse surrounded b...
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    • Lobitos, Peru

      Explore an Abandoned Swimming Pool in Lobitos Peru

      1.9 mi / 9.8 ft gain
      The pool, known as la piscina locally, and as piscinas to surfers, lies just north of Lobitos, Peru. You can get to Lobitos by bus or shared car from Talara, Piura, or Mancora. You can fly or bus to Talara and Piura from Lima. There isn't much to do in Lobitos other than surf and eat but if you f...
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    • Puerto Malabrigo, Peru

      Surf the longest wave in the world

      You can have the best view over the entire spot when you walk direction north, just outside of the small village and onto the cliff.  The best point to drop in with your surfboard is a couple of hundred meters up the beach. If you hit a great swell, you can have the waves carry you back all the w...
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    • Huanchaco, Peru

      Surf in Huanchaco

      Huanchaco beach is a very consistent surf spot with a great left hand break next to the pier. It can get crowded, especially on weekends when the locals are coming from the neighboring towns, but the vibe is very nice and chilled. If you're looking for slightly smaller waves, stay right of the pi...
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