Peru has a great geographical diversity, which allows doing adventure sports like surfing, sand boarding, 4×4, climbing, rafting, rappel, rally, trekking, skiing, kayak, etc. In each region visitors will find numerous activities adapted to their particular climate and environment.
One of the most popular sports in Peru is surfing, and the country has hosted numerous national and international competitions in this sport. According to Magoo de la Rosa, former Peruvian champion surfer, the three best surfing beaches are:
Organos, located in Talara – Piura.
Cabo Blanco, also located in Talara and which has one of the most perfect tube waves.
And Lobitos, that in 2009 became the place that saw Sofia Mulanovich win the women’s world surfing competition.
The skiing is developed in the city of Huaraz, and in the popular Ica’s sand dunes is very common to practice sand board.