2019 Guide to Huanchaco, Peru What makes Huanchaco a popular tourist attraction? Huanchaco is a relaxed small fishermen and surfers town north/west of Trujillo, in the north of Peru. In this article, I would like to explain what’s so special about this coastal town. Huanchaco is not a particularly pretty town. North of the pier much of the beach has been lost to coastal erosion. Thankfully South of the pier it remains unaffected. No, the attraction of Huanchaco is not visual. The appeal of Huanchaco comes from its location, history, culture, peacefulness, fresh seafood and strong, consistent waves for surfing. This attractive mix makes Huanchaco one of the best stops for travelers in the north of Peru! History of Huanchaco:

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