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wyve
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Kiting in Peru

Postby wyve » Sat Mar 08, 2008 7:13 pm

I'm organizing a trip in Peru, from 5 to 25 of August. I have got a full week after the cultural club to kite.
Any suggestion for the spots? The situation in Paracas is now ok after the earthquake?
I know that Mancora is a good place but it's a long travel from Lima!

:D

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Re: Kiting in Peru

Postby snowkiter3 » Sun Mar 09, 2008 6:48 pm

Its worth the trip to Mancora...I would stay for at least 5 days though

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Re: Kiting in Peru

Postby wyve » Sun Mar 09, 2008 10:39 pm

snowkiter3 wrote:Its worth the trip to Mancora...I would stay for at least 5 days though


I know but i must spend 2 days in traveling with bus or 400 euros for flight.
I don't know... mmh

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Re: Kiting in Peru

Postby snowkiter3 » Mon Mar 10, 2008 12:09 am

I've heard the bus takes forever and that you should only take it if you have a ton of time to kill

When I flew it was $200 USD roundtrip on lan peru

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Re: Kiting in Peru

Postby sisky » Mon Mar 10, 2008 6:01 am

Hey, I have a small resort in mancora. It is well worth the trip up north that time of the year. Paracas will be freeeeezzing cold. but will be windy. just make sure you have a 4/3 on hand.

mancora on the other hand will be warm. The bus ride is minor, it is not 2 days..... and the flights at that time of the year can be very inexpensive since it is the off season. so dont let either scare you..

I don't know what your budget is, but check out our place http//:www.samanachakra.com

we can help organize all of you travel to the north including bus and or flights and transfers from the airport with reliable and save drivers..... keep in mind you are in peru and you get what you pay for.

as for the kiting, that time of the year mancora will be windy everyday like clock work. so you can pretty much stay around there and kite your brains out. If you wish to go other places we can organize great guide services also.

thanks and hope to hear from you!!

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Re: Kiting in Peru

Postby wyve » Mon Mar 10, 2008 4:38 pm

Nice Sisky, thank you so much. Can you arrange something for me and my girlfriend (she doesn't kite).
I arrive in Lima from Cuzco the 20 of August and I have the return flight to Italy the 26 in the evening.

8)

Send me a pm or a mail ( roberto.pezzali@tiscali.it) with the price for transport & lodging. Thank you very much. I appreciate it.


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