South America's third-largest country has a rich surfing history to go with its 1,500 miles of mostly dry and rugged Pacific-facing coastline. The surf in Peru is remarkably consistent, with wave height averaging between three to six foot throughout the year, thanks to long-distance north swells during the summer, a steady feed of powerful south swells in winter, and a balance of the two during sp...

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