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When we usually go on a trip we always hope to have enough time for absolutely everything and to enjoy every second of it. Full days will always be a fun and cheap  option  for all visitors to Peru as there is so much to see that time cannot be wasted.

A full day of sightseeing and enjoyment with your loved ones is possible.  While on your trip to Peru visiting these amazing locations you may need to keep communication or a translation app. 

That’s why you may need to use one of our mobile phone plans for tourists to have a tourist SIM card. In order to understand and discover new full day adventures and meet new places only on a day here in PeruSIM

Here is a guide on how to get to these two destinations in a much more autonomous way if you are a great adventurer in search of more memories, discover here everything you need for this trip alone or with the ones you love the most and try not to get lost in the process:

What is a full day?

Full day is a package or tourist combo that at a low price offers a great variety of benefits, trips to places and with a series of activities and attractions prepaid within the same package offered, it is a unique experience that you have to give yourself the opportunity to experience. 

Full days can also be done on your own in case the budget is limited .. don’t miss a solo adventure trip never in Peru.

How many hours does a full day last?

Duration: 9 and a half hours.

What to bring for a full day?

Toilet paper roll… You don’t miss it until you need it…! …

Plastic bags. …

Flashlight. …

External power source. …

Insect repellent. …

Ear plugs. …

Small padlocks.

What do I need for a weekend trip?

Toiletries (toothbrush, small toothpaste, small deodorant, earplugs if you will be sharing a room).

Underwear (one change per day)

3 t-shirts.

2 pairs of pants (usually jeans are enough).

Sweatshirt, sweater or jacket (depending on the weather forecast)


The Circuit of beaches of Tuquillo or Tuquillo beach is a circuit of beaches of the Pacific Ocean, where is it located? It is located in the province of Huarmey of the Region Ancash,1 Peru. It starts in Puerto Culebras and ends in the beach of Tuquillo (km 67533610 of the Panamericana west, is one of the best beaches in Peru.

How to get to Huarmey from Lima

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National Terrestrial Transportation Terminal ‘Plaza Norte’.

Being a private terminal is safer than other agencies, for comfort and ease has a cafeteria, ATMs, luggage storage, wifi, so the wait will not be “boring”. This terminal is located in the Plaza Norte shopping center in the Panamericana Norte Av. Tomás Valle – Av. Túpac Amaru.

There are many companies with destination to the north of the country, but not all of them stop in Huarmey, for this reason we recommend the following transportation companies Cruz del Norte, Anita, Erick el Rojo, Anshelitus,  

The fares vary according to the companies, but we can say that the cost is approximately between S/. 30 to S/. 40. And the bad thing is that you have to pay for boarding rights.    

Buy the tickets at the respective agencies of each company.

Some of these agencies are located in: 

– Javier Prado Av. Javier Prado Este 1093 (In front of Clinica Ricardo Palma).


– La Victoria , Paseo de la República Av. 749 

These places are usually in disarray and people are running all over the place, so we recommend you to take care of your belongings.

How many hours from Lima to Huarmey? 

Once you start the journey to Huarmey the travel time to Huarmey is approximately 04 hours, when you arrive you will get off at the Terminal Terrestre and you will be ready to enjoy your adventure in its different tourist attractions.

How to get to Tuquillo?

To get to Tuquillo beach it is necessary to take a mobility bus trip. In every corner of the main square of Huarmey you can find transportation services to Tuquillo beach. The transports are mostly minivans and the service has an average price of 3 soles.

The beaches of Huarmey are very close to the main square, so getting to Tuquillo will not take you more than 15 minutes.


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How to get to Lunahuana?

  • Means of transportation
  • Private car
  • Bus
  • Agency

How to get there by private car ?

First take the Panamerican Highway South to the entrance of San Vicente de Cañete. Then you have to take the detour on the left side, which leads to the district of Imperial. Finally, follow the Cañete – Yauyos road until you reach Lunahuaná.

  • Distance: 184 kilometers.
  • Time: 3 hours to 3 hours and a half.

How to get there by bus ?

For the bus trip, the first thing to do is to take the interprovincial buses that go to the south of the country, preferably from the transportation companies Las Flores, Ormeño, Ettusa and Soyuz. 

Once on the route, approximately 2 hours away, you have to get off at San Vicente de Cañete, at kilometer 144. Once there, look for the bus lines, cabs or colectivos that take you to Imperial, a 15-minute trip. 

Once in Imperial, get off at the Lunahuaná bus stop on Jr. Ayacucho and there you can take the buses or combis that take you to Lunahuaná.

It is worth mentioning that there are places where you can take a minivan to Cañete but this service is prohibited by the National Transportation Regulations because it is considered dangerous for the passengers.

  • Distance: 184 kilometers.
  • Time: 3 hours and a half to 4 hours.

How to get there by agency

Due to the great demand that there is for people to visit Lunahuaná for adventure sports, there are also tourism agencies specialized in providing this service, these mostly offer full days that range from 90 soles to more, depending on the services included and the adventure sports that will be practiced. 

There are also places to stay, in case you want to spend a weekend and enjoy the trip more.

There are also tourist transportation companies and you can hire them only for round trip transportation or as you prefer, since with this you have the freedom to set the pace of your itinerary in the place.

  • Distance: 184 kilometers.
  • Time: 3 hours to 3 hours and a half.

In the last 5 years the visits to this district have increased excessively, it has become an ideal place for adventure tourism, extreme sports such as:

canopy full day peru
  • Rafting
  • Canopy
  • Mountain biking
  • Rappel Canopy

As for the tourist attractions of Lunahuaná, the following places stand out:

  • Incahuasi
  • The ruins of Cangallo
  • Catapalla

The best time of the year to visit Lunahuaná is between the months of March and September, when Lunahuaná is under an intense sun almost every day. 

On the other hand, if you want to see and enjoy the best exhibitions of adventure sports, it is advisable to go at the end of May when the International Festival of Sports and Eco Adventure takes place.

Finally, we know that you have to keep communication with your relatives and friends, that you need to be able to orient yourself in new cities, that you might need help with translation and that you might need to search for restaurants or hotels. That’s why with PeruSIM you can buy a SIM card including the data plan of your need without having to worry about high roaming costs.