Josh Stewart says of being swept up and somersaulted by 15-foot critter, 'I suffered no injuries but it was certainly a big surprise'
Researcher Josh Stewart says of being swept up and somersaulted by a 15-foot manta ray, "I suffered no injuries but it was certainly a big surprise."Read More →
Surfer Leila Hurst meets her maker
Like most professional surfers, Kauai-born Leila Hurst has a spontaneous nature. This is why it’s not surprising that the recent arrival of a pair ofRead More →
The Qeswachaka is built anew every year
Weaving a bridge of grass just once would be quite a feat, but high in the Andes the native Peruvians do it every year—and thisRead More →
The popular tourist spot is also a growing sandboarding destination
Only a handful of oases exist in the Americas, and if the weather trends continue for Peru’s iconic Huacachina oasis, the number of oases willRead More →
Standup paddlers Morgan Hoesterey and Leane Darling recently spent some time paddling through Peru, and they've released a series of dispatches, called "Field Notes," about their adventures. In their latest installment they head to Canoncillo, a protected forest. "It is a very beautiful place that we should take care of," their guide, Jamie Venegas, said in the video in Spanish. "It is the last protected forest in the area of San Pedro and Pacasmayo. It is protected because there are a..Read More →
Ryan Doyle freerunning in Peru - Travel Story - Episode 3Read More →
Sterling Spencer has been on a West Coast tour of the Americas lately, spreading his outlandish brand of weirdness from north to south. First in Mainland Mexico, where he assumed the identity of Chancho, his less-famous alter-ego, and laid into the endless righthand points. Soon tired of going right all day, Sterling decided to head further south to Peru, the land of lefts, where he finds Occy and challenges him to an arm-wrestling match.Read More →
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