Long roads, long waves.

Chicama, known to many as the longest wave on the planet, is located about 600km north of Lima, in the fishing town of Malabrigo.

In January 2017, two of my best friends and I decided to drive 10 hours from Lima to arrive in this mythical place. Even if we couldn't find the perfect conditions for the wave, it was a trip full of discoveries about our country and ourselves. We could evidence the economic inequality between regions and the different way of living of other coastal cities that we usually ignore.  By driving across Peru, landscapes become infinite and you feel lucky enough to be part of this marvelous planet.