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Hotel Del Wawa - Hotel Máncora - Peru

Fernando Paraud picked up the moniker, “Wawa,” a quechuan-based word for “little child” by always being the smallest in his class, and the name stuck even as he became a tall, hunky, world-renowned surfer, competing from Sydney to Santa Cruz. His reputation in his native Peru is such that when he purchased the Casa del Mar people kept referring to it as the “wawa’s hotel,” so he finally gave in and it became “Hotel Del Wawa,” though he still refuses to have the name on a sign. No matter: everyone will tell you where it is. This first-rate beachfront hotel, complete with air-conditioning, features a restaurant as well as a surfing school whose profits go to help local children.

Location:

Av. Piura s/n, in front of the Cocopelli hotel


Máncora, Peru

Hotel

This Hotel is: Mid-Range

Hotel Amenities, Services and Facilities , 24-Hour Hot Water, 24-Hour Reception, Breakfast Included, Internet Facilities - Free, Laundry Service, Linens Included, Luggage Storage, Restaurant, Telephone/Fax Facilities, Towels Included, Travel Info Desk, Wifi

Currencies accepted
Peruvian nuevo sol, US dollar

Getting There:

Just before Puente Cabo Blanco on the south edge of Máncora, follow the concrete road on the right heading toward the beach. At the end of the road, turn right. It is the low, salmon-colored building, third on the left.

Room Prices:
Lower:$25 per person
Higher:$35 per person
Price Description:

Contact Information:
Phone: 258-427
E-mail: info(at)remove-this.delwawa.com
URL: www.delwawa.com



Other Hotels in Máncora that may be of interest: Hotel Sunset, Casa-Hospedaje Crillón, Hostal Sol y Mar, Hotel Puerto Palos, Las Arenas de Máncora and La Posada de Máncora.








By Ricardo Segreda
Growing up in New York, Rick Segreda used to cut out of high school in order to hang out at the Museum of Modern Art and catch foreign-language...
24 Apr 2012


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