The ocean is a permanent part of the scenery in Chile, a country with 4,300 km of coastline. The quality of the waves and the area’s excellent climate have created ideal locations for surfing, including Chinchorro beach in Arica.
In this ample maritme area, Arica offers permanent strong winds, that generate short, tubular waves perfect for both children and adults to enjoy on their surfboards. Santiago and Felipe Pacheco can attest to that.
Gabe Erivez dijo:
Im curious to know who gave these kids the idea that once you surf you have to stay within the realm of surfing. Surfing is about being an overall waterman, not just confining yourself to one method of riding a wave or being in the ocean. The true spirit of surfing lies within being able to harness and use the oceans energy, what you ride has little to do with it.