Know Chinchorro BeachChinchorro Beach is a resort with warm water that is an ideal place to swim and practice aquatic sports, or simply enjoy walks by the pier. Also, Chinchorro Beach is a visual attraction beacuse of the boilers vestige (of a US ship) wretched during the tsunami in 1868.
Attractions: Warm waters with small waves. Visual attractions.
Activities: Hiking, trekking, bird watching, swimming, scuba diving, sport fishing, aquatic ski, surf, windsurf, picnic, photography.
Location: Arica y Parinacota
How to get there: Iquique-Peru: Land route, by Panamericana Highway from Iquique and Tacna.
Bolivia-Arica: Land route, by Route CH-11 Tambo Quemado, that goes through Parinacota from La Paz, Bolivia.
Anywhere-Arica: Airway and Seaway (Carlos Ibañez del Campo Port)
Arica-Chinchorro Beach: Land route, 2 kilometers north downtown.
When to go: All year long.
Weather: Desert weather, with homogeneous temperatures in the shore. The high media temperature is 27,4ºC and the lowest is 13,2ºC. The rain is practically null due to shore couldiness, with a high media of 0,2 milimeters.
Services: Housing, food, transportation, outdoor activities.
Surroundings: Arica, Camarones bay, Lluta River, Lluta geoglifos, Morro of Arica, Chinchorro beach, El Laucho Beach, La Lisera Beach, San Miguel de Azapa Town, San Lorenzo Pucara, Las Peñas Religious Sanctuary, Cardones Stream.