We are a family that lives and works in our own small hotel (7 rooms) in Mancora, Peru. We also have a smart peruvian dog and a lazy cat. So, if you are interested to spend some time on the beach of the Pacific Ocean in a quiet place of mancora, you are welcome.
365 days a year, you can:
- Swim in the ocean,
- Eat fresh fish, fruits and vegetables,
- Learn Spanish and Russian languages,
We require a minimum stay of 2 weeks.
!For September, 2018 we need help from 20th of september!
Cooking / shopping
Help in the house
Helping with Tourists
We need the person for helping the guests, cleaning the rooms, general maintenance and help in the garden.
We offer a private room in the hotel with a shared bathroom and a shared equipped kitchen.
Máncora is a town and beach resort in the Piura Region, in northwestern Peru. It is located in the Talara Province and is capital of the Máncora District. The town has 8,852 inhabitants (1999).
The Pan-American Highway serves as Máncora's main street. The area is known for its turquoise beaches and good waves, making it a surfing destination. This beach location is favored by two ocean currents year round: the cold Humboldt Current 14 to 19 C° and the warm Niño Current 21 to 27 C°, giving it a tropical-dry climate with ocean waters averaging around 24 C°.
Summers last from December to April and are very hot. Rain is usual during the night and the temperature can reach over 38 °C. The rest of the year is dry, breezy, and sunny. The temperature during winter and spring never falls below 25 C° during daytime and is usually around the high 20's. Night temperatures drop to around 17 C°.
The beach town has over 30 different beach resorts that receive tourists from all over South America. It has a large proportion of restaurants and nightclubs for such a small town of 10,000. Resorts rim the nearby kilometers of beaches connected by a road. Most people arrive by bus, private car, or plane from the Talara Airport or Tumbes Airport. Currently, tourism is booming as a large influx of tourists take to the beaches all year round. In 2005, 340,000 tourists visited Mancora.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Maximum 5 hours a day, 5 days a week