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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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star - April should be a very decent month pretty much anywhere down there.
I prefer the N. Pacific spots for a couple of reasons, I like it drier than wetter. The S. Pacific has Pavones which can be epic but getting around down there is a task on to itself.
East coast gets great waves but it is a liitle sketchy over there for my tastes but nothing to worry about, just not for my tastes.
I like mellow.
Best season for surfing at Costa Rica - I am planning a surf trip to Costa Rica on next april but I am not sure if this is the best time in the year an which is the best spot for staying (north, south pacific or caribbean)?
bodyboarding in cr - hello could you please tell me where is the best spots for bobyboarding on december and febuary?thanks
INFOS - hello, i m looking for an accomodation near surf spot anywhere on a costa rican surf spot.thank you for your informations.mica
Playa Grande Surf Camp rules - Just stayed at Playa Grande Surf Camp in Palm Beach, Playa Grande next door to Tamarindo(but away from all the filth). Place hasgood prices, great rental boards and the dude who owns the pace is cool. Whatever we needed he took care including airport transportation and rental car. There is a market in the neighborhood and the beach is empty ALL the time. At the main break it gets busy but the beach near the camp is perfect for learning.
Response for message belos - During this time of year the swells dont hit as hard in Costa Rica. It is always consistent and very surfable but not very big. You can surf anywhere but i do recommend to get some classes maybe in Playa Hermosa with Andrea or Nino Medrano. You can go to Jaco and ask for them. It is not as expensive but they are the best.
wanna learn to surf! - i'm travelling to costa rica beginning of november for six weeks. i'm a relative beginner (spent two weeks on surf tours in australia a couple of years ago, can paddle out, catch a wave & was at the stage of starting to turn) but really want to improve my surfing. what are the best and most consistent beaches for beginners? initially, i wanted to join a surf school for a week but they all seem fairly pricey?? any tips? anyone else out at this time?i'm a girl travelling alone and would love as much advice as possible.
Completely Secure - Costa Rica is a completely secure place. I have lived here all my life and i've never been jacked when i go camping.
Camping is no problem! - I was in CR for 3 weeks in January and we camped out on the beach all the time. We only needed a hotel once, and that because our flight arrived in the middle of the night. Be careful with your stuff, try to watch it all the time. Then you definitely will have a low-budget fun trip!!!
By Make sure its a hungry Pit Bull!
Bring your guard dog - With all the bandits and drug-crazed recreants about, I wouldn't camp in CR these days if my life depended upon it... CoZ U WiLL GeT JaCkEd!!!
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