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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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Surfing Costa Rica in july/august - hey im hoping to travel to costa rica at the end of july begining of august just wondering what the surfs like at this time of the year and the weather conditions.thanks(cold english surfer in need of warm water)
January surf - I'm heading down to the Nosara/Guiones area to surf mid-late january. I was wondering what the waves are usualy like at that location at that time of year. Thanks for any info.
is there any surf in tamarindo in july/august? - hola, do you know if there's any surf around july/august in the tamarindo area? i have been there twice, but not during these months.thanks for any helpful hints -pura vida, arlette
Surf Vacation - Looking for a all inclusive hotel on a beach break to surf for my young kids.Thank you for any help. Please e-mail direct.
May/June Surf? - I was wondering where the surf is best during the months of May and June? Thanks
Yes you can - Yes you can take your board anywhere ... buses ... whatever
surfboards on buses - Can anyone tell me whether you can take your surfboards on the buses or internal flights in Costa Rica? Thanks
Vida y Trabajo en Costa Rica - Escribo en castellano(que no español)porque solo quiero que me respondan gente que viva en Costa Rica.Estoy pensandome en irme a pasar un año( o quizas toda la vida)por vuestra tierra, y quisiera saber si es facil encontrar alli trabajo y alojamiento. La razon por la ke quiero ir alli es porque estoy cansado, harto del sitio y la gente donde vivo, porque me encanta la naturaleza y , por supuesto el bodyboard.Por favor ayudeme si pueden.y contsteme a mi email:email@example.com. salud y buenas olas a todos/as
Check out Nosara and Playa Guiones - Nosara is very laid back - not as 'busy' as Jaco or Tamarindo, but a beautiful beach and good surfing. If you come, please visit my surfshop for board rentals; souvenirs; and free advice! My website is http://www.nosara.com/surfshopPura vida, amigo - Coconut Harry
Begginer and Manuel Antonio - Manuel Anonio Isn't anything special for surf. But it has a beautful national park with some of the the prettiest beaches in Costa Rica. But if there is any swell when you get there when you get to the beach at Manuel Antonio, walk North about 10 minutes, you will see the waves increasing in size as you walk. It is just a beach break, usually short and kinda hollow. Enjoy the park and hope for some swell at Pavones. As for the bigginer heading down here. I'ld say for you Jaco Beach is as good as any to learn, and there are boards for sale and rent everywhere. Try to find one forsale from a traveling surfer, it will be alot cheaper. When the swell comes up head an hour north of Jaco to Boca Barranca, it is a great wave for learning, just stay on the tale end of the wave, so you don't get in the way. Costa Rica has so many beaches that are good for learning, just as long as there isn't a giant swell or something. Good Luck, and always bring a possitive attidude with you and try and spread it around. Hoefully it will catch on.
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