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Burros is out on the point of Punta de Mita. About 40 minutes north of Puerto Vallarta. Palladium Vallarta Resort(formerly Viva Vallarta) sits right on the beach and staying there provides the best access. If not, you can hire a ponga (boat) in El Enclote or one of the other fishing villages to take you there. If you find the right road before the Palladium Vallarta entrance, you can hike about 3/4 mile in.
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Awesome, really fun right.
A really good, fun wave. I've heard it does get big, but there is a pretty good channel on either side to paddle out. Wave is primarily a right, but there is a left off of it and another left that breaks across the little channel coming towards the right. Best in the morning and evening, when the winds are light and offshore. Even when there are a few people in the water, the vibe is friendly from the locals. Usually, it’s non-locals that have attitudes. Some good local surfers. Stash your gear on the beach and it should be fine, but keep an eye towards it. If you walk in, bring water, it gets hot.
I like the spot, it gives you enough power if you're a good surfer, but is forgiving enough if your more the beginner.
By Anonymous , 27-07-2008
- Burros is actually a reef break, it breaks right in front of Palladium south of punta mita
By ~Ben , 01-09-2007
Burros - Fun wave, nice shoulder to it. Needs a little bigger swell to have some speed. Keep an eye on belongings on the beach, Feb. 06 .. got food poisoning while camping there, while I lay in the jungle puking just behind camp some one went through our stuff and walked off with 3000 dollars worth of Nikon photo gear. Not sure if it was someone from that damn resort or a local. I would hope it was a fat sunburned american though. Watch for the Chupacabra!!
By joseph , 30-09-2006
great spot - I went out in the mid of sept and had a great time Iam from New York and it was a wonderful experience locals were way cool helps if you speak spanish best to go out late in the afternoon 6pm.- 7ish it is a bit of a hike bring water nice right break forgiving on beginners just stay away from the rocks. cool place all around. Lots of other breaks around. Will love to go back
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