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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaia surfboard in Lances Left, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 Michoacan

Mexico

The climate is tropical, with high air temps in the 80s during the winter months from Nov-Apr, when it usually doesn't rain, and in the 90s during the humid rainy, summer months from May-Oct. Water temps range from 76 to 84. However, the water can get chilly, occasionally dipping down due to upwelling currents on the coldest winter days

English (Translate this text in English): The climate is tropical, with high air temps in the 80s during the winter months from Nov-Apr, when it usually doesn't rain, and in the 90s during the humid rainy, summer months from May-Oct. Water temps range from 76 to 84. However, the water can get chilly, occasionally dipping down due to upwelling currents on the coldest winter days<br />

English (Translate this text in English): The climate is tropical, with high air temps in the 80s during the winter months from Nov-Apr, when it usually doesn't rain, and in the 90s during the humid rainy, summer months from May-Oct. Water temps range from 76 to 84. However, the water can get chilly, occasionally dipping down due to upwelling currents on the coldest winter days&lt;br &#47;&gt;

English (Translate this text in English): The climate is tropical, with high air temps in the 80s during the winter months from Nov-Apr, when it usually doesn't rain, and in the 90s during the humid rainy, summer months from May-Oct. Water temps range from 76 to 84. However, the water can get chilly, occasionally dipping down due to upwelling currents on the coldest winter days&amp;lt;br &amp;#47;&amp;gt;

Seasonal swell & wind variations:

This area has over a 180 degree swell window and picks up all South and NW Pacific ground swells as well as tropical swells (Jul-Oct). There are two surfing seasons; summer and winter, with winter being more regular but possibly smaller and summer having all-or-nothing hurricane swells

English (Translate this text in English): This area has over a 180 degree swell window and picks up all South and NW Pacific ground swells as well as tropical swells (Jul-Oct). There are two surfing seasons; summer and winter, with winter being more regular but possibly smaller and summer having all-or-nothing hurricane swells

English (Translate this text in English): This area has over a 180 degree swell window and picks up all South and NW Pacific ground swells as well as tropical swells (Jul-Oct). There are two surfing seasons; summer and winter, with winter being more regular but possibly smaller and summer having all-or-nothing hurricane swells

English (Translate this text in English): This area has over a 180 degree swell window and picks up all South and NW Pacific ground swells as well as tropical swells (Jul-Oct). There are two surfing seasons; summer and winter, with winter being more regular but possibly smaller and summer having all-or-nothing hurricane swells

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Seasons
Jan/Feb Mar/Apr May/Jun Jul/Aug Sep/Oct Nov/Dec
Best Surfing Season
Typical Swell Size
Surf Equipment Calzones de surf Calzones de surf Calzones de surf Calzones de surf Calzones de surf Calzones de surf
Water temp. 75°F
24°C
81°F
27°C
81°F
27°C
81°F
27°C
81°F
27°C
75°F
24°C
Air temp. 81°F
27°C
81°F
27°C
90°F
32°C
95°F
35°C
90°F
32°C
81°F
27°C
Climate            

Seasonal swell & wind variations

This area has over a 180 degree swell window and picks up all South and NW Pacific ground swells as well as tropical swells (Jul-Oct). There are two surfing seasons; summer and winter, with winter being more regular but possibly smaller and summer having all-or-nothing hurricane swells

English (Translate this text in English): This area has over a 180 degree swell window and picks up all South and NW Pacific ground swells as well as tropical swells (Jul-Oct). There are two surfing seasons; summer and winter, with winter being more regular but possibly smaller and summer having all-or-nothing hurricane swells

English (Translate this text in English): This area has over a 180 degree swell window and picks up all South and NW Pacific ground swells as well as tropical swells (Jul-Oct). There are two surfing seasons; summer and winter, with winter being more regular but possibly smaller and summer having all-or-nothing hurricane swells

English (Translate this text in English): This area has over a 180 degree swell window and picks up all South and NW Pacific ground swells as well as tropical swells (Jul-Oct). There are two surfing seasons; summer and winter, with winter being more regular but possibly smaller and summer having all-or-nothing hurricane swells

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Quality Direction Type Frequ Experience
Arenas Blancas - / -
Sand-bar Experienced surfers
Boca de Apisa - / -
Right and left Rivermouth Experienced surfers
Boca de Pascuales 4 / 1
Right and left Beach-break Experienced surfers
Huahua - / -
Right and left Point-break Experienced surfers
La Ticla 65 / -
Right and left Point-break Experienced surfers
Las Peñas - / -
Right and left Beach-break All surfers
Maruata 5 / -
Right Beach-break Beginners wave
Playa Saladita 2 / -
Left Point-break All surfers
Rio Nexpa (Nexpa River) 48 / 1
Left Rivermouth Experienced surfers
Rio Nexpa - Beach break 9 / -
Right and left Beach-break All surfers
San Juan De Alima 1 / -
Right and left Beach-break Experienced surfers
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Boca de Apisa
De dfugere
14 sept. 2008
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Playa Saladita
De dfugere
14 sept. 2008
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Maruata
De adar_assur
19 juil. 2008
session at maruata - i went to maruata this weekend, cause i was in cuyutlan and the waves were way to big for me (10-15ft), so were to ticla and other places, and a friend of mine (shaper javier from cuyutlan) told me that maruata was a fun and small wave, perfect wav
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By Anonymous , 26-09-2010

? - I see this page hasnt been used in a while. My question is basic. On a 1-10 scale, how dangerous is it to visit these spots right now? Thanks for your help.

By Anonymous , 20-07-2009

rioting, raiding, and the like - heavy fighting between indiginous villagers for land in michoacan, coastal road blocked for weeks now, tourists trapped in la ticla, surfing prohibition enforced by ploughing outboard boats, people have been lynched, now enraged drug cartels (leader arrested) are adding to the chaos and the federal government has just moved into the state with 5000 troops... better stay away for a while...

By Gavin , 04-06-2008

Summer Rain - I got some good surf here in April 07 and I'm planning on going back in August. Can anybody tell me how much it rains in the summer months. Is it like Costa, where its sunny in the morning and rains like hell all afternoon?

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