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As you get to Nexpa... break point just walk to the left and cross the river mouth...
Easy to find?Easy to find
Public access?Public access
Special accessDon't know
FrequencyVery consistent (150 day/year)
DirectionRight and left
Normal lengthShort (< 50m)
Good day lengthNormal (50 to 150m)
Good swell directionSouthWest
Good wind directionNorthEast
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
The photos are are of a not too big day.. it gets much bigger than that, but harder to get in...
During the summer, the water gets brown when it reains and full of logs...
Don´t go to that beach with an expensive car or really valuable stuff... Mexico is dangerous on the road...
Woman should go to the beach break with someone else if posible... there have been some raped on that beach... So be carefull
Normally nobody goes to surf there, because they go to the break point... so there are lots of waves for you and to any direction. Sometimes takes time to paddle in.. and the best time to go is in the mornings.. usually after noon gets windy and choppy...
Is not the best mexican spot, but is warm, not crowded, and sometimes you could get a real good day... and you are able to surf the break point too that is better, but more crowded...
By Tal , 26-11-2009
Jorges Place - Chill out guys , I have no idea what are you talking about.
I have stayed at jorges place in 2006 for 3 weeks with another friend and a traveling Canadian chicka (who today happens to be my wife). It happened to be one of the greatest places I surfed: a combination of the vibe, food, and friendly local people.
As for jorges and his wife helen they are a wonderful
couple that make your stay even more convenient with help regarding getting around , repair of your equipment and whatever else you need.
So all the bad mouthing individuals out there: respect the local and leave your attitude at home. Maybe then you will experience a better trip next time.
By Pauline , 22-11-2008
jorge - i have a good relationship to jorge.. well had never to do something with business in my case... i was in nexpa for one year, well in caleta, but my last 4 months i was almost living there and he was a really nice person... maybe it´s another thing cause i was living there, being a volunteer, i was helping in school in caleta and i worked in their restaurant. he´s always been very freindly to me!!! so depends .... and i dont think he hates gringos.. thats bullshit!!!!
i know him well!!
but nexpa.... its a piece of home for me!!!
does anyone has got the email of jorge?? or maybe gerry how is working there in the surfshop??
By Sambo , 19-04-2007
Get off your high horse and give Nexpa a break - You guys are right to say that it's not a good idead to leave your stuff lying around, but my girlfriend and I did for one week camping there, and it was good vibes all the way except for a few weird and jaded expats. Nothing serious. Those shacks in front of the break were filled with obnoxious, stressed out americans so that was a bit of a turn-off. If you actually take the time to meet the people whose homes you are invading for your vacation, and talk to them and treat them like normal people. Don't bring your neurotic dogs, your big fancy earphones and iPods, but do bring your smile and your generosity and you won't be taken for a fool. I had great food, great waves and met lots of interesting people at nexpa! Peace.
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