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SURFING SPOTS IN GUANACASTE - NORTH PACIFIC

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These are the most amazing surfing spots in ths area

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Guanacaste and the Nicoya Peninsula from the Surf Spot N° 1 Ollie’s Point up to N° 45) Las Pangas – Playa Montezuma: You can catch the best waves from September until March. Even though there are waves all year round these are the best months for the region since winds blow in from the east during this time of year. These winds are known as off shore winds. It’s also the best time to get access to the area since the rainy season is from the months of March through to September and most of the surf spots are only accessible with the use of a 4x4 vehicle. The Pacific North coast is blessed with off shore winds and is notorious for easily trapping Northwest swells. When these two elements come together they form a most magical coast line.

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*          There are barely even waves. When there is swell the waves are closing out.  From 0 to 3 feet. 

 

**        Short ride waves, semi-consistent. From 1 to 5 feet. 

          

***      Moderately consistent with a good ride and occasional tubes.  From 2 to  8 feet. 

 

****    Very consistent, with good rights and lefts. Tubular waves during low tide and very good runs in high tide. From 2 to 12 feet.

    

*****  There are always perfect waves with long and excellent rides.  Tubular waves during the high and low tides. From 3 to 15 feet.

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If you really are interested in surfing, don´t miss the oportunity to know the history and the legends behind it, in more than 50 years.

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History & Legends of Costa Rica's surfing. 

The history of Surfing in Costa Rica, is a historical guideline, about the evolution of Surfing from 1967 to present time.

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