¿Ha perdido la contraseña? ¿Nuevo usuario? Crear una cuenta
Democratic Republic of the Congo
British Indian Ocean Territory
Northen Mariana Island
Papua New Guinea
Republic of Palau
Robinson Crusoe Islands
Wallis and Futuna
Antigua and Barbuda
British Virgin Islands
Haiti and Navassa
Saint Andrés and Providencia
Saint Kitts and Nevis Island
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Turks and Caicos
US Virgin Islands
Jordan - Aqaba
United Arabs Emirates
United States of America
South Georgia and Sandwich Islands
Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
Por favor regístrese para usar esta herramienta.¿Aún no está registrado? Regístrese primero; ¡es gratis!
once and only once - So i just returned from a 3 mo. trip in CR. Anyhow the lowdown for me- I surfed Salsa Brava (yes it can be surfed without monster tubes) probably was the best shaped wave I hit. Yes when it does tube it is a serious wave- you better have experience (more than just your avg. head high tube in Cali.). Surfed Cocles by the island- 2 mile walk down the beach from Salsa- much softer and less crowded. Surfed Heromosa- kind of mushy and fickle with the tide but it can hit good- the town (if any) blows. Santa Thersesa was probably the most consistent- better than Mal Pais, also. Dominical was great but closed out 3 out of 4 weeks there- the random good days were epic!!!! and the town is cool.If your into culture don't go to CR. It's full o' gringos- each with there whiny problems and everyone out to make a dollar. 99% of the gringo conversation is about what business to start or what property to buy. Might as well talk to Bush about taking over the country- it's that bad. This attitude also adds to the ticos looking at us and seeing nothing but dollar signs- personally i like to travel and find locals interested in Americans but you won't find that here- maybe 20 yrs. ago.Oh well- all in all it was good but i'll never go back- i prefer to travel to countries where the towns are run by locals and not foreigners. Other countries in CenAmer have surf and could use the tourist $ more than CR. God bless the cocaine- it keeps the line-up empty in the mornings no matter how good the surf!!!!!
Surfer Girl in paradise - Hi im lookon to hook up with some cool surfers ill be in costa january,and would like to share rental car cost,and experiences Im 23,red head surf pretty good,kinda sexy small top and big round bottom, i look really good in a bikini too ive been told..
Playa Grande! Anyone? - any surfers live in playa grande or the area close by in November 2005? looking for crash course in surfing...and rental boards.....would appriciate ur help or suggestions...i really want to surf. email to: email@example.com or post it here. thanks.
seasons - I'm going to costa rica for a surf trip over thanksgiving. does anyone know how the surf is over the period usually? and maybe where it breaks best during this time? thanks
Buying vs. Bringing a Surfboard - Hi. My name is Kate and I'm planning a big trip down to central america this winter/spring. i'm doing a combination of volunteering and surfing. i'm wondering the pros of buying a board down there so i don't have to worry about it in the plane (especially during my not so long connection in miami on the way back). also, i figure i'm going to spend a few hundred paying the oversize baggage costs anyways. am i better off using that few hundred to buy a board i don't care about as much, should it get dinged? plus i can sell it back at the end and try to make some money back? - thanks, kate
Por james Hall
Playa Jaco - Playa Jaco is a fun place to surf.November is part of the rainy season .The surf is fickle but if you catvh it at the right time(around high tide) you can ride some outstanding overhead surf.If the surf is not to your liking there Playa Hermosa is right next door.The weekend nightlife is packed with hotties from inland.For surf repairs find my good bro KIMO,some repair shops send your boards to him anyway so skip the middleman.He did not ask nor does he even know I wrote this.Tell him LIAM says PURA VIDA
Por Brett Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org
surfing in CR in March? - I am going surfing in Costa Rica in March, bought our tickets and are looking for a place. There are two of us, both average longboarders, and we are travelling "avec la famille".... a total of 3 kids under 12, and two wives who like the beach and the waves but don't surf.Never been to CR....we want, of course, to surf our brains out, but we need access to a beach that won't drown our kids. Need help guys! Which breaks would you take your just-starting-to-surf 12 year olds yet still get loads of good rides yourselves? And any thoughts on accomodation?Thanks for any email@example.com
surf and weather in july - john,i went to jaco beach and playa hermosa july 2004. the waves were pretty big head high almost closing out beach break style. The waves stayed pretty consistent the week i was there. I went down to manuel antonio and got some smaller waits to shoulder high waves that were alot more mellow and fun. I went this year in early july to playa langosta, a swell was building towards the end of my trip. playa langosta and tamarindo were pretty tame, waist to chest and fun. I went one day to witches rock and scored some really good waves, head high with some bigger sets. It was really good. the weather is usually sunny, hot, and humid in the day with possible late afternoon evening thunder storms. There were alot more evening showers when i went two years, ago not sure if that was due to location or different conditions. I would recomend playa longosta/tamarindo and going on a boat trip to withes rock if it looks like the swell is going to be over 4-6 feet.
Surf and weather in july... - im just wondering if someone could tell me and give me some infos about costa rica during july, august. do u get a reasonable surf. whats the weather like and where to go?ive never been to central america, therefore i dont really have an idean about the circumstances over there. id be stoked if someone can help me out..thx and enjoy!!
Por Mark Gransbury
Anyone looking for a surf buddy? - Hi, i'm flying into San Jose around about the 30th September to begin a world wide surf trip and was wondering if there is anyone out there who would be keen to hook up with me to share the costs of hiring a vehicle etc for a month or so to check out the Costa Rican surfspots?
Wannasurf.com en su móvil
RSS Todos los flujos RSS de Wannasurf.com
Boletín Todas las noticias por correo electrónico