Surfing Pavones Costa Rica The Longest Left In The World. The Basics - Surfing Pavones Costa Rica. How's the wave in Costa Rica? Where will you stay? What's the latest Surfline forecast? What are the things to do in Pavones Costa Rica? Do you need a map? Check this ultimate guide.
Surfing Puerto Viejo Costa Rica AKA Salsa Brava. Did you read In Search of Captain Zero? If you did then you know all about this place. If you plan on visiting this side of Costa Rica you are going to be stoked. What are the things to do in Puerto Viejo Costa Rica? Where to stay? You can also check the maps here.
There’s a lot to be said about Jacó, some of it is rad, but some of it is quite grungy, even for a surf bum. For years, this beach town has been getting mixed reviews from all sorts of surfers, travelers, and vacationers, so we’re here to set the record straight.
Playa Grande has a ton to offer any type of surfer and there’s a ton of wildlife surrounding the entire town. After reading this guide, you should be comfortable enough with the town of Grande that you can find a place to stay, eat, and surf without having to deal with Gringo prices.
Tamarindo will be perfect for beginners, intermediates, and advanced surfers because the wave really is whatever you make it. There will be some days that the swell will reach overhead, and only the badass local Ticos will hit the water, but most days, it's going to stick between 3-5 feet.
Nosara combines top of the line style accommodations and eateries with the remoteness of a Tico beach town. You won’t be charged an arm and a leg for a meal, but don’t expect the prices of southeast Asia street cuisine—how I miss me some Gado Gado from the stalls of Bali.
I’ve had some of the craziest nights of my life in Samara and hope to continue to surf this town until the day I die. The entire town is full of beach bums, surf nuts, and party animals, which makes it one of the best destinations for surfers, backpackers, and anyone who wants to weave in a little rowdiness to their surf trip.
Located only a short 2 hour drive from San Jose, Quepos serves as an ideal place to start your surf journey (especially considering Dominical, Uvita, and Pavones are all just due south). Similar to every tourist heavy town in Costa Rica, you won’t find the 50 cent tacos and 1$ beers here, but you can definitely scrape by if you have a few hundred dollars in the bank account.
Located just 2 kilometers from nearby and tourist trap Tamarindo, Playa Avellanas boasts some of the most consistent waves in the entire country. This beach is gnarly for so many different reasons, the power, the height, the speed, it’s exactly what you’re looking for in a wave.