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Topic: surfin in costa rica for a year

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surfin in costa rica for a year

« on: October 09 2006 00:10:00 »

me and my friend would like to take a year off after college. we are in florida now, which is very nice also. what we have in mind is for one year to live on the beach  (preferably not a tourist town) in a small hut. we will surf every day and all day. so just a surfing spot, with a little hut, and are just steps from the beach. we want to this for a year, we can just forget about all the worries in the world. do you have my idea? can you please help us out? tell us about small huts we can rent and about this idea.
thank you.



RE: surfin in costa rica for a year

« Reply #1 on: October 17 2006 11:10:00 »

I suggest

Playa Montezuma In the Peninsula de osa. its near santa teresa and mal pais great surf places.
Playa Grande in Guanacaste.

Also the caribbean coast


peacefull places, big waves surrounded
by nature and wild life



Ricar Moreno

Montezuma Pinunsula de Nicoya

« Reply #2 on: October 21 2006 17:10:00 »

Montezuma is in the peninsula de Nicoya north pacific.
A great place , Osa much intact less turistic more peacefull and wild...!
Great surfing aswell.
Check Pavones or Matapalo.
I will send the pics !



RE: surfin in costa rica for a year

« Reply #3 on: November 16 2006 08:11:00 »


I was in Costa Rica a couple years ago. I used a guidebook that I bought online from a website "" i think. It was only about 7 bucks and had heaps of information. it really made my trip a hell of a lot easier.

good luck,


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