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RE: Ayampe, Ecuador surf« Reply #1 on: April 01 2010 14:04:997 »
Ayampe is seem to be a quiet place (not turistic and no crowd in line-up), but i don t know much, ve been there just 2 times. i just know it gets bigger and little more powerful then Montanita, good thing is there are more spots nearby. good luck
RE: Ayampe, Ecuador surf« Reply #3 on: April 09 2010 05:04:270 »
We surf the Ayampe area often, this would include Las Tunas and Puerto Rico area just south of Puerto Lopez I believe. Great beach, and plenty of places to eat. Alandaluz is a great property to stay or eat near Puerto Rico. The wave is just okay, a beach break that wants to close out and works on the tide. It break outside and then reforms again before hitting the beach. It is a fairly consistent wave, but lacks good form (most of the time).
RE: Ayampe, Ecuador surf« Reply #4 on: May 05 2013 09:05:00 »
Better to surf and stay in Montanita when there is enough swell but when it is small go to Ayampe. It is usually a little bigger. Waves are fair to good at times with minimal swell size.