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Topic: Sayulita suggestions?????
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Topic: Sayulita suggestions?????
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Miles

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Sayulita suggestions?????

Hi there, I will be in Sayulita in August and looking for some recommendations.

I am an experienced/traveller surfer from Australia so would like some feedback from the community about the following;

1. Are the waves actually surf-able in Sayulita if its under 3 ft? or just super weak longboard waves?
2. Where would you recommend exploring up or down the coast for some good waves?
3. Would you recommend hiring a car, is it safe as I am traveling with my wife, or perhaps a guide?
4. What else would you recommend doing around this areas (fishing trips? trail walks? etc).

Thanks for your help peeps, also if you are there from the week of the 12th Aug and looking to meet up to explore waves let me know.

Miles



By:

Jim

RE: Sayulita suggestions?????

Expect some small waves in Sayulita itself, if a solid south swell hits ( needs to be a big one) go to the Punta de Mita area.
Hiring and driving a car is safe, so thats a good option, stop by Coral real surf shop in Bucerias for guides or tips.
Excellent fishing can be done.

By:

malaguacrew

RE: Sayulita suggestions?????

Check out San Pancho fun left beach break just down the rode 15 min bus ride, you can catch it from the end of town walk down to the beach. Check out the town to way mellow come see us at Malagua surf shop if you have any questions.
https://www.facebook.com/MalaguaSurfAndSkateCo
Cheers
Diego




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