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RE: Tulum surf« Reply #1 on: November 13 2006 18:11:00 »
i don't think so. the long reef prevents waves from getting large enough to surf. i've been from cancun down to punta allen and have never seen a large wave although my trips have been in Feb. try cozumel, the island east of playa del carmen, 45 min north of tullum. it is very popular with windsufers and i hear they get winter waves. ask on a windsurf forum.
RE: Tulum surf« Reply #3 on: March 12 2007 13:03:00 »
Hi Mike, have you been there ?, I just need little Information about Surf in the area of Cancun, come from Germany and want to go in April. Thanks
RE: Tulum surf« Reply #4 on: April 30 2007 02:04:00 »
war da, ab und zu haste an der riviera maya ganz passable wellen, aber es ist jetzt nicht in dem sinne ein richtig geiler spot....wieviel zeit haste denn?
wenn du paar wochen in mexico bist, dann nimm dir die zeit nen trip über palenque nach puerto escondido zu fahren!
Einer der besten beachbreaks der Welt!
aber manchmal mit bis zu 15ft bisschen heftig..
RE: Tulum surf« Reply #5 on: May 01 2007 16:05:00 »
Hey seabastian could you be so kind as to translate that it English? Thanks
RE: Tulum surf« Reply #6 on: May 02 2007 04:05:00 »
He said, drive to Puerto Escondido if you have the time.
RE: Tulum surf« Reply #7 on: November 09 2007 11:11:00 »
I was in Tullum in February and there were was 1-2 foot waist high surf, it was big enough to body surf
RE: Tulum surf« Reply #8 on: February 03 2008 12:02:00 »
I was in Tulum a few weeks ago and will be back next week. There is surf potential, though poor quality given the short-period nature of the surf that hits that coast.
Surely the barrier reef, a 20-min paddle from shore, must have some decent waves wherever there are passes or irregularities.
Also, I did see a small right peeling along the Tulum beach strip, at a spot where there's a break in the reef and swell gets through.
If I see anything on this next trip I'll post.
RE: Tulum surf« Reply #9 on: February 08 2008 12:02:00 »
Theres is a snokeling place called Xel-Ha on the Yucatan Peninsula. a fresh water lake flows into the ocean like a rivermouth. waves there were about 4 ft when i was there a couple years ago, if you don't mind barracudas and jagged rocks this might be for you.