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Looking for good surf location in Mexico« on: February 12 2008 08:02:00 »
We are a ski & surf family from Torquay, australia now living in colorado looking for a great surf spot in Mexico for our spring break. The kids are pretty good surfers & dad is a long boarder so we are looking for a place that is sure to have good waves in April /May
RE: Looking for good surf location in Mexico« Reply #1 on: February 13 2008 14:02:00 »
Hi sounb good!
if u are plannig ur next vacacion i have advices for u!
go to Oaxaca is better than the northern Mexico. natal is prtty nice over there! im from Brasil and i was in oaxaca 4 months around puerto esconcido , huatulco amd salina cruz.
i did it with surf adveture agency! im no rich guy , but i have awesome experiences.. good luck ... muito bem, keep in touch.
RE: Looking for good surf location in Mexico« Reply #3 on: February 16 2008 22:02:00 »
the surf contact....
good luck buddy!
RE: Looking for good surf location in Mexico« Reply #4 on: February 19 2008 08:02:00 »
"HOSTEL" AND "HOSTEL 2" OR "TURISTAS"
RE: Looking for good surf location in Mexico« Reply #5 on: March 02 2008 02:03:00 »
you can go to the mexicosurfshop com website - they have coupons for killer hotel deals and a detailed map room for the whole coast of Mexico... really good for equipment emergencies too. Good Luck man.
RE: Looking for good surf location in Mexico« Reply #6 on: March 03 2008 12:03:00 »
You can find good breaks either in Nayarit or Oaxaca. Guerrero has some good options but needs big swell to pick up. I would suggest you drive down to Puerto Escondido, if it is too big for your boyz then head out to the breaks south of Huatulco (it is an hour's drive). You will need to be nice to the local crowd around Huatulco and they'll show you the breaks. When working, la Bocana and Barra de la Cruz can be epic but take your turn and let the locals catch their own. Good second hand board to locals is a lank great present, they will remember you forever.
good waves bru.