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Mexico December 2009 - April 2010« on: December 15 2009 13:12:00 »
I'm flying to Mexico City tomorrow (16th Dec 2009). I will be in Mexico until April 2010. Does anyone know what is the nearest, safe beach with consistent waves? Or ANY info about surfing Mexico? For example, safety, costs, transportation etc. Coming to Mexico was a split second decision so I haven't had a chance to do my research. Any advise would be greatly appreciated. Also, if anyone wants to surf together and share a few waves that would be even better.
Thanks in advance
RE: Mexico December 2009 - April 2010« Reply #1 on: January 01 2010 13:01:00 »
Salulita, north of Puerto Vallarta will pick up a NW swell, though the break is a beginner spot. The point west of there has a couple of beter breaks, check out the google maps for a look. Further south, Nexpa, La Saladita, Playa Linda & the Ranch are left points, but need a south swell. Lots of places to stay at Troncones at all price ranges, & cars are cheap to rent, insurance is not. Good luck, & Happy New Year.
RE: Mexico December 2009 - April 2010« Reply #2 on: January 12 2010 14:01:00 »
Checkout www.coastroadproject.com for tons of info and photos from surf trips to Mexico and around the world.
RE: Mexico December 2009 - April 2010« Reply #3 on: January 13 2010 21:01:00 »
Thanks for the info. Much appreciated. So many waves. Stoked!
RE: Mexico December 2009 - April 2010« Reply #4 on: March 11 2010 22:03:317 »
Hope you've been scorin brah. NPAC was active this season up here in Cali!
Hope you hit up La Ticla. It has a 180 degree window and picks up northern swells very well and produces a SICK, although kind of slow and fat right point, but hella good. And then there's ********** not to far south of Ticla that is one of the most amazing barrels in all of mexico on a north swell. Hopefully you scored it. I have, several times :-) Not BSing either.
RE: Mexico December 2009 - April 2010« Reply #5 on: March 13 2010 19:03:357 »
I landed in mex city in jan, not managed to get to the beach yet but been doing some online research and came across your post. Did you find any decent spots? i've not been on a board for a couple of years and may need some refresher lessons, any hints?
Whereabouts in the city are you? always good to meet a fellow traveller if you're still here?