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Topic: Aussie travelling to Baja Mex and Cent America
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Topic: Aussie travelling to Baja Mex and Cent America
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Chris

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Aussie travelling to Baja Mex and Cent America

I am landing in LA around the end of May early June. I want to do the Baja and then maybe head to El Salvador. I am looking for a bit of advice on a great town with great waves and reasonably cheap accom. I would like to just chill and surf for about 3 weeks on the Baja then head to Salv for about 2 weeks. Heading to SA after that. I am a experianced 37 yr old surfer. Any help will be greatly appreciated,

Thanks



By:

Matt

RE: Aussie travelling to Baja Mex and Cent America

Hey Chris.

El Slavador has great waves. I stayed in La Libertad, and it was relatively cheap and punta roca cranks. You can also go north a bit to Zunsal or El zonte and get fun waves. Nicaragua and Panama are also very cheap and have really good waves. Go for it. SA will be very cold water when you go down, also big waves, a lot bigger than CA this time of year. Good luck

By:

Francis

RE: Aussie travelling to Baja Mex and Cent America

Panama has great waves and little crowds.  

offthemapsurf.com has a tour package with a local surfer who can take you to all the best secluded spots.



By:

Knuckles

RE: Aussie travelling to Baja Mex and Cent America

Why Baja? I would skip it and get yourself to Pacific Coastal Mexico.
Sayulita, Pasquales, Rio Nexpa, Troncones, Puerto Escondido and others have more to offer and much cheaper than Baja imo.
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