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RE: Rio Nexpa« Reply #1 on: August 27 2011 22:08:00 »
Also is it safe there from any drug cartel issues?
RE: Rio Nexpa« Reply #2 on: November 03 2011 20:11:00 »
Once you get there you can ask around about lodging, you shouldn't have to pay more than 100 pesos/ night, depending on the season. If you're going I'd suggest taking a copy of the Local Knowledge Surf Guide to Mainland Mexico. It has really solid info on all the Michoacan breaks, and all the breaks in Mexico for that matter. I found it on Amazon here- http://www.amazon.com/Knowledge-Guides-Presents-Mainland-Mexico/dp/0983978808/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1320377413&sr=8-5
Have a rad trip and score some waves!
RE: Rio Nexpa« Reply #3 on: April 27 2012 21:04:00 »
Car would be great but the roads can be challenging.Alot of people just use the buses but it takes alot longer. Great breaks all along the coast. Go to Chichos in Nexpa .Good guy , cheap and very basic accomadation. If you come thru Zihuatenajo go to Silver surf shop , Carlos will help you there with gear and advice. Hostel in Zihuatenajo go to Adrianitas .Clean affordable and friendly. Adios and be nice to the Mexicans they are super friendly.If you are respectfull to all you should have no issues.