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Topic: Weather and Surf in September
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Topic: Weather and Surf in September
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Joe

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Nicaragua Nicaragua

 

 

Weather and Surf in September

Does anyone know how the weather and surf are in early September?  Will the winds be offshore? Will it be rainy?  Any information is much appreciated!  Thanks!



By:

Bradford White

RE: Weather and Surf in September

do some basic searches.

offshore winds 330 days of the year

more rainy that month, but consistent swell

By:

dane

RE: Weather and Surf in September

Biggest weather concern is rain that month, mostly for driving around.  make sure you have a 4x4 if you are looking to travel around a bunch.  buses will access most spots but can be locally canceled if the rains tear up the roads too bad.  i am a surf guide and would be happy to show you around if interested.  let me know if you have any other basic concerns/questions.  dane@chasingequilibrium.com.  cheers,

dane



By:

Matthew gadsby

RE: Weather and Surf in September

Me and a friend are coming to nicaragua for the month of september through october lookn to surf and camp and travel wondering if anybody gonna be around in the north area first week of september looking to go to as many spots as possible and would be stoked to meet up with friends and surf any suggestions?

By:

Liz

RE: Weather and Surf in September

Check out this web page for weather information
http://www.san-juan-del-sur-info.com/weather.html

Looking for surf spots in Nicaragua ?

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