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RE: Morro Negrito« Reply #1 on: June 14 2008 19:06:00 »
I was there last August and caught great surf. There really is something for surfers of all levels. I have been surfing for 25 years and I loved it. Others were just beginning and were taken to some of the smaller, gentler breaks. We even had a few people just learning and they were up and riding before the week was out. I surfed the reef breaks and point breaks and got all I wanted, there were only a few people in camp, so it was real nice. I say GO FOR IT!!!
RE: Morro Negrito« Reply #2 on: January 29 2009 17:01:00 »
this place is not for expert surfers, its for kooks who havent surfed good waves before in their lives. every wave is soft and sectiony, nestles is like a 4 second long right and they will only make one boat trip per day. and they will pack 15+ people one one spot with a takeoff zone the size of housecat. Emily's and the point rarely break, and the beachbreak is a joke. if you have any ability, you will be over this place. the food might be day old goat, or overcooked fish, and in such meager proportions you will have to bring your own power/granola bars.
now lets wait for the owner to make some fake posts about how some fictional group of people had a great time
RE: Morro Negrito« Reply #3 on: December 09 2009 10:12:00 »
The place is not worth the money!
Unfriendly management and way too expensive for the quality of the accommodation