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RE: surf spots for beginner« on: June 19 2007 17:06:00 »
YOU MAY SEE T-SHIRTS AND SHIT HERE SAVE THE OCEAN COSTA RICA .IF YOU WHER SOMETHING LIKE THIS YOU NEED A SURF SCHOOL AND A KICK IN THE ASS CAUSE 3% OF THE COUNTRIES WASTTE WATER IS TREATED THE REST DOWN THE RIVER INTO THE BIG WATER!! RAIN FOREST,EARTH FRIENDLY ? MORE LIKE SE VENDE...JACO DOES HAVE BIG WAVESIF YOU BEEN HERE AWHILE YOU'D SEE THAT...
RE: surf spots for beginner« Reply #1 on: June 21 2007 22:06:00 »
Hi there , im also thinking bout trip to CR from novemeb to dec im total beginer surfer and want to ask you where it will be the best to start and learn.
Frend told me that CR is good for the start, what do you think about that ? thanx
RE: surf spots for beginner« Reply #3 on: June 23 2007 20:06:00 »
I was in Jaco for 2 week last september. Man, there were 8ft (face) drops and it was a very powerfl, fat wave. I'm intermediate and suspect it's not good for beginners unless you're happy to ride foamies? One other thing, getting through the break was so tricky. My boardshorts were constantly being pulled off by the waves (!) and I was tired for paddling so much. Try somewhere else smaller and not so strong?
RE: surf spots for beginner« Reply #4 on: June 24 2007 08:06:00 »
i'm planning a solo trip down to Costa Rica in july. wondering places that were good for beginners and whether or not it would be best to book a deal with a "surf school" or just go to any surfers camp and get lessons from the people who offer there.
RE: surf spots for beginner« Reply #6 on: December 04 2015 06:12:00 »
Thinking about going and surfing in Nosara is this a good surf spot for beginners?
RE: surf spots for beginner« Reply #7 on: January 05 2016 08:01:00 »
Don't go to Jaco or Tamarindo this is to turistic and not nice !
The best place in Costa Rica is Playa Hermosa between Santa Teresa and Manzanillo on the peninsula of Nicoya. Amazing beach, waves for beginners and intermediaries: check out the perfect sunset school, a very nice place to stay ! www.perfectsunsetschool.com that is where i have been
RE: surf spots for beginner« Reply #9 on: March 09 2017 02:03:00 »
Skip Tamarindo all together, tourist trap, filthy, crowded and did I mention crocodiles in the surf , ( seriously Google it)