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Topic: Mexico: La Saladita or Sayulita?
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Topic: Mexico: La Saladita or Sayulita?
Views: 21922 Replies: 15

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chris

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RE: Mexico: La Saladita or Sayulita?

I see you have been to punta mita a few times.Can you tell me a bit about the weather and waves in late april early may.I have surfed a few times in california, I am hoping for some easy waves and nice water this time of year.Please give some info if possable for this time of year.

By:

ashley

RE: Mexico: La Saladita or Sayulita?

try the wave pool in Arizona.

By:

Jason C

RE: Mexico: La Saladita or Sayulita?

Chris....weather down there at that time is really nice. Water is alil chilly in the morning with the offshore winds. Watch out for when west swells hit and brings upwelling. We were down in ticla that time and the water temp droped 15 degrees in about 2 days, into the mid-upper 50s! Yeah people were wearing wetsuits, pretty crazy for mex. Anyways La Saladita is your best bet for good waves, Saululita is weak and small and very croweded with beginners. If you want juice (which is why you go to mex) go farther south.

By:

valerie

RE: Mexico: La Saladita or Sayulita?

i have been in punta mita in april. we took lessons with black bear, (osso). he is an extraordinay coach and very very goog surfer.
have a nice trip,



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Rusty

RE: Mexico: La Saladita or Sayulita?

Check out rustys surf villa http://rustyssurfvilla.com brand new beach house with full beach access and awesome views of punta la saladita




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