More Surf News
Guanacaste Surf Break Survey Part 3
South from Samara to Mal Pais
The expanse of coast that exists between these parts of Guanacaste remains mostly unchartered. So with a boat or a good 4x4 and some time there are bound to be some good uncrowded waves between these locations. The Southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula is famous for the surfing region around Mal Pais. More >
Surf Forecasts, Observations and Tide Chart
March has been a pretty low month for surf. Following the first weekend, with the arrival of an epic days surf (with no-one in the water) the rest of the month experienced average conditions. Although well into an El Nino year, these average conditions are common for this time of year. More >
Did Costa Rica and Central America experience a tsunami?
Following the devastating Chilean Earthquake at the end of February, the Pacific wide tsunami warning was issued. As many of us headed for higher ground, and the ocean emptied for surfers, did a tsunami actually arrive at the coastline here in Costa Rica? More >
Surf and Fishing Tournament Benefits Public Education in Camaronal
On Sunday, March 21st, Popo’s Surf Camp and the community groups of Camaronal and Estrada hosted the 6th Annual Classic Surf and Fishing Tournament on the legendary beach breaks of Guanacaste’s Camaronal Wildlife Refuge to generate funds for Camaronal’s small public school.
The once ramshackle structure of Camaronal’s Public School was originally constructed with a lone corrugated tin roof without walls or doors. Today the same building is a source of public pride as it symbolizes communal cooperation and provides a modern educational center. More >