Spot #42 – BOCA BARRANCA

42) BOCA BARRANCA: This is the third longest left in the world. It is a left with a run of approximately 950 meters with big swells from the South. Access: By land. Tide: Is better to surf with low tide. Swells: Works much better with swells from the South. It also captures from the Northwest. […]

Spot #44 PLAYA CALDERA

44) PLAYA CALDERA: This wave breaks off a river mouth. It is not very consistent. It is a left point with occasional rights. The wave is good but is a short run. Access: By land. Tide: Low. Swells: Northwest and South. Bottom: Sand. Feet: 2 to 6. Season: All year. Stars: 3.

Spot #47 – PLAYA GUACALILLO

47) PLAYA GUACALILLO: This is left points that break into a little sand bay. This is a very good left, but there is always a current. It is a little bit polluted. Access: By land. Tide: Low and up coming. Swells: Works with swells from the South and the Northwest. Bottom: Sand and rocks. Feet: […]

Spot #48 – PLAYA AGUJAS

48) PLAYA AGUJAS: This is a very fun little left. But it is very hard to see it break, is not consistent. Access: By land. Tide: Low. Swells: South and Northwest. Bottom: Rocks and Sand. Feet: 3 to 4. Season: All year. Stars: 2.   ACTIVITIES & TOURS Kayak Jaco Ph + 506-2643-1233  E-mail: kayakjaco@gmail.com  […]

Spot #53 – PLAYA ESCONDIDA

53) PLAYA ESCONDIDA: It is a well-known wave for being a completely perfect peak. It is a right and left point, tubular at the beginning and then continues with a very good run. Access: By boat. Tide: Medium and up coming. Swells: Any direction. Bottom: Rocks. Feet: 2 to10. Season: All year. Stars: 4.  

Spot #54 – HERRADURA ISLAND

54) HERRADURA ISLAND: This is a very good left point. It works better with big Northwest swells, when even 5 sections are formed. Even though it is not very consistent. Access: By land or boat. Tide: Works better in low tide. Swells: South and Northwest. Bottom: Rocks. Feet: 3 to 12. Season: All year. Stars: […]

Spot #55 – PLAYA JACO

55) PLAYA JACO: Jaco is a beach 5 kilometers long with moderately good waves. It has two important river mouths, where you find the best waves, which are relatively consistent. Jaco is a SURF TOWN. Access: By land with a lot of facilities. Tide: Works better with medium up coming. Swells: South, North and Northwest. […]

Spot #56 – ROCA LOCA

56) ROCA LOCA: This is a very good right in the Guapinol Bay, known as Roca Loca, which is a powerful wave. Its entrance is by natural rock channel. It is not very consistent. It is only recommended for experienced surfers. Access: By land. Tide: Low up coming. Swells: North / Northwest. Bottom: Rock. Feet: […]

Spot #57 – EL GATO

57) EL GATO: This was discovered by Carlos Villalobos ‘Kile’, who was one of the first most renowned surfers. This is a very good left that breaks to the South of Guapinol Bay. It is also very strong. This point is must surfed by local surfers. Not consistent. Access: By land. Tide: Low up coming. […]

Spot #60- CENTRAL ESTERILLOS BEACH

60) CENTRAL ESTERILLOS BEACH: There are really good waves here, hollow waves at medium tide and long rides at high tide. The best waves are in front of Felicidad Hotel. Access: By land. Tide: Low up coming. Swells: It attracts all waves from different directions. Bottom: Sand. Feet: 2 to 8. Season: All year. Stars: […]

Spot #62 – PLAYA BEJUCO

62) PLAYA BEJUCO: When everywhere else is flat, this place is head high, is really consistent here. Good peaks up and down the beach ones. It is recommended to be careful with the currents. Access: by land. Tide: Low up coming. Swells: North, Northwest and South. Bottom: Sand. Feet: 2 to 12. Season: All year […]

Spot #70 – MATAPALO BEACH

70) MATAPALO BEACH: This is a very large beach approximately 20 kilometers long; however, there are good right and left peaks. You will surf by your self here, because this is a very secluded area, away from facilities. Access: By land. Tide: Medium and high. Swells: South and Northwest. Bottom: Sand. Feet: 2 to10. Season: […]

Spot #75 PUNTA UVITA

75) PUNTA UVITA: Is located next to Marino Ballena National Park It is not very good, due to the fact that it is inside a small bay. Is recommended for beginners. Access: By land. Tide: Medium and up coming. Swells: South. Bottom: Sand. Feet: 0 to 3. Season: All year. Stars: 1.