Where to Surfing in Cabuya Beach?

Where to Surfing in Cabuya Beach?

32) LAS TRANCAS– PLAYA CABUYA:

On the shore there is a right wave for beginners, it is not recommened to go closer to the river because there are very dangerous currents there. The wave that is behind this first beginner wave is called “El Bajo de La Trancas” breaking from side to side with long rights and lefts, it is better to not finish the wave completely as the strong currents can carry you to the side of the park – you must take care of the limits and not run into the left from the park. Access: by land. Tide: works in high tide. Swell: South-Southeast. Depth: Rocks. Feet: 1 to 7. Season: winter and with lunar movement, almost all year. Stars: 2

Spot #32 LAS TRANCAS– PLAYA CABUYA:

 

33- 34- 35) LA ISLA (3 points)– PLAYA CABUYA:
This wave is only for experts with a lot of experience, it is a right wave. Here there are 3 breaks on the point of the island. # 1 La Ola del Arbolito; from the island of the dead there is a rocky beach 500 m long, the first is a right wave, in front of a little Mariquita tree. This wave from the break is a hollow tube with a thick lip – not recommended to surf it straight but to come down it is pure adrenaline. # 2 La Punta de la Isla; This is a right wave with a peak and a little wall, not a tube. # 3 Bajo del Silencio; 150m from the point of the island there is another point called Bajo del Silencio- it is a peak with a 15m ride. There is a dangerous rip tide with strong currents. Access:only by boat, look for a fisherman or boat man with experience bringing in surfers. Tide: works in low tide and you need to walk 150 m. Swell: South- Southeast Depth: Rocks. Feet: 6 to 10. Season: winter and with lunar movement, almost all year. Stars: 5

Spots # 33- 34- 35 – LA ISLA (3 points)– PLAYA CABUYA

 

36) ANCLA DE ORO – PLAYA CABUYA:

This is both a right and left wave, you come in from Casitas Rosaura with peaks in low tide and a nice low wall. Its best to surf early in the morning and in the late afternoon. Access: by land. Tide: works in dry tide and coming in. Swell: South-Southeast. Depth: Rocks. Feet:3 to 7. Season: winter and with lunar movement, almost all year. Stars: 3

Spot #36 – ANCLA DE ORO – PLAYA CABUYA

 

37) PESCADERIA VIN – PLAYA CABUYA:

This is both a left and right wave, with rides of 50 m when the two waves meet. There can be a very strong and dangerous current between the two so go with caution. Access: There is no beach access- you walk from Playa Reyes until this point, or from Casitas Rosaura to get into the wave. Tide: works in high tide. Swell: South-Southeast. Depth: Rocks. Feet: 3 to 9. Season: winter and with lunar movement, almost all year. Stars: 3

Spot #37 – PESCADERIA VIN – PLAYA CABUYA

 

38) REYES – PLAYA CABUYA:

This is a right wave, close to the Lajas River,  from 150 to 250m of ride if you manage to hit it. The entrance is rocky from 1 to 3 feet. This is a perfect location for people who want to learn to surf calm and relaxed. Access: by land or in vehicle, 20 m from the main road. Tide:works best in low tide, you need to walk in 150 m Swell: South- Southeast. Depth: Rocks. Feet: 3 to 9. Season: winter and with lunar movement, almost all year. Stars: 5

Spot #38 – REYES – PLAYA CABUYA

 

39)  CEDROS – PLAYA CABUYA:

This is a very popular point for the locals, respect their space and priority. This is a wave only for Surfers with a lot of experience – its a left wave and varies its size depending on the current. The wave breaks from Reyes until Playa Cedros. It is not advisable to take the right waves as they are dangerous – you surf starting behind the rock with about 100 m of wall travel. Access: by land or vehicle, from the main road. Tide: works with a medium to high tide and with medium coming down – if the tide is low go very carefully as it is extremely rocky. Swell: South- Southeast. Depth: Rock and Reef. Feet: 3 to 9. Season: Winter and with lunar movement, almost all year.  Stars: 5

Spot #39 – CEDROS – PLAYA CABUYA