Costa Rica: Surfing at Tamarindo in Guanacaste
Costa Rica surfing at Tamarindo is some of Costa Rica’s best in the entire country. Tamarindo is in Guanacaste on the Pacific coast. Bring your own board or rent one in town. You can fly directly into the Liberia airport from many parts of the U.S.A., and often be in the water only a few hours after your plane lifts off. V
It’s a serious party town, with nonstop nightlife action in the bars and clubs. Wave action is rockin’ here, and you can take a boat to Witch’s Rock, Ollie’s Point and several top surfing spots still not well-known outside the surfers who live here. Want to lear surf while your in the city visit surf website here
Hotels and resorts are plentiful in this laid back town. Luxury villas, budget cabinas and houses are also in abundance. If you’re arriving with a party and want to stay in a house instead of a hotel, take a look at the Web site for the Surf House.
Costa Rica surfing and top surf beaches in Guanacaste
March through November is the best time for a vacation, but you can hit the waves all year long. There are lots of other things to do, from scuba diving to sportfishing to rain forest tours and bungee jumping. Santa Rosa National Park has a smokin’ volcano and geysers, the reason it is known as the local Yellowstone. Other beaches that you can surf from in Guanacaste can be found here. Jaco Beach, on the central Pacific coast, also offers great surfing.