- Budget Backpacker
- Costa Rica
- Extreme Sports
- Guanacaste Beaches
- Nicoya Beaches
- Pacific Beaches
- Rental Car included
|DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION||San Jose, Costa Rica|
|DURATION OF TRIP||17 Nights|
|ADVISED MONTHS OF TRAVEL||November – April (for all year round we’ll design your Ultimate Surf Trip)|
|WHAT TO BRING||Surfboards, swim wear, sun block and your smile 😉|
|Customize Your Trip||Change Destinations, Add Destinations, Add Tours, Modify Lodging, Upgrade Rental Car|
Day 1: Arrival
Day 2: Tamarindo
Day 3: Isla Pequeno & Pico Capitan
Day 4: Another Day in Tamarindo
Day 5: Samara Breaks
Day 6: Samara Beach
Day 7: Montezuma Surfers Paradise
Day 8: Santa Teresa, Malpais & Playa Grande
Day 9: Jaco Playa Hermosa
Day 10: High Tide
Day 11: Another Surfing Day
Day 12: Domincal
Day 13: Domincalito & around
Day 14: Playa Pavones
Day 15: Surf, Surf, Surf
Day 16: Surf, Surf, Surf
Day 17: San Jose
Day 18: Back home
Dreaming of the Ultimate Surf Vacation? Wait no longer!
Costa Rica makes the perfect destination for those that are tired to surf with a wetsuit, since the water is warm all year round. We designed a package that hits all the surf hot spots in Costa Rica; Empty peaks, waves that are consistently in the waist to head high and that all right next to the gorgeous beaches and jungle.
For your accommodations we selected small boutique hotels as close to the breaks as possible. Do you feel like getting to know more people during your trip? No worries! We can change the hotels as you wish to hostels and drop the price for you as well! And to make it easy to get from surf spot to surf spot, we arrange a 4×4 vehicle for your entire trip.
The trip starts off in Tamarindo Guanacaste; here you will find an endless stretch of peaky beach breaks in front of your hotel.
From here you will head to the Samara, one of our favorite little towns located in Nicoya. Samara offers a great beach break, but there is also a great night life with little terraces and life music.
It is just a short drive to Montezuma, your next destination. This little gem is tucked away deep in the jungle, with lots of wildlife and waterfalls!
On to the next surf spot; Jaco, you will drive to the ferry which will take you to the other side of the bay. Jaco is a very popular destination for surfers all over the world. This town offers breaks for beginners till the professional surfer, as waves start rolling in all the way till Hermosa.
To get to the last destination, you will first make a stop in Dominical. This small town attracts some of the best surfers as waves can get deep! Enjoy the early morning and late afternoon glass sessions and in between just relax by the pool or, if you still have the strength, take a tour or two.
Your final stop will be at Pavones. This destination is still quite unknown by anyone that does not surf. With the few little hotels, all there is to do here is catching the longest left that Costa Rica has to offer. Some waves roll out so far that you have to walk back to get back to the spot you started! An absolute surf mecca to end your trip…