Surfing was once considered to be an exotic sport that was exclusively the domain of people in Hawai’i and extreme sports lovers. Today, however, surfing is one of the fastest-growing sports in the world. Combining spending time in the great outdoors, careful hand-eye coordination, and the use of “core” abdominal muscles, surfing is fun, challenging, and a great way to unwind from the stresses and strains of modern life.
Even if you’ve never tried surfing before, it’s easy to enjoy an exciting Costa Rica surf vacation. Professional surf schools and camps like Endless Olas Surf Camp and Manuel Antonio Surf School and Camp use advanced techniques to teach beginners everything that they need to know in order to get up and ride a surfboard in just a single day. And by using video capture and a deep understanding of wave mechanics, surf coaches can help intermediate surfers take their game to the next level.
And there’s no better place to enjoy a surf vacation than in Costa Rica. Often better-known for its wild, natural beauty, exotic landscapes, and incredible bio-diversity, Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast is also blessed with unique tidal patterns than ensure a steady supply of waves that are perfect for surfing.
When you choose a Costa Rica surf camp like Endless Olas, you get a lot more than personalized surf instruction. You get to enjoy one of the world’s healthiest and most enjoyable sports in an incredibly beautiful location. And you’ll get to meet fellow surfers from around the world who form a unique, friendly community.
Costa Rica is a popular tourist destination, but there are plenty of uncrowded beaches, river mouths, islands, and fast breaks to surf. Both left and right breaks with waves ranging from small swells to giant crests mean that surfers of all ability levels can practice their sport with ease. And, thanks to the local expertise of surf coaches who have years of experience in understanding and predicting tidal patterns, every day is the perfect day to enjoy surfing in Costa Rica.
Everyone from championship surfers to first-time beginners come to Costa Rica. But it’s more than just the great beaches and surfable waves that have enchanted visitors. Friendly locals, a medley of delicious, organic fruits and vegetables, locally-sourced coffee, and delicious meals are also part of the attraction. And when you’re done surfing, there are lots of other choices to enjoy, including whitewater rafting, horseback riding, stand-up paddling, and hiking through national parks.