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    Costa Rica for the first time

    Going down to Costa Rica for the first time at the end of January. Already posted a thread about board rentals, but realized I needed to know a lot more than that. Not renting car because of DUI breathalizer, but can do ATV. Staying Otro Lado in Santa Teresa. Can walk or ATV not too far out of the way. What tides are better to surf on, and if high is better at a reef, thann what are some good beach breaks to surf low tide. Also thanks for the prior info from chicarronne.

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    yer wackum

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    surf playa negra. its sick

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    Playa Negra is on the complete other side of CR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surfer1234 View Post
    Playa Negra is on the complete other side of CR.
    Dude, Playa Negra is in the guanacaste province of costa on the pacific side, so its just north of Santa Teresa. Not the Carribean side. Thought Id let you know.

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    Did the SEARCH function quit working?

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    Youre in luck as there are no reef's in Santa Teresa. You will probably be surfing La Lara or Playa Carmen which will work on any tide. If you are riding a shortboard go at low tide rising, if Longboard go whenever. If you need to rent boards go to Jobbies.

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    no reef. just lava.
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    4 miles north of S.T.

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    this is my li'l wifey in the "tidal pool" south of playa carmen. you got to get there early, before it get occupied. there a bunch of urchins and clown fish. it's a cosmic experience. the wife can't swim, and this place has big ass waves breaking just outside the shelf.
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    That pool is the size of a swimming pool for sure! cool view around it though trees growing out of the ocean. There are some other great pools if you go around the back side of Mar Azul toward Bowling Balls. Loves The Mal Pais and love that it is still relatively uncrowded. Im sure chich agrees