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  1. #1
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    Costa Rica?

    Anyone be in Costa June/July???

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    heyy

    i might be heading there in late june

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    costa

    i've been in july about two years ago. hot, dry, and fun. i'm going next year during the rainy season i hear it's worth it.

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    Costa Rica

    What is the best area in costa rica to visit durring the summer? Are there any good hotels with a quality break near by? I've heard of Pavonnes but its pretty remote.

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    Pura Vida

    Hey What S Up! I I Will Say That You Can Try Down South To The Pacific.
    I Use To Do Surfing Trips In Costa Rica For 8 Years So You Cantry Dominical On The Morning ,pavones.and Even Cross The Border To Panama Is Very Close And Try Santa Catalina.if You Got Any ? Let Me Knowi Got A Lot Of Contacts.

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    Thumbs up Surfing Trips

    I Mostly Do Surfing Trips With Some Spearfishing From Jun To Jan Even Panama Bocas Del Toro Please Feel Free To Contact Me

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    Surfin & Spearfishing

    What S Up Guys

    I Mostly Take People From Jun To Feb To Costa Rica And Panama I Do Groups Of 5 We Alwasys Score Wave I Been 8 Years Doing It I Got Contacts In All Surfing Spots So I Call Firts Before Driving All This Remote Areas So If You Are Interested Contact Me And I Will Give You Some More Info.
    Thanks Guys Pura Vida

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    ur best bet would probably be during the end of rainy season.......i hav tons of fun

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    hey

    well i just got back form there over spring break waves were great and july is the getting close to the rainy season so waves ought to get good but i would say guiones was the best place i went to great waves sand break but its like 600 yard paddle so

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    Pavonnes is a must. Just ask around for a place to stay. I stayed in someone's guest house for cheap. Also, Mal Pais is one of the most consistent places I've seen in CR. There's plenty of hostel type places to stay. Check out Zen Casa, I think that's what it was called, if it is even still there. It's not a far walk to the beach either. Or get friendly with someone that has a rental and explore some. Pura Vida!!