Located on the south end of Tamarindo, this unique wave offers wedie lefts and rights and can even be fun for advanced surfers on a big swell. With its unique orientation and protective point to the south, Capitán Suizo can be glassy while other spots are blown out
Are you a kamikaze surfer looking for adventure and raw ocean power? Isla Capitán is a deep water surf spot right offshore of Tamarindo that offers a long, pinwheeling left hander and a cyclops style right hand slab that you would hesitate to even mindsurf.
Just inside of Pico Grande is it’s little brother, Pico Pequeño. This is Tamarindo’s ultimate novelty wave. Imagine a white water roll in to fast, wedging shorebreak. The Tamarindo groms love this spot.
The rivermouth in Tamarindo can get good… VERY GOOD. When all the elements align, you will find 200 meter cylindrical right-hand barrels over a shallow sandbar breaking right in front of Witch’s Rock Surf Camp.
Famous for offshore winds, open lines, and double-up barrel sections, Playa Grande’s main peak holds it’s reputation as one of the best waves in Costa Rica. This spot can get crowded, but just be respectful, show that you rip, and you will do fine.
Located in northern Playa Grande, Las Palmeras is a beachbreak that offers fun waves for surfers of all levels. Surfers and beach goers alike enjoy this location for the shady palm trees that line the beach along with the and mellow surf crowd.