Witch’s Rock & Ollie’s Point
Boat Trips to the Santa Rosa National Park
Witch’s Rock is considered one of Costa Rica’s best surf spots. Made famous by Robert August in the movie Endless Summer II, Witch’s Rock (or Roca Bruja as the locals call it) provides world class surfing along its sand bottom beach break almost every day of the year. Ollie’s Point (called Potrero Grande in Spanish) is a right-hand point break located only a few miles north of Witch’s Rock.
Our surf shop in Tamarindo can book your ticket and get you there.
*Guided tours depart at 5:30AM from Witch’s Rock Surf Camp in Tamarindo and cost $100/person. Trips may return as late as sunset.
*Water and a snack is provided. Don’t forget to bring sun screen, surf wax, fruits, and a camera.
*These are advanced surf breaks and NOT recommended for beginner surfers.
*Witch’s Rock and Ollie’s Point are located north of the Gulf of Papagayo, inside the Santa Rosa National Park. A $15 park entrance fee is required the morning of the surf tour. This fee is NOT included in our rate.
*Even if Witch’s Rock or Ollie’s Point goes flat, the surroundings are still amazing. It is common to see whales, dolphins, turtles, and manta rays. You can always snap photos of Costa Rica’s Rincon de la Vieja Volcano, or hike along the Potrero Grande Estuary.
HOW TO BOOK A TRIP
*We take our guests to Witch’s Rock & Ollie’s Point as part of our Advanced Surf Tours.
*If you are staying in the Tamarindo area, you can join one of our boat trips by booking a spot on a scheduled boat trip. These spots can be purchased in the Witch’s Rock Surf Shop – stop in to book your trip, we’re open from 6am to 10pm, every day.
*If you’d like to arrange a private surf tour to Witch’s Rock and Ollie’s Point, call us at (506) 2653-1238 or email us at email@example.com
*If you have a larger group and would like to book an entire boat, we can arrange for boat transportation to/from: Playa Ocotal, Playa Coco, Playa Hermosa, Playa Panama, the Four Seasons Resort, the Papagayo Marina, and other locations in the Gulf of Papagayo area.