sorry for not updating you all sooner on this current surf tour. I know I promised pics, here are a few from the first couple of days. We have a TON of photos and video that are still on memory cards, but since we’re in Pavones with hardly any internet and on our way to a remote Panamanian island that has no electricity whatsoever, all of our surf clips will be posted some time next week.
The trip is going INSANELY great. I’m cruising with Rafa and two guests, Jenn and Keith Capurro, they are very cool and great to travel with.
Checking out a remote surf break south of Dominical
Onshore and a little stormy in Esterillos, but still some fun waves for doing floaters and snaps on the 5’9 Hynson BK Quad
The Rio Claro a.k.a. Pavones, the longest left in Central America as far as I know
Me cruising the new Stewart 9’0 Colin McPhillips comp model (get them at the surf shop this next season, the board is dope!)
Our next destination is a remote part of the Pacific coast of Panama, we’re leaving for the border in an hour or so after we grind some breakfast at Cafe de la Suerte. Costa Rica is such an amazing country, with so many different things to see, new places to experience. I definitely suggest checking out one of our future guided surf tours if you’re interested in getting an insider’s look to surf travel in Latin America.
Costa Rica WRSC School Bus Guided Surf Tour – for beginning-advanced surfers
Peru 7 day Guided Surf Tour
Contact the Witch’s Rock Surf Camp Reservations Office for booking information. See you all back in Tamarindo this next weekend, International Surfing Day is this coming Saturday June 20th!