Surfing in Tamarindo
There are many surf schools where beginners can take surf lessons. For those who do not wish to bring a surfboard with them, surfboard rentals are available. Tamarindo’s most popular surf spots are Pico Pequeno, Pico Grande and the river-mouth. Surf breaks are also found at Playa Grande and Playa Langosta.
A Surfer’s Guide
by Surf Trip List
Tamarindo is a small, but vibrant beach town with over 10 amazing surf spots for all experience levels. That means most hotels, surf camps and hostels are within a short walk to the perfect wave for you, your friends and your family.
Tamarindo’s weather is warm, tropical and sunny almost every day throughout the year. The surf is best between May and October, which is also the wet season. But don’t let that deter you as the warm breeze and pitter patter of the rain drops sooth the soul.
Getting to Tamarindo is easy. You will fly to Liberia airport (LIR). Once there’s you’ll jump in a short hour-long shuttle ride (often coordinated by your stay) to Tamarindo.
With numerous surf shops around town, you can easily schedule a surf lesson or rent a high-quality surfboard.
Make sure to take time away from the beach to enjoy some of Tamarindo’s amazing excursions and tours. You can zipline through the canopy of the rainforest, hike a volcano, river raft through some rapids and soak up the sunset on a catamaran cruise all short distances from town.
Looking for some more details on a Tamarindo vacation?
Great. Check out this infographic. It’s a simple overview of everything a surfer would want to know before traveling to Tamarindo.
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