It’s always summer in Costa Rica

Posted on Nov 7, 2014 in Costa Rica Surf Trips, surf

Summer season

Depending on where you are in the upcoming months of December through May you’re most likely dreading the months that are coming. No one wants to deal with the winter winds tearing through your skin, or shoveling snow day after day. Sometimes, you need to take a break, and there is no way to better get away from the frozen planet of the north than by taking a vacation to sunny Costa Rica.

What better way to get rid of those winter blues than giving surfing a try? The winter storms that you are getting away from also give the almost 780 miles of Pacific Coast and 132 miles of the Caribbean coast a steady supply of waves. With almost 300 different beaches, it’s easy to see why Costa Rica is a destination for surfers worldwide.  And along the Nicoya Peninsula, Real Surf Trips is the expert at knowing which waves to surf, depending on the tides, wind and your level of experience in the water.  We’re happy to be your surf guides during your Costa Rica surfing adventure!

Another two types of adventure for the big blue world are scuba diving and snorkeling. There are over 35,000 types of fish swimming in the warm coastal waters of Costa Rica. If you’re interested in going snorkeling or diving while you’re here on your Costa Rica surf trip, we’ll be more than happy to arrange a day tour.

Not feeling up to getting your feet wet at all? You can try a fishing adventure. Ocean sport fishing has been around for a long time, but it’s hard to find better fishing than the waters of Costa Rica. With a guided fishing tour, you can find yourself catching the big one before you know it.

With so much to see and do, you are going to be hard pressed to find anything that comes close to a vacation in Costa Rica in fighting the winter blues.  The list of ways to get out and have some fun on the water while shaking the chill of daily life is right here, along with the time of your life!

Surf Playa Negra, Costa Rica with Real Surf Trips and see why it’s called the ‘Rich Coast’. Real Surf Trips offers first class accommodation, experienced teachers, and superior service in one of the best surfing spots in Costa Rica!

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