Cabo has been a popular surfing destination since the 1950’s, but with the growth and the daily flights in from California, it has become a surfers paradise.
Main Surf Spots:
Monumento (Monuments) – Cabo San Lucas. Km. 6.5 Tourist Corridor, Misiones del Cabo. Tricky, breaks to the left. Advanced/Experts
Costa Azul – KM 28.5 San Jose
Zippers – San Jose del Cabo, Costa Azul. Breaks powerful to the right. Experts
Acapulquito – San Jose del Cabo, Costa Azul, Breaks to the right. Beginners to Advanced
La Roca – San Jose del Cabo, Costa Azul, Breaks to the right. Advanced to Experts
El Tule – In the middle of the Tourist Corridor, next to Chileno bay, Powerful, fast, breaks both ways, Advanced to Experts
Cerritos (Santa Lucia de los Cerritos) – Close to Todos Santos, Km. 65 Transpeninsular highway, beach break, fast, breaks both ways, beginners to Experts.
La Bocana at the Estuary – San Jose main beach, near Presidente Hotel, right and left break, all levels.
Shipwrecks – East Cape, about 25 km from San Jose, breaks right, advanced
Nine Palms – East Cape about 30 km from San Jose, long rights, all levels
JUNE – NOVEMBER: the summer months are known to be the nest as the Southern Hemisphere’s swells send great waves to the Pacific, San San Lucas, San Jose, and the East Cape.
DECEMBER – FEBRUARY: East Cape and Costa Azul are on the flatter side. The Pacidic can be good this time of year due to the exposure to the west swell.
MARCH – MAY: This is the windy season. Swells are more consistent and expect less crowds.
Baja Waterman 624-172-6110
Cabo Surf Shop & Mike Doyle Surf School 624-172-6188
Cost Azul Surf Shop 624-142-2771
SUP Mexico 624-172-6046
Zipper’s Surf Shop & Rentals 624-172-6162
Cabo SUP 624-191-3467
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Kristen Johnson, Realtor
435.659.8041 US & Canada cell 624 122 05 04 Mexico Cell