Surfing in Costa Rica
It comes to my surprise that Costa Rica is also a surfing destination. Surfing locations in Costa Rica are mostly in the Pacific Coast area. Tamarindo Beach and some areas like in Quepos and Jacó have excellent waves to surf. But these places are often busy with beach-goers as well. Thus, the surfers have to watch their moves. We also visited the beach of Hacienda Baru in Dominical; the beach was empty with excellent waves, I am not sure why no one were on the beach. Surfing season in Costa Rica is from February to July but, in general, it is possible to surf all year round. The waves were not as high as I have seen in Bali (Indonesia), but for sure, that makes it a perfect place to learn how to surfing!
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Information for Indonesian travelers who wish to visit Costa Rica as tourists:
- Tourist visa should be obtained prior arrival. However, for Indonesian passport holders with multiple entries of a tourist visa, a visa for crew or a business visa for the U.S. or Canada are allowed to entry without visa prior arrival. Note: Such visa must be stamped in the passport and be valid for at least 1 day (The length of stay may not be greater than the validity of the visa and may not exceed 30 days).
- Do check with the Costa Rican Consulate/Embassy at your home country for the further update of the tourism and travel safety.
I prefer the beautiful sea blue color
That surfer makes it look so easy to surf lol
I don’t think I’ll be able to learn how to surf. I’m scared to be in the deep water.
Beautiful black and white images, Indah. 🙂
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