This is our head surf guide, Conrad, getting some of that internet money!
Here’s a Surfline Feature where you can watch pro surfers Oliver Kurtz, Koa Smith, and Luke Davis rip the waves of the Nica coast to pieces. Check it:
Well, that was awesome.
Our last group said they keep coming back to Giant’s Foot Surf—and they’ve been back every summer since their first visit six years ago—because every time they do, they score great waves at a diversity of breaks… and this summer was no different. The surf was pumping from Yanqui to Playgrounds and …Continue Reading »
The water’s warm. The wind’s calming down. Fun waves are consistently coming through. Some of our favorite guests are returning to Giant’s Foot for their 6th year in a row. It seems like there’s only one thing missing for it to really feel like the surf season has started around here. That’s a solid swell, …Continue Reading »
With some solid surf coming our way next week, the Giant’s Foot Surf Camp crew rolled out on Vale La Pena and scored a fun warm-up session at Panga Drops this morning. The water was warm, the sets were peaking a little over head high, and there were more than enough waves to go around. …Continue Reading »
It looks like the swell we had been waiting for decided to hold off for a few days, and rather than getting here on Saturday, it is looking like that over head high waves are going to hold off until Tuesday. Though some folk around here aren’t super stoked on that it is all for …Continue Reading »
We are getting the last coat of paint on Vale la Pena and getting ready the motor all dialed in to get some of these waves. Drew arrived yesterday and is already working on making sure the new Suzuki 140 motor on Vale is ready to go without a hitch this season. Katie, our new …Continue Reading »
The first real glimpse of the southern swell has come right on schedule. We always tell people that it turns up around the first week of March, and 2014 kept us to our word. We’ve had two days of head high sets pounding into Amarillo. It has been the early season, immature swell that makes …Continue Reading »
And this is pretty much what we expect out of February. The farmland and jungle dry up, the wind whips pretty hard (offshore, but gusty), the water gets chilly thanks to upwelling, and sets tend toward few and far between. Honestly, it’s the time of year that almost makes us expats down here …Continue Reading »