Santa Teresa Surf Report

Surf Conditions from Santa Teresa Costa Rica

September 1, 2016
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Santa Teresa Surf

Santa Teresa Surf

This is Toro from Blue Surf Adventures Costa Rica Surf School with your Santa Teresa Surf Report for this week. This is the Santa Teresa surf report and nearby breaks Playa Hermosa, Playa Carmen and Mal Pais, located in the South Nicoya Peninsula in the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.

This past week, July 24th/31st, surf was mellow and very user friendly. Old SSW swell fading out at the beginning of the week and waves were on the waist to chest high range. Clean and glassy conditions prevailed and lots of fun waves at the peak upfront Blue Surf Adventures Santa Teresa Surf School. Surf was lot more fun on a buoyant board preferably a longboard for me. Clear water as the surf was mellow that looked a lot like summer time. Swell built in for the weekend and surf was epic on Sunday with overhead and a half waves rolling mostly empty at the point break! Just the local crew paddled out, like in the good old days!

Monday: Old SSW swell that peaked last week was fading fast and waves didn’t reached over shoulder high. Conditions were nice and clean and surf was fun and user friendly at the peak upfront Blue Surf Adventures Santa Teresa Surf School.

Tuesday: Small SSW swell leftovers, strongest Tuesday with waist high surf at exposures, while standouts go chest high during favorable tides.

Wednesday: Surf kept small in the waist high range. Lots of mellow waves, were easy to catch and fun to ride. conditions were clean most of the day water was clear and it was easy to stay for a long session.
Thursday: Small Southerly swell mix offers waist high and under surf.

Friday: Windy onshore and messy surf almost all day. There were still some kin surfers that had the patience to wait and got some good ride at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Adventures Santa Teresa Surf School.

Saturday: New SW-SSW swell showed up late Friday and built overnight. Waves were on the head high range in the morning with some bigger sets coming in. A bit of action at the reefs and over at the point break.

Sunday: Larger sets become more frequent and Surf rose further on Sunday with sets pushing 2-3’+ overhead for standouts. Epic session at the point break with some perfect and pretty long nuggets peeling all the way to the beach break. Not many paddle out, just the old crew. It was like a flashback from the old days! Lots of chatting, joking, laughing and epic surfing!!!

Costa Rica Surf Report brought to you by Blue Surf Adventures Costa Rica Surf School. From Playa Santa Teresa, Mal Pais.

Pura Vida!

Toro

August 31, 2016
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SUP surf Santa Teresa

SUP surf Santa Teresa

This is Toro from Blue Surf Adventures Costa Rica Surf School with your Santa Teresa Surf Report for this week. This is the surf report for Santa Teresa and nearby breaks Playa Hermosa, Playa Carmen and Mal Pais, located in the South Nicoya Peninsula in the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.

Surf was very good this past week, July 17th/24th. We had a not too big and well directioned swell with waves reaching overhead and a half size when the swell peaked on Thursday. The waves were slowly getting bigger every day since Monday until then, each day like a foot larger. Good conditions prevailed all week and surf was really fun at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School. As the swell filled in and the waves got larger, the point break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School started working and it was excellent by Thursday. It worked all day long, with very long playful rides with the low tide and some hollow barrels over the rock at the high tide.

Monday: SW swell slowly started filling in and waves were on the chest to shoulder high range. Clean conditions and lots of fun and playful waves at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School.

Tuesday: The beach break was still working better than anywhere else, but as the swell was filling in further, some lines started to stack up and roll over the reef.

Wednesday: Swell moved in further and the there was more significant action over the reef and at the point break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School. Good conditions and lots of good waves.

Thursday: Excellent surfing in Santa Teresa on Thursday! New swell reinforcement from the SSW reached well overhead and both the beach break and the point break were working perfect. There were also many good waves in Playa Carmen, Playa Hermosa and it was epic at Sunset Reef in Mal Pais. the South facing point breaks were also working good. Waves were smaller there but pealing for very long distance.

Friday: The swell started fading earlier and dropped considerably. Good surf at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School. Conditions were clean and surf was fun.

Saturday: Swell continued to ease and size kept dropping. No more waves at the reefs nor at the point break. Nevertheless, the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School was very fun and user friendly.

Sunday: Wave size dropped considerably and waves were on the chest to shoulder high range. Conditions were good and surf was fun at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School.

Costa Rica Surf Report brought to you by Blue Surf Adventures Costa Rica Surf School. From Playa Santa Teresa, Mal Pais.

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Toro

August 28, 2016
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This is Toro from Blue Surf Adventures Costa Rica Surf School with your Santa Teresa Surf Report for this week. This is the surf report for Santa Teresa and nearby breaks Playa Hermosa, Playa Carmen and Mal Pais, located in the South Nicoya Peninsula in the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.

During the week of June 19th / June 26th, Costa Rica Surf was excellent and very big. Few times a year Costa Rica Surf gets as big as it was these days. Waves were reaching triple overhead at the most exposed breaks with some good 15 to 20 foot faces. Suck Rock, the point break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary hotel in Santa Teresa was working perfect for almost all week. Solid, clean waves rolled in with barrels that could easily hide a car! Conditions were also helping the surf with many glassy mornings and some days holding clean through out the day. There were not many surfers out, probably due to the huge amount of water moving around. Paddle out was tough and many preferred to drive South to the more sheltered breaks that were lot more user friendly. The Southern breaks near Cabuya and Tambor only got the energy that was able to wrap around the Cabo Blanco point at the tip of the Nicoya peninsula. Some point breaks there were going off with shoulder to head high waves rolling for 200 yards. Nevertheless the show was happening upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Hotel at the point break. You could feel the sand vibrating with each bomb downloading it’s weight on the reef.

Swell started filling in slowly on Monday and Tuesday, with waves reaching overhead high to overhead and a half. Conditions were good and although there were some nuggets over the rocks, the best peak that was working on these days was at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Hotel and Costa Rica Surf Camp.

Wednesday got big. Very big. Double overhead plus sets were rolling over the reef early in the morning. Conditions were a bit messy and there was a lot of water moving around. Later conditions glassed out and surf went epic. The right handed point break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Hotel and Costa Rica Surf Camp was firing bombs that will roll open for long while. Very clean and playful canvas on the wave face was reaching the 15 to 20 foot tall range by noon.

Costa Rica Surf seemed to linger a bit on Thursday and the waves behind the rock upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Hotel and Costa Rica Surf Camp got a bit more user friendly. Still some bombs would roll in more sporadically. Clean conditions and lots of first class rides!

New reinforcement of the swell put the waves back on the double to triple overhead on Friday. Very clean conditions and spectacular waves rolling in at the break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Hotel and Costa Rica Surf Camp

Swell slowly started fading over the weekend with still some good left overs and very fun surf.

Costa Rica Surf Report brought to you by Blue Surf Adventures Costa Rica Surf School. From Playa Santa Teresa, Mal Pais.
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Toro

August 27, 2016
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This is Toro from Blue Surf Adventures Costa Rica Surf School with your Santa Teresa Surf Report for this week. This is the surf report for Santa Teresa and nearby breaks Playa Hermosa, Playa Carmen and Mal Pais, located in the South Nicoya Peninsula in the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.

This past week, June 12th / 19th, surf wasExcellent in Santa Teresa and nearby breaks. Suck Rock, the point break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School started working and went on all week. Very fun long waves rolled in there. Strong SW swell moved in and surf went from head high on Monday to double overhead by the middle of the week. Solid bombs rolled over the reef breaks with Double overhead + sets at the peak of the swell. Size started dropping over the weekend to overhead high. Clean conditions and lots of surf going on.

Monday: Good surf at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School. Conditions were clean and glassy in the morning and again in the late afternoon. Strong long period swell slowly started moving in. Sets were lully but very good when they did came in making the wait worthy.

Tuesday: Solid SW swell set up overhead to double overhead waves at well exposed spots as standouts saw better sets. Surf was very good at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School. The point break Suck Rock was also working with very long waves all the way to the river mouth.

Wednesday:Healthy SW swell peaked with more overhead to double overhead+ surf for good exposures. Largest in the afternoon. Clean conditions and epic surf at the point break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School beach access!

Thursday: More epic surf! Double overhead and larger sets with clean conditions and lots of amazing waves at the point break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School beach access! Everyone is surfed out and the point was empty in the afternoon.

Friday: Swell starting to fade and wave size dropped considerably to overhead high. Clean conditions and many fun waves at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School.

Saturday: swell size still head high to slightly overhead in the bigger sets. Good long waves rolling in at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School. Conditions were clean in the morning.

Sunday: National Surf Circuit tournament was held in Playa Carmen on the weekend and we want to congratulate our local representative Anthony Fillingim for wining the event and for scoring a perfect 20 final!!! He remains leader of the national championship and we wish him the best of lucks for the last event of the year.

Costa Rica Surf Report brought to you by Blue Surf Adventures Costa Rica Surf School. From Playa Santa Teresa, Mal Pais.

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Toro

July 12, 2016
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Santa Teresa Surf Camp

This is Toro from Blue Surf Adventures Costa Rica Surf School with your Santa Teresa Surf Report for this week. This is the surf report for Santa Teresa and nearby breaks Playa Hermosa, Playa Carmen and Mal Pais, located in the South Nicoya Peninsula in the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.

This past week, June 6th / June 13th, surf was inconsistent and mellow in Santa Teresa Surf Camp. Some fun waves came in and surf was mostly mellow and user friendly. There were lots of days were a longboard was the best choice of board, however there were still mostly shortboarders out. Weather was rainy on and off, what kept the conditions going from good to messy very easily. Bigger sets started coming in at the end of the week as new SW swell fills in.

Monday: Old fading SW swell and surf was on the knee to waist high range. Rainy weather prevailed with occasional strong sunshine in the late morning. Messy conditions and fair surf at the beach break

Tuesday: Overlapping, modest SW swells with mostly knee-waist high waves at most breaks, while the standout went chest high on sets during favorable tide. Conditions were good for a while during the morning but messy and unorganized for the most of the day. Still there were some fun waves at the beach brake upfront our Santa Teresa Surf Camp

Wednesday:Modest SW swell continue with similar size surf in the knee-waist-stomach high range, as sets get up to chest high. Fun surf in the morning at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Santa Teresa Surf Camp

Thursday: Small swell continues and waves are still in the waist high with occasional bigger sets. Surf is fun from time to time when the conditions clean up. It got messy when the wind blew in.

Friday: Fun surf in the afternoon at the beach break near Blue Surf Sanctuary Santa Teresa Surf Camp. Waves were in the waist to chest high range and quite mellow. Very fun to ride a more buoyant board or a longboard. Some very fun rides rolled in at our beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Santa Teresa Surf Camp.

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Saturday: Fun sized mellow swell continues and waves are still on the waist to chest high range. Again very fun waves at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Santa Teresa Surf Camp. Conditions were good on and off. Sometimes a bit messy and sometimes it cleaned up.

Sunday: New swell slowly started moving in with bigger sets in the afternoon. Waves reach head high and slightly overhead by the end of the day. Long period swell and there were long waits but always worthy. Very fun waves at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Santa Teresa Surf Camp.

Costa Rica Surf Report brought to you by Blue Surf Adventures Costa Rica Surf School. From Playa Santa Teresa, Mal Pais.
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Toro

June 22, 2016
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This is Toro from Blue Surf Adventures Costa Rica Surf School with your Santa Teresa Surf Report for this week. This is the surf report for Santa Teresa and nearby breaks Playa Hermosa, Playa Carmen and Mal Pais, located in the South Nicoya Peninsula in the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.

This past week, May 29th / June 5th, surf was strong and for times a bit to unorganized and messy. Stormy weather and lots of rain poured down this week. Most significant swell peaked on Wednesday with sets reaching double overhead high at exposed reef breaks. Direction was good but local weather didn’t helped the surf much. Still there were many very good waves to be caught and not many surfers out. The point break out from our Costa Rica Surf School worked very good a couple times and almost anyone paddled out. Surf got smaller by the end of the week every time more gentler and mellow.

Monday: Good surf in Santa Teresa and nearby breaks. Waves were on the chest to shoulder high range at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School. We went surfing to a right handed point break near Cabuya and Montezuma. There was still some old S swell and we got knee to waist high waves pealing all the way in. Very fun session and certainly worth the drive!

Tuesday: Building SW/SSW swell on the rise through the day, was topping out in the afternoon through Wednesday morning. As the swell peaked, we had head high surf at many breaks, with good spots running from a couple to a few feet overhead on sets. Select standouts were even larger.

Wednesday: New SW Swell filled in and waves were reaching overhead ad a half at the right handed point break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Hotel and Costa Rica Surf School. However the conditions were not helping and the storm that we had overnight had really affected the water. We got some better surf later when the conditions went normal.

Thursday: Good surf in Santa Teresa with waves on the head to slightly overhead high range. Conditions were clean both in the morning as in the afternoon. Very good long rides at the beach break in Playa Carmen, 10 min drive away from our Costa Rica Surf School.

Friday: SW swell fading and surf stated getting smaller as the day went by. Rough messy conditions in the morning got cleaner later for a very fun surf in the afternoon at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School.

Saturday: Old SW swell is fading and surf was in the waist to chest high reaching occasionally shoulder high at top spots. Conditions were again messy in the early morning and again it cleaned up for a very fun session at noon and some good waves at our Costa Rica Surf School beach break.

Sunday: Stormy and messy morning in Santa Teresa. Swell continues to ease and waves were in the knee to waist high range. There was still some fun surf at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School.

Costa Rica Surf Report brought to you by Blue Surf Adventures Costa Rica Surf School. From Playa Santa Teresa, Mal Pais.
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Toro

May 31, 2016
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This is Toro from Blue Surf Adventures Costa Rica Surf School with your Santa Teresa Surf Report for this week. This is the surf report for Santa Teresa and nearby breaks Playa Hermosa, Playa Carmen and Mal Pais, located in the South Nicoya Peninsula in the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.

This past week, May 22nd / May 28th, surf was smaller than usual. Most of the days we’ve got waist to chest high waves, what was very helpful for our students to improve their skills faster and take a glance of the green waves. Conditions were mostly good, with some messy moments mostly very early in the morning or in the early afternoon. Lots of fun waves came in and everybody had a great time staying at Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School!

Monday: Overcast gray skies predominated. Glassy clean conditions in the early morning and agfain in the afternoon. Many very fun waves rolled in at the beach break down from Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School.

Tuesday: Small SSW/SW swell brought very fun and user friendly knee to waist high surf to our beach break. Conditions were nice and clean in the morning. Pouring rain at night.

Wednesday: Small SW swell lingered, and surf was around waist high or so; new SW swell forerunners started to show later in the afternoon with sets in the chest high range. Mostly overcast day with sporadic strong sunshine. Good conditions in Santa Teresa.

Thursday: Waves continued to get smaller and got in the knee to waist high range. There were occasional bigger sets coming in, probably on the waist high range. Conditions were nice and clean and waves were excellent for our students at Blue Surf Adventures Costa Rica Surf School. It was an excellent opportunity for many to graduate from the white water to the green faces.

Friday: Swell slowly started to build and waves reached chest to shoulder high. The sea was a bit messy early but we had clean and nice conditions for the most part of the day. Surf was good at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School.

Saturday: Holding SW swell and waves continued on the chest to shoulder high range. Some bigger sets came in at exposed breaks. We went surfing to Playa Hermosa beach break, where the Blue Surf House Costa Rica Surf School is located. Waves there were fun and opening well. Lots of clean long rides and steep faces at the back where the bigger sets will break.

Sunday: Very good surf in Santa Teresa and at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Costa Rica Surf School. Good conditions, good weather and lots of fun to have out in the waves.

Costa Rica Surf Report brought to you by Blue Surf Adventures Costa Rica Surf School. From Playa Santa Teresa, Mal Pais.

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Toro

May 29, 2016
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Santa Teresa Surf

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This is Toro from Blue Surf Adventures with your Santa Teresa Surf Report for this week May 16th /May 22nd. This is the surf report for Santa Teresa and nearby breaks Playa Hermosa, Playa Carmen and Mal Pais, located in the South Nicoya Peninsula in the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.

Surf Santa Teresa in the Green Season

Surf Santa Teresa in the Green Season

In Santa Teresa surf has been really very good this past week. Waves were ranging the shoulder to head high size. Sets were reaching a few feet overhead at standout breaks when the swell peaked on Thursday. Then the swell started easing and wave size dropped to very mellow and user friendly fun surf at our sand bottom beach break down from Blue Surf Sanctuary. All through the week conditions were mostly clean and weather predominantly nice with quite a lot of sunshine and warm water as usual. The main swell this week that peaked on Thursday was very lully with long but worthy waits for the sets.

Santa Teresa Surf on Monday:

new SW swell that started filling in on Sunday peaked on Monday and surf was excellent in the morning at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary and other Santa Teresa surf spots. Clean conditions and many open barrels will spit you out after a short but deep tube ride! Nice weather, with a few clouds and sporadic sunshine.

Santa Teresa Surf on Tuesday:

In Santa Teresa Surf was good. Waves got a bit smaller as swell eased. Conditions were nice in the morning in Playa Hermosa, the beach break footsteps from our Blue Surf House. Fun open rides and many good playful waves. Clean sunny weather during the day. Conditions were more messy in the afternoon before the rain came in at night.

Santa Teresa Surf on Wednesday:

New SW swell filled in further through the day with shoulder-head high surf at exposed breaks and sets going a 1-2′ overhead at top spots. At the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary in Santa Teresa surf was very good in the morning. Clean conditions and lots of waves opening left and right.

Santa Teresa Surf on Thursday:

Overcast skies in this region of Costa Rica. Santa Teresa Surf was very good with head high to slightly overhead waves at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary hotel. Fun and very good morning session with lots of playful rides.

Santa Teresa Surf on Friday:

Swell started to ease in Santa Teresa surf got smaller but still some sporadic nice head high sets will sneak in. Clean and glassy conditions in the morning at the beach break down from our Blue Surf House in Playa Hermosa.

Surf on Saturday:

Waves started to get smaller and Santa Teresa surf was still fun and full of nice rides. Nice and clean conditions and many short but good waves rolled at the sand bottom beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary hotel.

Surf on Sunday:

Surf was still mellow in Santa Teresa, with waist to chest high waves at our beach break down from Blue Surf Sanctuary. Nice and clean conditions for the most part of the day and very user friendly surf in Santa Teresa.

Costa Rica Surf Report brought to you by Blue Surf Adventures. From Playa Santa Teresa, Mal Pais, Costa Rica.

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Toro

May 18, 2016
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Hola! This is Toro from Blue Surf Adventures with your Costa Rica Surf Report for this week. This is the surf report for Santa Teresa and nearby breaks Playa Hermosa, Playa Carmen and Mal Pais, located in the South Nicoya Peninsula in the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica.

In this region of Costa Rica surf has been mostly very good this past week. Waves were ranging the shoulder to head high. Sets were reaching a few feet overhead at standout breaks when the swell peaked on Tuesday.
Weather has been very good despite the green season in Costa Rica surf conditions were clean and glassy every morning. Most days a soft breeze picked up in the late morning. Later the conditions settled for a clean afternoon surf session.
Suck Rock, one of the best Costa Rica surf spots, had some action this week. It was working on Monday and Tuesday, and much better with the low tide. There were rights pealing off of the rock all the way past the river mouth. Very fun classic Costa Rica surf at the beach break as well. Long rolling waves and playful walls.

Monday: new SW swell started filling in and surf grew bigger through the day. Winds didn’t picked up until 1pm, so the low tide in the late morning was very good!

Tuesday: Early morning was better, with the swell peaking and very fun waves at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary and down at the point break Suck Rock.

Wednesday: Playa Hermosa, the beach break down from the Blue Surf House had some excellent waves on Wednesday. Open barreling waves rolled in for most of the morning over the sand bar.

Thursday:Swell started fading and waves were more gentle. Very fun Costa Rica surf at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary.

Friday: New partially shadowed SW swell filled in bringing some bigger sets and some more energy to the beach break. There were some very good rides at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Hotel.

Saturday: Waves were a bit smaller on Saturday, ranging chest to shoulder high. Water was glassy in the morning but surf conditions were messy. Peaks were shifty and the good waves hard to find.

Sunday: Fun surf in the morning at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Hotel. Costa Rica Surf was slightly bigger and growing through the day, with few over head high waves in the afternoon. New promising swell is building at night and lots of good forecasts for the next week.

Costa Rica Surf Report brought to you by Blue Surf Adventures. From Playa Santa Teresa, Mal Pais, Costa Rica Surf Pacific

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May 9, 2016
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Girls Surfing in Costa Rica

Girls Surfing in Costa Rica

Thursday April 21st 2016. Santa Teresa surf was good today. Old SW swell is easing and new S swell started to fill in. Waves were on the chest to shoulder high range with a few bigger sets. Nice and clean conditions. Long lefts rolled in at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Hotel.

Monday April 18th 2016. Surf was good in Santa Teresa today. Waves were on the head to slightly overhead high range. New SW swell filled in and there were some good rights at the point upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary. The beach break was also working and some long rides rolled in. Nice and clean conditions in the morning.

Saturday April 16th 2016. Good surf in Santa Teresa today. Waves were on the chest to head high with a few bigger sets. New SSW swell filling in and the change in the direction was visible with some cleaner and more open waves. Nice and glassy water in the morning. Very good waves at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary.

Saturday April 2nd 2016. Surf was fair today in Santa Teresa. Waves were head high with a few overhead sets. The beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary was fun in the morning with some cleaner conditions than the last few days. Even Suck Rock worked for a while, with some nice nuggets over the rock. Yet the swell didn’t came in the way it was predicted.

Awesome Santa Terea Surf

Santa Terea Surf

Monday March 28th 2016. Good in the Santa Teresa Surf. Waves were on the chest to head high range, growing bigger through out the day. New SSW swell is starting to fill in and some bigger sets rolled in at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary in the pm. Conditions were very nice and clean in the morning, and although it got a bit choppy in the afternoon, surf was still fun.

Thursday March 24th 2016. Surf was good today in Playa Santa Teresa. There were waist to chest high waves rolling at the beach break upfront Blue Surf Sanctuary Hotel. A bigger set would break further out every now and then. Conditions were nice and clean in the morning. A soft onshore blew between 8 and 10, but then the offshore wind kicked back up and the surf got much better.