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Cabos San Lucas Surfing
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Most of these breaks in the sea of Cortez are extremely inconsistent and resemble a lake. It will take a huge South Swell or a strong storm in the Sea of Cortez to make these waves break. Another chance is during the winter when the "chubasco" or storm season comes you may find some wave action In the Sea of Cortez.
Surfing Nine Palms, Baja
Nine Palms is a group of nine palm trees make up this area around Rancho Santa Elena. Nine Palms is a fun right reef break. Nine Palms need a strong South swell in order to break.
Surfing Punta Perfecta, Baja
Punta perfecta is a very powerful right reef point break. Punta Perfecta can be hard to find, but if you drive south from Vinorama you will barely see it from the road. Punta Perfecta needs a strong South swell to be good.
Surfing Boca del Tule, Baja
Boca Del Tule is a series of breaks both sand and reef. Boca Del Tule has easy access because of the wide river mouth delta, which allows you to drive right to the break.
Surfing Frailes, Baja
Frailes is a beach and reef break, Frailes needs a huge swell to make this wave break, due to its location in the Sea of Cortez. When its hurricane season Frailes might be worth checking out.
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