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Surfing Mexico

Surfing Mexico When Surfing Mexico you can leave your problems at home. Just imagine Surfing Mexico you and your friends Surfing almost perfect waves with No Crowds! Surfing Mexico has everything you could want relaxed environment, cool people, cheap tasty tacos and cold Cervezas, just make sure you get MEXICAN INSURANCE. Surfing the gulf of Mexico can be fun however Surfing the Gulf Of Mexico only happens when a big hurricane hits, other than that the swells don't get that big in the Gulf. Mexbound.com has put together some Surfing Mexico Info below are some of the better Mexico Surfing breaks in the area with a little information on each:

Puerto Escondido, The Mexican Pipeline

Puerto EscondidoPuerto Escondido is One of the most famous and powerful beach break barrels in the world this is how Puerto Escondido got the nickname "The Mexican Pipeline". This is a fun racy wave, the winds are offshore, and it usually gets blown out after 12PM. Puerto Escondido can handle double to triple overhead conditions, so make sure you bring more than one board and at least one Gun for the larger surf, or you will be sitting out. If you end up breaking a board there are usually repair guys in Puerto Escondido who will repair your board.


Ixtapa is a fun beach break. You can catch good lefts and rights off the jetty. Ixtapa breaks best on a West swell.

Nexpa, Mexico

Nexpa is a fun peeling long poingtbreak. Nexapa can get hallow. On a good swell Nexapa will peel for over 150 yards. This break is easy to get to so it can get crowded on good days.

Surfing The Gulf of Mexico Water Temperature

Surfing Mexico in the Summertime is like a warm bath. The water will sometimes get so warm it will melt the wax off your board. The coolest water temperature in the southern states (Chiapas, Guerrero, Oaxaca and Michoacan) is the mid 70s, usually in April. Even when Surfing Mexico in the Winter months you almost never will need to wear a wetsuit. As you get a bit farther north (Colima, Jalisco, Nayarit) the water gets colder and stays cooler longer.

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