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Surf Guides in Central America North

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Live The Life
Live The Life!
The original LTL selection of hand-picked surf accommodation and real estate on walking distance from worldclass surf . LiveTheLife, means living the life you really, really want. For the LiveTheLife team, that means living close to the surf and being free. Being free to do what we love and to go where we want. With the Livehelife ...
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Waterways Travel
Waterways Surf Adventures
The coastlines of our Ocean Planet are dynamic regions of enticing beauty and endless variety. From the ancient Polynesians to today's global surf travelers, voyagers exploring the fringes of the Seven Seas have discovered a world of adventure beyond imagination. WaterWays Surf Adventures brings you the very best of global surf travel. Our fully-inclusive group packages, independent ...
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Surf Sunzal
Epic Surfing Adventures
Sunzal Surf
Cadejo Adventures
Surf El Sal
Salim Travels
Surf Eldorado
El Salvador Surf Camps
El Dorado Surf Resort
Global Surf Guatemala
Ast Adventures
Baja Surf Adventures
About Surfing Central America North
<strong>Guatemala and El Salvador</strong>, the former famed for its black sand beaches and the latter for long right pointbreaks like Punta Roca. Facing south-west the region makes the most of the swells swinging up from the pacific. The best swell arrives during the dry season (December to April). The extreme heat and lack of precipitation contrasts sharply with the wet season, guaranteed to rain heavily every afternoon making spot access occasionally tricky. Dominant wins are offshore from the north-east with morning offshores and afternoon onshores. After years of instability the countries are now relatively safe to travel through. The area was first surfed in the 1960s by Peace Corps volunteers. Water temperatures rarely vary, hovering around 27-28°C or 81 to 82°F.
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