With its relatively easy, consistent, warm-water waves, an unending beer and tequila supply, beautiful desert landscape coupled with comfy condos and shopping malls and its proximity to ever-growing Southern California, it’s no wonder the area around Cabo San Lucas has become a kind of surfing Disneyland. A bit dustier, sure, but no less fun. And if you’re on it, the lines for the rides are way shorter.
Cabo is generally divided into three main areas: the south-facing East Cape, which lies to the east of San Jose Del Cabo and is most famous for its proliferation of fickle, silky right point breaks; the southeast-facing Costa Azul, just southwest of San Jose Del Cabo, right on the tip of the peninsula between the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez, which is known for its reasonably consistent – and crowded – rock reef breaks; and the west-facing Pacific Coast, northwest of Cabo San Lucas, which is known best for its dependable beach and rock-reef breaks.
You buy your air fare, and we take you surfing with our expert guide. While teaching the rules of the road at his favorite surfing spots. He is a master fisherman, with a boat. Allow us to plug you into the best qualified personnel ever put together in 6 different world class exotic surfing destinations.
Buy your own ticket and hotel. Camp sites available.
Pick your level of desired assistance on your trip.
Pick ours brains for free.
We offer three levels:
Economy, we offer free information
Casual Traveler, guide $ 150.00 a day
Or First Class guides Cost $ 250.00 a day