10/29/08

World Surf Spot 2 : Baja (Mexico)

Baja Norte

When Surfing Baja you can leave your problems at the border. Just imagine Surfing in Baja you and your friends Surfing almost perfect waves with No Crowds! Surfing Baja California has everything you could want relaxed environment, cool people, cheap tasty tacos and cold Cervezas, just make sure you get MEXICAN INSURANCE. In "Baja Norte" or to us gringos Northern Baja the Baja surfing is amazing. Northern Baja California has some of the best Baja Surfing, particularly on a south or southwest swell. When Surfing In Baja the conditions are somewhat similar to Southern California. When Surfing in Baja during the months of October to April the water temperature ranges between 50 and 60 degrees, so it is always best to wear a full suit and booties when Surfing Baja California. Swells during the winter period typically come from the West to Northwest and are fairly consistent. During the winter months with the exception of Hawaii, the waves at Islas Todos Santos off the coast of Ensenada are said to be the biggest waves in the Pacific. Summer months offer the best of Baja Surfing with spring suit to trunk conditions with temperatures ranging from high 60's to mid 70's. Swells during this time period typically range from south to southwest. Bajasurfbreaks.com has put together a comprehensive guide to Surfing in Baja California.

Baja Sur



In “Baja Sur” or to us gringos Southern Baja the surfing is amazing. Southern Baja California has some of the best Baja Surf, particularly on a South or Southwest swell. When Surfing In Baja the conditions are somewhat similar to Southern California. When Surfing In Baja during the months of October to April the water temperature is warmer than it is in Northern Baja, but you still might want to wear a full suit. Swells during the winter period typically come from the West to Northwest and are fairly consistent. Summer months offer the best of Surfing in Baja with trunk conditions. Swells during this time period typically range from South to Southwest.