There are so many options when it comes to planning a surfing trip in Mexico. So where do you go? Here you will find out where you can learn to surf, stay, travel accommodations for flights and car rentals, to dine, and get a passport if needed.
Learning to Surf in Punta Mita:
Surfing Safari charges $109 for adult lessons. You can book your lessons online through their web site. You can also call a toll free number if you live in the USA or Canada.
Wildmex also has surfing lessons for beginners. For private lessons, the cost is $89. For groups of two or more, the price is $65. For either lesson type, you will need to book and pay in advance.
Coral Reef Surf Shop has surfboard rentals starting $25 a day and $125 weekly. Prices are in USD. They also have surfing lessons starting at $85 a person. Each person from there in groups of four is an additional $50 per person.
El Anclote Surf Condo is a one bedroom condo in Punta Mita, Nayarit, Mexico. You can be surfing within two minutes of walking out the front door. Once you have finished a day of surfing, you are within walking distance of restaurants. The rate starts at $49 a night for a one bedroom.
There are three surfing beaches in less than two miles of the condo. They are El Anclote where the condo sits, El Faro is 1.16 miles and La Lancha at 1.96 miles. With these three beaches, you will have your choice of 10 different surf types.
Forbes has written about “A Local’s Guide to Eating Through Punta Mita, Part 1.” They provide meals at each location mentioned in the article. Some have prices for the food. At the bottom of the piece, you will find the link to Part 2.
Cafe Como No has Mexican and American food that has food on the menu that starts at $4. Reading the reviews, you will find dishes others have enjoyed at the restaurant to help you decide if it’s the right place for you to dine.
TripAdvisor.com, kayak.com , and expedia.com can help you with flights, accommodations, and car rentals if you choose to find other places to stay while on your surfing trip in Punta Mita.
You will need to have a passport when entering Mexico whether you’re driving or flying to your destination. You can find a U.S. post office. You can find out more information at USPS.com.