Playa Santana provided small but fun glassy surf today. Conditions were slick glass until around 9am when a very light onshore bump came on. Around 10 surfers were enjoying the waves. The crowds have thinned out nicely as we’ve passed peak season and a lot of surfers have gone home. Looks like we’ll be getting a nice swell starting this afternoon/tomorrow morning. We’ll be getting on it early each morning because you never know what the winds are going to do this time of year with active tropical systems in the Gulf/Carribean. Check back soon! 🙂

rancho santana
Santana local Mario Martinez's first wave of the session
playa santana
junior boosting, he landed it
playa santana
mario boosting
santana beach
junior martinez
mario pulling in as the sun went behind the clouds
mario pulling in as the sun went behind the clouds
trusty local transport
trusty local transport
tropical storm nicaragua
the red area just off Mexico and Belize has just turned into Tropical Storm Karl. Tropical systems in this area generally mean onshore winds for us here in SW Nicaragua.
nicawaves, popoyo nicaragua
fresh batch of NicaWaves Tees in, $12 each and going fast - Email or call if interested

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