For a surf destination like Costa Rica – one that’s seen a rapid development of surf tourism for decades now – it isn’t uncommon to ask if there are any spots left “off the map”. If there is still a place with world-class surf, that has somehow evaded the backpacker hubs and tourist traps.
One of the most remote, biodiverse places on earth, and host to one of the world’s longest left-hand waves, a trip to the Osa Peninsula is entrance to that space. Step into an off-grid surf wonderland, with wildlife guru and renowned local surfer Mayköl Espinoza as your guide.
7 days, 6 nights
Surf ability requirement
For casual surfers and above. You don’t need to rip.