The Sayulita-Punta Mita area is known best for its friendly, super fun waves. This is the perfect place to take your surfing to the next level. If you're just learning, mellow rolling point breaks will help you find your feet and ride the longest waves of your life. And if you're intermediate to advanced, bring a mid-length, fish, or shortboard to dial in your skills on long rippable points and quick, punchy beaches.
The summer season has consistent surf as the southern hemisphere swells march up toward Mexico from April through September. October through March is when the Northern hemisphere fires up and sends the swell from the north. No matter the season, we can always find a fun point or peak to have a blast.
Welcome to Surf It Out! We're here because we want you to have the best surfing experience of your life! Whether beginner, intermediate, or advanced, we have the expertise and skill to guide and take care of you as if you were a member of our own family.
'Surf It Out' provides a unique experience in living the all-around surf lifestyle. Fresh fish, sweet coconuts, seasonal fruits/vegetables and traditional Mexican recipes are all part of the experience. Not only do we take care of your surfing needs, but we also offer insight on local dining and where to play and dabble, enabling you to enjoy your surroundings to the max!
Currently based in Sayulita, Mexico, 'Surf It Out' is a boutique service. We pride ourselves on creating customized surf retreats based on individual and/or group needs.
Known for its consistent river-mouth surf break, roving surfers "discovered" Sayulita in the late 1960s with the construction of Mexican Highway 200.
Today, Sayulita is a prosperous, growing village of approximately 7,000 residents. Hailed as a popular off-the-beaten-path travel destination, Sayulita offers a variety of activities such as horseback riding, hiking, jungle canopy tours, snorkeling and fishing. Still, a mecca for surfers at every skill level and every age, this quaint town attracts discriminating tourists with numerous art galleries and restaurants.
Sayulita has a curious, eclectic quality, frequented by native Cora and Huichol peoples, traveling craftsmen as well as international tourists. This town breathes a cosmopolitan air. You'll hear a young woman speaking German, a young man waxing his board while chatting in English or a small child telling her father what she wants for breakfast in French.
When dusk falls on the beaches of Sayulita, you will see floating spirits. Silhouettes skim across the water; bodies dive and emerge awaiting the next wave, facing the sunset, painted in the dazzling tones of the sun's descent into the sea. Surfers participate in the sport they love, which happens to be one of the main attractions of this traditional fishing village.
From all over the world, surfing enthusiasts flock to these beaches like a sacred site, with their boards on their backs, their golden skin glistening and hearts full of a passion for the sea.
Risa Mara is from San Blas, Nayarit as well as New York…yes, New York. Daughter of a fisherman and a beach lover, the ocean is in her blood. Raised as bilingual in English and Spanish between both worlds of the US and Mexico, Risa Mara has been able to experience life through transcendent eyes and is extremely aware of what makes a great experience.
Risa Mara loves to salsa on her board while playing with her switch stance. Her accomplishments include winning a Bronze (team medal) and Copper (Prone race) with the National Mexican SUP at the ISA World Championships in 2013, 2X Longboard champ in 2015 and 2017, as well as a respectable 5th at the 2016 Pan-American Surf Games. Risa has recently made history as the first woman to participate in and represent Mexico at the Olympic Qualifying Panamerican Games in 2019, where she placed 8th. Risa Mara started surfing at 27 and has been guiding and instructing since 2010. She truly loves what she does and is also an accomplished filmmaker, having shown her work in over 150 film festivals.
Diego Ulises Bernal is from Santa Cruz de Miramar, Nayarit. A small village that has amazing waves where he started surfing at the age of 11. Diego is a master short boarder and has been National Champion as well as gone to the Pan-American Surf Games, placing the highest in rankings for Mexico. His patience in the water is undeniable and his love for surfing is an addiction. Surfing is everything to Diego! He enjoys sharing this love of surfing with anyone and everyone who wants to learn, no matter what level. His dream is to surf and enjoy life. Surf it out!