Must do Surf Trip

Rincon is a place that every surfer that visits Puerto Rico should go. This amazing city has a friendly environment for tourist to visit while it has some of the best waves. Screen Shot 2018-02-23 at 1.38.52 PM

Here at you can rent an airbnb and find a cheap place to stay and enjoy an awesome stay in a great environment. You should plan to stay at least a weekend so you can enjoy different surf spots or even go to Aguadilla, another near by city, to surf. Once you arrive at the International Airport Luis Muñoz Marín, Rincón is 95.1 miles away, which will take you around 2 hours and 44 minutes to get there.

Below are the directions:

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In Rincon there is a wide variety of surf spots you can visit along the cost line. Some of the most popular spots are Maria’s, Domes, Sandy Beach, Pools, Tres Palmas, between others. If you get to stay for a long time you might have time to explore more along the coast. As you can see in the map bellow there are spots all along the West Coast.

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(Map Photo By Surf Zone Surf & Skate)

If you get to stay for 3 days and the waves are good you might want to plan your trip this way:

Day 1:

Maria’s Beach or Domes

Day 2:

Indicators, Dogman, or Pools

Day 3

At Aguadilla

Wilderness, Middles Surfers Beach, or Jobos

You may vary your schedule based on the swell size( you can check the swell at swellinfo) or your surfing experience. If you are more a big waves type surfer you can also mix in Tres Palmas at Rincón.

If you want to visit one of the most popular Puerto Rico newspapers you can visit El Nuevo Día.

 

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