Do you want to learn surfing and you are thinking of participating in a Surf Camp in Mexico? You should consider traveling to Puerto Vallarta and book our “Surf Camp Mexico” package. Unlike Puerto Escondido, Cabo San Lucas, and Veracruz, this is a very safe location. Safer than most North American cities. Our bay provides warm waters and forgiving waves 365 days of the year. We can offer luxurious accommodations in both Nuevo Vallarta and Puerto Vallarta. Or we can book the perfect place for you in Bucerias, Sayulita, Punta Mita, or San Pancho. The closest hotel to Playa La Lancha, which is where we provide our surf lessons, is 4 km away in Punta de Mita. Luxury transportation to the beach and back to your hotel is always included. Our surf camps last as long as you wish. Even
Do you want to learn to surf in Mexico? Our surf lessons are real surf coaching experiences. We strive to give you more than riding a few waves. We are inspired by the work of Surf Simply in Costa Rica. Their three of knowledge is exemplary and because they made it free, we used it to outline our surf coaching experience. We give you the basis to understand surfing, to know how to behave in the ocean and to follow surfing etiquette so that you can even start practicing surfing on your own. Our favorite place to provide our surf lessons is Playa la Lancha, just a few km away from Punta de Mita. There are multiple reasons for this, the main one, being a less crowded beach and more waves for our students. This what you’ll get: A 3
The Green Lagoon Surfing Team is able to handle classes for groups of +30 people. Our head coach works alongside several other surfing coach throughout the year. We also know all freelance and independent surf coaches of the Bay, who are always keen to help us with our biggest groups. We only employ surf coaches who we know personally and that have already provided classes to our clients following our standards. In similar cases we split the group in 3 or 4 for the theory class on the beach. In the water we assign 4/5 participants to each coach. We surfed with big groups of Dentists, Doctors and Real Estate agents who were attending a conference in the Puerto Vallarta and/or Nuevo Vallarta area. We also thought how to surf to a groom and a bride, and their big group
Lu reached out to our head coach Roberto when she was starting to surf. She requested an intensive Surf Coaching Program with a shortboard. Her dream was to become good enough to try and Surf some of the most challenging waves of the planet. At first, they focused on the basics. Then trained catching and surfing waves at an angle, generate speed and stay in the pocket of the wave. She wanted to get ready for bigger waves… …with a little bit of Roberto’s help, she definitely achieved her goals. See her surfing a nice size bomb in the Oahu’s North Shore, Hawaii. We can do the same for you! The beauty of our bay is that you can train all year long, in warm waters, with no dangers. Book your Intensive Surf Coaching Program today!
Surfing Nuevo Vallarta Nuevo Vallarta is a planned tourist resort on the Pacific coast of Mexico, just north of Puerto Vallarta. It is located in Banderas Bay and is known for its golf courses, its marina and the 8 miles long sandy beach. Most of the websites about Surfing in the Riviera Nayarit don’t even mention Nuevo Vallarta as a surf spot. In most cases, the information available everywhere is that you need to go to Veneros, Punta Burros, La Lancha or even Sayulita to find surfable waves. That is not true. When the right conditions arise, several very nice surfable waves are available in the beach between Marina Vallarta and Bucerias. That is most likely to happen during hurricane season, which usually starts and the End of August and lasts till the beginning of November. Hurricanes and tropical storms
“The ocean is the one place I can go to, for peace.” Did you know that surfing brings an explosion of feel-good chemicals in your brain? It starts with the anticipation. Before every new surf session our brain start producing Dopamine. That’s what makes surfing so addictive. Giving your brain another activity to crave for, helps to recover from heavy addictions, like opioids addiction. The Adrenaline released in our system after each successful ride brings energy and makes us feel powerful. Endorphins is a natural pain killer and its release is linked to a sense of euphoria also know as “Runner’s High”. The last, but not least feel-good chemical released by our brain during every surfing session is Serotonin, a neurotransmitter that relieves stress, depression, and anxiety. The level of serotonin in our brain after a surf session is what
Is there surfing in puerto vallarta? Surfing in Puerto Vallarta is possible, but there are only a couple of surfable waves in Puerto Vallarta. The problem is they rarely break (max 5d/year). However, there are 17 great surf locations featuring at least 30 fantastic breaks, within 30 miles (50kms) from Down Town Puerto Vallarta. We’d be delighted to take you surfing in any of those. Or to recommend you the best place according to your surfing experience and ocean, wind and tide conditions. Our bay receives consistent, reliable swells most of the year. Winter, between November and March, is the best surfing season for the Puerto Vallarta area, Banderas Bay and the Riviera Nayarit. This is when the North Pacific swells hit the bay. Because most of the bay is facing west, waves will lose some size compared to other
today April 16th, the governor of Nayarit inaugurated Sayulita’s new Sewage Treatment Plant and Emissor. This is great news and even bigger news is that the beach of Sayulita has already been declared safe for swimming. We can testify that the last part of the river, where sewage water was dumped daily in the past, is now dried and there is no longer any bad smell coming from the plant and surrounding areas. Water in the ocean by the beach already feels a lot better and the Sayulita Surf scene appears to be already revitalized. It may take some time for all the residues to be completely washed off from the shore. However, we believe the problem for the moment has been solved. We hope the new plant will be kept in perfect functioning order in the future too. Sayulita
UPDATE APRIL 16th 2016. 1 day after the new wastewater treatment plant started to operate at full capacity, the beach has been declared safe to swim. More info here: Sayulita’s new Sewage Treatment Plant and Emissor. The Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks (Cofepris) announced that of the 269 beaches in the country, only one is not in a position to receive vacationers this holiday period of Holy Week 2019. Unfortunately, it is our Sayulita Beach in Bahía de Banderas Nayarit, which is under permanent sanitary surveillance. “The health authority, analyzed in laboratory, more than 1600 samples of water from the beaches of greater public affluence of the main tourist destinations of the country, whose result was that all but one, meet the quality criteria established as ranges of protection to the user population “said the dependency dependent
The new online surf school covering Puerto Vallarta, Nuevo Vallarta, Punta de Mita, and Sayulita. Running an online Surf School reduces overhead costs and allows us to provide the best possible service at the best possible rate. We are starting to accept reservations for Semana Santa 2019. We hope to take you to experience the thrill of surfing. It will be an unforgettable experience!