Costa Rica News – (Surf Report January 24th and Janaury 25th) – We are going to give you the surf forecast for Costa Rica and add in some pictures of beautiful surf girls in bikinis. This weekend is a small on the Pacific side and on the Caribbean side it is pumping with some overhead waves in some sets. There are always great waves to be caught on both coasts of Costa Rica even on small to medium days. We have also added surf video from Playa Hermosa, Costa Rica. Brought to you by The Costa Rica Surf Zone
North Costa Rica & Central Costa Rica & South Costa Rica Forecast for the Pacific
FRIDAY: New SW swell shows along with small NW swell for top breaks. Surf is in the 1-3′ zone.
WEATHER/WIND: For most areas, look for mainly light/variable to locally light offshore wind for the early mornings, with a SW’erly seabreeze gradually developing over the mid to late morning hours and becoming moderate into each afternoon. Possible evening glassoff for some areas before dark. Skies will be partly cloudy/sunny for most locations as well. NOTE – Passing or nearby showers and thunderstorms can temporarily affect/change local wind conditions.
Friday 01/24 – 0.3-0.6m – knee to thigh high occ. 0.9m – New SW swell building in, as well as small NW swell for select exposed areas
Saturday 01/25– 0.6-0.9m+ Knee to chest high – More SW swell moves in, more NW swell shows at select exposed areas
Video of the Surf at Playa Hermosa – Equipment From Reel Cameras
Small short period wind waves from the east-northeast holding during the next few days. Light and variable northeast winds with smooth seas, Increasing later. Moderate short period wind waves from the east-northeast falling later in the early part of next week. Light and variable north winds with smooth seas, Increasing later.
Friday 01/24 – 1.2-1.5m – Shoulder to head – Small short period wind waves from the east-northeast holding during the day. Light and variable north-northeast winds with smooth seas, Increasing later.
Saturday 01/25– 1.8-2.1m – Shoulder high to 0.5m overhead – Moderate mid period swell from the east-northeast holding during the day. Light and variable north winds, increasing rapidly later and switching to the northeast.
Now What You All Really Came to See – Surf Girls in Bikinis