The Casa Oasis Troncones Surf Mexico Guide is meant to help you get the most out of your Troncones Surf Experience.
Troncones Area and Costa Grande, Mexico Surf info
Scroll down for the scoop on nearby surf breaks, from La Saladita to Las Gatas. And some helpful general Mexico surf advice from Troncones, Mexico Surf guru and instructor, Mike Linn.
Casa Oasis Troncones surf page
We’ve compiled our own Troncones Surf Guide full of info about Troncones surf spots—how to get there, what kind of wave awaits, etc. As well as Ten Compelling Reasons why Casa Oasis Troncones is the best home base for your Mexico surf safari. while you’re at it, you might want to check out why Troncones is one of Conde Nast’s 10 Best Mexico beaches!
Troncones beach surf breaks
Surfer Miguel’s Mexico surf advice
Most of this is common sense, but it bears repeating:
First, avoid driving on the highways at night, and don’t leave valuables in your car or on the beach while you’re out surfing. Second, be courteous to fellow surfers, both local and tourist. Most everyone is pretty laid back, but nobody likes a wave hog or someone with a bad attitude. Remember that lot of guys only have one board and it’s often a short board so keep that in mind if you’re riding a longboard.
If you’re new to surfing or just learning, try to find a less crowded wave or wait until the crowd thins a bit before you paddle out. It’s ok to be a beginner, but you don’t want to be a speed bump. If you’ve never surfed before, take a lesson from a good instructor who can show you the basics to help keep you safe and improve your chances of a fun, successful, and safe surfing experience.
And finally, have a great time. Get out and explore, meet new people, get good waves, and go home with great memories of your Mexico surf trip. We’ll see you when you come back for more.
ISA Surf Instructor
Troncones Beach, Mexico
email Mike at: surf(at)isamexico.com. (Tell him we sent you!)