Whoever said that you can’t surf in Cancun was so wrong! Just because this gorgeous destination is popular for its serene waters, it doesn’t mean you can’t have a good surf sesh. Let’s find out how!
Surf in Cancun with the right weather
See more: Cancun Surf Report
If you’re an intermediate to advanced surfer and you’re ready to do things on your own, here are a few tips:
- Hurricane season is the best for surfing: From June to November.
- These are the best beaches to surf in Cancun: Playa Ballenas, Playa Delfines, Playa Chac Mool and Playa Marlin.
- Remember to check the Surf Report beforehand.
- If you want to see how the swell is today click here.
If you don’t feel ready for going solo, here are a few options for you to surf in Cancun:
With a Professional Surf School
As our friends from 360 Surf School point out, the waves in Cancun are gentle and rolling. Which is perfect for beginner surfers to learn and get hooked on the world of Surf. And even intermediate surfers can use these conditions to perfect their technique and sharpen up their skills.
With a motorized board for JetSurfing
Cancun Jetsurf Academy is an amazing option for learning how to surf without waves. Their boards have an internal combustion engine that uses ‘Greentech’ technology so it doesn’t harm the environment while providing a very innovative and fun way to surf in Cancun.
With a cable and a motorboat for Wakesurfing
Wakeboarding is kind of like the son of surfing and water skiing because it combines the best of both worlds! It is pretty easy, it can be done without waves and even children can do it safely. A great option to get your adrenaline dose when the weather isn’t good enough for surfing.
With a flowboard in the Flowrider
See more: Flowrider Aquaworld
Even if it’s not the exact same as surfing, it’s definitely a great option to ditch the saltwater and spend the day having fun with friends. The Flowrider is right in front of the lagoon which means it has spectacular view and a chill atmosphere with a Dj and a bar.
Do you have more tips or alternatives for all of the surfers out there? Let us know in the comments!