The surf

Home Break: Playa Amarillo (North and South) Beach breaks
~walkable x 10 min (or Surf Wagon) x 5 minutes
-can work all levels depending on swell
~South Amarillo is usually little bit smaller than the North with super good surf vibes.
~North Amarillo can offer bigger, fun beach break with no crowds

North Amarillo
South Amarillo
South Amarillo

Colorados:
~5 min Panga Boat ride or 30 min beach walk
~Known for shallower beach break barrels
-not usually advised for beginners

~Can have bigger crowds

Colorados
Colorados

Panga Drops:
~10 min Panga Boat ride
~Panga Drops has large, slopey wave faces Lefts and rights, semi-beginner friendly and good at all tides, can get huge also
~Sensitive to high winds, can be worse in afternoon

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Panga Drops
Panga Drops

Mag Rock/Beginner Bay:

-25 min Surf Wagon drive
-fun, beginner-friendly point break
-better mid-high tide

 

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Mag Rock
Mag Rock

Popoyo:
25 min Surf Wagon or Panga ride
-Pretty clean A-Frame reef break 
-intermediate  +  skill level
-good mid to high tide

Popoyo
Popoyo

Lance’s Left:
45 min Panga boat ride
-Long, FUN, left reef break–can work in all tides (high tide a little mushy if swell is small)
-Good for all levels, can get huge when swell is big. The wave face stays open for long, fun rides with room to maneuver

Lance's Left
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Lance's Left

Playgrounds:
60 min Panga Boat ride
-A-Frame reef break
often compared to Lower Trestles
-mid-high tide best
Intermediate + skill level

Playgrounds
Playgrounds

Manzanillo:
15 min Panga Boat ride
-Left reef break, only works on certain swells -intermediate + skill level
-mid tide

Manzanillo
Manzanillo