Surf in Ecuador

Ecuador is a magical region, bathed by the waters of the Pacific Ocean, where from north to south, in its beautiful beaches, the surfer lifestyle is breathed and lived.

Boards, together with the sun and the crest of a wave, alongside catchy music converge at a single point to take this adventure sport to a fantastic level and create one of the best experiences regarding extreme sports.

The surfing route is made up of about a dozen of exciting beaches along the Spondylus route. There are more than 560 miles of beaches on the Ecuadorian coast where one can find specific locations to practice, like in the Enchanted Islands, Galapagos (in San Cristobal and Santa Cruz Islands specifically).

Ecuadorian beaches are ideal for windsurfers because it has unique, unspoiled beaches and hidden paradises enjoying little influx of visitors and the best waves in the world.

This site will be the perfect addition if you are a diehard surfer or if you’re grabbing your first waves. Grab your board and walk through this page to see which are best waves, choose the right beach for you, and identify the technical conditions of each of them so you can enjoy one of the most exciting experiences of your life.

For example, you can identify if it's a beach break, reef break or break point, in what direction is the wind, the usual size of the waves, where they come, swells and much more information.

And now: Enjoy! Ecuador is an important tourist destination for surfing and its waves are ideal for an unforgettable approach to the sea.

 

Montañita

Best places to Surf in the world

Backpackers, sun worshipers and surfers from around the world walk the dirt streets of this town of thatched roofs. This tropical hideaway on the Pacific coast is dotted with palm trees, street vendors of jewelry and low cost accommodations like guest Hanga Roa, which is located on the beach of La Punta, famous surf town. Try the delights of the cevicheros bike wheeling along the beach, and when you get the sunset, you can join the masses swaying in raucous bars and nightclubs.

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