Ich kann Dir Sayulita wirklich empfehlen. Ich bin neidisch!!!
Wir waren hier:
Du kriegst im Mai in jedem Fall Wellen.
Ich paste Dir hier noch ein paar Infos in Englisch, weil ich das nicht alles fuer Dich uebersetzen will (ich wohne seit 20 Jahren in Oz).
Alles spielt sich in Banderas Bay noerdlich von Puerto ab und in Sayulita.
Sayulita ist generell ein gute Basis, weil du ueberall ganz gut hinkommst.
Weiter reisen in nur 2 Wochen wuerde ich nicht, Du bist da mit Wellen ganz gut versorgt.
Warm water, a variety of surf breaks, and and gentle winds that are usually offshore make the Punta Mita, Mexico area an ideal surf destination. You’ll find over 20 breaks from Bucerias to the end of the point. Take your choice from zippy little reefs to the perfect point breaks to fun beach breaks. The option of boat use usually insures that there are uncrowded waves somewhere on the coast area here.
It’s been said that the town of “Mita”, as it is commonly known, is an ideal place to learn if you’ve never been on a board before. It boasts small, steady waves just off the small town, and a nice selection of beach restaurants.
Further North, the picturesque tropical fishing village of Sayulita offers a laid-back surfer’s paradise. There are two surf spots in Sayulita; a right (longboard) break in front of the village and a left (faster) break in front of the campground.
SURF SEASONS MEXICO:
Mexico divides into two surf seasons, and they both have their advantages: March to October is southern hemisphere swell time and Mexico is swept with energy from the southern hemisphere. November to April provides a sunny, warm-water escape for frigid refugees from the upper 48, with surf that is generally smaller, but with dry offshores and perfect conditions.
Northern mainland, the area around Mazatlan, is best during the wet season months of April through October. During these months surf is generated from both the southern hemisphere and local hurricanes that spin up the coast from Central America and usually dissipate around the tip of Cabo San Lucas.
Central mainland Mexico, the area around Puerto Vallarta, picks up swells from the northwest to the southwest. Best months in this area are typically the dryer months of November through May.
Traveling out of the bay of Puerto Vallarta and heading south, the coastline turns to the east by southeast and faces a more southerly direction. The south coast around Puerto Escondido is best during the south swell months of April through October.
Huatulco and Salina Cruz region: This section of coast begins to bend southeast into the Gulf of Tehuantepec making it an ideal location for the strong south swells generated during the wet season, April through October.