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    Talking surfing in Sosua

    Can you surf in Sosua? I'm not looking for huge waves just nice rolling surf.

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    The beaches in Sosua are probably not the best choose for surfing. Too many swimmers, and no consistent rolling surf.

    Playa Grande in Rio San Juan has good surfing, at certain times of the day, and there are other spots that are equally as good, or so I hear.

    I'm sure the surfers (which I am decidedly not) on this board are quite able to steer you in the right direction. Whether they will or not is up to them. They may choose to keep those select spots to themselves.

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    they surf at encuentro beach between sosua and cabarete but its quite early in the morning to catch the waves

    there are a few u tube videos of secret places on the north coast

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    Cabarete has quite good surfing areas as well...

    and from what I heard... JR's swimming pool while he is fishing for those centipedes?...

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    Answered your other post. You will get more replys and be less confused if you post each question only one time.
    Have a great day

    Bob K

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    well ! Im always making waves if thats what you mean

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    Thumbs up surfing beach

    Go to Encuentro in Cabarete. It only breaks good in the am while the wind is down but its consistent. Go to the website Magic Seaweed and it will tell you all you need to know including a daily report. When you go wear booties as the bottom can hide sea urchins. Sosua only breaks on really big days and when it does its very crowded. Encuentro is only ten minutes towards Cabarete from Sosua on the only highway. Entrance is on the left going to Cabarete after you go up the only hill. Sign say Coconut Palms Hotel as I remember. Its excellent waves.

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    I agree... Playa Encuentro is the place, they have instruction there as well. The turn-off is smack dab in the middle between Sosua and Cabarete. Turn at the Coconut Palms Hotel sign and following the road. They just regraded it and it's smooth, smooth.

    Enjoy.

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    Thanks again everyone!

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