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The most most detailed, most current and best selling surf guide to Costa Rica, now includes Central America's new surfing hot spot, Nicaragua. Features over 100 breaks on both coasts and over 100 hotels nearest the breaks. Includes a helpful Tips section including What to Pack and how to pack surfboards, plus map illustrations for major surf regions with helpful driving directions. Not a coffee table picture book or pocket guide. This is a comprehensive, down-and-dirty travel guide for surfers.
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ISBN: 9780967910048
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