Puerto rico waves: Puerto Rico Surfing Guide with Maps and Photos

San Juan, Puerto Rico Surf Forecast and Surf Report

  • 90°

    E 11 13mph

    Today’s Forecast

  • Buoy 41053

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  • LOW7:39 AM

    HIGh4:01 PM

    Tide Data

  • 80°

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    Ocean Temps

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SWELL

TUE 11-15

WED 11-16

THU 11-17

FRI 11-18

SAT 11-19

SUN 11-20

MON 11-21

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Shoulder

Chest

Waist

Knee

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  • CLEAN
  • FAIR
  • CHOPPY
  • SWELL 1
  • SWELL 2
  • SWELL 3
  • SWELL 4
  • SWELL 5
  • SWELL 6

Forecast Updated: Nov 15 10:45 am

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WIND

E 12 mph

SWELLS

PRIMARY

ENE 3.1ft @ 5sec

SECONDARY

2+ ft

CHOPPY

Modern Retro

SWELLS

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  • TUESDAY

    AM:

    0-1 ft

    FAIR

    PM:

    1-2 ft

    CHOPPY

    SURF

    Small scale (ankle to knee high) surf.

    CONDITIONS

    Light sideshore texture in the morning with ESE winds 10-15mph. This becomes Sideshore texture/chop for the afternoon.

    TIDES / SUN

    AM

    LOW
    8:42 am @ 0.5 ft

    HIGH
    2:59 am @ 1 ft

    SUNRISE
    6:31 am

    PM

    LOW
    10:26 pm @ 0.6 ft

    HIGH
    3:41 pm @ 1.6 ft

    SUNSET
    5:46 pm

    WEATHER

    6 am

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    ESE 9 mph

    ENE 1.4 ft @ 4 sec

    80° Clear

    9 am

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    ESE 10 mph

    ENE 1.8 ft @ 4 sec

    81° Humid

    12 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    ESE 11 mph

    ENE 2.2 ft @ 5 sec

    81° Humid

    3 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    ESE 13 mph

    ENE 2.6 ft @ 5 sec

    79° Clear

    6 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    ESE 12 mph

    ENE 2.8 ft @ 5 sec

    78° Clear

  • WEDNESDAY

    AM:

    2+ ft

    CHOPPY

    PM:

    1-3 ft

    CHOPPY

    SURF

    Knee to thigh high ENE short period wind swell with occasional waist high sets.

    CONDITIONS

    Sideshore texture/chop with E winds 10-15mph.

    TIDES / SUN

    AM

    LOW
    9:50 am @ 0.6 ft

    HIGH
    4:10 am @ 1.2 ft

    SUNRISE
    6:32 am

    PM

    LOW
    10:58 pm @ 0.5 ft

    HIGH
    4:21 pm @ 1.5 ft

    SUNSET
    5:46 pm

    WEATHER

    6 am

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 12 mph

    ENE 3.1 ft @ 5 sec

    80° Partly Cloudy

    9 am

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 14 mph

    ENE 3.1 ft @ 5 sec

    81° Clear

    12 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 12 mph

    ENE 2.9 ft @ 5 sec

    80° Humid

    3 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 14 mph

    ENE 2.9 ft @ 5 sec

    79° Clear

    6 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 12 mph

    ENE 2.9 ft @ 6 sec

    78° Clear

  • THURSDAY

    AM:

    1-3 ft

    CHOPPY

    PM:

    2+ ft

    CHOPPY

    SURF

    Knee to thigh high ENE short period wind swell with occasional waist high sets.

    CONDITIONS

    Sideshore texture/chop with E winds 10-15mph.

    TIDES / SUN

    AM

    LOW
    11:01 am @ 0.6 ft

    HIGH
    5:13 am @ 1.3 ft

    SUNRISE
    6:33 am

    PM

    LOW
    11:31 pm @ 0.3 ft

    HIGH
    5:00 pm @ 1.4 ft

    SUNSET
    5:46 pm

    WEATHER

    6 am

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    SE 12 mph

    ENE 2.8 ft @ 6 sec

    79° Mostly Cloudy

    9 am

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 11 mph

    ENE 2.9 ft @ 6 sec

    80° Mostly Cloudy

    12 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 14 mph

    ENE 2.8 ft @ 6 sec

    79° Partly Cloudy

    3 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 14 mph

    ENE 2.7 ft @ 6 sec

    79° Partly Cloudy

    6 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 13 mph

    ENE 2.8 ft @ 6 sec

    77° Mostly Cloudy

  • FRIDAY

    AM:

    2-3 ft

    CHOPPY

    PM:

    3+ ft

    CHOPPY

    SURF

    Knee to waist high ENE short period wind swell in the morning builds for the afternoon with occasional sets up to stomach high.

    CONDITIONS

    Sideshore texture/chop with ESE winds 10-15mph in the morning shifting E for the afternoon.

    TIDES / SUN

    AM

    LOW
    12:10 pm @ 0.6 ft

    HIGH
    6:09 am @ 1.5 ft

    SUNRISE
    6:33 am

    PM

    LOW
    N/A

    HIGH
    5:40 pm @ 1.3 ft

    SUNSET
    5:46 pm

    WEATHER

    6 am

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 13 mph

    ENE 3.4 ft @ 6 sec

    78° Mostly Cloudy

    9 am

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 13 mph

    ENE 3.5 ft @ 6 sec

    78° Mostly Cloudy

    12 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 14 mph

    ENE 3.5 ft @ 7 sec

    77° Overcast

    3 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 14 mph

    ENE 3.6 ft @ 7 sec

    N 0.6 ft @ 7 sec

    77° Overcast

    6 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 13 mph

    ENE 3.6 ft @ 7 sec

    N 0.8 ft @ 7 sec

    76° Overcast

  • SATURDAY

    AM:

    3+ ft

    CHOPPY

    PM:

    2-3+ ft

    CHOPPY

    SURF

    Waist high ENE short period wind swell with occasional stomach high sets.

    CONDITIONS

    Choppy/sideshore current with E winds 15-20mph.

    TIDES / SUN

    AM

    LOW
    12:05 am @ 0.2 ft

    HIGH
    7:00 am @ 1.7 ft

    SUNRISE
    6:34 am

    PM

    LOW
    1:16 pm @ 0.6 ft

    HIGH
    6:22 pm @ 1.2 ft

    SUNSET
    5:46 pm

    WEATHER

    6 am

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    ESE 12 mph

    ENE 3.5 ft @ 7 sec

    N 1.5 ft @ 6 sec

    78° Overcast

    9 am

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 17 mph

    ENE 3.4 ft @ 7 sec

    NNE 1.0 ft @ 9 sec

    78° Overcast

    12 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 15 mph

    ENE 3.6 ft @ 7 sec

    NNE 1.1 ft @ 9 sec

    79° Possible Light Rain and

    3 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 14 mph

    ENE 4.2 ft @ 6 sec

    NNE 1.2 ft @ 8 sec

    79° Humid and Overcast

    6 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 13 mph

    ENE 4.2 ft @ 7 sec

    NNE 1.2 ft @ 8 sec

    78° Possible Light Rain

  • SUNDAY

    AM:

    3+ ft

    CHOPPY

    PM:

    2-4 ft

    CHOPPY

    SURF

    Waist high ENE short period wind swell for the morning with occasional stomach sets. This builds to waist to chest high for the afternoon.

    CONDITIONS

    Sideshore texture/chop with E winds 10-15mph in the morning increasing to 15-20mph in the afternoon.

    TIDES / SUN

    AM

    LOW
    12:42 am @ 0 ft

    HIGH
    7:50 am @ 1.9 ft

    SUNRISE
    6:34 am

    PM

    LOW
    2:18 pm @ 0.6 ft

    HIGH
    7:05 pm @ 1.1 ft

    SUNSET
    5:46 pm

    WEATHER

    6 am

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 12 mph

    ENE 3.2 ft @ 7 sec

    NNE 2.1 ft @ 7 sec

    79° Overcast

    9 am

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 14 mph

    ENE 3.6 ft @ 7 sec

    N 0.6 ft @ 12 sec

    80° Overcast

    12 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 16 mph

    ENE 3.7 ft @ 7 sec

    N 0.9 ft @ 12 sec

    79° Rain and Humid

    3 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 15 mph

    ENE 4.0 ft @ 7 sec

    N 1.2 ft @ 11 sec

    77° Possible Light Rain

    6 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 14 mph

    ENE 4.4 ft @ 7 sec

    N 1. 5 ft @ 11 sec

    76° Rain

  • MONDAY

    AM:

    2-4 ft

    CHOPPY

    PM:

    2-4 ft

    CHOPPY

    SURF

    Waist to chest high ENE wind swell.

    CONDITIONS

    Sideshore texture/chop with E winds 10-15mph.

    TIDES / SUN

    AM

    LOW
    N/A

    HIGH
    N/A

    SUNRISE
    N/A

    PM

    LOW
    N/A

    HIGH
    N/A

    SUNSET
    N/A

    WEATHER

    6 am

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    ESE 13 mph

    ENE 4.2 ft @ 7 sec

    NNW 1.7 ft @ 9 sec

    77° Windy and Overcast

    9 am

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 12 mph

    ENE 4.1 ft @ 7 sec

    NNW 1.7 ft @ 9 sec

    77° Possible Light Rain and

    12 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 14 mph

    ENE 4.0 ft @ 8 sec

    NNW 1.8 ft @ 8 sec

    76° Possible Light Rain and

    3 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 13 mph

    ENE 4.0 ft @ 8 sec

    NNW 1.7 ft @ 8 sec

    75° Possible Light Rain and

    6 pm

    WIND

    SWELL

    WEATHER

    E 12 mph

    ENE 4. 0 ft @ 8 sec

    NNW 1.7 ft @ 8 sec

    74° Possible Light Rain and

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Surf Puerto Rico- Perfect Barrels on a Caribbean Island

If you are planning to surf Puerto Rico, this article will provide you with all the information you need. From general travel info, to surf seasons, surf spots, and everything else you need to know about surfing in Puerto Rico.

About Surfing in Puerto Rico

 

If riding perfect waves in a tropical paradise, just a short flight from the US, sounds appealing to you, then you need to surf Puerto Rico. Actually, it can be your best option to escape the American winter for a week or two. With powerful waves and variety of surf spots, Puerto Rico got its nickname “Hawaii of the Atlantic”, and it probably produces the best surf in the Caribbean.

Puerto Rico is a US Nation located on a Caribbean Island, just next to Dominican Republic. It is famous for its beautiful landscape, mountains, rainforests, and waterfalls. Moreover, it is a very popular holiday destination, with great beaches, kicking nightlife, restaurants, and casinos.

As for the surf in Puerto Rico, it is absolutely spectacular. Since its coastline is exposed to the North Atlantic swells, the waves here are very consistent. Moreover, it offers breaks of all kinds, from reef breaks, to points, and beach breaks.

In general, you need to be a good surfer in order to surf Puerto Rico, as the waves here are challenging. However, if you are a beginner or intermediate, don’t worry, there are some perfect beaches for you too.

The only downside of surfing in Puerto Rico is the crowds. Since it is so epic and so popular, everybody wants a piece of it. Therefore, you have to either deal with the competition in the lineup, or just go to the less crowded spots. Luckily, there are plenty of those too, and there are more than enough waves for everyone to have fun.

Surf Seasons in Puerto Rico

 

In General, the winter is the best time to surf Puerto Rico. However, that is also depends on your skill level, and what exactly are you looking for. To clarify, take a look at this breakdown:

 

During wintertime, between Novembers to February, the North Atlantic swells hit the Puerto Rican Coast with massive power. Therefore, you can expect some big waves and great consistency every single day. If you are an advanced surfer, this is definitely the time you want to surf in Puerto Rico. Moreover, this is also the dry season, which makes it even nicer.

 

The spring (March and April) and the fall (September and October) are known as “shoulder season”. During these months the waves range from 2 to 4 feet, and this is the perfect time for beginners and intermediate surfers. Moreover, during “shoulder season” the crowd in the lineup is significantly lower.

 

Finally, the summer months, from May to August, are pretty small and inconsistent. Even though this Hurricane season can bring some good occasional swells, it is not something you can count on for a surf trip.

 

As for the weather, it is always warm, and the water as well. Therefore, when surfing in Puerto Rico, there is no need for a wetsuit. 

 

Travel Information

 

Language- Spanish.

Population- over 3 Million.

Currency- U.S dollar.

Calling code- +1.

Time zone- GMT -4.

Pros- great variety of breaks, warm water.

Cons- extremely crowded. 

Surf Spots in Puerto Rico

 

Even though the South Coast faces the Caribbean Sea and receives some occasional swells, the Northern Coast is where the real surf is. Therefore, when surfing in Puerto Rico, this is where you want to be focusing at. In detail, these are the main surf spots in Puerto Rico: 

Rincon:

Rincon is the most popular surf town in Puerto Rico. It is located at the North West part of the country and offers variety of breaks, surf shops, restaurants and great nightlife. If powerful reef breaks is what you are after, you will find them at Antonio’s, Pool’s, and Domes. Other great spots are Sandy Beach and Maria’s. Moreover, if you are looking for some really huge waves, the best place to find them is at Tres Palmas.

Read more in our post about surfing in Rincon..

Aguadilla:

The long beach strep next to Aguadilla is one of the most beautiful ones, and it also offers a huge selection of surf breaks. In fact, this area was recently announced as a world surfing reserve, the first one ever in the Caribbean. Most of the breaks here are softer than the ones in Rincon, and therefore, suitable for all skill levels. The most popular ones are Bridges, Crash Boat, Wilderness, Surfer Beach, Punta Borinquen, and Gas Chambers.

Isabela:

This beach strep on the North West Coast also have some of the best waves in the country. Middles Beach hosts the Annual Corona Pro Surf Competition with a punchy break, and it also offers a beginner’s wave down the beach. At Jobos Beach you can find some great breaks too, and even take some surf lessons.

La Marginal:

Just on the high way, next to the town of Arecibo, you will find this great spot. This beach produces consistent surf and picks up any swell. When the wind blows offshore you can get here some wonderful barrels.

Kikita:

Most of the foreigners who surf in Puerto Rico never come to this spot. Actually, it is kind of an underground beach, and mostly locals surf here. However, if you make the effort to get here, you will get some very powerful waves with no crowds.

San Juan:

The Puerto Rican Capital has some surf Scene of its own. Sure, like in every big city, the beaches are crowded and not as nice as in other spots, but still, good waves are found here too. La Ocho is a one of the breaks, especially for advanced surfers. In order to get there you will need to paddle from Escambron Beach. Playa Aviones is another popular spot. In fact, it is one of the most consistent ones in the country, and it is the local’s favorite.

Luquillo:

This town on the North East Coast offers some nice beach break. At La Pared (The Wall) you can find some great waves for beginners and practice over a sandy bottom.

Los Tubos:

“The Tubes” in English, in the town of Manati, is a beach for advanced surfers only. It hosts several local surf competitions, and it is most popular among Body boarders.

Bocas del Cibuco:

You will find this spot in a beautiful bay in front of a National Reserve in the middle of the North Coast. The waves here break far in the deep water, and offer some very long rides.

If you are new to surfing, and you are looking for beginner waves, check out our post about the best beginner surf beaches in Puerto Rico.

 

Surf Hotels in Puerto Rico

When coming to surf in Puerto Rico, you want to make sure you stay in the right place, which means, as close as possible to the best waves. These are some of the most recommended surf hotels in the island:

Casa Isleña, Rincon– Located on the beach front with views of the Caribbean Sea, Casa Isleña features an outdoor swimming pool and a terrace. It offers free Wi-Fi and free private parking on site.

Casa Canal, the Ultimate Casa– Located in Rincon, just 1.2 km from Doña Lala Beach, Casa Canal, the Ultimate Casa provides beachfront accommodation with an outdoor swimming pool, a bar, a garden and free WiFi. Featuring free private parking, the villa is in an area where guests can engage in activities such as hiking, snorkeling and windsurfing.

Aguada of the Seas, Aguadilla– Set 47 km from Rio Camuy Cave Park, Aguada of the Seas offers a restaurant, a bar and air-conditioned accommodation with a balcony and free WiFi.

For more surf hotels in Puerto Rico check out the best deals on Booking.com.

If you want to stay in a surf camp visit our post about the best surf camps in Puerto Rico.

 

To sum up, Puerto Rico is an extremely popular surf destination, and for a good reason. Who doesn’t want to surf perfect wave on a Caribbean Island with warm blue water? With such high quality waves and great atmosphere, surfing in Puerto Rico is a recopy for having a good time

GISMETEO: Giant jets over Puerto Rico: video — Science and space

GISMETEO: Giant jets over Puerto Rico: video — Science and space | Weather news.

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On September 5, Franky Lucena pointed his camera towards a tropical wave just south of Puerto Rico.

Tropical wave is a type of area of ​​low atmospheric pressure, elongated and oriented from north to south. It moves from east to west across the tropics, causing clouds and thunderstorms.

Lucena said that he was able to capture several giant jets and sprite clusters.

He has been observing sprites and giant jets for years, and he says weaker weather systems are often the source of powerful upward lightning. He noted that the rising tropical waves produced the most sprites. Often these systems then intensify into hurricanes.

However, sprite activity drops after this. Lucena has observed many passing hurricanes — strangely, their tops are «quiet». Hurricanes also produce less regular lightning, according to NASA. These eddies usually lack the vertical winds needed to «charge» the storm and unleash powerful lightning.

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Top 10 Events Puerto Rico / Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is the fodder of many Caribbean dreams for good reason: This natural jewelry box can satisfy the lethargic beach bum, the rising rainforest hiker and the aspiring big wave surfer — all on a long weekend.

Its coral reefs are teeming with tropical fish, limestone caves in the misty central hills fill with the chirping of coca frogs, and its unique collection of forests — some of the wettest and driest in the Caribbean — feed some of the rarest birds in the world. Start dreaming in Puerto Rico with our top 10 Char Island travel experiences:

1. Mysterious Old San Juan

Even those with limited speed can easily fall under the seductive spells of Old San Juan’s cobblestone streets, pastel-coloured colonial buildings and grand fortresses. From the ramparts of El Morro, the charm of this place is evident in all directions — from the labyrinth of twisting streets to the endless sparkle of the Atlantic. During the day, immerse yourself in historical stories of blood and bombs; at night, float in crowds of giggling tourists, bustling locals and syncopated salsa beats.

View from the ramparts of El Morro in old San Juan © Tomás Fano / CC BY-SA 2.0

2. Beaches

It’s the sand of sand between your toes, the brilliant sheen of turquoise water and the rhythmic sound of scalloped waves, maybe the sound of your favorite record in your headphones — endows Puerto Rico with the qualities of a dream. From the golden, crescent-shaped paradise of Playa Flamenco (considered one of the best beaches in the world) crowded with fragrant coconut oil of Brazil’s little piece of Puerto Rico, Playa Isla Verde, and a secluded mangrove hideout in the south, to rough surf in the west, Puerto’s endless beaches -Riko are dreamy.

3. Bioluminescent Coves

Few experiences can inspire a spine-tingling spine to swim in inky waves under a canopy of stars and witness one of nature’s most tactile foci: the otherworldly sparkling of bioluminescent waters. Swimming or kayaking in Puerto Rico’s bioluminescent bays and seeing the shimmering shimmer of water dripping from your hands or illuminating your paddle stroke promises to experience deep wonder. The bioluminescent waters in the bays of Vieques reveal the phenomenon at its most fantastic.

4. Catch some baseball

The stands at Island Béisbol (baseball) stadiums show much more than nine innings of play — a prime position in the fickle Caribbean love of baseball. Puerto Rico’s zeal for the sport may never fill the huge stadiums that dot the island, but modest games and cheap tickets keep baseball fans in the know. Expect a clash between up-and-coming liger farmers looking for their big shot and fading Major League Basketball stars looking to come out in a blaze of glory.

5. Sunset Rum Cocktails

If there is an elixir that will help these sunsets imprint your memory forever, it will probably be in a tall, cold glass. From piña coladas with toy umbrellas to the usual Cuban libres (rum and Coke with a lime wedge), you won’t be able to leave King Sugar without enjoying a rum cocktail during a breathtaking sunset. Find a comfortable bass in the west — maybe Rincon’s super-cold surfer, Tamboo Tavern, or breezy, upscale comfort at Eclipse — and get a taste of heaven.

6. Swimming and snorkeling

Many of the island’s most amazing diving and snorkeling sites lie outside the touristy tourist corridors, on satellite islands off the east or south coast of the main island and coral reefs to the southwest. In the morning, the water in these areas is crystal clear and usually calm enough to paddle around for hours enjoying visibility up to 75 feet. And what a view — expect a riot of colorful fish, coral formations and, if you’re lucky, a lazy beam. The clear waters sequence of Isla Deseceo, off the island’s west coast, is also at the top of any diver’s wish list.

The waters of Puerto Rico are the main diving area. © NOAA Photo Library / CC by 2.0

7. Ponce Museums

Ponce, the so-called «Pearl of the South», boasts a variety of museums with enough variety to satisfy the most intellectually predatory museum hunter. Those interested in the island’s distinctive rhythms should start at the Museo de la Música Puertorriqueña before touring the lovingly restored plantation at Hacienda Buena Vista or the best art museum in the Caribbean, the Museo de Arte de Ponce.

8. Cuisine in Sofo San Juan

When cruise ships glimmer like floating cities on docks just offshore, SoFo’s world-class restaurants (short for «South of Fortaleza,» of course) step up to the occasion, wowing their international audiences with the most inventive gourmet cuisine in the Caribbean.

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