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Bodyboarding in Boca de Pascuales, Tecoman, Colima Mexico

Wave Quality:
Normal
Wave Type:
Sand-bar and Barreling
Maximum Wave Length:
150m/492ft
High Season:
All Year
Boca de Pascuales is located in the western side of Mexico, in the Mexican state of Colima and in the municipality of Tecoman. Tecoman and Manzanillo are the two biggest and most famous cities in the state of Colima.

Boca de Pascuales is a famous spot for surfing as for body-boarding too. Wave quality is normal, as in normal days the waves are up to 50m/164ft long. In good days their length average from 50m/164ft to 150m/492ft long. As for the type of the wave is sand-bar while both barreling and direction are right and left. The waves are a real fun for boarders, since they are hollow and powerful. Good swell direction comes from the south and southeast and the size of the swell starts working from 1m/3.3ft and holds up to 5m/16.4ft and over. Furthermore, the optimum wind direction is when coming from the east and northeast. Boarders may practice their favorite extreme sport all over the year at Boca de Pascuales.

Generally, it is a body-boarding spot that previous experience is absolutely needed. Unfortunately, beginners in body-boarding may practice for example, at Barra de Navidad, which is at 125km/77.7miles in the north-west of Boca De Pascuales. In that spot, the conditions are more suitable for novices in order to take some lessons. After that, Boca de Pascuales will be a feasible goal. Finally, boarders should be very careful because the beach is usually overcrowded.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Guadalajara International Airport
261km/162.2miles,2 hours 55 minutes
1. Head west 2. Exit the roundabout 3. Keep left at the fork and continue to Chapala - Guadalajara / México 23/México 44 N 4. Slight right to Chapala - Guadalajara / México 23/México 44 N Continue to follow the Chapala - Guadalajara / México 23 5. Take the exit toward Nogales / Colima 6. Enter the Anillo Periférico Sur Manuel Gómez Morin 7. Continue to Anillo Periférico Sur 8. Continue to Anillo Periférico Sur Manuel Gómez Morin 9. Continue along Av Periférico Manuel Gómez Morin 10. Slight right onto the ramp to Colima / Cd. Guzman / Cumbres Guadalajara / Alpes Bugambilias 11. Get in Guadalajara - Acatlan de Juarez / Guadalajara - Colima / Guadalajara - Tonila Continue to follow the Guadalajara - Colima 12. Continue to Guadalajara - Acatlan de Juarez 13. Continue to Guadalajara - Colima / Guadalajara - Tonila Continue to follow the Guadalajara - Colima With controlled toll road 14. Continue to Colima-Tecoman/Jiquilpan-Manzanillo/México 110 15. Slight right to enter Insurgentes / México 200 to Tecomán 16. Turn right at the Torres Ortiz 17. Continue towards Torres Ortiz Sur 18. Turn right at the 20 de Noviembre / Colima Tecomán - Boca de Pascuales Continue to follow the Colima Tecomán - Boca de Pascuales Your destination will be on your left Colima Tecomán - Boca de Pascuales
BY CAR FROM Playa de Oro International Airport
109km/67.7miles, 1 hour 26 minute
Playa de Oro International Airport Colima Mexico1. head east 2. Turn right Cihuatlán - Manzanillo / Manzanillo - Cihuatlán 3. Turn right at the Cihuatlán - Manzanillo / Manzanillo - Cihuatlán 4. Continue to Manzanillo - Puerto Vallarta / Puerto Vallarta - Manzanillo / México 200 Continue to follow the México 200 5. Continue to Manzanillo-Colima/México 200D With controlled toll road 6. Continue to Independencia 7. Continue to Camino Real 8. Take exit México 200 to Tecomán 9. Keep right at the fork and enter the Insurgentes / México 200 10. Turn right at the Torres Ortiz 11. Continue towards Torres Ortiz Sur 12. Turn right at the 20 de Noviembre / Colima Tecomán - Boca de Pascuales Continue to follow the Colima Tecomán - Boca de Pascuales 13. turn left Boca de Pascuales Colima, Mexico
BY AIR
Guadalajara International Airport,
261km/162.2miles.
BY AIR
Playa de Oro International Airport,
109km/67.7miles.
BY TRAIN

The port of Manzanillo is connected to Guadalajara and Mexico City by Ferromex rail lines.

Where to Stay

Manzanillo and Tecoman offer many hotels for every taste and budget.

HOTELS

Where to Have Fun

Great restaurants and bars are ready to impress you, offering delicious meals and refreshing cocktails.

Schools & Shops

Unfortunately there are no many choices for renting the appropriate equipment. So, bring your board just in case you can’t find one.

SHOPS

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