Bodyboarding in Boca de Pascuales, Tecoman, Colima Mexico

Wave Quality:
Wave Type:
Sand-bar and Barreling
Maximum Wave Length:
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 50 m/164 ft long. In good days their length average from 50 m/164 ft to 150 m/492 ft 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 1 m/3.3 ft and holds up to 5 m/16.4 ft 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 125 km/77.7 mi 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.