Costa Rica is one of the safest social environments in Central America. As a result, tourism has flourished, and the country's economy has thrived. Although you'll find a few crowded surf breaks, in a way similar to what you get in Southern California, Australian, and Western Europe, it is safe to say that Costa Rica offers a balanced menu of quality waves and riding opportunities. Costa Rica has a relatively steady climate with temperatures ranging between 78°F and 80°F (26°C-27°C). Rainfalls are intense, yet rare and come in short bursts. The three main surfing provinces in Costa Rica are Guanacaste, Puntarenas, and Limón. Let's take a look at the best surf breaks the country has to offer.