Surfing is a sport that involves sliding over the waves on a board, standing, for which it requires varied skills such as balance, strength, and coordination.
Colombia has two coasts in the Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean, so it makes surfing Colombia. There are several places we can recommend and started with Playa Palomino, in Guajira; In Tayrona in Platanero, Boca del Rio, Casagrande, Los Angeles and Los Naranjos; Choco Department Nuqui; Salgar, Romance Marino, Villa Alcatraz and The Balsillo in Barranquilla; Spot and Castillo Grande in Cartagena; San Bernardo and Isla Fuerte in Monteria and Punta Sur in San Andres, places for surfing in Colombia.
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