Surf, Rain, and Mangos on the Osa Peninsula!

July Swells Keep Rolling In

May through August is the kick off to rainy season here on the Osa.  If you were to name this season, I guess you could call it Fall since the heavy rains of September through November follow, and are referred to as invierno (winter).  Daily rain showers cool the earth and the crispy brown jungle comes back to life.  With the rains comes an abundance of fruit!  Mangos, avocados, mamonchinos, and mangosteen are just a few of the crops that produce at this time of year on the Osa.  It’s also the unofficial surf season.  South swells begin to usher in late April and continue through August.  Needless to say, it’s my favorite time of year!  If you’ve always been a dry season visitor, you may want to give it a try.  You may be pleasantly surprised:)

Posted on Aug 29th, 2014 by admin

One response to “Surf, Rain, and Mangos on the Osa Peninsula!”

  1. bet says:

    Thanks for your information A good article and interesting.

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