Left hand point break and beach break. Breaks on large WSW swell. For experienced surfers.
Rivermouth beach break. Breaks on most swells. Watch out for crocodiles! All levels
Outer reef breaks on large SSW swell. Beach break at northern end of beach. Reef for experienced surfers.
Beach Break. Breaks on most swells dependent on sand bar formation. All levels.
Northern end of Santa Teresa. Right hand point break reef. Biggest wave in the area can hold up to 15ft. Can link up with outer reef to make a long ride of up to 200meters. Breaks on big SW to NW swells. For expert surfers.
Consistent beach break. Depends on sand bar formation, usually best at mid to low tide. Breaks best on SW to NW swells. All levels.
Another consistent beach break. Offers several different peaks along the beach, usually best at mid to high tide on SW to NW swells. All levels.
When the beach breaks get too big this place starts to break. Left hand point break rock bottom. Has a few different sections on it’s day and can break all the way through. Tide dependant, can only be surfed at mid to high tide on big S to W swell. For internediate and experienced surfers.
Left hand reef break. One of the most powerful waves in the area. Breaks on large S to SW swell. For expert surfers only.
Left hand cobble stone point break. Breaks on large S to SW swell. Breaks on most tides but usually better mid to high tide. For intermediate and experienced surfers.
Small left hand point break. Rock bottom. Breaks on large S to SW swell. Can only be surfed at high tide. For intermediate to experienced surfers.
Rocky beach break, small waves. Often close outs and lots of rocks. Breaks on large S to SW swell on all tides. For intermediate surfers.
Beach Break. 1/2 hour walk from Montezuma. Slow rolling beginner wave. Breaks on large S to SW swell. Best on higher tide. For beginners and intermediate surfers.