Paddle Boarding Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

There are several Stand up Paddle events that are taking place this weekend, but one in particular is not the typical SUP scene. In fact it's a week long retreat in an extremely stunning but curious place.

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Paddle Boarding Palapas Ventana, Baja, Mexico

Off the beaten path in Baja, Mexico is a quaint resort called Palapas Ventana. ·Palapas Ventana is 40 minutes from the La Paz international airport and 2 hours from Cabo and it's a great place to stand up paddle.

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Paddle Boarding Costa Maya, Mexico

Imagine leaving all your possessions behind and embarking on a stand up paddle boarding journey of a lifetime. Add to it a long list of desireables such as crystal clear water, a place full of Mayan history, beautiful lagoons, and the second longest reef in the world full of complexities and attractions.

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Punta Sayulita Stand Up Paddle Classic

Punta Sayulita and presenting sponsor, Corona, announce dates for the 2nd Annual Punta Sayulita Longboard & Stand-Up Paddle Classic to be held on March 12 – 13, 2011 in the beautiful surfside village of Sayulita, Mexico, along Mexico’s Riviera Nayarit.

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Paddle Boarding Huasteca, Mexico

Just about everyone is familiar with Mexico's beaches.· Gulf, Caribbean and Pacific sides all offer opportunities for great SUP surfing.· Now it’s time to explore the endless beautiful rivers that Mexico has to offer.

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SUP Surf Contest in Puerto Escondido

Standup paddle surf contest went down in one of the world's heaviest waves, Puerto Escondido, Mexico. Waves were well in the head-high range and standup paddle surfers had to execute surgically precise turns to make through the barrel sections.

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Ikaika Kawai Wins Sayulita SUP Classic

Focus™ Surfboards congratulates team rider 26 year old Ikaika Kawai in his first pro win at the Punta Sayulita Longboard & Stand-Up Paddle Classic, held April 17-18th in beautiful Sayulita, Mexico.

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