||The year was 1964, on the beach it was Lance Carson hanging ten, in the Auditoriums it was Bruce Brown's "The Endless Summer." Climaxing with flawless Cape St. Francis, Bruce's classic inspired thousands to leave their homes and discover their own perfect wave.
While today's concept of perfection bears little resemblance to chest high peelers, the fantasy of finding a deserted surfing sanctuary remains the same. For those who've found Costa Rica, this dream is a reality. And ever since Ira Opper and crew exposed its empty lineups in the eighties, Costa Rica has been sharing its Latin Aloha with surfers worldwide. Grab a fresca and hang as Long Board TV cruises through the faces and places that make Costa Rica the Surfing Eden it is today.