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Guatemala Travel

Our Activities

El Paredón may be a small town, but there’s plenty to do in and out of the water. Let us show
you our home break. Sign up for a surf lesson, give wakeboarding a try, take an estuary stand-up paddle tour, or swing by the restaurant and bar for one of our themed nights.

Surf Lessons/ Rentals

Surf class

Foreign travelers first began coming to El Paredón for its consistent waves, so why not learn to surf at Guatemala’s best surf break. Learn to surf from our bilingual surf coaches on our beginner-friendly soft tops. Lessons will start in the white water, where you’ll master paddling and popping up. On small days, you’ll be able to go out to the lineup to catch your first open-face waves. If you’re an experienced surfer, choose a rental board that matches your skill level and paddle out!

Wakeboard the Estuary

Wakeboarding Mangrove tour 

Our premium and favorite tour in El Paredon. Gather some friends and enjoy our daily wakeboard tour on the mangroves. Feel the speed and nature that wakeboarding can provide while you enjoy with your friends and new friends. We need a minimum of 5 people for the tour. It costs Q250 per person and includes a Coconut, all the equipment, tour guide and the boat ride. 

Paddle board

Paddle board 

Explore the rich biodiversity of the area by stand-up paddling through the mangrove trees of the estuary. We offer daily estuary tours where guests explore the river by SUP. El Paredón sits on the edge of Sipacate Naranjo National Park where the mountains of the interior halt and give way to dense mangrove forests, black volcanic sand beaches, and over 90 species of birds.