Once again, El Salvadoran, with its fantastic beaches, will host another top-notch international surfing event.
We are stoked that our junior surfers will experience first-hand the amazing waves and warm hospitality of Surf City El Salvador.” Fernando Aguerre, ISA President.
According to the International Surfing Association (
ISA), “The 18th edition of the event is set to feature the best up-and-coming surfing talent, reaffirming the premier stature of the event as a leading pathway to world-class and Olympic surfing.”
The partnership between El Salvador and the International Surfing Association is reaping great results for the nation.
In 2021, El Salvador successfully hosted the ISA World Surfing Games, the final qualifier event for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. And this year, the country will host the World Surf League Championship Tour for the first time.
As part of the SurfCity initiative, we are honored to host the Games again and continue to show the world what our beautiful country has to offer.”
The Nayib Bukele administration made it clear since it began its term that they wanted to use Surf as a way to attract tourism to El Salvador; and also showcase the fantastic Salvadoran surf spots.
Since 2019, El Salvador and the ISA have developed a relationship that has produced excellent results for El Salvador surfing and tourism.
We are happy to continue partnering with El Salvador to support President Bukele’s objective to build a new future for the country and change people’s lives through surfing.”
El Salvador’s Surf City project, with its fantastic beaches, continues to change people’s opinion of El Salvador.
El Tunco beach and El Sunzal beach, which will host the junior championship, are two of the best surfing spots in El Salvador; they are popular with local and international surfers.