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Surfing Itacare« on: July 20 2006 05:07:00 »
I am looking at a trip to Itacare? I wanted to know what the waves and vibe is like? Are the peolple friendly or are there hassles in and out of the water?
RE: Surfing Itacare« Reply #1 on: July 29 2006 04:07:00 »
Itacare is beautiful!!! the people are super amicably, the surfing in the beach gives Tiririca it is very good, but generally in the morning, because in the evening it raises little wind, I recommend to you to visit " Barra Grande" there are immense virgin beaches, with very good waves
RE: Surfing Itacare« Reply #2 on: July 31 2006 04:07:00 »
Thanks for the info Marcela. Have you heard of a place called Serra Grande? What is it like?
RE: Surfing Itacare« Reply #3 on: July 13 2007 03:07:00 »
Hi I'm going to itacare at the beginning of august, can anyone recommend nice but cheap accomodation and a place to rent surf boards. I'm traveliing with my girlfriend, shes a beginner and i'm intermediate level.
Surfing Itacare« Reply #4 on: July 15 2007 13:07:00 »
Hi, I'm going to Itacare in August - I'll be there from the 11tht to the 19th. I'm staying at Pousada Girassol (www.itacare.com/pousada/girassol/ ), though I hear all of the little Pousadas in town are nice and cheap. I booked through the Easy Drop Surf Camp (easydrop.com).
RE: Surfing Itacare« Reply #5 on: July 27 2007 16:07:00 »
I live in Itacare and run a small hotel on Praia da Concha, (www.coqueiro-verde.com) and surf when I can.
I know a couple of good surf teachers I could hook you up with when you arrive in town. Expect to pay around R$80/day.
There are board hire shops all over town. Expect to pay between R$15-R$30 a day for a board dependng on the lenght of hire and quality of board.
RE: Surfing Itacare« Reply #6 on: August 06 2007 08:08:00 »
I recomend you a good way to save money...
get surf lesson and a place to stay> It's pousada Terral on Tiririca beach where I spent more than 2 weeks and was absolutely great and fun and...good waves in the early morning.
I got a package for surf lesson and 2 weeks stayng with breakfats for a good price. contact me if you need anything about Itacare'. Cheers/ JO'
Surfing Itacare« Reply #7 on: August 06 2007 09:08:00 »
People are just great in Itacare'!
Go to Creperia to get nice people and if you are looking for a place to stay you can go to TIRIRICA...Pousada Terral.
You will have fun! It's nice and it's full of night life and music as well
RE: Surfing Itacare« Reply #8 on: September 04 2007 16:09:00 »
Some of the locals are assholes. They feel they are entitled to what is yours if your a traveler. Thor rents alright boards. When I was there I rented a studio apartment on the street behind thors shop and it was really nice for 20 R$ a night. It was the off season though. Also, go to nigenhoca sp?. It is totally worth the 20 minute bus ride and will be soon privatized by an uber fancy hotel. Hurry and get it while its still public
RE: Surfing Itacare« Reply #9 on: September 18 2007 10:09:00 »
Itacare worst the visit. Surfers in Brazil are mostly the same. Too many surfers in main spots. But if you can search and walk or rent a bike or a car you will find the most incredible beaches arround with no crowd. If need someone to take care of the transport to the spots or classes dont doubt to check easydrop.com, I saw this people in the water teaching and taking care of everyone. Great people, good place to stay, the best surfcamp ever seen.