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Topic: Tips for one month surf stay in Itacare?
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Topic: Tips for one month surf stay in Itacare?
Views: 3824 Replies: 4

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Lani

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Tips for one month surf stay in Itacare?

Hey,
I'm quitting my job (yay!) in march/april and would like to spend a month or so surfing in Itacare. Would love some advice on a cheap place to stay for a month (perhaps a studio apartment?), someplace close to the beach break? I'll probably have to buy a used board down there- are there any monthly surf swaps or anything?  Tips, advice? Oh, and I'll be a girl traveling solo- will things be cool for me? I'm pretty versed traveler.

Thanks for the help!

By:

Wilson

RE: Tips for one month surf stay in Itacare?

Itacare is a great little town, I'm so jealous! It's a really friendly place - you could probably find a rental on itacare.com, and I think they also list the pousadas, which are a great deal. There are a few little surf shops right in town, no worries on renting or buying a board. Everyone is really friendly - bring some surf magazines and stickers for the locals and they'll take good care of you. The locals don't speak much English, by the way, so definitely learn a few Portuguese phrases. Have fun!
Wilson



By:

Wilson

RE: Tips for one month surf stay in Itacare?

Itacare is a great little town, I'm so jealous! It's a really friendly place - you could probably find a rental on itacare.com, and I think they also list the pousadas, which are a great deal. There are a few little surf shops right in town, no worries on renting or buying a board. Everyone is really friendly - bring some surf magazines and stickers for the locals and they'll take good care of you. The locals don't speak much English, by the way, so definitely learn a few Portuguese phrases. Have fun!
Wilson

By:

traydor

RE: Tips for one month surf stay in Itacare?

bring lotsa dollars and condoms.


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