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Chile surf #2« Reply #1 on: August 08 2014 20:08:00 »
We are both average ability, and will not have wetsuit or board with us.
Much thanks in advance.
We live in Oahu, Hawaii and maybe down the road we can pay it forward/back.
RE: Chile en Sept - surf advice/guia, etc.« Reply #2 on: August 17 2014 02:08:00 »
Hey there I'll also be in Chile in mid September and I am planing to go Surfing. I know that ist off season. And most probably bring my own wetsuit since I will be in the North (Atacama Region) and im not sure if they'll have my size there. I am beginners though but if by Chance you are in the North maybe we could go Surfing together. I am planning to organize something with a local through my friends Network in the North.
RE: Chile en Sept - surf advice/guia, etc.« Reply #3 on: September 02 2014 09:09:00 »
In Santiago city you can check out the following:
There you'll see their address. Anyway, the easiest one to reach is surfers paradise, as you can make using the subway, is just a couple blocks off one of the stations.