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Topic: Going to be in Chile for a little bit in April ...

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By:

Thomas Martin

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Going to be in Chile for a little bit in April ...

« on: December 08 2009 10:12:00 »

If anyone knows the best place to stay that's cheap within walking distance to 3-4 different waves that would be rad. On my trip, I wont have a car so it would be cool if there was a place close to the beach/not to expensive.

Not looking to spend more then 30USD a night.


Thanks. I know this is a dream situation, but if there is only one good break thats just as fine.

By:

Max

RE: Going to be in Chile for a little bit in April ...

« Reply #1 on: December 08 2009 12:12:00 »

is not a dream situation. go to pichilemu. the surfing capital in chile. you can stay for 25usd in a nice surflodge.

By:

francisco

RE: Going to be in Chile for a little bit in April ...

« Reply #2 on: January 03 2010 17:01:00 »

I tink the same, you should go to pichilemu

By:

rajavieres

RE: Going to be in Chile for a little bit in April ...

« Reply #3 on: February 05 2010 19:02:737 »

Hey Thomas, Pichilemu is in fact the best surfing spot in Chile but such a thing as 3 different waves at walking distance you won't find anywhere in Chile. One of the problems about surfing in Chile would be the distance and the fact that public transportation sucks, so you might have to rent a car, the other problems would be the lack of quality rights and cold water if you go south. To get to the best wave in the country (Punta de Lobos, close to Pichilemu) you NEED a car. The place is awesome and waves are perfect, you don't want to miss that. Chile isn't an expensive country so try to make an efford and rent a car. Along the country you can find awesome places! Cheers!



By:

Valentin Löcker

RE: Going to be in Chile for a little bit in April ...

« Reply #4 on: March 01 2010 11:03:233 »

Pichilemu would be great, but since the tsunami was there, Pichilemu is totally damaged!
I am searching for a good spot too!
greets

By:

nt

RE: Going to be in Chile for a little bit in April ...

« Reply #5 on: March 19 2010 14:03:150 »

Iquique there i like 4 waves in walking distance if not more.


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