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RE: surf travel info« Reply #1 on: March 13 2006 16:03:00 »
Yeah, I could use some info on places to stay becasue I don't want to go on one of those super expensive surf tours.
RE: surf travel info« Reply #2 on: March 19 2006 16:03:00 »
send me some travel info if you have it: buses, hotels, tips etc. thanks.
RE: surf travel info« Reply #3 on: March 21 2006 20:03:00 »
unfortunately, those super expensive surf tours is one of the safest ways to travel in El Salvador. just some advice.....
RE: surf travel info« Reply #4 on: March 22 2006 21:03:00 »
I'd appreciate it if you would send some advice on where to stay, surf, and transportation from san salvador. What does it cost to stay and surf for about a week?
RE: surf travel info« Reply #5 on: March 24 2006 21:03:00 »
if you have any info that you can give me i would appreciate it alot. thanks
RE: surf travel info« Reply #6 on: March 25 2006 14:03:00 »
planning a trip in may--2 people --1 week--we need some nice right handers and lodging. htanks for any info.
RE: surf travel info« Reply #7 on: March 27 2006 01:03:00 »
I need info too! I just bought the ticket on a whim and the trip is in less than a month! Any and all info would be much appreciated. It is safe there right? I thought the war ended over a decade ago?
RE: surf travel info« Reply #8 on: March 28 2006 09:03:00 »
Just returned from a week there, rented surf boards and stayed at Atami, a secured club west of La Libertad about 15 minutes. Great place to stay, only $20/night for basic, clean accomodations, and food is very inexpensive. The country seemed safe to us, people were very friendly and humble if you just tried to smile and communicate. We traveled in a group, went out to local places for lunch and dinner, but locals indicated certain places to avoid at night (Punta Roca, la Libertad beach). Some Spanish is pretty much required, not many locals spoke English. Surfed Sunzal every day, pretty crowded. Also tried El Zonte and K59. Not great day for waves, but great experience!