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horizante surf camp contact info.« on: August 02 2006 12:08:00 »
Anybody know how I can get in touch with this place? I´ve stayed there twice but can´t find the card with the info!
RE: horizante surf camp contact info.« Reply #2 on: April 10 2007 11:04:00 »
Would you like to tell me what kind of surfcamp this is? Do they take you to other breaks and on boats or is it only a place to stay?
Best regards Rikard
RE: horizante surf camp contact info.« Reply #3 on: April 10 2007 17:04:00 »
Saburo and his wife don't have internet so they only check email every few weeks. I made my arrangements through a local I contacted through this site, Francisco Miliani who visits Saburo's a few times a week. his email is [email protected] He will provide airport transport for $35 (the going rate) and can be hired as a guide. Very nice guy.
Horizonte is a cool place to stay but getting to other spots requires taking the bus or making friends with some other surfers staying there or at one of the other hotels and bumming a ride. The wave at Zonte is good but difficult at times and can get a little scary when big sets roll through.