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Topic: Surf Camps.

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replies: 5

By:

Nick

Posted in

Mexico Mexico

 

Surf Camps.

« on: March 26 2009 19:03:00 »

Looking for a all inclusive Surf Camp for beginners in Mexico or Costa Rica. So far I have found Sinaloa Surf School in Mexico, which looks like a ok deal.
So if anybody knows of any other schools that draw adults that would be helpful.

By:

Danny

RE: Surf Camps.

« Reply #1 on: April 14 2009 21:04:00 »

Hi,

I suggest you to stay with the guys of SurfinMazatlan.com. They can give the lessons that you need,taking you to the right place for waves according to your skills,  thay also show you around, they are really friendly and people like them a lot, they take care of you like a family member, plus they make sure you see the best in town and a good time. Just get on line and check what they have, you can not loose anything.

Good look man

By:

Danny

RE: Surf Camps.

« Reply #2 on: April 14 2009 21:04:00 »

Hi,

I suggest you to stay with the guys of SurfinMazatlan.com. They can give the lessons that you need,taking you to the right place for waves according to your skills,  thay also show you around, they are really friendly and people like them a lot, they take care of you like a family member, plus they make sure you see the best in town and a good time. Just get on line and check what they have, you can not loose anything.

Good look man

By:

Danny

RE: Surf Camps.

« Reply #3 on: April 14 2009 21:04:00 »

Hi,

I suggest you to stay with the guys of SurfinMazatlan.com. They can give the lessons that you need,taking you to the right place for waves according to your skills,  thay also show you around, they are really friendly and people like them a lot, they take care of you like a family member, plus they make sure you see the best in town and a good time. Just get on line and check what they have, you can not loose anything.

Good look man



By:

Costa Rica Surf Camp

RE: Surf Camps.

« Reply #4 on: April 16 2009 18:04:00 »

Try Una Ola Surf Resort in Playa Grande, Costa Rica.  They have an all-inclusive learn to surf camp that is great for adults.


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