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Beginner Surfing in Calicoan« on: September 14 2006 11:09:00 »
This will be my first trip to the Phillipines and I would like to learn how to surf while I am there. I will be there between late-December and mid-January mainly in the Bohol and Samar area.
Anyway, just wanting to get some information about surfing in Calicoan (heard it is beautiful there) as far as
1) where/who to get get lessons from
2) cost of the lessons, board rentals etc..
3) are the waves good for beginners
4) places to stay besides the expensive resorts I've heard about
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
RE: Beginner Surfing in Calicoan« Reply #1 on: September 26 2006 09:09:00 »
Any information would be greatly appreciated..
RE: Beginner Surfing in Calicoan« Reply #2 on: September 30 2006 14:09:00 »
There is a $110/day (good for 2-3) people at "The Surf Camp" in Calicoan...
you can also rent surfboards there...
RE: Beginner Surfing in Calicoan« Reply #3 on: October 01 2006 23:10:00 »
well f ur a beginner i think its not the right spot for .. i'm an average surfer.. but i've found calicoan a lil' bit dangerous... RIPTIDE!! watch for it... find some beach breaks.. that will be gtood for beginners...
RE: Beginner Surfing in Calicoan« Reply #4 on: November 15 2006 13:11:00 »
Try Calicoan villa .approximately 50$/night.Food on site.
Lower budget bungalows try muho(australian guy).2$ a night.
RE: Beginner Surfing in Calicoan« Reply #5 on: November 15 2006 22:11:00 »
Hey Jessie, am actually going to Calicoan next week, can let you know how it goes if you want me to email you direct. La Union, a 6hour drive north of Manila, was a good spot for beginners the time I was there. There's a nice beach break near a (cement?) factory up there.
RE: Beginner Surfing in Calicoan« Reply #7 on: September 17 2007 05:09:00 »
e-mail me if you want a surf instuctor/ tour guide.we provide the eqiupment as well.
i'm a local surfer.
RE: Beginner Surfing in Calicoan« Reply #9 on: September 21 2007 05:09:00 »
you can stay in guiuan for a cheaper food and lodging.30 minutes away from calicoan.i suggest you bring your food and water while in abcd.no real store.
abcd is the only break on the area, unless you want to travel up north for 1 hour.
good for beginners on small days,dont forget to bring your booties.