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RE: weekend / day surf trips from santiago« on: March 03 2011 05:03:00 »
I am a New Zealander arriving in Santiago early April and looking to surf my way from Pichelemu up to Arica, then Chicama.
Would be keen to hear from anyone who has any tips on transport/wants to do some surfing around Chile!.
RE: weekend / day surf trips from santiago« Reply #1 on: March 03 2011 20:03:00 »
i was reading your postings
i have a hostel in Pichilemu, close to punta de lobos
so if you want to came here you are welcome to visit us
we have a small house for just 12 people with a great view and the best breakfast in town
check our website
you can send us an email and we can arrange surf lessons or we can help you renting stuff for you guys
have a good trip to the surf capitol in chile
buena suerte y buenas olas
RE: weekend / day surf trips from santiago« Reply #2 on: March 07 2011 08:03:00 »
Buses from santiago to renaca is easy- hop on a bus to vina del mar and take a micro/collectivo to renaca from there. Same to pichilemu - you can grab a bus directly from the Santiago (university de santiago) terminal - not estacion central- but its a 5 min walk between the two. Buses go straight there for $5,000 CP.
If anyone is looking to buy a board in Region V area,I have an Al Merrick Ksmall tuflite board for sale in Chile. It's a 6'2 x 19 3/8 x 2 1/4.
Contact for more details and photos
RE: weekend / day surf trips from santiago« Reply #3 on: March 14 2011 18:03:00 »
Im heading to Chile to surf end of April to Mid-May!!
Looking to travel along coast possibly starting in Maintencillo and all the way down to Pichilemu. I must say though I am a beginner lol :P
What's your itinerary?!