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RE: Im thinking of having a surf camp in colombia« on: February 01 2008 12:02:00 »
I would go I love COLOMBIA I go every year I am surfing Barranquilla next week . Keep me informed I live in the NE on the coast of NH
RE: Im thinking of having a surf camp in colombia« Reply #1 on: February 01 2008 12:02:00 »
i am going to be in Santa Marta the week after next I am going to the carnaval in Barranquilla I want to surf there I surf in the North east of USA thanks steve
RE: Im thinking of having a surf camp in colombia« Reply #2 on: March 31 2008 09:03:00 »
Estamos pensando con mi novio en aprender a surfiar, la verdad no sabemos nada nada, pero tenemos muchas ganas...veo que tu quieres hacer un surf-camp. Le esegnas a debutantes? Si este es el caso me encantaria que hablaramos.
Gracias y hasta pronto!
RE: Im thinking of having a surf camp in colombia« Reply #3 on: April 13 2008 12:04:00 »
Did yo take your trip to Colombia?
I am thinking of travel there(from Panama)
Looking into renting a apartment in Santa Marta or surrounding area,
and exploring the surf from there.
I think you mentioned you are in NH?
I am in Vermont.
Been here waaaaaaay too long. Been out of the water waaay too long. Originally from So Ca.
If yo don't mind letting me know how your trip was; i would appreciate knowing what you found.
RE: Im thinking of having a surf camp in colombia« Reply #4 on: February 24 2009 21:02:00 »
Hey there. I am a Yoga teacher surfer girl and i teach yoga retreats at Tayrona. Totally interested in doing a Yoga/Surf retreat out there so connect with me if you are interested or have connection with coastal areas where there is surf for a retreat in Colombia, especially near Tayrona or Cartagena. My family is Colombian too :) www.yogaforthepeaceful.org
RE: Im thinking of having a surf camp in colombia« Reply #5 on: March 21 2009 14:03:00 »
My friend was recently murdered in Colombia on a surf trip--- they slit his throat in the night and pulled his tongue out his neck!!!!
NO JOKE this places danger meter is pegged--
RE: Im thinking of having a surf camp in colombia« Reply #6 on: October 04 2009 14:10:00 »
hey there is already a great surf camp abouty 10 minutes past park tayrona, its called costeno surf camp, id suggest looking these boys up if you want a surf trip on the caribean. I spent 3 days with them, the waves were decent(i am use to really big waves in northern california) but it was a really fun few days with them
RE: Im thinking of having a surf camp in colombia« Reply #7 on: December 01 2009 22:12:00 »
I would love to go back to Colombia but this time only to search for waves,I have heard mostly about the pacific coast like Nuqui en el Choco but I think it is very remote
I love Colombia and wan't to live in Colombia but I really need to know about Colombian Surf o and ya please guys it is Colombia not Columbia no U in Colombia
RE: Im thinking of having a surf camp in colombia« Reply #8 on: March 03 2010 20:03:960 »
Me (35/25 yrs. surfing/bodyboarding) and my (Colombian, but Cali raised) girlfriend are thinking of going late June into July. Any spots on the West Coast??? Isn't the Caribbean side fickle? Yada yada...? Thanks.
RE: surfing carribean side« Reply #9 on: April 03 2010 19:04:217 »
hey im from New Zealand and my wife and i are doing south america for two months in July through to August.Cant find any info anwhere about when waves are best on the carribean coast of Colombia. Also wheres the best spot on the Pacific side, well be heading to Peru after so could hit that coast on the way down that is unless its to dodgy. Cant believe everything you hear just need to keep your wits about you . Thanks Adam