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Topic: Cabarete surf camp

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replies: 40

By:

Clinton Petersson

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Dominican Republic Dominican Republic

 

RE: Cabarete surf camp

« on: May 10 2009 17:05:00 »

Here's the lowdown:

It's 'so so / ok' accommodation, basic and not particularly great value, descent atmosphere and at times 'ok' food, as long as you don't eat the daily surf camp special, which is a shame since anything else costs extra.

have fun, stop whining, surf more.

By:

Clinton Petersson

RE: Cabarete surf camp

« Reply #1 on: May 10 2009 17:05:00 »

Oh and to answer the first question:

it's not really close to the beach and town no, but you can walk, about 10-15 minutes

By:

Walter Lara

RE: Cabarete surf camp

« Reply #2 on: May 12 2009 15:05:00 »

Planning on a surf trip sometime in July. Want to stay in a
4 star hotel and spent most of my time surfing.
Any suggestions?

By:

JC

RE: Cabarete surf camp

« Reply #3 on: May 12 2009 20:05:00 »

Wyndham Tangerine a.i. Hotel or Velero Beach resort

By:

Tim

RE: Cabarete surf camp

« Reply #4 on: June 04 2009 14:06:00 »

What's the name of the cheap hotel next to the Cabarete surf camp?



By:

Jean Luc

RE: Cabarete surf camp

« Reply #5 on: June 12 2009 13:06:00 »

Werner, I would advice you to not believe too much of what Ali says in his surf camp website: It is not close to the beach, and it is always very vague about the prices, also with the email contacts I had with them.

I left after 1 day

By:

Marco

RE: Cabarete surf camp

« Reply #6 on: January 04 2010 08:01:00 »

I was at Ali's surfcamp  years ago, reading this makes me laugh, I cannot believe that Ali is still offering those shit shaq huts for inflated prices.

By:

Dom

RE: Cabarete surf camp

« Reply #7 on: January 07 2010 19:01:00 »

You mean Ali? from Ali's surf camp. the german surf camp owner that has never surfed himself?
Go figure

By:

Gina Lacrosse

RE: Cabarete surf camp

« Reply #8 on: January 30 2010 13:01:80 »

Only 1 place in Cabarete that's worse in the false advertising department than Cabarete's Ali surf camp and that is the Cabarete Extreme Hotel.

Thinking about staying at any of these 2 places? Be warned, what it looks like on the web is not what it is like in reality,.

By:

Paul

RE: Cabarete surf camp

« Reply #9 on: February 15 2010 17:02:767 »

Just came back from 10 days at Swell, that place rocks!
Best location, best people, quality rooms and superb vibe.

Don't even think about staying anywhere else if you are a surfer that likes a good vibrant crowd


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