These camps started popping up in the 1990s mainly in Portugal, but now they’re in many countries, including Australia, Philippines, Costa Rica and even Morocco. Check out these from Surfer Today.
Most surf camps offer all-inclusive packages at various prices and levels, and campers usually stay anywhere from five days to eight weeks, either in private accommodations or shared rooms. Want to go solo? Cool, you can make friends from all over the world. Most campers are not only there to learn how to surf, but to also meet new people, travel and enjoy the local nightlife. Or maybe you’ve got a friend who also needs a break—bring them too.
To read more, follow this link. Book yours today!
June 27, 2017 at 3:51 pm
Great post 🙂