When you visit Safari Surf School, one thing you'll learn about us immediately, is that we're a sustainability driven business that enjoys bringing two different cultures together for one amazing experience full of new friendships and a lifetime of memories for our guests.
Safari Surf School has been sharing its “stoke” and passion for surfing for over 13 ...
Located in Nosara, Jungles Edge is Costa Rica’s newest destination for travelers seeking a true pura vida experience. Nestled mere minutes from Playa Guiones, Jungles Edge offers an extraordinarily beautiful and natural setting in one of National Geographic Adventurers “Top 20 Surf Locations in the World.”
While staying at one of Jungle Edge’s many accommodations, guests will be ...
Costa Rica, Panama and Nicaragua play host to a multitude of fantastic set-ups spanning both the Pacific and Caribbean. The Pacific coast is famed for its classic beach breaks and long points which work all year round. Fast breaking hollow but accessible waves have made the Pacific coast an extremely popular destination. Less swell arrives during the dry season but offshore winds blow nearly every day. Costa Rica is by far the most popular and crowded of these countries due mainly to its accessibility. The region was first surfed sometime in the early 1960s by visiting Americans. The Caribbean side receives surprisingly good swell in-season and reefbreaks such as Coast Rica's Salsa Brava and Panama's Bocas Del Toro are equal to most comparisons. Water temperatures rarely vary, hovering around 27-28Â°C or 81 to 82Â°F.
Surf camps can offer a variety of types of accommodation such as apartments, hotels, rooms, camping or dormitories together with food, surf lessons and group activities. Often included are guided surf tours of the best local spots along with surf hire, videos, photography, professional coaching and even some night life.