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RIO Surfcamp, Surf School & Tours

Rio de Janeiro, Recreio Macumba, Brazil
Surf Accommodation, Surf Camps & Surf Schools, Surfaris

Introduction

A 30 minute drive from Copacabana and downtown Rio, in the lively seaside resort of Recreio  dos Bandeirantes, the Surfcamp enjoy a perfect location just a two minute walk from the Surfing beach of Macumba, this is a fun, friendly and spacious surf hostel and surf school in Río de Janeiro, at a two minutes walk to the white sandy beach of Praia da Macumba. With waves all year round, it’s the perfect spot for a surf camp in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The area of Macumba and Recreio is ranked as the best and most consistent surf beaches in Rio and was the venue of the 2008 Girls WQS and WCT (world top 44 surfers competition). Macumba-Recreio is also in the middle of a surfing area with 7 famous surfspots. A short drive away are the secluded beaches of Prainha and Grumari, which have amazing pristine jungle mountain backdrop, and on a hot weekend day, are the favourite hangout beaches for surfers, famous actors, and Brazilian hot bodies ! These are the safest, cleanest and most relaxed beaches around Rio.

     

The Surfhouse is a spacious building in a tropical garden just a 2 min. walk from the Surfing beach of Macumba. Whether a seasoned surfer looking for the perfect break, or a beginner who wishes to learn the sport, Rio Surfcamp offer a package for everybody, from surf lessons with fully qualified and passionate Instructors that will show you the basics to surfaris with highly experienced guides that take you to the best surf spots of the day. In addition, you can combine surf with yoga, capoeira or partying in Rio.

 

The Surfcamp

In a quiet area of the lively seaside resort of Recreio, the Surfhostel is a spacious surf style designed  house just a 2 min. walk from the Surfing beach of Macumba. Surrounded by a tropical garden the surfhouse comprises clean and comfortable newly designed room with full bedding for your stay to be perfect. The heart of the surfhouse is the comfortable living room with sofas  flat screen TV and DVD player with a big selection of surf videos and movies. There is also an internet corner with computer and printer. The coming kitchen is fully equipped and this is where your breakfast will be ready for you every morning with fresh Brazilian coffee, tea, fruit juice, a plate of fresh fruits and fresh bread rolls with ham, cheese and jam. When the weather is fine, breakfast is served in the garden under the palm trees. The new bar area is the perfect hang out spot after a sunset surf session, with beer, sodas and bottled water at fair prices. Feel free to put some meat on the BBQ whenever you’re up for it!

You’re welcome to use the kitchen, with a fridge to store food, gas stove, oven and free spices. The kitchen is open from 8am to 10pm.

Accommodation:

 

Double bedroom

 


 

SandDune:
The Sand Dune offers A/C has optional for the hot summer days, so you can relax and enjoy your sleep.

BlueWave
This room offers an extra single bed, to nicely accommodate three people.  

RecreioSunset
A spacious room that offers a nice front yard view, so you can enjoy the nature surrounding the house.

 
GreenBarrel

The Green Barrel provides as optional A/C for the hot nights. It also has an extra bunk-bed in to accommodate groups up to 4 people
.

 

 

Dorm

 

Basic Dorm
A six bed mixed dorm to accommodate travelers on a budget, located in the bottom floor next to all communal areas, with 2 ceiling fans, bed linen and towels for rent if wanted.

 

Comfortable dorm “Surf Shack”
A six bed mixed dorm on the top floor of the house opening out to a big balcony with hammocks to relax and enjoy the surrounding nature. This room has a speed controlled ceiling fan, cabinets and lockers, with linen and towels on request. Here you will be staying if you’re going for our “surf camp package”.

 

 

Surfhouse Facilities:

  • Flat screen TV
  • Surf videos and movies library
  • Computer with Internet access and printer
  • WiFi (broadband)
  • Fully equipped common kitchen
  • Breakfast room
  • Garden
  • Bar

Surfhouse Services:

  • Laundry self-service 
  • Convenience foods, beers, sodas and home made dinners.
  • Off the street parking if you have rented a car.

Activities:

  • Rio City Tour
  • Favela Tour
  • Favela Funk party
  • Kitesurfing
  • Capoeira and Jiu Jitsu
  • Yoga
  • Climbing
  • Handgliding and Paragliding
  • Skydiving
  • Horseback riding
  • Bush walks & Hiking
  • Portuguese Lessons

     

The Surf

Rio De Janeiro is the Mecca of surfing in Brazil.  The Surfcamp ideal location in Rio is second to  none, offering the likes of tropical beaches, uncrowded waves, and consistent swells year round.  There are several beautiful beach breaks to choose from, ranging from beginner to advanced depending on ability and experience.  Rio receives constant good swell from the southern seas as the coastline is facing due south and thanks to its wide southern swell window, there are always waves.

One of the most diverse cities in the world, Rio De Janeiro has a great atmosphere and beautiful beaches such as  Copacabana and Ipanema. But there is also another lesser known side to Rio still somewhat untouched and preserved, and Recreio is one of these untouched part that travellers have yet to discover. Locals know about it as a place where you can get away from the city and into a tropical paradise filled with palm trees, secluded bush walks and perfect waves. All of this only 40 minutes from Copacabana yet miles away from the fast pace and bustle of the city beaches. 

Macumba-Recreio is also in in the middle of a surfing area with 7 famous surfspots. A short drive away are the secluded beaches of Prainha and Grumari, which have amazing jungle mountain backdrop and no real estate development in sight. On a hot weekend day, these are the favourite hangout beaches for surfers, famous actors, and Brazilian hot bodies ! Grumari is even the spot where the beach scene from the movie City of God was filmed. These are the safest, cleanest and most relaxed beaches around Rio. 

      

Surf Lessons

All classes begin with stretching and warm up, so the students start to get in the mood. After that a thorough beach lesson begins so the students have a chance to listen to the instructor`s explanation and observe the demonstrations on land. Movements and techniques demonstrated by the instructor are repeated by the students so they can feel it themselves. This simulation prepares the students for getting into the water and controlling the board in the waves, paddling out, getting trough the surf and standing up.  Before getting in the water the instructor also describes the waves conditions for the day and points put rip currents and sand bars, so the students can be familiar to what is happening in the water at the spot they will be surfing. 

     

Surfaris

This is perfect for the intermediate and experienced surfer wanting to get the most out of his days at the Surf Camp. Local surf guides will take you to the wave of the day and take you to beaches no “regular” transport reaches, including a river mouth that breaks epic with a big south swell. Your surf guide will tell you all about the spots: where to get in, currents and the type of wave you will be paddling out to, anything to give that advantage to a first timer on that break.

     

Shaping room & Surf shop

In association with one of the best shapers in Brazil, the Surfcamp has an on the spot Surf Shop with a shaping room. The surfshop offers brand new and used surfboards off the rack as well as a variety of surfgears that will get you in the water right away. If you want take advantage of the prices of surfboards in Brazil and avoid the hassle of checking them in on your flights, you can either pick a surf board from the rack at your arrival or pre-order a customised board and will have a “magic stick” just waiting for you.

Surf Spots in Rio – Comments and Swell/wind conditions

1. Ipanema:
World famous beach, got know by the famous songs “Garota de Ipanema”. The ebach is aproximatly 2 Km long, with tall buildings on its entire extension. It offers a wide selection of hotels and restaurants perfectly set for tourists from over the world.
On its perfect days, this beach break offers multiple sand bars with fast, short and hollow waves. During the 70`s the “pier” offered perfect waves. Nowadays, you still can see a bit of the structure of it around “Posto 8” where on good days the waves offer perfect walls with quick barrels. On the big south swells, the “ Sao Sebastiao” slab offers large barrels that can be ridden by the experienced surfers.
Swell: east, southeast
Wind: east, northeast
Height: 2 to 6 feet
Bottom: sand
Characteristics: short and fast barrels
Tips: Intense crowd; respect the locals; difficult parking

2. Arpoador
Arpoador is rated as one of the best waves of Rio. Long with maneuverable walls it breaks for over 200 mts on a sand bottom. The crowd is normally intense and locals can be aggressive sometimes. But even then it is worth paddle out on good days, specially with east or southeast swell and east, north or northeast light winds when conditions get perfect.

Swell: east, southeast
Wind: east, northeast
Height: 2 to 10 feet
Bottom: sand
Characteristics: long lefts, maneuverable and with barrel sections
Tips: Intense crowd; respect the locals; difficult parking. To avoid crowds go for a night session as the point is fully lighten by strong lights.

     

3. Barra da Tijuca
Barra is one of the most famous spots within Rio, not only because it holds some of the major surf events in Brazil including the WT, but because of its waves that on the goods days offer long ridable shoulders and fast and hollow barrels. It is the longest beach in Rio with 17 Kms. Along the strecht it is possible to find perfect sand bards – specially after the big storms – and hidden slabs that offer good waves with the right conditions. The “Reserva” area, offers empty line ups on the week days, so if you are lucky you can score good waves with only your friends around.
Swell: south, southwest, southeast, east
Wind: Northeast, light east
Height: 2 to 6 feet
Bottom: sand
Characteristics: maneuverable waves, formed by many sand hills and ditches for all over the beach
Tips: Choosing the right ditch, you can surf alone; parking accessible by all sea shore

4. Recreio do Bandeirantes
Recreio is located at south end of Barra da Tijuca. There are a multiple sand banks along the beach that can offer perfect “A” frames on the good days. At the further south end, a good right breaks along the rock on east or southeast swell and southwest wind. It is a good option for beginners and for big riders holding waves up to 8ft.

Swell: Southwest, southeast and east
Wind: South, Southwest
Heights: 2 to 8 feet
Bottom: Sand
Characteristics: maneuverable waves with long rights breaking off the rock. Towards the middle, lefts and rights break along different sand bars. Tips: Next to the rock on big days and right tide you can get good right and open all the way to the sand. Just a bit down the beach, you can find multiple sand bars breaking perfect waves with nice clean pitches on good days.

5. Praia da Macumba
Praia da Macumba or do Pontal is a beatifull beach that hold big swells. It is diveided by a set of rocks right in the midle. One side is really popular for long boarders as the waves are fuller and long, breaking diferently from most breaks around Rio. This side is also popular amongst beginers as smaller waves break close to the “Pedra do Pontal”. On the other side of the rocks, the waves are faster and hollow offering good barrels, specially in front of “CCB”. This are is popular for body boarders.
Swell: South, Southeast
Wind: East, Northeast and North
Height: 2 to 10 feet
Bottom: Sand
Characteristics: Long and full waves perfect for longboards and learners. Right in front of 2W street and Rio point are some of the best sand bars.
Tips: If you are learning, stick to “Farofinha” the sand bar just next to the rock where small waves break. On bigger days the sand bar in front of “Rico Point” (a big quiosk on the beach front) is normally the best spot. Now if you are looking for an empty space, follow the road and get to “Curvao” where suckier waves break offer good and fun moments.

6. Prainha
Prainha is considered one of the most beautiful beaches of Rio. Surrounded by a backdrop with trees, there are no buildings making an amazing scenery. Being an protected area, the waves break all year around on different sand bars along the beach.

Swell: south, southeast
Wind: light southwest
Height: 2 to 10 feet
Bottom: sand
Characteristics: waves all over the beach right and left maneuverable on the most different conditions; very solid.
Tips: Prainha is a protected area with kiosks, showers, bathrooms. It is frequented by beautiful people and by the best Rio de Janeiro surfers. On the weekends, get there early to guarantee your place.

7. Grumari
Just next to Prainha we have Grumari. Another beautiful and isolated beach, Grumari offers nice and empty waves specially on the week days. The best conditions are during the south or southeast swells when the right corner offer long and powerful rights. On the smaller days, there are waves breaking all the way along the beach.

Swell: south, southwest
Wind: northeast, light southwest
Height: 2 to 10 feet
Bottom: sand
Characteristics: in the middle of the beach, waves for both sides in small and medium days. With a bigger sea, strong rights in the beach right corner.
Tips: a Gun can make the difference on the big days. Spots all over the beach during the week, On sunny weekends, get there early to guarantee your place.

     

Climate

Rio has a Tropical climate. Swell conditions and winds don’t mess with this area much as the beaches point in many directions so they work in all swell, plus if the wind comes up over the day you will find a spot off- shore or sheltered, a big plus if you are booked with a tight schedule.

In summer, the air temperature can reach around 32-42º C (90-100º F) while the water temperature average is around 22º C (78º F). Throughout the year, you can surf in board shorts the majority of the time, although a light wetsuit is recommended as the water can become a bit chilly with easterly swells. In winter, the water is similar yet the air temperature can be a bit a cooler due to cold fronts that come in with southerly swells.

Seasons are tropical with small variations: 

  • Summer (December to February): Smaller ground swells - more crowds
  • Autumn (March to May): Good consistent swells - less crowds
  • Winter  (June to August): Bigger consistent swells - few crowds
  • Spring (September to November): Often raining yet good conditions prevail - less crowds

The Packages

The Packages

Accomodation only (Price per week and per person)

Shared

Ressaca Dorm

R$350

Surf Shack Dorm

R$455

Private

Sand Dune & Green Barrel

R$980

Recreio Sunset & Blue wave

R$980

This price Includes :

+ 7 or 14 nights’ accommodation

+ A full buffet breakfast each morning

+ Wi-fi internet access.

+ Discounts at local surf shop.

+ T-shirt from the camp

+ Access to all camp facilities and extras

+ Access to other trips or activities in Rio

 


Surfschool Package

 

1 pax

2 pax

3 pax

4 pax

Shared

7 nights

R$1020

R$992

R$973

R$954

14 Nights

R$1.885

R$1.833

R$1.798

R$1.763

Private

7 nights

R$1.574

R$1072

-

-

14 nights

R$2.923

R$1.974

-

-

All Package includes

+ 2, 5 or 10 x 2hour group surf lessons.

+ Unlimited equipment rental for duration of the stay

+ 7 or 14 nights’ accommodation

+ A full buffet breakfast each morning

+ Wi-fi internet access.

+ Discounts at local surf shop.

+ T-shirt from the camp

+ Access to all camp facilities and extras

+ Access to other trips or activities in Rio

 

 

Equipment Hire + Accomodation Package

 

1 pax

2 pax

3 pax

4 pax

Shared

7 nights

R$728

R$709

R$695

R$682

14 Nights

R$1345

R$1.309

R$1.285

R$1.261

Private

7 nights

R$1.282

R$780

-

-

14 nights

R$2.383

R$1.434

-

-

All Package includes

+ Unlimited equipment rental for duration of the stay

+ 7 or 14 nights’ accommodation

+ A full buffet breakfast each morning

+ Wi-fi internet access.

+ Discounts at local surf shop.

+ T-shirt from the camp

+ Access to all camp facilities and extras

+ Access to other trips or activities in Rio

 

Rio de Janeiro

The Surfcamp

A two minute walk from the beach, the surfcamp is located in the lively seaside resort of Recreio dos Bandeireantes, on the outskirts of Rio de Janeiro. There is a Shopping mall with many restaurants and a big supermarket just a 15 min walk away from the surfhouse. Night life in town consists basically of local bars and restaurants.

Commonly known as just Rio, Rio de Janeiro is the capital city of its namesake State, the second largest city of Brazil, and the third largest metropolitan area in South America. A natural port of the Guanabara Bay in Southeast Brazil, the city was founded by the Portuguese on January 1, 1502. They named it Rio de Janeiro (River of January), under the mistaken impression that the bay was an enormous river mouth. The city was the capital of Brazil for nearly two centuries during the Portuguese colonial era, and from 1822 to 1960 as an independent nation. It is also the former capital of the Portuguese Empire. Today, Rio remains the country's media capital, an important business centre and Brazil's key tourist destination.

Rio de Janeiro is an awe-inspiring city where impossibly steep granite mountains rise from the ocean between glorious stretches of golden sand. Brash skyscrapers vie for space with impeccable colonial buildings, and lush forests tumble down hillsides into densely populated residential areas. Its diverse cultures and peoples live in varying degrees of wealth or poverty. Rich exclusive areas stand in stark contrast and close proximity to the slum areas of the "favelas". But no matter what their background or economic standing are, the Cariocas (Rio's residents) are characterised by a passion and enthusiasm for life. 

 

The "cidade maravilhosa" (marvellous city) revels in life and is famous for its natural settings carnival celebrations, Samba, Bossa Nova and its beaches of Copacabana and Ipanema. Some of the most famous landmarks in addition to the beaches include the giant statue of Christ atop Corcovado mountain, Sugarloaf mountain (Pão de Açúcar) with its cable car, Sambódromo, a giant permanent parade stand used during Carnival, and Maracanã stadium, one of the world's largest football stadiums. Rio de Janeiro will host the 2016 Summer Olympics, becoming the first South American city to host the event and the second in Latin America after Mexico. The city also boasts the largest and second largest urban forests in the world: Floresta da Tijuca and the Pedra Branca State Park. Despite its charm and beauty, Rio is reputed to be one of the most violent cities in the world, but much of the violent crime is concentrated in the "favelas", or shantytowns, although sometimes it also spills into middle- and upper-income neighbourhoods. 

 

The Trip



Recreio dos Bandeirantes

25 min. SE from Ipanema and Copacabana Buses run regularly from Recreio (one block from the surfhouse) to the main areas of Rio city including Copacabana, Ipanema, Centro and others. Bus trip takes about one hour. 

Rio de Janeiro International Airport (GIG), 45 min.

Major airlines with daily flights to other Brazilian airports

www.voegol.com.br
www.tam.com.br

www.oceanair.com.br

A word of caution here: Both San Paulo and Rio have more than one major airport. It is crucial to make sure your connecting flight leaves from the same airport your international flight arrives at. Experienced travellers caution against transferring between different airports.

Safety
Brazil as a whole is just as safe as any other places in the world. The area where the Surf camp is located is with no doubt the safest area in Rio de Janeiro city. You will be able to walk around at any time of the day with no hassle. Of course, few “safety tips” should be observed as not wearing fantasy items that will catch people’s attention or having your camera hanging down your chest.

Entry Visa
The citizens of most nations do not need a VISA to enter Brazil, however, we strongly recommend you to check with the Brazilian consulate in your country about the requirements to enter the country. On your arrival you will get a 90 days Tourist visa that will give you plenty of time to enjoy Brazil.

Money
The Brazilian currency is called the Real (Reais). Most places will accept cards such as VISA and MASTER CARD. They are very easy to use, as ATM machines are located within supermarkets and gas stations. If you plan to bring cash, there are money exchange shops that will exchange your money at a good rate. Traveller checks are not so recommend as they are quite hard to be exchanged.

Local transportation
The bus system in Rio de Janeiro is efficient and easy with many buses available at different schedules and routes.  Taxis are easy and affordable. We can organise taxis pick ups from the camp if needed. Car rentals are available as well, and if you want to extend you time on Brazil and travel around this beautiful area we will be able to help you.

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Gorka Mundaka
Gorka Mundaka says on August 27 , 2008 :
Me flipa vuestra página!La teneís muy bien organizada.
Los viajes que proponeis están tan bien presentados que te dan ganas de ir a todos pero me conformare con unos poquitos para practicar surf fuera de la península.
Guillem Molist Casadevall
Guillem Molist Casadevall says on September 10 , 2008 :
Ya he recibido la confirmacion del viaje!! Te doy gracias por todo y el trato a sido exquisito .Ahora solo falta que todo vaya bien en el surfcamp y que poidamos surfear todos los dias.Me ha gustado vuestra web y el sin fin de posibilidades que hay para surfear en cualquier sitio del mundo, para mi que aun soy pardillo en el tema ma va de cogones los surf camp porque nunca sabes lo que te puedes encontrar hiendo a la aventura. Total que os doy las gracias otra vez por todo y os cuento a la vuelta.

Un habrazo desde barcelona !! gracias.
Patricia
Patricia says on September 18 , 2008 :
Hi to the Nomadsurfers team...

I am writing just to tell you that I booked in January a one week Surfcamp and it was really nice with really good classes from Kathryn and Mauro and also some Hawaian surfers, with a nice family atmosphere, so I really recommend it to any surfer wanting a surf trip.

Patricia AWOKE
Gustavo
Gustavo says on September 19 , 2008 :
Buenos Dias,

Enhorabuena por la web, es realmente espectacular, la informacion es muy clara y no sé como os iran los negocios pero vuestro "producto" es muy apetecible.

Saludos,

Gustavo Marqué
Chloe
Chloe says on November 22 , 2008 :
Hey Nomadsurfers,

Just wanted to let you know that the camp in Rio was absolutely amazing. After travelling round South America for 6 months it was the perfect way for me to finish the trip.

Thought the location of the camp was brilliant and the property was lovely - huge garden and awesome outdoor eating area where a lovely breakfast was served (with amazing coffee!!).

Have stayed at a few camps before but thought I'd take a minute to give feedback this time because Katrina and Mauro were not only great teachers in the water - they also really went out of their way to make sure me (and the other guys staying) had a great time and got the most out of the area.

I was a bit hesitant about doing a camp in Rio as I thought it would be really touristy but this was the total opposite.

cheers.

Chloe.
Chloe
Chloe says on January 17 , 2009 :

Hey Nomadsurfers,

Just wanted to let you know that the camp in Rio was absolutely amazing. After travelling round South America for 6 months it was the perfect way for me to finish the trip.

Thought the location of the camp was brilliant and the property was lovely - huge garden and awesome outdoor eating area where a lovely breakfast was served (with amazing coffee!!).

Have stayed at a few camps before but thought I'd take a minute to give feedback this time because Katrina and Mauro were not only great teachers in the water - they also really went out of their way to make sure me (and the other guys staying) had a great time and got the most out of the area.

I was a bit hesitant about doing a camp in Rio as I thought it would be really touristy but this was the total opposite.

cheers.

Chloe.
Patricia
Patricia says on January 17 , 2009 :
Hi to the Nomadsurfers team...

I am writing just to tell you that I booked in January a one week Surfcamp and it was really nice with really good classes from Kathryn and Mauro and also some Hawaian surfers, with a nice family atmosphere, so I really recommend it to any surfer wanting a surf trip.

Patricia AWOKE
Chloe
Chloe says on January 19 , 2009 :
Hey Nomadsurfers,

Just wanted to let you know that the camp in Rio was absolutely amazing. After travelling round South America for 6 months it was the perfect way for me to finish the trip.

Thought the location of the camp was brilliant and the property was lovely - huge garden and awesome outdoor eating area where a lovely breakfast was served (with amazing coffee!!).

Have stayed at a few camps before but thought I'd take a minute to give feedback this time because Katrina and Mauro were not only great teachers in the water - they also really went out of their way to make sure me (and the other guys staying) had a great time and got the most out of the area.

I was a bit hesitant about doing a camp in Rio as I thought it would be really touristy but this was the total opposite.

cheers.

Chloe.
Patricia
Patricia says on January 19 , 2009 :
Hi to the Nomadsurfers team...

I am writing just to tell you that I booked in January a one week Surfcamp and it was really nice with really good classes from Kathryn and Mauro and also some Hawaian surfers, with a nice family atmosphere, so I really recommend it to any surfer wanting a surf trip.

Patricia AWOKE
Patricia
Patricia says on January 19 , 2009 :
Hi to the Nomadsurfers team...

I am writing just to tell you that I booked in January a one week Surfcamp and it was really nice with really good classes from Kathryn and Mauro and also some Hawaian surfers, with a nice family atmosphere, so I really recommend it to any surfer wanting a surf trip.

Patricia AWOKE
Oscar Madrid
Oscar Madrid says on February 05 , 2009 :
Excelente la paguina, Vivo en Venezuela y quisiera arreglar una Vacaciones en un Surf Camp... La verderdad agradeceria su colaboracion, Saludos
P.D: Estoy muy interesado en el de Rio de Janeiro. Gracias
David Scheinok
David Scheinok says on July 22 , 2009 :
Perfect location for the surf near the most beautiful beaches of Rio like Pranha and Grumari, landscapes are gorgeous !!! I am intermediate surfer and this place is really the best one I did for learning and improving my surf. It is adapted for everyone from the beginner until the more advanced surfer. Concerning the surf camp, it is really a nice place in a quiet neighbourhood where you can walk at any time of the day or the night without any security problem. I had the feeling to be in a small village. Furthermore Mauro and Katrina are very friendly, always ready to share their knowledge of surf with you. In a nutshell good place to stay not so far from the mains tourists spots of Rio like Ipanema, Sugar Loaf, Cristo Redentor,... easy to go there with the bus and very cheap.
melanie
melanie says on October 08 , 2009 :
super friendly, family run guesthouse close to the beach (and to the waves...). katarina and mauro are great surf instructors and they do their best to make your stay unique and unforgettable. actually i stayed two weeks, instead of the planned one week, because i loved it so much... :)
Andi (Austria)
Andi (Austria) says on January 18 , 2011 :
Hey Dudes
me and a friend of mine had been to the camp and had a really really great time there. The atmosphere in the camp was so relaxed and the guys were so nice (Maro & Katharina). Also the sessions i had with the team were very important for me and my surf-future ;-)
but the thing we liked most, was the place where the camp is settled. there we saw from brasil what we wanned to see but felt always safe.
so if you book a trip to this camp, you won't regret.
greets from austria, andi

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