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K59 Surfhouse, Surf Spot, Surfaris & Surf Camp - La Libertad, Pacific. El Salvador


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LA LIBERTAD surf school, guide, camp & lodge accommodation


Tucked between Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua on the Pacific Coast, El Salvador is the smallest of the Central American countries and the most densely populated. It is also a prime yet unknown surf destination with pristine beaches, incredible waves and no crowds.


El Salvador Surfcamp is located in a private gated community directly in front of the world class break K59, a short drive down the Pacific Coastal Highway from the harbour town of La Libertad. The Surfcamp enjoys exclusive access to K59 while organising daily Surfaris to the numerous spots in the area. Attendance is limited to ten people at a time to guarantee personal attention while accommodation is in two individual surfhouses with full bathroom facilities.


Surf Camp


The surfcamp is located on the private K59 beach and gated community, right in front of this world class surf break. The surfcamp is run by a local surfer who has been surfing El Salvador’s waves since 1984. He will be your perfect host and guide to this beautiful stretch of coast with host of prime surf spots. Extra activities include Moto Enduro tour for all levels and visits to Maya archaeologic sites of the pre-Columbian culture. The camp also organises surf tours to the East Coast, its awesome waves and stunning scenery.


K59 Surf House


The surfcamp comprises two surfhouses, each one with a bedroom sleeping four, private bathroom and air conditioning. Each house is rented as a whole.



  • Kitchen/restaurant
  • Private swimming pool


Sunzal Beach House


Accommodation only available at this 2-bedroom private villa with swimming pool sleeping four.



  • Air conditioning.
  • Fully equipped kitchen with drinkable water
  • Eeach room is en-suite with its own bathroom.
  • Ideal for group of independent surfers




Daily Guided surf tours to the best breaks in the area according to swell conditions.


Surf Spots


Because of its classic point set-ups, El Salvador surfing does not close out even on the biggest swells. The waves are so lined up and machinelike that it seems a skate park ! El Salvador’s 320 km of Pacific coastline is dominated by several world class right-hand point breaks and roughly divided into two surfing zones: La Libertad, south of the capital San Salvador, and the remote East Coast, about three hours drive down the coast.


Main surf spots in La Libertad area:


K59: World class powerful right with great tubes and fast section. It is a private beach only accessible to residents and surfcamp guests. K61: Right point break 500 m. from K59, with long rides and barrels. Sunzal: A regional classic and El Salvador’s longest wave. A slow right with a short, hollow section. This wave is always bigger than all other Salvadorian breaks and more consistent.



El Salvador


El Salvador is the smallest of the Central American countries, and the most densely populated. Beyond a central plain, the Sierra Madre Mountains cross the land from north to south, with more than 20 volcanoes – some still active. Once an important part of the Mayan culture, El Salvador lands were invaded by the Spanish in the early 1500s. In 1821, El Salvador achieved independence from Spain. For much of the 20th Century, it suffered from decades of military coups. dictatorships and civil wars. The wars, howevee are over and the most turbulent aspect of El Salvador today is its volcanic landscape. Tourism is on the increase as El Salvador is a beautiful country, rich in Spanish traditions.




Generally hot and humid, with tropical conditions throughout the year. El Salvador has a dry (Nov- April) and a wet (May-October) season . The rainy season, with the occasional afternoon shower, receives the biggest swell. The dry season offers beautiful, sunny offshore conditions and enjoys consistent surf in the 3-6 ft range.

Getting Here

La Libertad 1 hour S of San Salvador


San Salvador Comalapa International Airport (SAL) 45 km. south of the capital (Iberia, BA, American, Continental, Delta and United airlines) Warning: Continental Airlines does no accept surfboards !


EU, US and Canadian citizens do not require visa but a tourist card will be issued upon arrival..





  • Airport transfers
  • AC accommodation (6 double rooms) in front of K59 break
  • Full board (3 meals a day)
  • Private swimming pool
  • One day access to exclusive Country Club.


  5 Nights/6 Days  
Single 765 USD  
Double/Shared 645 USD




  • Airport transfers
  • AC accommodation in front of K59 break
  • Full board (3 meals a day)
  • Daily guided surf tours
  • One trip to the city or Maya site
  • Private swimming pool
  • One day access to exclusive Country Club.


Each group will be accommodated in its own house, no matter if it is only one person (no shared accommodation)


  5 Nights/6 Days  
Single 1.300 USD  
Double 925 USD  
Triple 825 USD  
Quadruple 775 USD  
Quintuple/Extra Person 750 USD


All rates are per person, tax included