So you wanna learn how to surf. You’ve seen people do it on TV and in movies, maybe you even have a little experience — perhaps you spent a day or two learning on a family vacation to Hawaii 5-10 years ago. Whatever the case, you are determined — you’ve been practicing pop-ups in your basement and you are ready for a week of surfing in Costa Rica. So what should you expect?
The Inner Surfer package is a flexible week of surfing and fun in the sun in Uvita, Costa Rica. This learn to surf vacation package provides a good balance of surf lessons and optional tours and activities. Some of these additional activities include exploring the Costa Ballena region, visiting other picturesque beaches, or tours such as nature hikes, boat tours, sport fishing, snorkeling, and kayaking.
During your vacation with Bodhi Surf you will spend significant time at the beautiful Ballena Marine National Park. The waves here are perfect for both beginners and intermediate surfers and there is rarely more than a handful of surfers out at any given time; moreover, the beach is a great place to hang and spend time just chilling out.
Room Options & Prices
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Note: Transportation included for single travelers is a shuttle service.
We couldn’t have asked for a better experience, and the Bodhi Surf School family took better care of us than we could have hoped. From detailed and timely pre-sales responses, to recommendations on flights, car rental, atv tour, lodging, to great local restaurants. My friends and I were looking for an experience and not just a vacation, and we got more than we expected.
A Typical Surfing Vacation Day
Wake up in sunny Costa Rica, perhaps to the sounds of the jungle and animals around you, and enjoy a typical breakfast with some of the country’s infamous coffee. Next, get your sunscreen and bathing suit on and head to the beach for some beach time and a surf lesson. After surfing, head to a local “soda” for some local fare, and back to your home for the week for a little rest and relaxation. After lunch, head back to the beach for surfing round number two, where you will build upon the skills you practiced in your morning session. At the end of the day, you will feel satisfied and “surfed out”, but know you’ll be ready to get back on the board the next day.