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This surf camp is located in Las Tunas, Manab, one of Ecuador's most beautiful places and one of the best beach breaks in South Americas pacific coast. The surf guide and owner is one of Ecuadors top surfers and knows when and where it is going to break best. They are service oriented and work hard to make every surf holiday memorable. This is one of the best places in Ecuador as far as glassy and off shore conditions. The package includes everything you would likely need for an unforgettable surf experience.
Rooms are spacious with ocean view, comfortable beds, hot water, air conditioning and Wi-Fi. Accommodation is private. The best thing about our surf camp is the less crowded beach-break they have up front. You will feel right at home.
This package provides you with exotic accommodation overlooking the ocean. There are 3 surf lessons in the morning with a 1.5-hour duration. This is a certain way to score good surf in Ecuador. You can request for a vehicle and an experienced surf guide will get you to the best bet every morning and afternoon. The beach-break up front is one of the most consistent spots in Ecuador getting waves from every swell direction. It is nice for turns in the higher tides and more hollow waves with the lower tides. Ecuador Surf Trip can take you to a few right and left point breaks that are within 20 miles, such as Montaita, which is 30 minutes away, and Rico Chico, which is 8 minutes away. There are also a couple of secret spots that are ideal to avoid the weekend crowds.
The surf camp is located in the central coast of Ecuador where the green mountains meet the ocean. It is at a place that is not very touristy, but only a few minutes away from Montaita, Puerto Lopez or Ayampe. The surf camp has pretty much all the best point breaks and beach breaks at a reasonable driving distance.
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Breakfast is served every day during your stay.
If you would like to arrive by airplane, please book your flight to Jos Joaqun de Olmedo International Airport (GYE) or Eloy Alfaro International Airport (MEC).