Surf, Party & Yoga, In that order. Skip the boring retreats and come have fun with us, Elsewhere. Surfing is our life and passion and we want to share.
Surf Camps (3)
from Great Britain, March 2018
"Absolutely loved this place!"
Brilliant instructors (Julen and Ylva) and a really great vibe.
from Australia, March 2018
The place was great... staff were really nice & helpful.. the surf instruction was great, very personalised. The food was really good, especially the breakfasts and smoothies.
from Great Britain, January 2018
"This might just be the best place on earth..."
Make no mistake, Elsewhere is surf utopia. If you’re considering going anywhere else, you’re silly. Amazing instructors (both surf and yoga) chilled out vibe and if you’re up for it some epic parties. The only problem is you will never want to leave.
from Finland, January 2018
Loved the staff and the food, very cosy homelike atmosphere and had a lot of fun with everyone. Felt accepted as I am.
from Germany, October 2017
"The very best"
The Sofa cuddling - squeeze IN sofa is the best of the world, I loved the breakfasts and the Arrack nights, actually I really miss the Arrack nights.
from Netherlands, October 2017
The vibe was so good and layed back. Really good surfinstructors. Amazing group of people.
from Netherlands, September 2017
"Looking for a fun surfweek? I can def recommend this place!"
Comfortable dorms, very good food, relaxt atmosphere!
The atmosphere on the camp was amazing, the regulars and the new guys merged easily into a big family, doing a lot of stuff together. The people were amazing and there was a lot of effort put into making us new guys fit in and join the conversations. I can easily understand why some people at the camp came in for a week but have stayed for months. I loved the dinners we cooked together at the camp, but the Tiki dinners were every time nearly the same. The premises were cool, the beach is nice and the town is only few minutes tuk tuk ride away. The Saturday boat party was amazing, I absolutely recommend doing that. I wish there was a bit more communication and organization regarding the possible adventures around the area (safaris, snake farms, whale watching etc), few of us were interested in joining such activities but were completely clueless of how to join. The surf coaches were very competent and easily explained how to bring the learnings from theory to practice, but sincerely I felt that when in water, the instructors concentrated largely on the "students" who learned easily, and ignored the ones who just couldn't get it right. Also, we surfed all week long in one spot, where the conditions favored us only on the first few days, leaving us few more days where the waves were non-existent. On the last day even the coach gave up, and waited for us on the beach since sitting on the board waiting for waves got too boring. I really hoped for more strategical choosing of surf spots, and more equally divided attention during the lessons.