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Mexico Surf Camp

All difficulty levels
Instruction in English

Mita Surf House invites you to participate in this surf camp as an opportunity to really see your surf skills and confidence grow each day. Based on conditions and tides, you will experience a variety of surf breaks. Learn to surf at the best surf breaks in the Bay of Banderas. Punta Mita offers a variety of options for different level surfers, from beginners to advanced. The water here is clean and at a perfect temperature year-round.

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  • 7 surf lessons
  • Free use of surf equipment
  • Impressive landscapes and surf spots
  • Suitable sessions for all levels
  • 14 nights accommodation
  • Transportation

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced


7 days with instruction in English
The organizer also speaks: Spanish
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  • Dining area
  • Terrace
  • Free Wi-Fi

Mita Surf Studio is a spacious indoor-outdoor apartment just three blocks from the beach and next to Mita Surf Shop. The newly built studio is complemented by a palapa kitchen and dining area, plus a one-of-a-kind lap pool designed with a shallow area for relaxing and playing. The apartment’s sleek and modern design offers all you will need for a terrific tropical stay. Guest studio is arranged with twin or king beds, tastefully decorated with local flair. The additional twin bed is not pictured for a third guest. Ample-sized bathrooms are equipped with solar-heated showers.

A private garage area may also be available (ask about availability upon booking). The studio has high-speed internet and they stock the essentials (towels, garbage bags, drinking water, toilet paper, and soap). They can happily connect you with local chefs for homemade meal delivery. Weekly cleaning service is included and laundry service is available for an additional fee. There is a private outdoor lounge area, perfect for catching some sun or enjoying cocktails under the stars as well as comfortable dining, work, and game areas.


In this surf camp, you will have daily surfing sessions. There will be three options for different levels of surfers.

Surf lessons

The first part of the lesson is on land to ensure participants are ready to enter and exit the ocean safely and to practice the 'pop up'. Classes last for approximately two hours and include board, rashguard, and transportation.

Surf trips

Intermediate surfers may work on their turning and learn to gracefully and safely get off a wave. Surf trips are designed for people who already know how to surf but would still benefit from local knowledge and transportation. Mita Surf House looks for the best spot depending on the surfer's experience and the conditions of the day. They are there to assist surfers as needed, but less instructional than in a surf lesson. Surf trips last for approximately two hours and include board, rashguard, and transportation.

Guided surf break orientation

Mita Surf House designed this option for experienced surfers and paddle surfers who have their own gear and transportation and plan to surf independently. A few hours with the local surf guide will familiarize you with popular, as well as lesser-known, surf breaks in the Bahia de Banderas.

While visiting as many of the twelve surf breaks you choose to see, Mita Surf House will share their knowledge of parking, where to enter and exit the break, what the underwater conditions are (rocks, reefs, and many more), and which tide leads to optimal surf conditions. You can select how many hours you would like to work with surf guides, surfing along the way if you wish.


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This surf camp will be held in Punta Mita, Mexico. Mita Surf House is located in a residential neighborhood with many of the neighbors working in the fishing industry. There are several mini-grocery stores within walking distance, as well as a mix of upscale, waterfront dining options (in a neighborhood known as Anclote), and economical local taco stands. Although you can walk to the beach, restaurants, taxi stand, and the bus stop from the surf house, a rental car is helpful for exploring the area.


  • Sayulita - 20 minutes
  • Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport (PVR) - 45 minutes



  • Surfing
  • Swimming
  • Swimming pool (outdoor)


  • Dining area
  • Kitchen
  • Terrace


  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Room cleaning


Your meals are excluded from the price and can be arranged available upon request. Filtered drinking water is provided daily and included in the price.

The following meals are included:

  • Drinks

The following drinks are included:

  • Water

Things to do (optional)

You may want to take a short boat trip to surf at La Bahia or El Farro with beautiful views of the Punta Mita peninsula. These breaks are slightly more advanced and remote. It costs 120 to 150 USD for four people. Mita Surf House also offers an all-day surf excursion to Platanitos which is a secluded sandy bottom beach break, located two hours north of Punta Mita. It costs 90 USD. For additional fees, there are a variety of additional activities guests can participate in, including:

  • Boat trips to point breaks
  • Local artisanal markets
  • Mountain biking
  • Paddle boarding
  • Snorkeling and whale watching

What's included

  • 7 surf lessons
  • Surf equipment during lessons
  • 14 nights accommodation
  • Filtered drinking water
  • Transportation to surf spots
  • Free Wi-Fi (75 Mbps)
  • Private bathroom with towels
  • Rashguard
  • Weekly cleaning service
  • Private kitchen and pool
  • Shampoo and conditioner

What's not included

  • Airfare
  • Airport transfers
  • Meals
  • Surf booties (not required)

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Driving directions from Licenciado Gustavo Díaz Ordaz International Airport (PVR)

  • Head north on the freeway.
  • Follow signs towards Compostela/Tepic/Nuevo Vallarta.
  • You are on the freeway for about 40 minutes and then look for signs to Punta Mita.
  • There is a right-hand exit towards Punta Mita (PTA Mita)/ La Crux de Huanaxatle/MARINA.
  • Take that exit and then continue on that road through the town of La Cruz, look out for speed bumps, especially at night.
  • After going through the town of La Cruz, the road will fork, take the right side.
  • You will be on this stretch of highway for about 10 minutes.
  • Once you pass a PEMEX station on your right, you are almost there.
  • The freeway basically ends in Punta Mita, you will also have more speed bumps to look forward to.
  • Take a left off the freeway when you see a structure being built that looks like a giant Noah's ark (it is a church).
  • Take your first left (with the soccer field on your right).
  • Go two blocks on that street (Libertad).
  • Take your second left when you get to La Mision de Mita on your right (a large, beige building of condos).
  • Take that left (the street is Emiliano Zapata and it has a sign) and Mita Surf House is the big white house on the next corner (on the right).
  • There is a sign outside - Mita Surf House.

Arrival by bus

Using the overpass is also how you can get to the bus stand and wait for a bus going to Mita. They come every 15 minutes or so and cost about 2 USD per person. The bus driver has change but best not to use anything larger than a 200 peso note. To get the bus from the airport (which takes about an hour) you exit and turn left, at the end of the building turn left again, and go over the overpass to the other side of the freeway. You will see others waiting and you get the Punta de Mita bus. Take it until you get to Punta Mita and see a huge structure that is a gold and white boat (Noah's Ark to be exact).

This is a church. Let the driver know you want to get off there and walk down that street with the soccer field on your right. Make your first left and walk two blocks. The road will turn to cobblestone and then you will have the Mision de Mita on your right (a large cream or yellow-colored building on condominiums. On that street, Emiliano Zapata, you turn left (Theresa's taco stand will be on your left) and walk one block and you will see a large white house on the right corner. That is 151 Emiliano Zapata. There is a sign outside - Mita Surf House.

You can ask around for La Casa Blanca en Emiliano Zapata or Teresa's Tacos which is a block away. Best to keep Mita Surf House's phone numbers with you so that the taxi driver or a local can call them if necessary for further directions. If for some reason they are not able to be here when you arrive or you are very delayed, the front gate is kept unlocked and they will leave the keys in the aloe flower pot up the stairs to the right. Mita Surf House's goal is to always have one of them available for check-ins, but life happens.

Arrival by taxi

If you would like to get a taxi, they cost about 70 USD pre-paid inside the airport (the price changes seasonally) and are right outside waiting for you. You pay at one of the booths, and they give you a ticket to take to an official taxi. A cheaper option is to pay about 35 USD by going across the street from the airport. Exit and turn left and left again outside the airport building and you will go over an overpass to the other side of the highway. You will find a taxi stand right there.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 14% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid on arrival.

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