Newtours Colombia offers surf camps, unique roundtrips, and day tours in Colombia at the highest quality level.
Surf Camps (6)
from United States, September 2018
"I had a great time. I'm glad I did this. "
The friendships I made with Alejandro and Juliano. Also they kept me busy like I wanted. We did something even if there wasnt waves. I learned to paddle board. That was fun. I will do this again, it's good way to see the country with locals.
from Indonesia, July 2018
My time at Cartagena was an amazing experience. The hostel location is a great location for walking around and sightseeing. The surf break is cool, uncrowded and the few local surfers there are friendly. My guide Julian is a legend, making my experience really great. He was a great host, gun surfer and an awesome guy. The surfing sessions were great and he made my stay in Cartagena an awesome experience.
from United States, February 2020
"A Special Experience"
This location is remote and private - I had the beach to myself and the family (Yeyo, Angela and their son Gero) are incredibly kind. I am so grateful I found this experience - I'll never forget it!
from Colombia, July 2018
Tayrona is an amazing place with the national park and beautiful coast. I had an amazing time here, Leandro my guide was great, we had some good surfing sessions and did many other activities. He was a very good host. Los Naranjos a break a few minutes walk from the camp is excellent, the few locals that surf there are friendly and I often enjoyed it to myself.
from Germany, January 2018
"Idyllic location, great surf instructor, delicious food !"
The location, Playa Los Angeles, was definitely a highlight. It's a gem, very different from the very crowded beaches you can find in Tairona a couple of kilometers further. The organization of the trip was great. Carlos, the surf instructor, was waiting for me at the airport, though the schedules of my flight changed a bit. I really enjoyed the surf classes. First time though, so I got a little bit frustrated that I didn't manage to stand up. If you're a very beginner like me, you might want to consider another destination to learn how to surf. There is little time between the waves and the waters get deep very close to the shore, so you get quickly tired 'cause you're paddling most of the time and the waves are pretty strong. So try Costa Rica instead, I've been told it's way smoother ! However, Carlos totally knows the ocean and what he is doing, so I've always felt safe. He'd pick the beach according to my level and the weather conditions. The lessons are very practical. But well, that is on the black slope you learn how to ski, right ? I'm very fond of the "learning by doing" but sometimes I wish I did get some more insights about the techniques.
The staff at the Playa Los Angeles are the loveliest people and they know how to make you feel at home right away. The food from the restaurant is absolutely delicious (go for the camarones al ajillo !)
from United States, January 2018
Breathtaking scenery. One of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been. The staff was warm and efficient. The hike to the waterfall was an amazing experience.