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Come and learn to surf with Oceanos Chile. Improve your skills and learn to read the waves and weather conditions. Océanos Chile makes it easy to enjoy the best surf scene in South America, Pichilemu. They will organize everything you need so as to have an amazing experience. All you need to do is turn up. This package is perfect for groups of up to three people.
You will stay for four nights at the Oceanos Surf House and enjoy its ocean views and local hospitality. The house is only a five-minute walk from the beach and offers everything you want for a relaxing stay in Pichilemu. After a day of surfing, you will appreciate the comfortable beds in your spacious and private bedroom.
You can kick back and unwind on the deck or in the lounge in front of a surf flick. If you are feeling more energetic, you can take a walk along the beach or try out the yoga swing and get your body prepped for more surfing.
Oceanos Chile keeps the surf classes small and intimate to ensure you get the attention you deserve. Their personalized service includes door-to-door pickup and drop off from your location to the beach. Whether you are a beginner or just a little rusty and want to brush up on your skills, Oceanos tailors the lessons to suit you.
Oceanos Chile has a range of high-quality surfboards, including boards specifically designed for beginners and stand up paddle boards. Oceanos uses top-of-the-range wetsuits with sealed seams designed for the local climate, which ensure you stay warm in any weather conditions. Everything you need for your lesson is provided.
This trip will take you on a journey to the past! Experience some of the region's oldest traditions and meet the people at the heart of operating these local businesses. You will also get to enjoy a short hike through the countryside and the opportunity to learn about the native Chilean flora and to see many endangered species of trees and plants.
As an experienced local business, Oceanos Chile's crew are the ideal guides to show you the surf spots tourists never find. For more advanced surfers, this is a great chance to surf in different conditions and visit harder to reach beaches.
Experience some of Chile's world-renowned wine in the Colchagua Valley, located just one hour from Pichilemu. Oceanos Chile will transport you to the local region so you can take the time to enjoy tastings at your choice of three beautiful “bodegas”. You can also stop for lunch or dinner along the way. At each vineyard, you will have the opportunity to appreciate great wine, learn about the local wine-making process, and even attempt to mix your own blend.
This surf camp will take place in Pichilemu, Chile. Pichilemu, originally known as Pichilemo, is located southwest of Santiago in central Chile and is the capital of Cardenal Caro Province. It comprises an urban center and twenty-two villages, including Ciruelos, Cáhuil, and Espinillo. Pichilemu is home to approximately 13,000 residents, however, numbers swell in the summer when many Chileans seek refuge on the coast.
Pichilemu has many expansive black-sand beaches and is a tourist destination for surfing, windsurfing, and kiteboarding. The region hosts several surf championships each year at Punta de Lobos, arguably the best surfing location in South America. While tourism is the main local industry, forestry and handicrafts also play an important role.
During this holiday, you will be served daily nourishing breakfast and scrumptious dinner accompanied by Chilean fine wines. Lunch will depend on that day's activity.
A generous breakfast will ensure you have all the energy you need for your surfing lesson. Oceanos provides fresh fruit, juice, bread, cheese, and of course, great coffee.
At the end of a big day of surfing, or after experiencing the local sites, you can look forward to fish or meat roasted over an open fire with salads, fruits, and maybe even some of South America's home-grown superfood, quinoa. All will be accompanied by a cold beer or a local Chilean wine.
Please book your flight to arrive at Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport (SCL).
Nilahue and Pullman del Sur run many buses from Santiago to Pichilemu on a daily basis. From Santiago, go to Terminal Alameda and hop on a bus. Ask for the faster bus route that goes via Melipilla, this will get you to Pichilemu in around 3.5 hours. Pick up from the bus station is included.