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From September to October of every year, Catanduanes has become a host to advanced surfers and serious seekers of stoke. Many come to see and surf the Majestic; the powerful barreling wave whose beauty is renowned worldwide. Throughout the rest of the year, when swell heights are not as intimidating, the picturesque paradise is a home to a myriad of other fun-seekers, family vacationers, novice surfers, travel enthusiasts, and definitely for beginner surfers!
Puraran surf house is good for up to 15 people with separate beds, a kitchen, a bathroom, and shower area to complete your home-away-from-home experience. Overlooking the sea is a balcony with an incomparable view of Puraran - the perfect vantage point for early morning wave checks.
Puraran Surf Camp puts much emphasis on one-is-to-one surf coaching at beginner-friendly beach or reef breaks away from the horde. We encourage beginners to try surfing reef breaks so they will no longer be afraid to try this in the future. Be assured of both stoke and safety when you are under the care of our surf instructors.
They are trained to match each students learning pace so beginners wont feel pressured to stand up on the board right away, or more experienced novices wont get tired of just being pushed in the white water. In this crowd-free environment, trust that your instructor will be able to listen to you and adjust the lesson according to your skill level.
And when you finally get the hang of balancing yourself on a surf board, you can marvel at the clear waters and pristine landscapes of Catanduanes hidden gem, and know that in that moment, you were part of it.
This package includes a sidetrip tour.
This vacation takes place in Puraran, Philippines.
This package includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Besides surfing, you may consider to join any of the activities including cave exploring, Maribina Falls tour, snorkeling at Puraran Bays, swimming at natural tide pools, or trekking to Balacay Point.
Please book your flight to arrive at Virac Airport (VRC).
You may take RSL bus, which has daily Manila to Virac trips. This will save you the hassle of stopping over in Tabaco City. From Tabaco City pier, your bus will go onboard a ferryboat to take you to the island. At the Virac pier, there are jeepneys that can take you straight to the Puraran Surf Camp. Daily scheduled trips are available at the terminals in Cubao and Padre Faura in Malate and Alabang.
From Tabaco City, a ferryboat can take you to Virac or to San Andres Port. Trips are available daily. A Virac-bound ferry leaves Tabaco at 07:00 and arrives by 11:00. San Andres-bound ferries leaves at 05:00, 07:00 and 13:00 which arrives at 09:00, 10:00, and 15:00 respectively.
Jeepneys and vans bound for Baras are stationed at the Virac pier. Trips are scheduled between 06:00 to 18:00. From Baras, a tricycle can take you to Puraran Surf Camp. You can also take a Gigmoto-bound jeepney, bus, or and van to drop you off at Puraran. This will take 30-45 minutes of travel.