The surf guiding is designed for those who know how to surf but prefer a local guide who finds every day the best spots for surfing, finding epic uncrowded surf during all the stay. The guides have a deep knowledge of the area and will make sure you surf the right spot at the right time. The surf guides will surf with you and tell you everything you need to know about the specific spot (currents, winds, sand banks, rocks, etc.).
Built with an eco-design, Selina has good and amazing vibes and atmosphere with very familiar and dedicated service. Situated at the beach with sea view, It has a perfect mixture of surfing, other activities, weekend parties, and relaxation. With a room repertoire that goes from dorms to suites, travelers will find an option for each personality and life stage. Time to gather and celebrate life in this new hostel concept that elevates the senses and connects you all.
The hostel is equipped with non-smoker rooms including three different double rooms (en-suite bathroom / linen and towels included), two double rooms (shared bathroom / linen), and shared rooms (shared bathroom / linen included). In case you omit this rule, 300 USD fine will be applied for smoking. Selina also comes complete with hot water, air conditioning, luggage storage-lockers, towel service, and free Wi-Fi. Please note that guests must be 18 years or older to stay in shared dorms.
Co-work space, TV area, shared kitchen (fridge / freezer and microwaves), laundry service, bonfire, garden, swimming pool, sun loungers, beach chairs, sun umbrellas, pool table, beach volleyball, board games, library, and parking are available as well. Selina is child-friendly (less than three years are free). Children are allowed in private rooms but extra beds and baby cribs are not available. The hostel is also pet-friendly with an extra charge of 10 USD (taxes included).
One of the main surf bases in Costa Rica is Tamarindo. Just like the tangy fruit after which the beach is named, Tamarindo is a delight for the senses. A former sleepy fishing village, Tamarindo quickly became the vacation hotspot that put Costa Rica on the map. Nowadays, surfers, thrill seekers, nature lovers, partiers, and foodies all come together to this tropical paradise that is the epitome of Pura Vida culture.
The long beautiful beach at its center is great for learning how to surf and there are more intermediate and advanced breaks close by. The breaks in the area are some of the best in the world, as evidenced by several international surfing competitions held here every year. The beautiful beaches are popular thanks to the consistency of the waves. The town is a perfect jumping-off location for beach and point breaks along the coast.
The calmest water for swimming can be found at the southern end of the beach while the water just off the busiest part of town is best for surfing. The nearby river mouth offers breaks that are perfect for the more experienced surfers. Nearby spots include Playa Grande, Langosta, Avellana, and Playa Negra. Surf is best during mid-high tide.
Costa Rica is known for its miles of white sandy beaches, monkeys swinging in the trees that line the sand, and endless waves that begged to be ridden. With the name Costa Rica meaning the rich coast, it certainly lives up to its name by having some of the best-surfing destinations in the world. From beginner to advanced, there is a wave for everyone along one of Costa Rica’s hundreds of beaches.
Unpaved roads and hidden paradises have kept these magnificent beaches from becoming overcrowded and will have you feeling as though you are entering a secret paradise. Demarcated by Nicaragua in the north and Panama in the south, Costa Rica hugs the Caribbean Sea in the east and the Pacific Ocean in the west. A high plateau divides the American cordilleras in the center, bordered by low coastal lands in the east and the west.
More of half of the population lives in this plain, with a volcanic fertile soil. Mangroves, marshlands, and sandy beaches characterize the Caribbean coast, 212 long. More cut and rocky, the Pacific coast spreads out 1,016 kilometers, dotted by gulfs and peninsulas. Costa Rica is home to a rich variety of plants and animals. Over 840 species of birds have been identified in Costa Rica.
As is the case in much of Central America, the avian species in Costa Rica are a mix of North and South American species. The country's abundant fruit trees, many of which bear fruit year-round, are hugely important to the birds, some of whom survive on diets that consist only of one or two types of fruit. Pura Vida is the most recognizable phrase attached to Costa Ricans. It reflects the inhabitant's positive view of life. Literally translated, the expression means pure life and denotes a simple life, free of stress, a positive, relaxed feeling.
Your breakfast is buffet-style while your lunch and dinner are local flares with both Western and Eastern influences served in the restaurant and bar. Special meals for vegetarians or allergic people will be catered for.
Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport
Transfer available for additional US$100 per person
Please book your flight to arrive at Juan Santamaría International Airport (SJO) or Liberia Airport (LIR). Transfer from and to this airport is available upon request.
Book your Selina Surf club airport transfer at an additional cost. Private transfer from Liberia will cost 100 USD. If you take a shuttle from Liberia Airport (LIR) to Selina, you will be charged 35 USD. From Tamarindo to Selina, you cant take a taxi which costs 10 USD. Uber is not available in the area.
You can take the public bus that leaves from the terminal 7/10 and drops you off next to Selina, the last stop. It costs around 10 USD.
If you come from other Selinas, you can make use of the shuttle service from most Selinas in Santa Teresa, Fortuna, and San José. It costs over 50 USD.
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