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3 Days Surf Camp in Mexico

  • Playa del Borrego, Ramada #7, CP6374 PTO. San Blas, Nayarit, Mexico

Surf Camp in Mexico

Come experience relaxing atmosphere here at Stoners Surf Camp in San Blas Nayarit, Mexico. Beach front cabins and camping with irresistible views, great prices and many opportunities to fulfill and achieve your adventurous temptations. Surfing being the most popular inquiries at Stoners Surf Camp where beginners to advanced surfers can find gratitude in 7 different surf spots ranging from front cabin beach breaks to minutes away point breaks. Stoners Surf Camp invites you to come enjoy their magnificent sunsets, variety of surf and tranquil surroundings!


  • Surfing lessons
  • Explore the 7 different surf spots
  • Irresistible views of beach cabins and camping
  • Enjoy the beautiful beaches
  • 2 nights’ accommodation
  • Rustic cabins
  • 2 days with instruction
  • English
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All of Stoners Surf Camp rustic cabins are handmade out of locally grown palm trees and handcrafted by local San Blaseños. Each cabin has unique names such as Cabin Honey, Cabin Jefe, and Cabins Scooby & Angie. It ranges from different sizes to accommodate their guests. Stoners Surf Camp also offers camping which includes communal kitchen, discounts on bikes and sanitary facilities.

You will spend your vacation and learn how to surf in picturesque San Blas, Mexico. Experience the good waves ideal for beginners and meet the great people when you visit the town for some shopping and sight seeing. San Blas became well known with surfing as the beach with the longest surfable wave. Waves that measure a quarter mile long are common on San Blas's Matanchen Bay. San Blas' 5,700 foot wave has made the Guinness book of Worlds records as the longest measured ride. The seabed at Matanchen has changed through the years and it affected the heights of the waves since then.The title of the longest measured ride has gone to other beaches around the world but the reputation of Matanchen Beach and San Blas still stand in the surfing world.

Stoners Surf Camp is located on the Central Pacific Mexican coast in a historical fishing village and nature driven port called San Blas, Nayarit. It is home to beautiful beaches, many astonishing species of birds, Indian Hichol cultures, fascinating estuaries, marine life, ancient ruins and countless adventurous activities to partake in. San Blas was founded in the seventeenth century when the Spanish navy declared it as their port; many battles were fought to protect their newly discovered homeland. Present San Blas is now filled with a contrasting population including inviting locals, variety of established foreigners, travelers and tourism that enhances a welcoming atmosphere making San Blas a desired place to pursue in many different ways. The main plaza and town is located ten minutes walking distance from the beach, where you can grab a bite to eat stock up on groceries at the local market, buy souvenirs, walk and enjoy the peaceful surroundings. The many beach front Ramada’s/ restaurants as well as our camp lay on the sandy 'Playa del Borrego' beaches and provide an excellent array of cuisine specializing in locally caught seafood while dining with spectacular views and great friendly service!

  • Surfing
  • Beach
  • Kitchen
  • Bicycle rental
  • Board rental
  • Free parking
  • Toiletries
  • 2 Surf lessons (200 USD/hour per person)
  • Communal kitchen (stove, refrigerator, cook utensils)
  • Discounts on bikes
  • Sanitary facilities (separate men's and women's bathroom, two private showers, two outside showers)


  • Review by Vanessa F
    9 out of 10

    "My fiance and I went to Stoners and stayed in the Jefe cabin. It had 2 beds with mosquito netting, although the bugs didn't seem to be a problem inside. There were a couple of tables and several outlets. The porch, while a little run down, provided shade and chairs for enjoying the beach without the hustle. It felt like our own personal hideaway! The morning breakfast was always delicious. The kitchen opened sometime between 8-9am and their slower pace allowed us to slow down, too. We mostly used the outdoor shower, but there were 2 open air showers that were also available. The toilets weren't the most reliable, but always seemed to be ready for the next use. Sometimes, however, the water was turned off in the middle of the night. "


    "The community vibe at Stoners was welcoming, helpful, and comfortable. Everyone bought beers and sat around the smoke bomb into the evenings. José was helpful with just about anything and Ebon, the night watchman, made us feel protected and safe. We will absolutely return to Stoners!"


    "We recommend it to anyone that wants an experience very different from the resort scene or to travel on the cheap. A slower paced style with a cool community vibe!"

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  • Review by Tee W from Nevada
    9 out of 10

    "Brought my kids here for their first surf lesson. We love rustic and do it yourself style. The beach front cabins were perfect as upscale camping. Don't expect A/C for the rock bottom prices Pompis gifts this million dollar view. Included for the surf folks is a communal kitchen with fridge, stove, and the basics plates and utensils needed for cooking. Pompis and his crew are extremely friendly and accepting. If on a budget, this place rocks!"

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  • Review by Maren W from Mexico
    9 out of 10

    "As I was traveling through Mexico with some friends we found Stoner's Surf Camp placed in the Lonely Planet 2015 (German Version). It sounded awesome as we decided to give it a go. Stoner's is perfect for los budget traveling and getting to know the right places around the pacific. Even for surfing it is a great spot. "

    "If you get here, it's all about relaxing, surfing and enjoying the ocean in front of you. You have shared showers and toilets. Breakfast is not included but the camp does some really nice fruit plates and super sweet pan cakes. "

    "The only hard thing was to get to San Blas, as we started from Guadalajara we rented a car, as we couldn't figure out the bus times and so on! I would definitely recommend Stoner's. One of my fav spots in mexico."

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  • Review by Lily DW from Germany
    9 out of 10

    "As my friends and I were on a roadtrip we found this place in the Lonely Planet and were more than satisfied! Really cool straw huts directly located at the beach. We were 9 people in total and had 3 different houses were we slept in. The staff is super friendly and totally relaxed. You don't come here to party but to surf and chill at the beach, enjoy the ocean view and live the typical mexican way of life. "

    "You have shared showers and toilets (but separated in men and women), the beds are covered in mosquito nets which is really important as they were killing us at the beach. for one night we paid a bit more than 200 pesos which super cheap. Breakfast was not included but as the camp offers has a restaurant we just ordered some food for breakfast the other day. "

    "If wished you can also rent a board and enjoy the sunrise while surfing in the ocean."

    "We were all very pleased and can definitely recommend it. We felt like the only tourists (and probabaly were the only ones as well)."

    "However, I think it was quite difficult to get there, we rented a car but I don't know if any busses go from any place to San Blas."

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  • Review by Caitlin C
    9 out of 10

    "Great budget travel option for visitors to San Blas, plus you get to stay in awesome traditional cabanas (huts) on the beach, get free bike rental, and the option to rent boards and take surf lessons. A cheaper option is camping at Stoners, either way you get full access to the kitchen and showers. "

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