Gather your fellow surfer friends and join Surfing Pascuales in a surf camp designed for advanced surfers in Mexico! During this surf camp, you can expect to surf world-class waves or simply skip the day to enjoy the scenery on your hammock. Join for a sensational experience and warm weather in front of the "beach break", where you will enjoy Pascuales' barrels and the visit to nearby beaches to surf. This surf camp will be hosted in a very spacious bungalow. Join and enjoy a little piece of paradise!
During this surf camp, you will be accommodated in a very spacious bungalow prepared by Surfing Pascuales. This accommodation is equipped with Wi-Fi, hot water, AC, fridge, five beds, etc.
The characteristic of this place (the accommodation is in the front of the beach break) is for experienced surfers that surely they will enjoy and they don’t need surf lessons. They will have the possibility to visit a nearby beach with very good waves.
For other options, have surf lessons here and practice in a nearby beach that is safe for people with a little or no experience in surfing. Also, there’s a possibility to visit another beach.
During this surf camp, there will be two trips to surf at nearby beaches, including Paraiso.
Pascuales is a powerful beach break pound for pound as heavy as Puerto Escondido, but without the crowd. Some say it’s heavier. It handles any sized swell, throws huge barrels and is heavy at just about any size. Pascuales used to be a “secret spot,” often mistaken for Puerto when “unidentified” photos of it showed up in surf magazines. But, now it’s on the Internet and has been in several publications. So, why isn’t it crowded? Easy. Because of its power, Pascuales takes care of itself.
Winter Pascuales has chest-high to overhead west swell peaks that throw out hard and fast. This is when it’s most crowded, because it’s the easiest time to surf. For Summer Pascuales, or during any major south swell, it’s game on! Stand on the beach on the big days and you will be treated to thundering vibrations under your feet as the big sets boom outside. It’s an experience just to watch it.
With a swell forecast of one-two feet and the right swell direction, you can find shoulder high waves. The wave works up to 16 feet+. Best surf is early in the morning when the wind often will blow offshore. Usually the wind direction turns around 11 a.m. or midday and it´s rare that you get also an afternoon / evening session with good waves.
A typical breakfast includes juice, fruit, bread, coffee or tea, milk AND TO CHOICE: Eggs to taste or Colima's Special Chilaquiles or Hotcakes.
For Dinner: Soup, salad, main course (fish, chicken pork or beef), bottled water, soft drink (coca cola, etc)
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