My husband and I decided to explore Guadeloupe for our honeymoon - we heard through the grapevine the surf was good! We decided to split half our time staying at Sunset Surf Camp and the other half in a luxury resort, for the full honeymoon effect. I can honestly say that our time at the surf camp was probably more enjoyable than the resort (we loved the resort too, both experiences were incredible)! From the moment we arrived, Leina, a volunteer at the camp, welcomed us with a complimentary ti punch and we knew we were in for a great adventure. The rooms were nice and clean, the common area was a blast and always so welcoming, meeting new people every day. The owners, Peyo and Babette, are extremely kind-hearted and treated us like family. We chose the surf taxi option which was amazing because Peyo showed us many great surf spots and explained how the breaks work. It definitely helps to have a local show you around, so it was totally worth it. The amazing hospitality this couple and their family showed us was absolutely incredible. Memories made that will last a lifetime.... we absolutely plan to go back and stay at the surf camp!!! Highly recommend to anyone considering to stay there, even if you do not surf.…
This place has an amazing vibe, quiet enough to relax, bubbly enough to be fun, overall a fantastic experience. Amazing value for money! The place has an incredibly original set up, the location, the service, the facilities are all great. Peyo and Babette are wonderful warm and fun hosts willing to help and recommend what the island has to offer always with a smile. Thank you for a wonderful time!
I went there with my girlfriend in may 2017, and it was obvious to us that we were the last of the guests for the season. The hosts were friendly but seemed uninterested. Some of it might be caused by language barriers. They advertised having aircondition, but we were simply told that they were not available, so it was a warm experience for a Norwegian guy. That being said, it seemed like it would be a cool place to live if you either speak french or if you come earlier when the place is packed and you want to party.
The Surfcamp is one of the beste we have been to. The owners, Peyo and Babette, are the most friendly, relaxed and helpful people you can imagine. The rooms are very clean and and the camp is a great base for exploring the island, whether you surf or not. The camp is also good for traveling with children. Our one year old daughter really enjoyed to stay in the camp.
We stayed here for two nights in July, which is the off season so we had the entire place nearly to ourselves. It was very relaxing and just what we were hoping for. Peyo and his wife are wonderful hosts and they are very easy going and we enjoyed chatting with them in the evenings. Peyo served us a wonderful breakfast every morning, a perfect start to our day. We were also able to use the bicycles that they had available at the camp. There is a nice open space where you will find couches, books, hammocks and a computer where you can sit and relax. There is lots to do and the beach is only about a 20 minute walk from the camp. We very much enjoyed our stay at the SunSet Surf Camp and would recommend this place even for those who are not there to surf! Thank you Peyo!