This was my best surfcation ever..and I have been to Bali, Costa Rica, Sri Lanka, and Hawaii etc before..The surf camp is lovely and they have done a great job renovating everything. I stayed in a beautiful and clean cabana covered with bamboo wood directly on the beach. The waves are uncrowded, in fact it was only our small group surfing and my surfing improved a lot this week. If you are a beginner you go better during dry season and catch smaller waves and enjoy that there is no rain and of course less mosquitos. If you are a good surfer i think April is better when the waves get bigger. I was there in march and so I got a bit of both, the weather was still amazing with almost no rain, little to no mosquitos and the waves starting picking up towards the second half of the week. Personally i feel like my surfing improved a lot. The captain would drop us with the fisher boat around the islands wherever the best waves where, which i find a great luxury for that price!The food was really good, waking up to fresh pineapple, papaya and watermelon that i could pick myself from the garden if i wanted to. After surfing i was served coconut fresh from the trees and a big breakfast made as ordered including eggs, toast, meat, pancakes etc...The surf-guides Jorge and Angel where lovely and really helpful with everything and we had tons of fun. Everyone was releaxed and very easy going and at the same time so caring about all the guests. I was taught how to free dive and had a chance to go spearfishing which was an incredible experience for me! Including eating the huge red snappers made over the bonfire afterwards! All in all i have to say this is my personal paradise and one week was really not enough..Thank you for this unforgettable time!!! I will be back
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