Ready for a once-in-your-life experience? At Vista Guapa Surf Camp, everything is prepared to receive the next YOLO Board Experience group… and you can be part of it!
Come join Mark Salvetti and the YOLO Board team on this awesome adventure, that will let you learn how to SUP and/or improve your skills on a Paddle Board.Reserve from May 27 to june 03, for a week of sun, waves and lots of SUP!
This camp includes:
- Air conditioned accommodations.
- All the meals.
- All the SUP lessons and activities including the equipment rental.
- A day of rest mid-week with trip to a National Park.
- Transportation from and to the airport, and to each spot.
You just need to arrange air transportation into San Jose, Costa Rica!
This camp is limited to 12 people to assure the most personalized, intimate SUP experience possible. If you have any questions or would like to sign up, please contact Mark at email@example.com
Check out some pictures from our last Yolo Experience!
Mark Salvetti is a longtime friend of Vista Guapa, he first came to the camp in 2005 after seeing the camp article in Outside Magazine.
Mark was instrumental in bringing Standup Paddling to Vista Guapa, and with that Vista Guapa was the first commercial Surf Camp in Costa Rica to offer Standup Paddling.
He was also a key piece in bringing and helping produce the first ever Dave Kalama Camp to Vista Guapa. Having Dave Kalama join us to produce his famous brand of SUP fitness and paddle technique was a great experience for the camp and everyone involved.
Mark furthered his experience with his Standup Fitness Certification from Brody Welte in Florida Last Summer, this is the first ACE Certification for Standup Fitness in the Country.
Now Mark offers trips to Vista Guapa to expose experienced SUP Surfer as well as beginners to the beautiful waters surrounding the Camp and Jaco Beach. He currently organizes and produces “The YOLO Board Experience to Vista Guapa”. Two week long trips, one in late May and the other in early December.
Apart from Standup Paddling, Mark is a longtime Triathlete and Race Director for his local race in Louisiana called “The Crawfishman Triathlon”….if he’s not racing or putting on a race Mark is usually on the water for a paddle. One of Mark’s favorite things to say is “Paddle Hard, Live Easy” and when you join in on one of his trips to Vista Guapa you find out quickly what that really means.