Here at Vista Guapa Surf Camp, we are so excited about the next YOLO SUP Experience at our facilities in wonderful Jaco Beach. We are planning an awesome surf and fun adventure with standup paddleboard (SUP) sessions and excursions during a week from March 1st to 7th, 2014.
In our SUP camps you’ll hang out with our staff and a great group of new friends, besides learning how to SUP and improving your skills. Vista Guapa offers an unique experience surrounded by beautiful landscapes, where you will also learn the culture of “Pura Vida” being part of our family.
Each SUP lesson will be taught according to your surfing knowledge and will be set under the guidance of a professional surfing team led by Alvaro Solano, a seven-time national surfing champion and one-time masters champion.
Our camp features instruction by Alvaro as well as a small staff of local, experienced surf and SUP experts. In addition to surfing, a typical stay at Vista Guapa includes transportation to and from the San Jose International Airport, breakfast, lunch/snack and dinner each day, an excursion to one of Costa Rica’s national parks or similar cultural activity, and beautiful air-conditioned accommodations in a bungalow overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
“This is a true escape from the daily grind,” says Mark Salvetti, Vista Guapa’s “Chief Inspiration Officer” and one of the guides for the YOLO SUP experience. “A stay at Vista Guapa is a life-changing adventure.”
We can guarantee you an exceptional weather, an awesome staff and lots of fun!
March 1-7th, 2014
YOLO SUP Experience Features:
- 6 nights Double Occupancy Accommodations*
- Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
- Airport Transfers to/from San Jose
- SUP Surfing Instruction and Flatwater Paddling
- Surf Paddle and Race Technique Paddling and one-on-one instruction
- Morning workouts
- Yoga Session
- Professional Surf Photos by Wendy Solano Included
- National Park Day Trip or Waterfall Hike
Trip Cost $1,700
Additional nights available at a rate of $200/night
About the Dry season in Costa Rica:
The Dry Season lasts from December until April and is called Summer by Costa Ricans. In the highlands of Costa Rica, they can register only one or two rainy days per month during this time. The rest of the year is the rainy season, or winter….so escape winter from where you are and come join us in warm Costa Rica where the daily air temperature is 80 degrees F and the water about the same.
For more information email Mark Salvetti at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call him at 985-966-7978
Upcoming YOLO SUP Trips
July 5-11, 2014 trip leader Christian Cook with CrossSUP
December 2014 trip leader Darian Boyle