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Since 1998, Surfer's Paradise has run boat trips out to the world-class waves located off of Panama's breathtaking and largely undeveloped region of Chiriqui on the Pacific Coast. Located on a private island overlooking the Sandbar Break (one of the...more
Avenida Surfer Paradise, Quebrada de Piedra, Panama
This was one of the nicest places I have seen in Panama. The surf camp is great although the accommodation is quite basic. But if you feel adventurous and you're prepared, this is the place to go. The staff is very friendly and you feel...More
I have to say I really had a fantastic time. All i wanted was some time to unplug, catch some waves, and some hammock snooze time.. that's exactly what i got. The folks taking care of the camp are great especially Jorge the camp director....More
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...More
This write-up is way overdue. I stayed in October 2013 for almost 2 weeks. The surf and your attitude determines the trip. Surf was very good at the beginning then ok towards the end for me. Very basic accommodations, come prepared! Im a Sponger and...More
I spent 8 amazing days at the surf camp. I wanted to go to this place for a few years and finally found the time and money to head down there. I booked my trip 3 days before departure but everything worked out great! Steve,...More
This is the newer camp in front of the break called sandbar. Stayed during October 2013. There is no internet, hot water or room service. This is for the true adventurer so if you require modern amenities then you might not like this place.
I have to say the overall experience was great, however, the website can be somewhat misleading. The pictures of the accommodations were of the port mostly so you really don't know what you are getting when you get to the camp. It also states that...More
I spent seven incredible days at the camp and plan to go back in the summer of 2014. The area is incredible and there are absolutely no crowds. The area is home to approximately 10 breaks accessed by boat that receive a variety of different...More
Hi Lou :
Transfer to the resort = cab from the airport to the bus station (45min) then take a bus (5h) and the host will pick you up at the bus stop and take you to the small harbor where a boat will take you to the... More
Hi Lou :
Transfer to the resort = cab from the airport to the bus station (45min) then take a bus (5h) and the host will pick you up at the bus stop and take you to the small harbor where a boat will take you to the island.
I came frome europe and my company didn't charge extra for flying surfboards. Regarding cab, they might take a little 5bucks, and the bus is 6bucks extra.