In addition to the wooden house we also have newer and larger bungalows, offering 5 suites with AC, private bathroom and balcony!
Check out our accommodation offer and surf holiday packages!
Don't forget to bring your own beach towel
Surf Camp & School Bahia
We also give lessons for private groups such as families, etc.
If there are no parents present, minimum age is 14 years old.
How to get to us
- Direct transfers:
Airport transfers are included in the surf camp pack!
Transfers are only included from/to Salvador da Bahia International Airport and during the day. Transfers after 22h00 until 06h00 will be charged 25 Euros/each way. Transfers from any other address in Salvador da Bahia will be charged 35 Euros/each way.
- Taxi from the airport to the surf camp:
A direct taxi ride from the Salvador da Bahia airport to the surf camp surf camp will cost you a minimum of 80 EUR. Surcharges apply for night or Sunday rides, bulky goods transportation, etc.
Check our Location page for more details.
Weather & Waves
Expect air temperatures between 24-30 ºC (averaging 27 ºC) - all rooms have air conditioning to help you cool down!
Water temperature is also quite high (around 26 ºC), so there’s no need for a wetsuit.
The summer season in Brazil goes from November to February and these months produce smaller waves, which are great to learn how to surf!
Waves get bigger during the winter season (March to October) so you can expect bigger swells and lower temperatures but still over 20°C. This is time of the year is excellent if you are an advanced surfer.
Most days conditions are great right in front of the camp, but there are other beaches within driving distance that are also great surf spots. Some of these beaches include: Salvador da Bahia:
Jardim de Allah, Psiu, Armação, Pescador, 3a ponte, Sesc, Itapuã, Pedra que Ronca, Farol de Itapuã, Musa Point, Pedra do Sal, Cepper, Secret, Corrente
North Coast Breaks:
Stella Maris, Platô do Stella, Aleluia, Ipitanga, Villas do Atlântico, Condominium, Jauá, Interlagos, Arembepe, Barra do Jacuipe, Scareef, Itacimirim, Praia do Forte, Imbassahi.
What to Bring
Adjust you budget to include tips, tours, meals and drinks outside the camp, souvenirs and other purchases outside your package.
Official currency in Brazil is the Brazilian Real.
- Board shorts / Bikini
- Regular shorts, T-shirts
- Rash guards (no need for wetsuit, the water is warm throughout the year)
- Nice shirt/dress (1 or 2)
- Fleece/Sweatshirt for the evenings
- Baseball Cap or Sun Hat
- Sandals or flip-flops
- Hiking Boots
- Camera (film and/or memory cards)
- Beach Towel(s)
- Cash & Credit Card
- Passport & Driver´s License
- Airline Tickets & Vouchers
- LOTS of Sunscreen: We recommend H2O proof, SPF 45
- Portuguese "Quick Phrase" Book... You never know ;o)