Bravo Surf Camp
AddressManzana A lote 10, Santa Cruz Punta Hermosa LimaSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
Punta Hermosa is a surfer town known for its many breaks in a small radius and for having one of the most consistant swells in the world.
The camp is located in the heart of Punta Hermosa, the market, shops, restaurants, bakery, ATM, etc, all nearby and walking distance (from 5 to 20 minutes) to all breaks, there are more breaks just minutes away driving too.
We have surfing equipment and lessons avaliable, free internet and wi-fi, pingpong table, fussball, video games, movies, magazines, 42' tv, karaoke, etc.
The camp is run by a local soul surfer who will take good care of you and make you feel at home among people your age and make sure you get the most out of the surf, we also have surfing equipment avaliable, surf lessons in english and spanish and different things to do in the house, like playing ping pong, fussball, play station2, the balanceboard, boardgames, videogames, 42' plasma tv, karaoke, etc.
Lots of partying in summer time, the rest of the year is a pretty quiet and peacefull place.
Also pre-inca ruins 'Pachacamac' 15 minutes away, It was the most important culture of the coast in their time, it's a group of storehouses and temples where they did sacrifices to gods, a pretty cool place to check out.
We have meal plans, long stay and group discounts.
check in: anytime
check out: 14:00
breakfast not included
min stay 2 nights
credit cards not accepted
Services & facilities
- Bicycle Hire
- Cable TV
- Common Room
- Games Room
- Linen Included
- Outdoor Terrace
- 24 Hour Reception
- Luggage Storage
- Airport Transfers
Bureau de Change/ATM
- Currency Exchange
- Free Internet Access
- Internet Access
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