Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get to the Salty Afro Surf camp?
Salty Afro Surf is located in Puerto Viejo, Limon, Costa Rica. To fly here you will need to fly into Juan Santamaría International Airport (airport code SJO. Be careful NOT to fly into the other San Jose, CA aka SJC.)
We will be driving you to and from the airport (a few hours, so pack some snacks.) If you land a day before or after, contact us for support with your accommodations.
Do I need any experience to join?
We welcome all levels! From looking to advance your surfing in more challenging breaks, to coming to face your fear of water, we welcome you - your sessions will be tailored to your relationship with the water.
What should I pack?
Puerto Viejo is warm and humid. Pack light clothing that you don't mind getting a little mud and sand on, with two outfits you'd like to wear at dinner. Flip flops are the preferred shoe of choice here, and a pair of sneakers for transit. Feel free to bring your board! We will also have boards available based on your skill level.
Can I bring my family?
You can! Although Salty Afro is adult centered, we will be running our children's camp through the Wolaba Youth Project. Inquire about help booking separate housing for you and your family!