BJJ Surf Camp 2015


Train Jiu-Jitsu + Learn To Surf!

surfing costa rica

Surfing Costa Rica Pura Vida is Offering a Brazilian Jui-Jitsu workshop with Samir Chantre & Osvaldo Queixinho

June 2-5, 2015 Tamarindo, Guanacaste

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  • Become a better surfer
  • Learn from the best in paradise
  • BJJ World Champion instructor
  • Seminar series
  • One on One instruction


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Different Options Available

Brazilian Jui-Jitsu CAMP ONLY

Price: $50 a day. Includes One BJJ Seminar each day. $200 for all four days!

Brazilian Jui-Jitsu + SURF CAMP

Price: $120 a day. Includes One BJJ Seminar and One Surf Lesson each day.  ($480 for all four days) Follow Us to learn more about our Surf Lessons


Price: $525 for all four days. Includes One BJJ Seminar and One Surf Lesson each day along with professional photography package.  

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A Look at Surfing in Costa Rica

Costa Rica Surfing

Surfing is a popular past time in Costa Rica that has continued to gain momentum over the past 25 years. Locals and tourists alike are fascinated by the diverse Costa Rican beaches, and with less crowded surf breaks than Hawaii and California, they enjoy some of the best waves in the planet.

Costa Rica is a unique nation in that it has two oceans (the Pacific and the Atlantic) which are only an afternoon’s drive apart from each other. Both coasts have infinite potential for great waves making Costa Rica one of the top three sought out destination spots for surfing next to Hawaii and Indonesia.

Costa Rica which literally translates to “rich coast” was named by the early Spanish explorers who were in search for gold in the new world. It wasn’t until the 1960’s that renegade surfers from Southern California started to find out about how “rich” with waves the coastline really was.
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sunset paradise

When we think about a place for a perfect vacation, there are many we could go to. But having the right weather and the best vibes around you and make your family feel the best way, there are just a few places on earth and Pura Vida is one of them.

So we are here one more time enjoying the perfect sunset after a really nice surfing session. What else can we ask for? oh yeah ! good food. Well guess what? we have that too. Right now the waves are perfect and everything is so green, i think you should definitely come and see it yourself.

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Kids surf camp

Sometimes people wonder if their little ones could surf, and we know those are the ones who are going to do it better than anybody. They stand right up from the first wave and make it look so easy.

If you have kids and you always wonder if they could surf the answer is yes. Once they learn how to swim they are good to go. So don’t make then wait any longer they are ready to start their surfing life and Costa Rica has the perfect waves for them.

Come join our group packages for better price and give your family the opportunity to make their dream come true!

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Rain Season Activities in Mal Pais / Santa Teresa

SUP Costa Rica

The green season is one of the best times of the year to visit the Southern Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica.

The busiest time of the year in Costa Rica for tourism starts in December and ends in the middle of April. This is also the dry season, or what the locals call summer. It is not very likely that you will see rain during this season but that is not to say that it is impossible. For a handful of travelers who visit from a northern hemisphere, the warm dry sunny days are a nice welcome when they sprawl out on the beaches. Quite a change from the cold rainy winter they just left behind.

After the hustle and bustle of the busy season things began to change in Santa Teresa. The rains starts to come and the jungle begins to come alive. This is one of the best times to visit the area and take part of some of the fun activities in the area.
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