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JP’s Surf Camp Costa Rica
August 5th - 12th, 2023

This ultimate Surf Trip will give you 7 incredible nights in one of Costa Rica’s best surf locations Cabo Matapalo on the Osa Peninsula near Corcovado National Park. Located in the pristine jungle near the Panama border, there are three world-class point breaks to choose from! All three are within walking distance from where you’ll be staying.

The Osa Peninsula boasts some of the best, but also the most desolate surf in Costa Rica. This trip will be one of the best surf trips of your life! We’ve carefully curated this surf package for surfers of all levels that love point breaks. Your host along with our surf guide will guide you to the best waves Costa Rica has to offer.


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Browse the amazing

hotel accommodations you will experience!


Total Price: $1600 p/person (payments available)

Secure your spot by April 14th

This Trip includes:

  • Shared rooms

  • All domestic travel (domestic flights and shuttles/taxis) between the international airport and your accommodation in Cabo Matapalo

  • Breakfast and Dinner daily

  • Single-day surf lesson (for beginners)

  • Surf guide for one day

  • Guided waterfall hike

  • Horseback tour

  • Irth Tours support for a smooth enjoyable trip

  • All taxes and fees

This does not include:

  • International flight to Costa Rica

  • Additional activities such as other tours not included

  • Travel Insurance

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JP's add-ons

Interested in some cool add-on adventures when you’re not surfing? Click the links below to learn more and book the ones you want to experience.


All forms of outdoor recreation have a higher level of risk than most ordinary activities, and therefore can be potentially hazardous and/or dangerous. This includes hiking/walking trails and especially off-trail adventure hiking. Risk is always a factor in hiking and off-trail adventure hiking, especially when weather is adverse or unpredictable, or when unforeseen events or conditions create a hazardous condition. There are many risks, both natural and/or man-made, that could lead to injury or death while hiking, especially while off-trail adventure hiking.

For these reasons, it is the responsibility of our guests to learn the necessary skills for safe hiking and off-trail adventure hiking. All participants must assume responsibility for their own actions and safety, exercise sound judgment, be prepared for all conditions, and seek advice on current weather and current trail conditions. These conditions change from day to day, and from season to season.

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