Ika Ika Surf Camp


Surf Camp & Yoga sessions & more...

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Double
from € 33.00 per person
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  • MINIMUM 2 PERSONS BOOKING
  • MINIMUM 7 NIGHTS BOOKING

* Flights landing at another time must cover an extra cost for the transfer of 30 EUR.

Included

  • accommodation in private apartment
  • daily surf lessons
  • 2 hrs surf lessons per day
  • 5 yoga classes
  • airport transfers between 06:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.




Important Info for Ika Ika Surf Camp

 

Previous Guests Rating
check-in Check-In / Check-out Times Check-In: 08:00-20:00 / Check-Out: 11:00
equipment Equipment Included only during lessons, Rentals available
cancellation Payment & Cancellation Policy Standard: Reservation Deposit required | Due Balance amount to pay at Destination | Free cancellation up to 15 days before check-in | Cancellation less than 15 days before check-in or No-Show, only the reservation caution will be charged
Payments accepted at Destination Cash, Bank Transfer
Closing dates Open all year round!
How to Get There Transfer, Taxi
Animal Friendly No

Summary


Room Type Double
Surf Levels All
Facilities Restaurant, Living room, Tv, Garden, Terrace
Services Equipment rental, Surf Guiding (Surfari), Car Rental, Bike Rental
internet Internet free
breaks Surf Breaks Reef Break
extra Extra Activities Yoga, Stand Up Paddle, Skating, Kite surfing, Windsurfing, Sailing, Horse Riding, Paragliding, Paintball, Trekking, Biking, Whale Watching, Dolphin Watching, Camel Riding, Massage, Boat trips, Cultural tours, Jet ski, Go Karting, Aqua Park, Golf
user Suited for Couples, Groups, Family with children
beach Beach Distance 0,1 km
airport Airport Distance 20 kms
language Languages Spoken english, spanish, croatian, slovenian, german, italian, serbian
Total number of People 30
Total number of Rooms 15
Total number of Bathrooms 15
All rooms with private bathroom? Yes


Destination

Basking in warm weather all year round, even when winter does roll around in Tenerife it rarely drops below 20°c in the day. The largest of the Canary Islands, Tenerife attracts the most visitors in comparison to the other islands, but you can still find peace and solitude on the land and in the water, making it a fantastic place to visit to try surfing for the first time.

Accommodation

The venue ( apartments ) is located just a few yards away from Playa de las Américas, in Adeje, in the south of Tenerife, very close to restaurants and leisure spots with all sorts of excellent entertainment programmes. Ika ika surf school is 9 minutes away - walking distance.

You can use the outdoor swimming pool who is open all year long and is located 600 m away in Apartamentos Caribe. Surrounded by palm trees, it is the ideal place for a refreshing swim, sunbathing on the loungers which surround the pool or enjoying a snack on the bar’s terrace.

With our more active guests in mind who wish to stay fit even during their holidays, there is the tennis court , mini-golf and games room to enjoy a fun stay.

Private apartment with garden view :

Studio with a terrace and private bathroom. There is a safe and a seating area with a sofa bed.

The kitchenette includes a fridge, kettle and coffee maker. Room facilities: Balcony, Pay-per-

view Channels, TV, Laptop safe, Safety Deposit Box, Seating Area, Shower, Bath, Toilet,

Bathroom, Kitchenette, Refrigerator, Electric kettle, Kitchenware.

Room size: 35 m2

Bed Size(s): 2 single beds, 1 sofa bed.

Surf

Tenerife is the biggest and most populated island in the chain, towered over by the snow-capped Pico de Teide (3718m) and countless coastal high-rise tourist developments. The two main surf zones couldn't be further apart: Bajamar in the northeast is home to some solid reefs in N swells and S winds plus the reliable beachbreak at Almáciga, while way down on the southern tip lie the waves of the overdeveloped Playa de las Americas resort. This area is crowded both on land and in the water and localism is rife at the famous La Izquierda reef, but other options in the immediate vicinity spread the crowd and keep the travellers wet. The NW swell window is narrow but the NE wind is almost dead offshore so clean conditions are commonplace. There are more spots to search for on the south-facing coast especially in summer SE-SW wind swells. The east coast is largely poor to average beachbreak but it gets a lot better way up north at Igueste de San Andres.


The best north coast spots and the Playa de las Americas reefs prefer NW swells so it makes sense to go in winter when these swells are prevalent. There are fewer breaks that work on NE swells/winds but both the north and south coasts have some beaches perfect for peaky summer windswells.


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