“Thanks just doesn’t cover it, but THANKS!”

Fortney Family

Hello WRSC! Sorry it’s been so long that we have reached out, it’s been 12 weeks since our trip – and I finally sat down at the computer to sort through all our pictures and video of our latest trip, our biggest and BEST, to WRSC – we first traveled there just the 4 of us, and every year after that, have brought more and more friends and family with us…we just simply can’t get enough!  …and we have already booked for next year – something we do before we leave each time.  Looking back at all these pics and [&hellip ...read post

Special Offer: Joe’s Tiki Hut is up for grabs!

Inside Joe's office hangout

For the first time in WRSC history, we are giving YOU the opportunity to live like the Big Kahuna, Joe Walsh. Located within the camp premises, Joe’s Tiki Hut is is the perfect option for a traveling group or family looking for the best beachfront location to surf in town. Wake up in the morning overlooking the glassy waves of the Tamarindo Estuary, and relax in the evenings laying in Joe’s hammocks on his wrap-around veranda.What a deal! Enjoy all the luxuries of the boss… but without the responsibility. This ultimate surf bungalow comes equipped with: 2 bedrooms (King / [&hellip ...read post

June Promo: 100% Off Your Next Surf Trip!

Blog pic

June is WRSC appreciation month! And because WRSC appreciates all our guests so much, for the first time in WRSC history, we are giving away a free surf trip! That’s right…a free, 1 week stay at our beachfront hotel with whatever surf program you choose. The total value of this package comes just shy of $2,000! Here’s how to enter: Everyone who books their trip in June (starting June 1st and ending June 30 at 11:59pm) is eligible to enter our WRSC appreciation contest. But to win this contest, you’ll have to get creative. Shoot a video, record a song, [&hellip ...read post

Watching Kids Learn to Surf in Tamarindo A Parent’s Reflection

Lisa Vex

Written by guest contributor: Liisa Vexler I grew up a skier. We took family ski vacations. My dad learned to ski so we could enjoy the activity as a family. When my husband and I arrived in Tamarindo ten years ago, we enjoyed a beer at Witch’s Rock Surf Camp and watched surfers of all ages ride the endless waves. Shall we try it, we asked ourselves? Of course! We took a lesson. I rode a wave. You’re expecting me to say I was hooked, aren’t you? I wasn’t. Surfing is hard work at first, and since we were only [&hellip ...read post

Help Wanted- Skilled Videographer and Editor


Help Wanted- Skilled Videographer and Editor  Witch’s Rock Surf Camp in Playa Tamarindo has an immediate opening for an experienced videographer and editor. The successful applicant will be trained upon arrival and is expected to be competent in all required tasks. The role comes with a competitive salary along with the opportunity to join a large fun team on the beach in one of Costa Rica’s most successful surf camps. Spanish and English are required. This role is only open to those who are able to meet the legal requirements for working in Costa Rica. Please send your resume along [&hellip ...read post

Team Rider Isaac Vega Claims Guanacaste’s Regional Title

isaac bw

This past weekend marked the final stop of the Circuito Guanacasteco de Surf at Guanacaste’s favorite right hander, Playa Negra. As the top surfers from the region showed up to compete, we sent our team rider, Isaac Vega, to demonstrate his precision backhand surfing and to defend his first place ranking on the Circuit. In the previous 5 events, Isaac out performed his competitors bringing home the gold 3 separate times! (even with missing one event in Marbella) Of all the events, Isaac reminisces about stop # 4 in Avellanas saying, “That event was my favorite because I know the [&hellip ...read post

How Rainy is “Rainy Season?”- What to expect during Costa Rica’s green months.

Green season clouds illuminating the sky for an evening glass-off

I saw rain the other day for the first time in almost 5 months. I was surfing out front in Tamarindo, and as the first drop fell from the sky, everyone in the water started cheering and hooting like they had reunited with an old friend. The downpour only lasted for about 5 minutes, but it was just enough to signal the official transitioning of the seasons.   The Costa Rican climate operates a bit differently than most other parts of the world. While North America experience 4 seasons of dynamic temperature changes and foliage, Costa Rica only experiences 2: [&hellip ...read post