Friends of Witch’s Rock Surf Camp
Home of the Witch’s Rock Pirate Radio Show every Friday from 5-7 Central Time. Listen live!
Costa Rica’s most popular radio station that broadcasts pretty much everywhere throughout CR, and home to the WRSC Surf Report every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Live in Atlanta and wish you were surfing? Go skate instead!
WRSC distributes these high quality epoxy surfboards. Many shapes/styles from well-known brandes including Stewart, KG, Hynson, Weber, Aipa and more. Check out the board you want, then ask us for the bro deal. You know we’ll treat you right… these boards rock!
cool surf shop in Hampton, New Hampshire. Tell them we sent you!
an online surf guide to surf breaks throughout Costa Rica. The site owner is a surfer and a cool guy fo sho.
Greg Gordon’s website dedicated to everything surf here in Costa Rica. Greg is a great guy and his website has loads of information. Don’t get lost in there!
these guys support WRSC so if you bodyboard you should go check them out.
A great online surf shop owned and operated by past WRSC guest Bill Homer.
surf travel agency located in the UK
is the largest and 1st social destination for action sports. Here you can connect with other users at your local spots, schedule sessions, write/review condition/sesh reports, post/discuss gear, and post pics/vids of you at your favorite spots. We’re here to keep you plugged in to what’s happening at your local spot(s), and everyone else’s – we’re all locals somewhere!
WRSC friend Kent Oberlin is an amazing audio engineer. He can help you with audio and video production and post-production. He also installs smart homes. He is the real deal!
Tamarindo resident Patrick Smyth spends a lot of time tweeting, blogging, surfing, and eating sushi in our bar. He’s a good guy, so don’t drop in on him!
WRSC friend Dusty Skellett’s San Diego Fox 6 surfing tv program
A kick-ass band from San Diego. Amber, the bass player, likes to chill at WRSC whenever she can.
For those surfing pirates lurking throughout Central America, call this place home.
A directory for property listings in beautiful Tamarindo, Costa Rica.
Surfing information for Costa Rica
WRSC appeared in the SurfScience article about international surf camps. They are a cool new website with good info to help improve your surfing, learn more about surfboard design, or just, geek out, on surf technica instead of filling out your TPS reports at work. Check it out. Make comments about how much you love WRSC to improve our visibility with surfing scientists around the world. “1.21 Gigawatts! Where am I gonna get that kind of power!”
Need to find a surf shop anywhere in the world? These guys can help! Surf Shop.com provides a directory of surf shop listings, event listings, and blog discussing surfing events around the world.
Search for surf breaks by GPS coordinates.
Provides the most complete and comprehensive guide to the wonderful area of Rincón, PR currently available. A tour of our site will provide you with a wealth of information on Great lodging, Good places to eat and drink and other stuff to get you stoked for that surfing vacation.
Please take a moment to explore and enjoy the site!
a local website ran by Wayne Geddings, a long time WRSC supporter and Tamarindo veteran. He also produces the Tamarindo phone book.
a surf travel agency located in Florida. These guys have been doing this since 1992, they were the first travel agency to promote WRSC back in the day.
WRSC friend Matt Neal and his video production company in San Diego, CA. You can buy the Surfer’s Guide to Costa Rica DVD direct from his website!
Vamos Rent A Car is a reliable and successful car rental company, with offices in San Jose and Liberia Costa Rica. They offer well-maintained rental vehicles at competitive rates, backed up by personalized customer service.
A great surf shop located in Narragansett, Rhode Island. WRSC has many surfing friends in RI, they are always welcome to kick it here in Tamarindo.
founded by Joe Walsh of Witch’s Rock Surf Camp, this Tamarindo-based environmental organization supports local trade, sustainable tourism and sustainable development.