Discover our amazing Costa Rica surf accommodations in Playa Avellanas. Are you travelling with your surf gang or a significant other? Do you want to experience the real surf camp life as well as wake up in your own private cosy suite in the middle of the jungle?
We offer a variety of rooms for all budgets and lifestyles. Everything from clean and practical bunk beds for you and your homies to love nests with king-size bed and private balcony for couples. There is literally room for everyone in the #rapturefamily! All Private Suite rooms are air-conditioned, with mosquito screens on windows and have showers with hot water. Enjoy our lush green gardens and our new pool, where you can relax, have a cold beverage and just enjoy your holiday.
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Visitors from most countries can get a 90-day tourist visa on arrival in Costa Rica. At entry you will be asked to show an onward or return ticket. Check exact requirements for your home country or the passport that you hold before you travel.Read More
Check-in starts at 15h00 local hour. However, if you arrive earlier we can save your luggage until the check-in hour. Check-outs from the accommodations are at 11h00, but If you leave later in the day we can also store your luggage. Although we are very flexible with arrival and departure times please take into consideration that the border from Costa Rica to Nicaragua closes at 00h00. So for example, if you have a flight that is supposed to arrive at 21h but the flight itself is delayed, and you still have to take some time in customs, it will be risky.Read More
In Playa Avellanas we are a 10min walk to the beach through a beautiful mangrove forest where you can observe plenty of wildlife. Our surf camp is right across from Cabinas Las Olas and on your left before you reach the right turn to Lola’s. Take the left turn towards Vida Verde, then you’ll see the signs towards Rapture. A 4×4 vehicle is not needed, high clearance is optional, it is a dirt road indeed but completely passable with a sedan or compact car even during the rainy season, just go slow and stay in low gear.Read More