I came to this camp as a part of a Yoga/Surfing retreat and had a phenomenal time. As a "learn-to-surf" (no surf experience) the staff was great at getting me into some waves and up on my board by day 2. Yoga was a great counter-balance to surfing activity. The staff was super friendly and very personable. They flexed to our needs and took us on excursions such as swimming in volcano lagoons. They had dogs and chickens on camp roaming around freely. They helped us engage with the local village. This camp was not among dense resorts, but rather placed in the middle of a village. We went to a local "restaurant" for some lobster. I use the term restaurant lighty as it was a woman's backyard with a couple tables set up and her little Spanish-speaking children running around. The food was great and the ambience was authentic. Great fun and great people!