Swell Surf Camp

Swell Surf Camp

Calle Las Palmeras, Cabarete Dominican Republic
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Swell is a purpose built hotel for surfers, right in the center of Cabarete. You will have no need to hire a car or use a motorbike as we take care of the transportation to and from the beach twice per day and you are right next to all the restaurants and the beach of Cabarete. All our private rooms have en-suites with AC. Swimming pool with LED and fibre optic lighting and a large communal area with pool table, fussball and ping ping table as well as a video library and other games. We cater for active people who want quality accommodation in a social setting. 4 home prepared dinners and our delicious daily breakfast are included in a 7 night package at Swell. We don't allow our rooms to be sold on this website.
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Calle Las Palmeras, Cabarete Dominican Republic
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Dfrothing wrote a review Jan 2020
5.0 of 5 bubbles
If you are considering a surf vacation, and want to be social with other people, this is the place for you. The accommodations were clean and nice, and the food was delicious, but the best part of the experience was the people. The surf instructors were fantastic- making us feel comfortable whether it was our first time surfing or 100th. And a feeling of camaraderie grew amongst the guests and also with the staff during the week which you don’t find at other places. This was a unique and excellent experience for all of us- from our 17 and 19 year old sons to our middle aged selves. One word of warning- paddling is hard! Work those arms before you go!
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Date of stay: November 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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hocoro wrote a review Feb 2022
Greenwich, Connecticut
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This was one of the best trips ever.
My daughter and I were a little nervous traveling out of the country during the height of covid but we felt completely safe at Swell.
Clare, the owner was incredibly responsive to all my questions and Haudy the manager was there to help us with anything we needed.
The accommodations are beautiful and the food is amazing.
The surf instructors were incredibly attentive, helpful and fun!
The waves are great for any level of surfer.
Whether you are single, a couple or a family, this is a perfect adventurous vacation.
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Date of stay: December 2021
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
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Michael M wrote a review May 2022
5.0 of 5 bubbles
As someone who has visited dozens of surf camps over the last three decades, Swell Cabarate stands out. While most surf camps cater to younger advanced surfers, Swell aims for the beginner / less experienced surfer. If you are 20 or 50 years old and have dreamed of learning to surf - Swell is your place. The staff, food, and surf instructors are top notch. The hotel and grounds are lovely and welcoming. The social aspect is especially great. At the communal table you might hear five different languages being spoken, all expressing their stoke of surfing and being in the DR. I highly recommend Swell to anyone who dreams of a surfing adventure.
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Date of stay: April 2022
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Topher E wrote a review Sep 2011
Athens, Georgia
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I stayed at Swell in July 2011 with my Fiancee for three weeks. I paid for our stay in full, up front.
A week and a half into the trip I returned from dinner to find that our room had been robbed.

Swell’s employee stole all of our electronics including a Macbook, 2 ipods, headphones, sunglasses, credit cards and other items totaling over $2700.

When the owners of Swell returned they told me I would be reimbursed for our stolen property and I would be left no worse off then when I arrived.

I complied a list of our things and gave them an estimated value prior to departure. I also paid the balance due on our account (over $1000 for kitesurfing lessons) with the understanding that our Paypal account would be credited the difference from what I lost and what our traveler’s and homeowner’s insurance policies covered. Big mistake.

After submitting this information to Clare at Swell (including the final cost of our things based on our financial records) I received a very nasty email from them stating that they were not going to compensate me.

They felt I intentionally tried to defraud them by overestimating the value of our losses.

The item of contention appeared to be the stolen Macbook.

I tried to reason with her by explaining that an estimate, by definition, was inaccurate and there was no way we could recall the exact hardware setup and value of that laptop without access to my financial records.

Furthermore, Swell’s financial liability was limited to my insurance deductible, so purposefully over valuing my things would not have benefited me financially.

I have still yet to receive a response.

We are young, active people who wanted a destination where you could surf, scuba dive, and kite board. Swell looked like a fun and safe place to stay.

Instead we were robbed, lied to, and accused of being frauds.

And our trip ended up costing over $1,600 more than we planned.

Oh, and did I mention I was pick pocketed walking home from the beach restaurants one night?

If you value your safety and your personal belongings I would encourage you to stay somewhere else.
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Date of stay: July 2011
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
3.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from GoGapSport, Owner at Swell Surf Camp
Responded Sep 16, 2011
These guests were the victim of a theft from one of the cleaning staff who was instantly arrested by the Police and subsequently fired; a regrettable incident for us all. After the theft, this couple and all other guests were asked to list belongings that were taken. Without exception, other guests were reimbursed (some immediately) from our own pocket for any uninsured items. The couple who wrote the ‘review’ of us above, having produced a list of items totaling more than $4,350 USD (not $2,700 they claim in their review), was asked to provide some receipts, especially for a MacBook Pro which they wrote on their claim list to have had a value of exactly $2,998.95. As they insisted their laptop, was brand new and purchased immediately before coming out to the Dominican Republic, it seemed reasonable for us to ask for a copy of the sales receipt before reimbursing them. They also claimed the loss of an expensive Nikon camera that they were seen to still have in their possession after the theft. The receipt they finally produced for the laptop a few weeks later, showed that it was in fact purchased 17 months earlier and for $1,400 USD, quite a different sum than the $2,998.95 they were trying to claim from us. They were unable to ever produce a receipt for the camera. Jim and I fail to see the 'honest mistake' they claim to have made in their review. To get a price wrong is one thing, but to claim a brand new item and forget that you had in fact purchased the laptop 17 months earlier is not reasonable in our view. Even though we had no legal obligation to do so, we offered to put guests in the position they came into Swell, not in a position that made them better off. This couple stayed with us for another week after the theft and had many opportunities to be truthful about the age and cost of the laptop but they chose not to and as a result, they lost any goodwill on our part. Jim and I reimbursed all the other guests, costing us personally almost $10,000 USD. We were very proud that our guests had been able to leave items/cash both in their rooms and around Swell for almost two years, but since the incident and to prevent the possibility of any further problems, we decided to install safes in all rooms. Clare and Jim
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SurftheRock wrote a review Nov 2011
Syracuse, Italy
2.0 of 5 bubbles
i really cannot understand where all of the positive reviews come from. We booked our trip based on the reviews here and were shocked at the reality of the product. First mistake, Dominican is not a surf destination but if you can see past that for the warm weather and night life then read on.....

Secondly, a surf camp by definition should be by the surf, this place is NOT!

There is a truck that leaves in the morning, where you sit in surf gear, in the back of a truck on a bench, and takes you to the main break. The schedule is set to the camp not to the swell. You get a couple of hours, return for breakfast, then go back if you like immediately for a second session. there is no surfing after mid morning.....even if it is good.

I have been all over the world surfing and again, if you can see past the first point and the second, then make sure you rent a motor bike or car and pre-negotiate with the owers about off hour board rental included because this is not a normal Surf Camp.
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Date of stay: February 2011
1.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
3.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Response from GoGapSport, Owner at Swell Surf Camp
Responded Nov 9, 2011
We are truly sorry to read your opinion of Swell. The majority of our former guests, many of whom are seasoned surfers, would take issue with your point that the Dominican Republic is not a 'surf' destination' and as a result, we have an extremely high return-customer rate. This week alone, we've had some world-class surf conditions and in a year, we have around 350 surf able days. Clients travel the 8 minutes to the surf beach in a comfortable mini-bus. Furthermore, we store most of our boards down at the beach so clients rarely, if ever, have to travel with boards. We alter the times of our visits to the beach to get the best conditions of the day and in this week alone, we have had two sunset surf sessions, apart from the daytime surf. Our guests are welcome to go to the beach as many times as they wish using the boards they've rented. Generally, we find this review very odd and out of place. Checking our guest records, we had no Italian guest stay in February 2011 and certainly if you had been at Swell and made any of your concerns known to our staff, we would have been able to rectify it in an instant. The truck we sometimes used to which you refer was sold a year ago, so we would not have had it in February. Lastly, the location of Swell was chosen very deliberately. It would have been much cheaper for us to build down at the surf beach but for various reasons, the location we chose is better. Our clients get taken to the surf beach, but can walk easily into the town to enjoy all the Cabarete has to offer.
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SurfGuy2015 wrote a review Oct 2015
Los Angeles, California
1.0 of 5 bubbles
I went there as a single traveller after reading the other reviews. I was not impressed at all. The food was only mediocre and the rooms were definitely not what I expected. The surf was ok but I could have had the same waves in California.
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Date of stay: August 2015
2.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
1.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Trip type: Travelled solo
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Response from GoGapSport, Owner at Swell Surf Camp
Responded Oct 6, 2015
Well hello Surf-Guy2015, perhaps you would like to actually book and stay with us before venturing such a poor opinion of a truly great place? The other (almost) 200 reviews of us do however give a more genuine feel of what it is like to come to Swell surf camp as a single traveller. Happy surfing to you, Clare and Jim :)
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crane-technique wrote a review May 2011
Toronto, Canada
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I had heard great things about Swell from a friend. I had done a week long surf camp in Costa Rica two years ago and felt to itch to go surfing again. I'm so happy I did! Firstly, everyone who works at swell is wonderful. The environment is like staying with a close-friend and is designed to allow solo travellers to mingle as much as they would like, while also allowing privacy. It really helped to be able to enjoy meals together with new friends. In addition, the dinners cooked at Swell 4/7 nights were delicious!

The room was clean and Swell looks just as good as the pictures on their website -- no creatively deceptive angles! It was also great to be a five minute walk to Cabarete which has a nice beach and restaurants if you want to mix up your daily hammock naps.

I can say that compared to my previous surf camp experience, this exceeded my expectations. Most importantly, I honestly believe that the owner's (Clare and Jim) here are decent and honest people, which explains why there are so many repeat visitors. They treat you like family and are always looking for ways to help make your vacation a blast.

As a solo traveller wanting to do some surfing and relaxing, and wondering whether Swell was the right choice, now I don't need to think anymore -- this place is the ideal. I am definitely making a trip back in the future.

Ryan
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Date of stay: April 2011
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled solo
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FranPak-NY wrote a review Apr 2011
New York City, New York
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I have never posted a review on any website but I couldn't resist writing one for swell surf camp. I admit I was a little skeptical before coming because it was hard to believe that this place didn't have one bad review but.....in fact they have exceeded my expectations or rather have impressed me with all the pleasant conveniences that they have thought of to make our stay comfortable. The hosts did a great job with the common space to promote socializing with the other surf campers and if we were not surfing we were hanging out all together around the great big kitchen table or poolside, along with staff members (although we definitely would all agree they were much more than staff to us).

My recommendations:
1. If you are booking dorm style (which I did and loved and would do again) be prepared that some dorm mates may be on different surf schedules so you may be woken by people getting ready to head out in the early 6:45am session.
2. Take one day and visit 27 waterfalls. You can take a morning session surf lesson and head out around 11am. The staff is always available to help arrange excursions.
3. Eat one meal at chinos (very cheap) the local eats right around the block from swell.
4. Definitely get your fill of the homemade granola bars that they have bc they are great.
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Date of stay: April 2011
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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KeeK wrote a review Nov 2018
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I’ve been to a few surf camps around the world (Costa Rica, Philippines and Canary Islands) and this was by far the most well thought out camp I’ve been to, from the scheduling to the location and setup of the house:

1. Scheduling: The morning starts off with a light breakfast - banana and coffee in the morning is enough to get you going for the first long morning session without throwing up on your paddle out beyond the break. We leave the house at 6:30am which is perfect timing for the waves given it’s low tide. We head back around 9am for a big breakfast (will talk about food below) and then head back out at 10:30am for a shorter session. I thought it was odd to not just stay out there once we went to the beach but honestly you will get tired after the first session and you will be excited to rest your muscles, get some sustenance and take a quick break before heading out again. After the second session, your schedule is basically free to explore. I like this aspect because it was the perfect mix of structure and flexibility leaving room for local exploration. Certain days, Swell provides dinner which gives you a chance to socialize with the rest of the house.

2. House location: the place was quite ideal in terms of location. It’s about 20-30 minutes outside POP airport which was greatly appreciated after a long flight. The house is located about 10 minutes from Encuentro which is where we have our surf lessons. It is also located across the street from the beach where a lot of kitesurfing takes place. If you want to explore beyond the house, you won’t feel stuck. It’s a 5 minute walk to the nearest casual dining area and a 10 minute walk to the restaurants on the beach which gives plenty of options to explore.

3. The house itself: the pics are true to form. Very open space downstairs with well designed rooms. I opted for one of the single rooms. Huge king size bed with closet space, a safe, and a very clean bathroom. It has AC which is a nice luxury to have but I used it sparingly to limit my use of energy. They are strict on use of kitchen (I.e. you can’t use it) but you don’t need it anyways. Everything you need is either provided or you can get nearby.

4. Food: Amazing! Breakfast is different everyday but you typically get some egg type entree, crepes, fruit, fresh squeezed juice. For dinner, they change up the menu so you don’t end up eating the same thing over and over again. Sometimes I wished dinner was provided everyday because it was so good but then again, I wouldn’t have explored other options otherwise.

5. Staff: Awesome. They understand hospitality which you may not get at every surf camp. Haudy the manager is on top of everything and the instructors are great for helping complete newbies and experienced beginners who are looking to increase their wave count.

6. Instruction: the instructors are VERY knowledgeable and use good judgment in transitioning newbies from white water surfing to legitimate green waves throughout the week. There are 2 off the beach instruction sessions: 1) in the pool, learning how to paddle, sit on the board, turtle roll etc. and 2) “textbook” lesson about the waves - what causes a wave, different types of waves, surf etiquette etc. The major difference between this and other surf camps is that Swell does not take pictures or video for you to review afterwards. Personally, I didn’t find this tactic all that helpful so don’t think you’re missing much on this front.

7. Waves: Mother Nature is what it is. When I was there, on certain days, it was 2-3ft, others were 4ft. Sometimes the waves were clean but days after rain, it was pretty choppy. In other words, you get what you get. It’s a reef break, so the waves are further out from the beach - prepare to paddle. I was used to beach and point breaks so the paddling (for those surfing green waves) was really what got me. The instructors get you through it and guide you on where to paddle based on where the channel is - the first paddle out is always the worst. For advanced surfers, if you get bored going to the same break (Encuentro) repeatedly, this place may not be for you.

Helpful tips:
1. Gordito’s across the street from the house is phenomenal. I still dream of their shrimp burrito and it’s all I crave after a long surf session. The gelato stand next to Gordito’s was also great - highly suggest the cherry flavor

2. Money - bring cash. You don’t need to exchange US$. I survived without exchanging any money. Typically what happens is you pay in US$ and then they give you change in Dominican Pesos. Exchange rate is around 50:1 but restaurants take a little off the top with 48:1 if you pay in dollars which I don’t think is that big a deal. You can use a credit card but I think you get charged extra for it at most restaurants.

3. If you need a massage, ask Haudy to book an appointment for you. It’s about $28 for a no frills massage down the street from the house.

4. What to pack: (this is for the ladies) don’t overpack. It’s pretty casual there as a beach town. I wore athletic clothes the entire time.
- Swimsuits (make sure they are not flimsy as they will get undone when you’re in the waves). You do NOT need to bring a rash guard. You are required to wear ones provided by the camp.
- Board shorts. But bring surf leggings if you’re accident prone and don’t want to get too scraped up. Also, if you sit on the board, your skin can chafe if your board shorts are not long enough
- Optional: surf booties to prevent getting pricked by sea urchins. The camp provides booties but I suggest bringing your own if you don’t like sharing shoes with strangers
- Flip flops of course
- Bug spray - there are mosquitoes
- Sunscreen (both face and body)
- Water bottle
- Optional: if you plan to go canyoning for one of the day trips (which I highly suggest), bring sneakers you’re willing to get wet since you’ll be rappelling through waterfalls and walking/ swimming through streams

5. People - for those of you who have never been to surf camps, your experience can be affected either positively or negatively by other guests you’re with given the social setting. It’s pretty rare to have a negative experience. Most people I’ve encountered in these types of vacations are super chill and I still keep in contact with a lot of people I’ve met at surf camps. At this one for the specific week I stayed, the guests were very inclusive and always asked if anyone wanted to join when making plans. So don’t worry about getting any social anxiety. Also, if you want to be by yourself, you can totally do that as well. I needed time to decompress and went out on my own quite often as did the other guests.

6. Get in shape beforehand. I went for 7 days and I was wiped by day 7. It will be a lot more fun if you’re physically prepared.
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Date of stay: November 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
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JROG2016 wrote a review Jul 2016
Newburyport, Massachusetts
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My wife and I booked a week's stay at Swell Surf Camp with the goal of improving our ability to surf. We knew nothing about Swell except for what we read on the Website and other internet sites, so we were not sure what exactly to expect. It turned out to be ONE OF THE GREATEST TRIPS WE EVER TOOK!! Every part of the experience was EXCEPTIONAL. The accomodations, the food, the staff, and of course the surf instruction, were all OUTSTANDING! Our surfing skills improved significantly. Ed, Paloma, and Neno are terrific instructors, and Hawdy made sure everything ran smoothly for all the guests. We met great people from all over the world. This is a MUST for anyone who likes to surf. We are already planning to return again this year. Well done Swell staff, well done!
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Date of stay: July 2016
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Jenna F asked a question Dec 2017
Milwaukee, Wisconsin19 contributions4 helpful votes
Is it common for a guest to stay weeks back to back?
Answer from Clare M
Pecatu, Indonesia814 contributions47 helpful votes
We have a lot of guests who stay longer than a week (the longer you stay, the cheaper it is too :-)
Answer from pnutcox
Chicago, Illinois5 contributions6 helpful votes
No I did not use 2Checkout. From here in the states we used PayPal.
Answer from Clare M
Pecatu, Indonesia814 contributions47 helpful votes
Hi there Kingztron, our average guests range is from 19 years to 44, but on occasion we have had 16 year olds and 65 year olds. The wonderful thing about Swell is that it feels like a family (but even better as everyone shares the same interest of surfing)!
3jreast asked a question Mar 2015
Cabarete, Dominican Republic2 contributions
Where can I make reservations for Rancho Luisa tours? Or can I make them on line?
3jreast asked a question Mar 2015
Cabarete, Dominican Republic2 contributions
Does your company make reservations for Rancho Luisa (horseback riding)?
Answer from Clare M
Pecatu, Indonesia814 contributions47 helpful votes
Yes 3jreast, if you are staying with us, we will make that reservation with Rancho Luisa for you :)
Coraline1985 wrote a tip Jul 2023
Somerville, Massachusetts10 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"It is not required, but if you are new to surfing and taking lessons more than 4 days, I. recommend you were padded rash guard."
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jenzuccato wrote a tip Aug 2019
Toronto, Canada17 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The dorm room was great if you are on a budget. The upstairs private rooms have a beautiful view of the sky and neighboring farmland."
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15maz wrote a tip Jun 2017
Denver, Colorado11 contributions7 helpful votes
3.0 of 5 bubbles
"Dorm rooms would be the best value"
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Shannon G wrote a tip Jun 2017
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The dorms were great. I had 2 others for half my stay & was alone for the rest. Very spacious & comfortable. Just keep the fan on at night"
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cwtsurf wrote a tip Apr 2017
6 contributions12 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Dorms are super nice. Sometimes you have the whole dorm to yourself."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Swell Surf Camp
Which popular attractions are close to Swell Surf Camp?
Nearby attractions include Cabarete Beach (0.2 km), Vino Pinto (0.3 km), and Premium Jewellers (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Swell Surf Camp?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and free parking.
Is parking available at Swell Surf Camp?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Swell Surf Camp?
Conveniently located restaurants include Yalla, Bliss Restaurant Lounge Bar Pool, and Gordito's Fresh Mex.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Swell Surf Camp?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and fitness classes during their stay.
Does Swell Surf Camp have airport transportation?
Yes, Swell Surf Camp offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
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