2020 Camp will run from
Wednesday, February 26th to Sunday, March 1st.

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Packages for 2020 will be announced soon, but to get a feel of what the packages were last year check them out below


Train Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with All-Star Black Belts

The Rollin' in Costa Rica Retreat is a three day Jiu-Jitsu training camp run by 8 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt instructors. 

2019 Training Schedule 

Plan to arrive in Santa Teresa on Wednesday so you can be ready to train the next morning. Book your stay at one of our beach-side bungalows and you will be within easy walking distance of the mats. 

Time Activities
9:00AM-11:30AM Morning Training Session
11:30AM-4:00PM Lunch / Free Time
1:00PM Surf Lessons (Optional)
4:00PM-6:00PM Evening Training Session
 
This has to be my best travel experience to date! The entire Rollin’ in Costa Rica team was organized and accommodating from the start and provided an incredible BJJ experience in Santa Teresa. In addition to the training, the team was also incredibly helpful with planning excursions out to Montezuma, zip lining, and surfing lessons. I have no doubt that next year’s camp will be even bigger and better and I highly encourage anyone interested in traveling and BJJ to sign up! A truly unique and unforgettable getaway!
— Vivek Singh, Purple Belt

Discover Santa Teresa, Costa Rica's Best Kept Secret

This off-the-beaten path beach town offers the perfect mix of great surf, delicious food, friendly locals, and fun activities whether your goal is relaxation or adventure, all surrounded by unspoiled natural beauty and exotic wildlife.


Rollin in Costa Rica 2016 was a fantastic adventure. The top level BJJ teachers from both the US and from Costa Rica were incredible. The accommodations, food and location were top notch and beautiful. But the best part of the trip was the camaraderie and friendships with my teammates.
— Justin Fried, White Belt
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Get ready for tasty waves, creative kitchens and babes in board shorts and bikinis, because the southwestern corner of Península de Nicoya has all that and more. Which is why it’s become one of Costa Rica’s most life-affirming destinations.
— Lonely Planet's Guide to Santa Teresa
 
With its pristine beaches, delicious seafood and cheery vibe, this town is the next great south-of-the-border destination.
— Alice Newell-Hanson, Travel Writer, The New York Times
 
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