Registration for the 2018 Santa Teresa Beach Camp closes Dec. 15!
You can register for the 2018 Santa Teresa Beach Camp! Camp dates are February 21st (12 p.m. arrival) to the 25th (10 a.m. departure). Secure your spot now or risk losing your chance to enjoy this life-changing experience!
Train Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu with All-Star Black Belts
Santa Teresa Beach Camp is a three day training camp run by 9 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt instructors.
2018 Training Schedule
Plan to arrive in Santa Teresa on Wed, Feb 22 so you can be ready to train the next morning. Book your stay at one of our beach-side cabins and you will be within easy walking distance of the mats.
|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|
Choose the Camp Package That's Right for You
RESERVE YOUR SPOT: You can make a deposit to reserve your spot.
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.
Surf, Explore (and Train On!) Costa Rica's Most Pristine Beaches
Imagine the most picturesque and unspoiled white sand beach that you can where the coastline is lined with layer upon layer of unspoiled jungle, palm trees and coconut groves. You can hear the sounds of wild birds chirping and squirrels playing in the trees behind you. White-faced monkeys (capuchin monkeys) are swinging in the trees. A howler monkey’s enormous yell echoes in the distance. The stunning and powerful ocean roars in front of you and it stretches out in all directions as far as the eye can see. Welcome to Santa Teresa beach. This once sleepy beach escape is one of the most beautiful beaches in Costa Rica and it is just waiting to be explored by you and your whole family. Santa Teresa beach is near the southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula of Costa Rica and although it’s a little hard to get to, it is most definitely worth the trip.