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    Hi, I'm looking for a B&B in Cabarete, any recommendations?
    We'd also like to take surf classes, don't know if there are B&B's who offer them or is it better to book them seperately?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yasmin View Post
    Hi, I'm looking for a B&B in Cabarete, any recommendations?
    We'd also like to take surf classes, don't know if there are B&B's who offer them or is it better to book them seperately?
    I don't of any B&B's but checkout Ali's Surf Camp in Cabarete they have lodging and a really great restaurant. I do believe there are a couple of similar places in the Kite Beach area as well as Encuantro Beach

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    You could try the eXtreme Hotel or Kite Beach Inn, they’d definitely be able to point you in the right directions for lessons. As far as I know, eXtreme still has the restaurant. Check if the Kite Beach Inn still has theirs, it may be closed. But they still have a kite school right next door.

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    Walking distance to Encuentro....http://www.the-secretgarden.com

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    Hi there, many thanks for the info, has anyone experienced Tropical Casa Laguna?


    About the surfing, are there possibilities to take classes just by going to the beach (separated from the hotel)
    Me and the girls speak good Spanish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yasmin View Post
    Hi there, many thanks for the info, has anyone experienced Tropical Casa Laguna?


    About the surfing, are there possibilities to take classes just by going to the beach (separated from the hotel)
    Me and the girls speak good Spanish.
    A friend of mine is staying at TCL. It's on a very good location, right in the centre of town, with good facilities, but he says that the design of the apartments is very quirky, possibly because it was converted from a hotel. However, it's not so good for traditional surfing, which takes place at Playa Encuentro, about 10 minutes away by car/moto. But if you are interested in kite boarding or windsurfing, there are plenty of schools within easy walking distance.

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    Thanks for your feedback, being in a good location would be the reason to choose this hotel
    Concerning the surfing we can check at the beach and decide what to do, as they have no experience at all

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