The Kima Surf Camp is actually quite luxurious for being called a camp, although the budget option is available. The focus here is commonly all inclusive packages that offer all surf services from lessons and guidance to board rental and mobility to the spots. This makes The Kima Surf Camp especially attractive to beginner surfers and intermediate surfers looking to improve with helpful coaching. That being said, the hotel is an aesome environment to chill with comfortable, clean and safe lodging. So, for the experienced surfers on their own agenda it is great also.
There are different accommodation types for various taste and budget. The four-bed and double rooms all have ocean views, a private bathroom and terrace. They are situated around a natural stone pool in a tropical garden. All rooms are modern with hot water and fans. They have TV/DVD, and a transparent glass wall sporting your Indian Ocean panoramas. The deluxe room adds air-conditioning, 32”-LED-TV / DVD with included DVD library with movies and surf flicks. Other additions are a hair-dryer, bathroom amenities, luxury bath towels and deluxe-bedding as well as a big wardrobe with a work desk. Two luxury private villas have have all the above mentioned plus Hifi/DVD/iPOD station, an open bathroom with shower, a kitchen and chill area. These villas are separate from the hotel complex and have their own private pools and tropical garden.
The beach bar and the fantastic vista make it the ideal place for relaxing, wining and dining out between surfing trips. Internet is complimentary. The included breakfast is available from 7:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Typical breakfast items range from toast with fried eggs, fruit salad, pancake, raw veggie cuts with dip, watermelon juice, tea and coffee. To prepare for dawn patrols you can order a take-away breakfast the evening before. There are lots of local cuisine restaurants near the hotel, as well as plenty of western style food that you are accustomed to.
There are limitless other activities and the hotel staff are happy to help plan. Some activities include: diving, wake/kiteboarding, stand-up paddling, volcano trekking, rafting, mountain biking or tree top climbing, and visiting the local temples.