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**IMPORTANT NOTICE** Check in to your room at Swell is not before 3pm and we will not be able to collect you from the very early arrivals (for example, some of the Jet Blue or Spirit Air flights arriving at 1, 2 or 3am into STI/SDQ), unless you have made your reservation from the day before.  If you don’t wish to book an extra night, you will have to arrange your own airport transportation during the night/early morning and make other arrangements for your accommodation until our normal check-in time.
Please leave the arrivals field blank if you are not taking the extra night at Swell.  Likewise, check out of your room is 11am and you will need to make arrangements with us to be able to stay on at Swell past the normal afternoon or early evening flight departures.  If you want to amend your booking to be able to check in earlier, or extend your stay past check-out time, please contact us [email protected].

If you haven’t got your flights organised yet, please bookmark this page and send it to Clare ASAP.

Additional charges will apply if you are not flying in and out of Puerto Plata (POP) Airport.

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If you have entered an incorrect pick up time and our driver goes to collect you at the time you have entered, additional airport transfer fees will be added to your account at Swell.

We know how people don't like reading Terms and Conditions, so we’ve kept them short:

We don’t offer any refund or credits on the room we save exclusively for you at Swell. This includes (but is not limited to) illness/injury, family issues, expired passports, bad weather, sick pets, job commitments, traffic problems, airline delays, relationship breakdowns, etc. etc.

Don’t ask us for a refund or a credit; your reason will not be exceptional and we will say no: this is what a travel insurance policy is for and you must have one in place for your trip to Swell. This policy will need to cover you for complete medical care in the Dominican Republic, together with cancellation or changes cover for any unforeseen circumstances.

If for any reason you need to extend your stay at Swell additional charges will apply; we will of course provide you with an invoice so that you can make a claim on your insurance policy.

Our kitchen is strictly out of bounds for guests: we know it looks inviting as a lovely open space, but it is for our staff only to use. We put Swell right next to a whole bunch of good, (often cheap) places to get lunch and dinners (on the nights we don’t cook).

If you ask to cook or warm something up or keep your half-eaten takeaway in the fridge, you will be refused. There is plenty of alternative accommodation available in Cabarete if you like to self-cater.

We will look after you very well; our staff have the best training available in their fields of expertise, but if you hurt yourself doing an activity (surfing/kiting are EXTREME sports), or your stuff gets stolen, we won’t take responsibility for it; your travel insurance policy needs to cover you.

Make sure you have adequate insurance to protect any belongings you bring with you to Swell. Swell will not take any responsibility for any loss or damage to your belongings whilst at the camp; we can vouch for our own staff but in shared rooms particularly, we cannot vouch for fellow guests.

The same applies to any activities undertaken outside of Swell; like Canyoning for example, can be dangerous by their very nature and you undertake these excursions at your own risk.

Our surf coaches will give you instructions at the beach to keep you safe. If you do not follow their guidance, they will refuse to take you to the beach or allow you to rent our equipment.




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  • Think of Swell as the anti-surf camp. There’s plenty of surfing, of course, but the similarities to other camps end there. For starters, the rooms are stylish — more boutique hotel than reggae-loving surfer digs. Then there are the legendary breakfasts (omelettes, pancakes and crepes, fresh-squeezed orange juice, and fruit bowls). Structured lessons take place each morning, with an instructor alongside you and the head surf coach watching from shallow water, ready to offer tips between rides.”

     

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    [Frommer’s Travel Guides]

  • “The Dominican Republic has it all!”

    We hope you will join us on a Caribbean Surf Holiday in the Dominican Republic.

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