Surfbreak is excited to let owners who rent out rooms to list for free in exchange for them donating to local charities! It's good for the community and everyone benefits- Timmy Reyes, Professional Surfer, Oneill Team rider and Surfbreak Spokesman.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 17, 2012
Whether the origin of the term “couch surfing” had anything to do with traveling surfers is a mystery, but surfers have been crashing at each other’s pads since they first started spanning the globe in search of new breaks and foreign adventures. So it’s only natural that Surfbreak Rentals, a new website dedicated to connecting traveling surfers with great beach rentals, carries on this long standing tradition by launching their “Stay With a Surfer” feature.
How it Works
- A room in a house or apartment near a surf break can now be listed for FREE on surfbreakrentals.com.
- You do not HAVE to be a surfer to list a room, but it is recommended that you have some local knowledge about the surfing conditions in your area.
- All of the arrangements and details are up to the host and traveler to work out between themselves. Surfbreak Rentals only asks that hosts make a small donation to a local non-profit each time they rent out a room.
Stay at the Surfbreak Rentals House in Nicaragua this Summer
To celebrate the launch of the Stay With a Surfer campaign, the Surfbreak Rentals crew has rented a beachfront villa at a prime surf break in Nicaragua for the month of August and is opening up the house to guests. There will be acclaimed surf videographers and professional surfers, such as Timmy Reyes on hand to help guests take their surfing skills to the next level. There are 4 week-long sessions, priced at only $1475 per guest for room and board. More info is available at Surfbreakrentals.com/travel
About Surfbreak Rentals
Surfbreak Rentals was founded by a group of Northern California surfers with a passion for traveling and technology. After years of struggling to find great places to stay near their favorite destination surf breaks, they finally decided to do something about it by creating surfbreakrentals.com. The entire site design and navigation is based on more than 1,600 global surf breaks, which makes it the first vacation rental site that allows users to search for accommodations based on specific beaches and surf breaks. Travelers can also ask travel related questions, such as what places would make the perfect surf trip given a certain budget or time of year.