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The actual cost of food and drink should not be that much of an issue - subsistence food is relatively cheap everywhere. In some countries, surf culture includes staying in your camper van, or camping at the beach, so if you do want cheap, the way to go may be to club together with others and buy/hire a van or micro-bus. Ferrugem in Brazil is popular. ...
South America has some amazing beaches to go surfing you might enjoy besides the ones you have in Argentina already. I am not sure what would be 'cheap' for you, you certainly will have the cost of the trip to the destination as one of the most important expenses. Costa Rica is a good option, although is more Central than South America. You might consider ...
Hawaii is a good candidate, with its world-famous surfing waves and numerous scuba diving spots, including dives near flowing lava.
I've been to San Diego a couple of times and both times stayed in vacation rentals instead of hotels. This worked great for our family because it meant we had our own garden and felt very settled while we were there. We stayed somewhat north of the city in Del Mar and Encinitas. Both these areas were great. I'm not a surfer, but there's always lots of people ...
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