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See the beauty of Los Angeles, California! This surf camp is ultimately ever surfer's dream come true. You will spend your days riding the waves and your nights relaxing and enjoying the beautiful sights. So what are you waiting for? Come and enjoy this trip designed to provide the maximum amount of fun and time in the water!
You will stay for three nights at Angela’s home located in Marina del Rey, California, USA. The home is located on the border of eclectic Venice Beach and gorgeous Marina Del Rey. A peaceful neighborhood, yet close to all the action.
You will love the fresh updates, new furniture, and local art in this home built for entertaining and family-style gatherings. It has wide open spaces and a flowing floor plan with all the amenities you need to relax and enjoy your company. The hot tub, fire pit, pool table, and library of board games and DVDs provide fun for all age groups.
Minimum persons required to book: 2
Six lessons are included and will be held at different surf spots in Los Angeles. Surf Thursday afternoon, two in Friday morning and afternoon, two Saturday morning and afternoon, and one on Sunday morning.
Sergio is a fitness industry veteran, and health and wellness advocate who started in 1998 as a Personal Trainer and a Spin Instructor. He trains to stay strong and to enjoy life to a maximum. For him, this includes surfing, working, and wrangling his two young daughters.
This yoga retreat will take place at California, USA.
Santa Monica is a perfect break for beginners. There is plenty of room in the water and a safe, sandy bottom, so students can experience surfing without the danger of rocks underfoot.
Venice is a sand bottom beginner-friendly location, but the breakwater jetty has a right-handed break that is for intermediate to advanced surfers only. There are a few spots that with the right swell direction and tide combination can produce super fun waves. Low-tide occasionally breaks well, but it's not recommended.
This is a very crowded break due to the high quality waves. You have to know when to go. The location has three main break areas: First point is for long boards and advanced short boarders, the second and third point are for short boarders that like fast waves. It is a perfect right-handed break, and when its pumping it can break past the pier.
This is a gentle beginner wave in close proximity to Santa Monica. It does not break all the time so you have to time the tide and the direction of the swell to get it just right. When it is good it can be a lot of fun, crowded with friendly people. The best spot to surf is in front of the lifeguard stand where most lessons are happening.
The house you will be staying at has a fully-equipped kitchen where you can cook your own meals.