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Stoked School of Surf is a mobile surf school and surf tour operator based in Cape Town, providing a unique surfing experience at beaches with the most ideal wind and swell conditions. Whether you have surfed before or never even touched a surfboard, these surf lessons are the best way to start your South African surf adventure. This combo of the 4-lesson package and 7 nights accommodation is perfect for those wanting to learn how to surf whilst tapping into the pulse of the vibrant Cape Town. Enjoy a perfect surf holiday with pristine tropical beaches, comfortable accommodation and the best surf experience!
You will be based at a lodging in the trendy Kloof Street area that is within a walking distance of a variety of many great restaurants, local fashion stores and the famed Long Street.
This package includes four two-hour surf lessons which can be taken any time over a period of 7 days. The lessons cover everything from surf safety and ocean awareness, to paddling technique, how to stand up and surf the waves, turning and trimming green waves to wave selection and rules of the surf. After four surf lessons, you are guaranteed to be stoked and ready to venture off into the appropriate beginner surf on your own. The instructors will advise what equipment is best for you and should you decide to purchase your own gear, Stoked School of Surf will even arrange discounted prices on equipment. Surfing knowledge and general ocean understanding will be built on with each lesson including surf safety, weather/surf and wave predictions, board design and personal board selection including wetsuit construction and surfing terminology. The lessons will cover the following topics:
This retreat will take place at different beaches with the most ideal wind and swell conditions in Cape Town, South Africa.