The surf travel options for this time of year are endless – there are good waves in the UK, the sun’s out and surf’s up in the not so far-flung shores of Portugal and the Canary Islands, while consistent conditions await in Morocco, where prices are low, sun is guaranteed and the culture is beautiful. Or, for those looking to escape further afield for a tropical adventure, how about Costa Rica, Hawaii or the Outer Banks islands in North Carolina?
It’s all about extending the summer for as long as possible. What with wintry weather on the not-too-distant horizon, why not head to a surf camp to make the most of the warm waters, make new friends, build your surf confidence and do something for yourself.
“What I love most about surf retreats is the camaraderie and enthusiasm that women bring to the sea with them. It is a place where women are supported, encouraged, and allowed to truly be in the moment. It creates a safe environment for women to learn and improve. In the group setting every ride is cheered, giving us the confidence to trust ourselves and each other and take our surfing skills to the next level and, of course, share the stoke!”Laura McHugh
Surfing is meant to be fun, which is something that surf camps offer in bucket loads. Plus, if you’re having a good time, you’ll learn more efficiently. The high calibre surf instructors will help you take on the different aspects of learning at your own pace, and with a friendly team on hand you will build up your surf confidence in no time – whether you’re a beginner or looking to progress to the next step.
SO, BEFORE WINTER CREEPS UP, WHY GET OUT THERE AND EMBRACE A SURF CAMP THIS AUTUMN?