Join a surf camp to give your surf­ing a con­fi­dence boost

Surf Girl - - – Travel Guide – -

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.

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 not get out there and em­brace a surf camp this au­tumn?

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