This onsite program will focus on learning the basics of Surf. Meet the surf instructors at the beach, where the school will provide transportation for the kids. Each coach will oversee a group of four kids. All surfboards and wetsuits are included in the program. The lessons will be both on the sand and in the water, and the entire camp will last for three hours, with 2.5 hours of instruction and a 30-minute snack break.
Students will have an introduction and safety briefing, then have a Warm-up session, and learn the different techniques: Paddling technique, Pop-up technique, Riding the wave technique. They will have the opportunity to practice what they have learned with the assistance of the instructor. At the end of the class the instructor will review what was covered in the lesson and answer any questions the students may have.
Surfing is a sport in which a person, known as a surfer, rides a board on the crest, face, and curl of a wave in the ocean. The objective of the sport is to ride the wave as far as possible and to perform various maneuvers on the board such as turns, cutbacks, and aerial tricks. The surfer uses the power and energy of the wave to propel themselves along the surface of the water. There are different styles of surfing, such as longboarding and shortboarding, and different types of waves, such as point breaks and reef breaks, which can affect the surfer's technique and the type of board used. Surfing originated in Polynesia and has become a popular recreational and competitive activity around the world.
Cost per children per hour: $25 - $35
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