The Surf Play Love Surf Camp gives you a wonderful opportunity to explore Bali and immerse yourself (literally) in its surf culture. You’ll have the opportunity to meet new friends, get professional surf lessons, and fully enjoy one of the world’s top tropical destinations. Just steps from one of Canggu’s best surf breaks, and around the corner from the town’s main drag, your guesthouse boasts an unbeatable location.
After sign up, we’ll provide you with personalized recommendations on how to get the most out of your Bali trip. We’ll fill you in on the best destinations, the most delicious restaurants, the best surf spots, the most relaxing spas for your post-surf massage, and the best places to catch a breathtaking sunset beer with your friends.
Prior to departure, we’ll host a video conference call with all the guests to answer any last minute questions and give you an opportunity to get introduced to your new friends.
You’ll get daily surf lessons, but apart from that, you’ll have the opportunity to shape your itinerary as you see fit. To give you some inspiration, however, we’ll provide you with a sample itinerary that includes our personal favorite destinations and activities.
Each day, surf spots are chosen depending on your surf experience level, and weather/wave conditions.
The lessons begin with the surf guide explaining surfing fundamentals such as water safety, surf etiquette, and technique. You will then perform a light warm up stretch to get your body ready for the session.
There will be a maximum of two participants to one guide. This semi-private format allows for a high degree of attention from your instructor, improving the rate at which you learn.
During and after the lesson, your guide will review your performance and give you instructions for improvement.
After your session, you are free to shape your itinerary as you see fit, and may choose from our recommended list of activities and destinations, such as getting a massage, going shopping at nearby boutiques, going for a scooter ride through the rice fields, or visiting a nearby town, beach, or waterfall. In the afternoons, often times, surf camp attendees choose to meet up for a sunset beer on the beach and enjoy the reggae band, followed by dinner.