“Surf a lot” is our philosophy and definitely has the highest priority in our camp. But what are the important factors to get to surf a lot? And how do we implement them for you? This is where the answers are.
We divide our surf students after the entry interview into five different surf level groups. This doesn’t mean you will be “trapped” in that group because our instructors are individually effective within the groups.
For example, if you start as a surfing beginner and are making especially fast progress and have mastered the most important challenges of the beginner’s course after a few days, you can easily change into one group higher. The same also works the other way around: You have already surfed parallel (down the line) in the unbroken wave, but haven’t been in the water for a while and therefore are having problems with your take off? Why not get back into the whitewater for a day and work on it?
Effective means that you will learn (no matter what level of surfing) about everything that is important while surfing and what you can improve. Meaningless teaching methods – like pushing someone into the wave, are absolutely out of the question.
The right material is crucial to make progress and to surf a lot of waves. Therefore, you have our huge selection of Sunova and Softtech boards at your disposal. Whether Softboard, Mini Malibu, Fish or shortboard… we have the right equipment for everyone. The material is also available for use outside of course hours.
Practice makes perfect
Surfing mainly means: practice, practice, practice. In order for you to be able to get into the water as often as possible to practice what you’ve learned in our lessons, you have a surf taxi ready 7 days a week to bring you to your favorite surf spots.
The right surf spot for you
Many surf spots on the south coast of Sri Lanka are suitable for surfing beginners, intermediates and advanced surfers. There are numerous beach breaks and a variety of reefs, so that the right conditions are available for every level of surfing.