Surf Hong Kong Find Your Breaking Point

[15/05/14] 

Of all the recreational sports that captivate the imagination, few have the cult following of surfing. Not only does the sport breed its own territorial tribalism and generate billions in merchandising, but it’s also a great upper body workout and remains an all-but-guaranteed way to thrill the lovelies under the summer sun. But it’s not enough to simply hang out at the shore, board in hand, and rattle off a few lines from Big Wednesday or quote FBI Special Agent Johnny Utah – at some stage you’re going to have to get wet and learn the basics.

Enter Surf Hong Kong, which offers private surfing classes for everyone from newbies to past boarders looking to brush up their skill set. Surf Hong Kong’s surf camp is based at Sai Wan in Tai Long Wan (Big Wave Bay), ensuring they’re always close to the city’s best breaks. Lessons cover everything from essential beach and surf safety, through to paddling techniques, how to handle a wipe out, and various standing positions. Classes can be customised for different ages and skill levels – there are classes for kids that make for a great summer time activity, and bespoke group classes for some ultimate male bonding, and boards are even provided so you don't have to look like a dope on the MTR until you’re ready to strut your stuff in the surf.

To an endless summer ahead.


Surf Hong Kong
Classes from HK$300
http://surfhongkong.com

 

 


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