Looking to learn to surf in Sri Lanka or push your skills to the next level?
Well, this ladies surf camp week in Sri Lanka has everything you need to progress in a female friendly environment with some top level female surf coaches.
Based out of the popular Ahangama Surf House this ladies only week is all about surf, fun and good vibes.
Whether you’re new to surfing, want to take things to the next level or just fancy a tropical adventure with some like-minded ladies, this one is for you!
Your head coach for the week is Nikita – who qualified for the world tour at age 17 and is one of the best female surf coaches in the business, so you’re in good hands.
Alongside her is Lucy, who has coached all over the globe – from South Africa and Mozambique to cooler waters of the UK, and of course Sri Lanka too.
Rounding off the team is Rosie Jordan, one of the best functional fitness trainers in the country.
Her personal approach to what she preaches will have your body thanking you after a week of love, and she’ll help you get the most out of your surfing.
It’s a week filled with good times, supportive vibes and some epic female company!
Ahangama, Sri Lanka
This course is suitable for all levels of surfer – whether you’ve only had a few surf lessons, or you’re already experienced in the waves.
The perfect opportunity to iron out any bad habits and perfect your technique!
For those with less surf experience, there are plenty of local breaks which will quickly help you progress.
For more experienced surfers, the coastline is filled with amazing breaks to help push your skills to the next level.
Welcome to Sri Lanka! You will be greeted with a cold coconut (or coconut, depending on what time it is), settle into your room, meet the ladies and have your first Sri Lankan curry before an early night and early start the following morning.
The course kicks off on the Sunday and looks a little like this:
6am – coffee & fruit whilst checking the surf from the roof terrace
6:15am – set off for the first surf
9am – breakfast
10am – video analysis and / or surf theory
11am – functional training session
R E S T T I M E – explore the local area / lunch options
3:30pm – Guided surf session
5:30pm – Sunset cocktail on the roof
7pm – Dinner
The rest day is Wednesday when we organise a local excursion – perhaps to the tea plantation in the morning, followed by lunch at ‘turtle beach’ a temple tour, some afternoon shopping at galle fort, then dinner in Unawatuna.
There are also opportunities for optional extras such as an ice bath and breath work experience.
On the final evening we will cook up a BBQ to celebrate an awesome trip and hopefully be up early to enjoy one last dawnie surf before you head off to wherever you are travelling to next.