Kingsurf Surf Camp, Mawgan Porth, Newquay, Cornwall
Kingsurf Surf Camp, Mawgan Porth, Newquay, Cornwall.
NEXT COURSE DATES: 17th & 18th NOVEMBER 2018
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NEW DATES : 1st & 2nd DECEMBER 2018
For the November or December camps, click HERE to book….
After traveling the world and staying in a range of different surf camps we felt it was time to create our very own here in Cornwall.
The Kingsurf Surf Camp offers a range of accommodation options including self catering apartments, Luxury B&B, and camping.
Arrive Friday night to a few welcome beverages at the fully licensed bar constantly at the surf camp, here in Newquay, churning out some chilled reggae tunes and a huge fire pit outside for staying warm around and relaxing at night. Set off Saturday morning for your first session. Wherever the surf looks best, we’ll be there….
We are currently sorting out some add-ons, like yoga and massage. Is there something extra you’d like to do to help you relax after a long day in the water?
Let us know where you are with your surfing and we will help you progress to the next level.
Feel free to look at our KingSurf TripAdvisor reviews or Facebook page to get a real feel for what we are about.
Check out the video below!
We love the winter!
The beaches are quieter, the roads are empty, the waves are better, the flights and accommodation options are cheaper too!
It’s obvious to us that winter is the time to be here and surf. We have set up a winter surf camp so that we can offer a bespoke approach to our surf lessons. We want to keep the experience nice and personal so we are limiting the surf camp weekends to 10 people. This will allow us to explain so much more that we do not have to time for in the busier summer season. To keep you toasty we have invested in the best winter equipment we could find. Click here for more info on our winter gear.
Here’s some of the many things you will learn about on the surf camp
- reading surf forecasts
- knowing which beach to head to in order to suit your level of surfing.
- Choosing the right equipment to buy.
- The use of rip currents and channels.
- The science behind a board and it’s shape.
- Watching your self back on Video and how to improve your skill level.
- Different techniques of getting out though the waves