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beginner surf spot for kids - not in Bali« on: June 02 2013 00:06:00 »
We are planning a 3 week surf /chill dive trip with 2 kids 7 and 10 and would love to find a spot - chilled /safe
not to busy but with some infra structure -?. Be amazing to all come back knowing how to surf a basic wave
any ideas suggestions
have also considered Sri lanka and costa ricca
RE: beginner surf spot for kids - not in Bali« Reply #1 on: June 02 2013 17:06:00 »
Where are you coming from?
RE: beginner surf spot for kids - not in Bali« Reply #3 on: June 03 2013 09:06:00 »
Well, Costa Rica seems rather far to go when you have so much that is closer. Personally, I think Costa Rica is a but over rated but that's just me. How about the Maldives? Perhaps one of the outer islands. Three weeks in one place w/ kids that young could be a handfull. You'll probablly need good wifi. ;)
RE: beginner surf spot for kids - not in Bali« Reply #4 on: June 04 2013 06:06:00 »
I agree 3 weeks one place big ask and costa ricca long way - be great to be able to spend 10 days in Indo and 10 day sri lanka-
spots with mellow kids friendly learning surf
so far the only kids spots have discovered are what look like very busy spots in sir lanka and indo spots all look bit to big/hectic for kids - Bali has a few but really want avoid bali - lomok could be an option ?
any suggestions - information tricky to find
RE: beginner surf spot for kids - not in Bali« Reply #5 on: June 05 2013 08:06:00 »
Maybe look onto some sort of nanny service? No details myself, just a suggestion. The conundrum is that places that can keep a youngster occupied are going to be the bussier places; the laid back places they will bored. Lomboc? Probablly the same problem, just less so than Bali. Not sure.