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Topic: surfing schools

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replies: 10

By:

viktoria lundquist

Posted in

South Africa South Africa

 

surfing schools

« on: October 19 2004 13:10:00 »

Hi!
i wounder how it is with surfingschools in durban, north beach.
i'm thinking of going there in december and want to learn to surf. do You know who i can contact about applaying and so?
kindest regards Viktoria



By:

Brenen

RE: surfing schools

« Reply #1 on: April 21 2005 07:04:00 »

Hi Viktoria, I saw your message about wanting to learn to surf in Durban. Have you found a surfing school in Durban? My name is Brenen and I am a surfer in Durban, I surf most mornings before work and have taught many people to surf.
Let me know if you came right with a surf school or  if you are interested in my help.

Cheers
Brenen

By:

Jem

RE: surfing schools

« Reply #2 on: June 10 2005 17:06:00 »

Best try Anstey's beach backpackers- meet lots of other travellers, get surf lessons (and based right on the beach)... and close (ish) to the centre of Durban for when there are no waves.

Alternatively head down to the wild coast- for great beginners waves, free lessons in coffee bay and a very local taste of South Africa.

By:

Duncan Hewitt

RE: surfing schools

« Reply #3 on: May 11 2006 15:05:00 »

Can you tell me about surfing schools or lessons in Durban or Amanzimtoti?

By:

rose

RE: surfing schools

« Reply #4 on: November 25 2006 11:11:00 »

i am looking for a surfing school on the Montclair area for a 13 year girl in the november/december holidays 2006

By:

Kirchia

RE: surfing schools

« Reply #5 on: August 11 2007 06:08:00 »

My name is Kirchia du Randt. I live in Gauteng but am very interested in surfing. I have never attended surf school before but am willing to take the pressure. I do go down to Durban often and would like to know how long the lessons take, how much it costs and should I have my own board or will you supply? I might just beable to take lessons during school holidays!
If you need to contact me, my number is 0832917638, if i'm at school, please call 0832917788 or (011) 660-3493. I can't wait for you to reply!!!



By:

chani

RE: surfing schools

« Reply #6 on: March 28 2010 12:03:477 »

Hi.
i have moved down to DBN fron JHB and would really love to learn so surf. i currently dont have my own board. does anyone no of a surf school or coach that i can get in touch with?

best regards
Chani

By:

chani

RE: surfing schools

« Reply #7 on: March 28 2010 12:03:227 »

Hi.
i have moved down to DBN fron JHB and would really love to learn so surf. i currently dont have my own board. does anyone no of a surf school or coach that i can get in touch with?

best regards
Chani

By:

Justin Hartley

RE: surfing schools

« Reply #8 on: March 15 2011 00:03:00 »

Hi
Durban offers numerous incredible surf breaks in wonderful tropical, warm water conditions which is why I also make sure that I take my December vacations there. The only surf school that I know is near uShaka Marine World and they also offer Volley ball lessons.

By:

edtree

RE: surfing schools

« Reply #9 on: April 10 2011 21:04:00 »

Some free advice: If your talking about ZA then find a school that specialises in techniques in avoiding shark attack.  You will need it!

Hari Om
edtree

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