"Welcome Ladies to our Overnight Surf Camp in La Jolla!"
2014 Date: July 13-19, 2014
What is included?
The Overnight Package includes meals, lodging, surf instruction, surf equipment, and of course, the famous pink "Betty Bus" to shuttle surfers to the beach! Surf lessons are held twice daily at San Diego's premier surfing spot with evening activities such as sunset walks, tapas night, and activities based on local events and festivals.
The elite surf instruction is catered to all levels including surf lessons for beginners through advanced. The Overnight adult surf package is for women age 18 and up.
Take a well-deserved vacation in Sunny San Diego, gorgeous weather & beaches
Daily morning surf lessons will be geared towards all levels, with groups based on age and surfing ability. Additional afternoon surf sessions with the coaches will also be scheduled to practice your new skills.
La Jolla Shores, California
The 2014 overnight surf camp season offers a wonderful facility at the well-known University of California, San Diego, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Our accommodation has 2 suites with bathroom/ hot showers and spacious lounge area in each suite. Each room is for double occupancy (ask our office divas for single occupancy rate). There will be a healthy and delicious meal plan provided by UCSD catering, where food is served buffet style, with many great choices to accommodate all tastes and nutritional needs.
There is an additional $50 surcharge per session to cover San Diego City's beach permit fee.
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL
Register before April 1st,
$1,297 (including 10% surcharge for the City of San Diego)
Call 858-454-8273 to register and get the EARLY BIRD discount!!
A registration packet will be mailed out to you as soon as your on-line registration is complete.
Surfers arrive at UCSD on Sunday at 5:00pm and depart on Saturday at 10:00am. Orientation and dinner will be Sunday night, with the first surf session on Monday morning!
Call our Office Divas at (858) 454-8273 to plan for your Summer Getaway!
*The camp is not sponsored by the University of California.