Beach Clean-Up & Unravel Surf Lessons

First and foremost I must apologize for my prolonged absence on this blog. However, as some of you may have noticed, we have revamped and extensively updated almost our entire website and we continue to improve it every day! We are also in the final stages of planning for our upcoming Spring and Summer Surf Camps! Not to mention that we have been extremely busy with Unravel Surf Lessons and training with The Surfer Kids!

Also, we have just entered into the process of registering a Not-For-Profit Organization (NPO), in the form of a Trust, in the name of The Surfer Kids. We hope that this will enhance our efforts to promote the progress and development of these kids as they continue to train and surf with us!

Download our Outreach Brochure to find out more about how you can help! And please support the kids by ‘liking’ The Surfer Kids page on Facebook!

As a way of sharing a little bit of all this excitement with you we have decided to share some photos from a recent beach clean-up with The Surfer Kids! We were on Diaz Beach, in Mossel Bay, for some Unravel Surf Lessons this past week. Our clients were in town for a week, all the way from Bleomfontein, and they wanted to Learn How to Surf! Perhaps to impress the boys and / or girls this summer!

The Surfer Kids joined us for the day and they cleaned up the beach by collecting a lot of rubbish! They were later rewarded with some excellent waves!

We hope to organize many more of these days in the future and we have a lot of other exciting things in development right now! Stay tuned for more updates and join us on Facebook and Twitter for regular updates!

Until next time!


Unravel Surf Travel

Surf Camps & Surf Trips

Not-For-Profit Outreach

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