Guide for a solo surfing trip


The panic of travelling alone is a more common symptom than it seems. The holidays arrive, you are single and it is impossible to arrange dates with a friend or relative. If you feel identified with these lines do not hide in the bedroom until the alarm clock rings again.

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There are moments in life when it is time to get to know yourself better. Travelling alone gives you the opportunity to dig deep within yourself and discover aspects that one would never have imagined. At this point, more than one will ask: where can I travel alone? The truth is that there are many travel agencies that specialise in lone wolves. This is one option, but not the only one. Believe it or not, there are many people who land at an adult surfcamp with nothing but their suitcases and return home with an agenda full of new contacts. There is no better excuse to get started in this sport that unites so much in and out of the water. Because a surfing holiday is more than just waves and boards. The courses are focused on socializing and meeting people from all over the world.

If you want to sign up for the first time and you don’t know for sure how such an adventure works, you should know that the baggage should not be a headache. All you need are summer clothes, a swimming costume, a good sunscreen and a towel. Calima Surf is in charge of the board and the neoprene, and provides all its students with the necessary material to practice surfing and any of the sports within its varied offer of packs.

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We have chosen Lanzarote for you for several reasons. To get started you need small waves and few places in the world guarantee you series for all levels like the one considered as Hawaii of Europe. The sun also shines non-stop all year round keeping the water at a pleasant temperature and there are direct connections from any of the main airports in Europe.

Lanzarote is also a much cheaper option compared to direct competitors such as Indonesia or Central America. There is no inter-oceanic flight to begin with, you pay in the same currency as in the European Union and as a holiday paradise there are staff who speak several languages in all tourist establishments. And when it comes to choosing a place to stay, for someone travelling on their own a surfcamp is more cost-effective than a hotel, flat or campsite, with the added bonus that you won’t feel lonely at all.

Calima Surf

Calima Surf

Teaching surfing since 1996


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