Surfing in Goa

Go Wow!! is the word usually associated with Goa when it comes to Adventure and thrilling water sports in Goa. As Goa is very popular for its beaches which means cruises, yacht, water sport, scuba diving and lots more. But not many will know there are some fabolous sea activies like wind surfing, Sea water surfing in goa which will give stimulating experiences and is addective watersports. Surfing has always been a popular adventure water sport in Goa where you ride on the moving face of a deep wave on a surfboard. 

Come and indulge in one of the most stimulating experiences you can ever have. We offer a selection of quality surfboards and surfing gears. From soft tops for kids and beginners to fiber and epoxy short and longboards, you just ask for it and we have it. The soft tops range from 9 feet to 7 feet while the fiber and epoxy range upto 11 feet. All our boards are properly maintained and come equipped with a leash, fins and wax. This offer is eligible to those with an acceptable level of surfing ability. Beginners will be required to take a surfing lesson before renting the equipments. 

and if you are a beginer or want to try surfing for the first time here is what we offer

We have a instructor who will guide you through the easiest and safest way to get up on the face and reeling down the line. This lesson will last about an hour and a half and take you through the basics of popping up, paddling and looking for the waves. We recommend bringing a sunscreen lotion and drinking water for your lesson. 
Beginners get a detailed lesson on surfing before the equipments are rented 
Choose from a range of surfboards in various sizes and styles 
Master the skills to ride the waves on a surfboard 

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