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Catch the Waves at Treasure Island Surf Camp

By Sponsored content 13 May 2016
School’s out for summer and what could be cooler than hitting the waves on beautiful Pui O Beach in Lantau? Celebrating 20 successful years in business, the adventurous team at Treasure Island Surf Camp is inviting the next generation of Hong Kong wave riders to join them for a week of water-based action, as they learn how to surf like a pro. From June 20 to August 19, surfers aged between 5 and 15 years can join one of three camps, which cater for all levels and interests. All programmes are Monday to Friday day camps, with surfers being met at Central ferry pier every morning and escorted back to Central in the afternoon. [su_carousel source="media: 55977,55978,55976,55980,55979,55975" limit="40" target="blank" width="660" height="200" items="2" scroll="2" title="no" autoplay="3000"] As the biggest surf camp in China, there’s no better place to learn the basics, join in loads of fun activities, and make new friends in the great outdoors. And with all certified instructors being native English speakers from around the world, there's no cooler opportunity for campers to brush up on their English skills. [su_note note_color="#00BAF0" text_color="#ffffff" radius="4"]

Treasure Island Surf Camps

Grommets Beginner Surf is for 5 to 9 year-olds, with water safety and beach games, sports, arts and crafts, and ocean education in addition to surf lessons ($3,980). Surfers Intermediate is for 9 to 15 year-olds, for those who are keen returning surfers who want to focus on developing their surf and SUP skills all day ($4,200). Adventure Camp is for 9 to 15 year-olds, who enjoy the range of activities that include kayak, hike, mountain bike, surf, coasteer, and spend one night camping under tents focusing on their leadership skills ($4,200). [/su_note] Safety first! Treasure Island has 20 years' experience working with children in Hong Kong's international schools, meaning you can rest assured that your little surfers are in safe hands. Campers will also learn about ocean safety before they jump on board. The waves are calling - so what are you waiting for? Click here to begin your summer adventure. Stay tuned for our roundup of Hong Kong's best summer camps.

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