Surf Diva camps coach kids to ride the waves with confidence in La Jolla

Surf Diva Surf School’s staff and campers know it’s all about safe fun in the sun. (Courtesy Photo)

Based in La Jolla, Surf Diva Surf School is back with its famous co-ed kids and teen’s camps — La Jolla Surf Camp and American Surf Academy.

Celebrity locals and twin sisters Izzy and Coco Tihanyi, who grew up surfing at La Jolla Shores, own the Surf Diva Surf School and Boutique. Awarded Nickelodeon’s Parents’ Choice for surf schools, Surf Diva’s La Jolla Surf Camp and American Surf Academy provide the best kids co-ed surfing program in San Diego. Girls and boys, ages 5-10, and teens, ages 11-17, learn to surf and participate in activities emphasizing ocean and beach awareness.

The surf camp takes place at La Jolla Shores, a sandy bottom beach. This prime San Diego location is the perfect place to learn how to surf. The surf camps include surfing, beach games and beach culture, and they are supervised by Surf Diva certified/First Aid/CPR and Lifesaving trained and qualified surf instructors.

Whether your child is a beginner or has some surfing experience, the small groups allow surf instructors to provide proper coaching.

Morning and afternoon sessions are available for $297 half-day, and $500 for full day, plus a 10-percent city fee.

Surf Diva strives to teach students the art of surfing in the most fun and inviting way. The Surf Diva motto sums it up with: “The best surfer in the water is the one having the most fun!”

The surf and paddle-boarding lessons are taught in an encouraging and patient manner to emphasize enjoying the learning process in a non-competitive manner.

“We go out of our way to make sure that every student is comfortable with their surroundings, and we build a rapport of trust with every camper,” said owner Izzy Tihanyi. “Beginners are the most-stoked surfers out there, which is why we love sharing the sport.”

Surf Diva Surf School
2160 Avenida
de la Playa, La Jolla, Calif.
(858) 454-8273

A Surf Diva camper practices at La Jolla Shores. (Courtesy Photo)

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