OK, now it’s time to have some fun on a few well-deserved days off!  You’ve earned it!
Discover why they say ‘Only a Surfer knows the feeling!’ Here at Cape Town Surf Yoga we want to share the joys of riding waves with you, and getting to know a little about Cape Town and the Western Cape region of South Africa.

Our location is right on the beach at Cape Town’s most famous surf break, Muizenberg. This is where surfing in South Africa started nearly a century ago, and still provides one of the best learn-to-surf breaks in the world! Why is it so good? No rip currents, no reefs, mild water temperature and gentle, clean surf that provides long rides and plenty of open face to hone your skills on.

We like to provide lots of different activities for you to do in the middle of the day, to give a well-rounded experience of our beautiful surrounds. Guided hikes up the mountain, visits to the penguin sanctuary, horse-riding along the beach are some of what we offer.  Plus you’ll get to meet people from all over the world.  On Wednesdays we have our famous weekly get together Braai (BBQ) on the balcony, where everyone at the camp gets together at our beach bar.  Fridays we go down to the village night market for some fine food & entertainment.

Classes won’t have more than 6 students to every qualified instructor.  You’ll make fantastic progress with all that attention and personalized service.

At our surf camp, you’ll have class daily at 9am to get the best conditions with the wind, for 1.5 hours. Then if you still have the energy you have the option to continue ‘free-surfing’ for an additional hour. Classes run 7 days a week.

The great advantage of our surf camp is our location on the beach where you’ve got all the surfing equipment you need at your disposal all the time, and can keep an eye on the surf conditions.  After class is out, you’ll still have lots of free time to explore or take on some of our other classes like Yoga or Pilates. You’ll be the one to decide when you want to go surfing or when you just feel like relaxing and watching the waves roll by out front.