Is a friend getting married and you’re fed up with hearing him say he’d love to learn to surf? Seize this opportunity and ride the waves with our surf class for stag dos. Well, say no more. Take advantage of the occasion to take him to the beach and get him on a board for once. In turn, the rest of you can give it a go as well, because even if you’re not as persistent as him, it has caught your attention too, right? After all, stag dos and hen dos are all about doing something different.
What do you need for a beginner’s surf class?
In reality, you don’t need anything. Surfing can be learned at any age and the boards are available at any place where classes are held. If you’re not going to practice it often, instead of buying one, it’s best to rent. That way you won’t have to find a place to store it. Even the wetsuits can be rented there. So all you need for a beginner’s class is to gather everyone at the location and time of the class.
How a beginner’s surf class is conducted
There are water activities for stag dos and hen dos that take place directly in the water. Surfing isn’t one of them. The first thing you do is spend some time in the sand, learning how to move on the board before hitting the first waves. These instructions are important because they will determine how much fun you have during the surf-themed stag do or hen do.
After a warm-up to prepare the body, it’s time to hit the sea and stand up on the board. Under the watchful eye of an instructor, you’ll start experiencing the thrill of surfing. Until you lose your balance and fall into the water, because that’s what’s going to happen. Since the idea is to have fun, it doesn’t really matter much, does it? Especially when the typical friend who claims to know everything about surfing, yet has never practiced it, gets on the board and can’t let go….
Outdoor stag dos and hen dos
A beginner’s class fits perfectly within the adventure activities for stag dos and hen dos. Right there, on the beach, you can enjoy others such as quad biking, diving, paragliding or finish surf and get on a boat to continue with the party. There are plenty of ideas to combine. You can even book accommodation by the sea, in a campsite for example, and extend the stag do or hen do all night without moving far from the spot.
How about the idea of having a stag do or hen do on a surfboard? Surely you hadn’t thought you could celebrate in this way. Besides, it’s perfect for organising mixed stag dos and hen dos, where the bride and groom love each other so much they don’t want to spend a minute apart. Take everyone to the sea and learn to ride the waves on a board. Simply spectacular.