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A family experience with one adult, three teens. Good equipment. Had to serach for right location, a van on a parking lot. Best to give that detail as well if giving directions. Guide okay on the beach, however as soon we hit the water, more...More
I booked at Go Surf LA after researching several options and am so glad I did! Peter and Andy did an awesome job teaching me and my family our first surfing lesson. They were wonderful with my kids (10, 11, 12 & 15) and had...More
This is the third time taking surf lessons with these guys. We had Mike and my girls (13, 11 and 10) loved him. They all got up on the boards and he was even teaching them how to do switch backs by the end of...More
Me and my fiancé went out with another couple and the very friendly and attentive instructor Teddy. Had a blast. No previous experiences. Would highly recommend this to anyone who would like to try surfing.
We had an awesome morning surf lesson with Peter!
Great teacher that made us get the feeling of surfing on our first try. He was in contact with us prior to our lesson to ensure the best conditions and it worked out well. Even in...More
Our teachers Andy and Peter were great! I had so much fun and was able to ride the waves to shore a couple times. I was standing up on the board in no time. It was the perfect spot, not too many surfers in the...More
My friend and I have never surfed before. And we were looking for things to do while we were in LA. Since Go Surf LA is not technically a "surfing shop", you never have to worry about going to a shop first and then head...More
My son, who is 12 had an amazing time with Go Surf LA -- Peter and Andy. After only a few tries, he was able to get up on the surf board and ride the west coast waves! First time ever. We did a semi-private...More
I booked a class with a friend, and really enjoyed the experience. I appreciated that they kept the classes small and adjusted the pace of the lesson for each of us. It can be scary to try out a new sport or hobby, but the...More
My two boys 10 and 7 years old took private lessons two days in a row. They love surfing now! The first day they had Mike and Justin who are just wonderful with children. My kids learn really quickly and they were hooked. They couldn't...More
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