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New Zealand ➝ Waikato ➝ Raglan

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Discover the thrill of surfing in the picturesque coastal town of Raglan on New Zealand's west coast with Raglan Surfing School. Renowned for its world-class waves, including the iconic Manu Bay, aka "The Point," featured in the 1966 cult film "Endless Summer," Raglan is a surfing haven.

Raglan Surfing School proudly holds the distinction of being New Zealand's first surf school recognized by the New Zealand Surf Association. Certified instructors, also members of the Raglan rescue and lifeguard club, ensure that lessons prioritize safety and education.

Classes at Raglan Surfing School, lasting 3 hours, are conducted daily throughout the year, accommodating 1 to 6 students. The school is dedicated to fostering a diverse and inclusive surfing community, offering specific camps for women and young surf enthusiasts.

Surf Camp participants find their retreat at Karioi Surf Lodge in Whale Bay, just 8 kilometers from Raglan. This eco-friendly establishment welcomes a variety of guests, from caravans and backpackers to families and large groups, providing a unique and environmentally conscious stay.

Embark on an unforgettable surfing adventure with Raglan Surfing School, where the waves meet world-class instruction against the stunning coastal backdrop of Raglan.