I saw this question and thought to myself surfing and India - yea right. Being Indian, I know India has a lot of beach but Indians spend very little time in the water. Anyway I went off and asked around and guess what there is even a website called SURFING INDIA - http://www.surfingindia.net/mantra-surf-club
The website has a map of the best surfing spots in India http://www.surfingindia.net/india-surf-spots over 11 years ago
For those interested in surfing in India Check out The Shaka Surf Club in Manipal, Karnataka, India. We give surf lessons, board rentals and camp out at the beach every chance we get. The Shaka Surf Club is all about freedom in the waves, not taking things too seriously and learning to just go with the flow. We welcome people of all ages, hailing from all places to come surf with us. We even provide travelers with a list of accommodation options.
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Email: [email protected]
Hope to see you in the surf! Shaka!
Co-founder of The Shaka Surf Club over 9 years agoAnswered by The Shaka Surf Club via Travellr.com
If you wanna spend your surf vacation at one of the most beautiful surf spots in India, come to COCOPELLI SURF SCHOOL in Gokarna, only 150 km south of the Goa airport.
We give surf lessons with a stand-up-and-fun-guarantee :-)
If you already know how to surf, you can also rent a board from us, we provide all kinds of boards!
One spot is not enough for you? We are happy to take you on a surf trip and show you the hidden spots along the Indian coastline.
Drop us an email to [email protected] or visit our homepage www.cocopelli.org
See you in the water! almost 9 years agoAnswered by Cocopelli via Travellr.com
There is an awesome place 30kms north of Mangalore, a surfing ashram of sorts run by this realy cool dude Jack Hebner. They teach you to surf and run the place sustainably, and give back a lot to the community. The Surfing Swamis, they call themselves.
You can rent a board, get a crash course and hit the waves. Check this out for more info http://www.weareholidays.co.in/b... over 7 years ago