Surf guide Iceland

Its hard to find a more unique surfing destination than Iceland. The Vikings from northwest receives swell from all angles most of the year. Her you find all kinds of waves, Clean waves, huge waves, barrels, you actually find waves for surfers of all abilities. Reykjanes Peninsula is loaded with reefs, slabs, points, and even a bowling beachbreak.
The best surfspots are Snaefulness, Gardur, Hafnir, Sanvik, Grindavik og Porlakshofn.


Reykjavik Surf Camp

Level of surfing skill required: Intermediate to expert
Seven-day surfing adventure in Iceland based Reykjavík.Do empty lineups, world-class waves and dramatic surroundings sound tempting? Discover why the surf media is calling Iceland the new Morocco (the place where everyone’s going because no one’s going there). And before you ask, no it’s not that cold! If you surf during the right season you’ll experience water temperatures similar to those in Ireland and Scotland.The local surfers from Reykjavik (all 20 of them) have been exploring the surrounding coastline for the last 15 years. During that time they, along with the odd visiting pro surfer, have pioneered everything from black sand beach breaks, peeling pebble point breaks to heaving reef breaks. Most of the best surf spots are located within an hours drive from the capital of Iceland, meaning that you can escape to deserted beaches but still chill out in one of the most lively capitals in Europe for some after-surf fun. During the early autumn Iceland is bombarded with swells from every direction, providing for a very high surf reliability and good wind/swell combos. This means that on most days we can find good surf to challenge even the most experienced surfers. Weather you are looking for gentle rolling point breaks for cruising or some gnarly tubes in the head high range, chances are we can find it for you.

Reykjavik Surf Camp offers the adventurous surfer a chance to discover the uncrowded waves around the Reykjanes peninsula, the city’s not so uncrowded nightlife along with some of Iceland’s must see sights.

2     Persons: 119.990 ISK per person
3-4 Persons: 109.990 ISK per person

5+  Persons:   99.990 ISK per person
Minimum number of participants: 2 persons.

Included in price:
6 nights at the Reykjavik Backpackers in a 4-6 bedded dorm with breakfast (up grade to double rooms upon request for 10 EURO per person), all transfers with pick up from Reykjavik, packed lunch every day, surf guide and surfing equipment (6mm wetsuit, gloves, boots)

Not included:
Flights to and from Iceland, transport from Keflavík airport to Reykjavík, evening dinners and surfboards (surfboards available for rent upon request). Click here for more information on our surfboard rental.


Please note: This is not a beginners surf course; to take part in this trip you have to have at least basic surf skills.

All surfing is performed in a 6 mm neoprene suits. Surfers have to supply detailed size information on suit before hand.

Distance from Reykjavik: 45-70 km.

Duration of trip: 7 days in Iceland.

Age limit: 18 years.

A visit to the Blue Lagoon Iceland geothermal spa is an important part of your stay in Iceland.The Blue Lagoon is one of the best medical spa worldwide.

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