Da Nang Surf School is situated In the peacefull and pristine My Khe beach in Temple Resort on My Khe Beach font.
Da Nang Surf School is the first Surf School in Vietnam to offer instructors with a ISA (International surf Association) certificate.
We have created Da Nang Surf School because My Khe beach has the perfect conditions for beginner surfers as well as a empty line up for experienced surfers.
Develop surfing in Vietnam
Da Nang Surf School is also committed in developing the surf scene in Vietnam, and introduce the healthy lifestyle and culture of surfing to the local community.
Da Nang has amazing conditions to learn how to surf as well as further develop your surfing skills.
The watter tempreture in My Khe beach is 27 º all year round making it a perfect for the practice of surfing!
Da Nang is surrounded by beaches with perfect waves that break all year round
Due to these almost perfect conditions Da Nang is the surf capital of Vietnam.
For the less adventurous, Da Nang Surf School also offers Stand Up Paddle (SUP) lessons in smaller waves or even in a area with no waves at all.
SUP is the perfect initiation to surf and the ocean as well as a complete workout.
Stand Up Paddle is sure to make you feel the king of the china sea!
Everybody can do it and SUP is great fun!
With over 20 years in the salt water, surf instructor Gonçalo Cabrito, a Portuguese certificate surf instructor by ISA is as experienced as you can get in surfing and specially surfing in Da Nang, he always visited Vietnam for holidays and quickly he understood the potential of Da Nang to surf…So Here he is with his crew to Teach and pass his experience to all energetic and sportive people IN DA NANG CITY!
Da Nang has a long story of surf, Americans and Australian and troops did surf in Non Nuoc and other Vietnamese beaches during the war. According to the encyclopedia of surfing, some soldiers offered daylight cease-fires to North Vietnamese soldiers in exchange for surfing privileges. Who remember the movie Apocalypse Now, and the famous phrase “Charlie don’t surf“