MANILA, PHILIPPINES – Living in the tropics of Philippines sure has its perks; its abundance of beaches is surely one of them. And over the years, there is a huge surge of Filipinos adopting a more fun and healthier way in exploring these sun-and-sand destinations: through surfing, no less.
In support of this new movement, Billabong will be hosting an all girls surf camp on the weekend of 15-17 March 2013. Already in its second year, the 3-day camp aims to teach girls how to explore the waves and beaches of San Juan, La Union safely. Spearheading the camp is Billabong Asia athlete and professional surfer, Luke Landrigan, whose accolades include emerging as the Champion of the Aurora Surf Cup Challenge 2009 in Baler; the Nike 6.0 and Global Surf Industries Longboard Pro Invitationals in La Union; and most recently first-runner up in the Longboard Division of the 6-star dual-sanctioned Quiksilver Open West Java 2012 in Indonesia.
In addition to getting schooled in the art of surf, participants will also be able to jam with the highly affable DJs Joey Santos and Niki Rojas, whose BPMs have helped shape the local party scene and music festivals – most notably the Aloha Boardsports Surf & Music Festival, the Manila Music Festival, and the Tagaytay Electronica Festival.
The 2nd Billabong All Girls Surf Camp
March 15-17, 2013
San Juan, La Union
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