One&Only Palmilla is now offering guests the chance to have a lesson with a pro-surfer

Get ready to hang ten with the best of them.

By Natasha Lee 24/05/2018

During June, one of the world’s most exclusive luxury resorts, One&Only Palmilla, will be giving guests the chance hang ten with the best of them with their ‘Art of Luxury Surfing’ program.

The program, run by TropicSurf, will allow guests to take part in a surfing lesson with some of the world’s most renowned board riders, including Australian surfer and two-time World Junior Champion, Laura Enever.

Other instructors include Felicity Palamateer, Vahine Fierro and Tatiana Weston-Webb.

Australin surfer Laura Enever. Photo: Supplied.

Fellow instructor Tatiana Weston-Webb. Photo: Supplied

The hotel, located on the edge of the stunning Baja Peninsula in Los Cabos Mexico, will ensure a one-of-a-kind experience in one of the most popular surfing and swell destinations in the world.

Guests who are perhaps new to the world of rip curls needn’t worry, with the program catering for everyone from novice riders to advanced surfers.

If surfing is not your thing, guests can, of course, indulge in the hotel’s many bespoke wellness experiences, including sanctuary-like spa treatments inspired by ancient traditions coupled with modern techniques, a choice of world-class culinary offerings and warm, gracious Mexican hospitality.

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