Summer School

Exploring Toronto: A Journey of Culture and Independence

That sounds like an exciting and enriching experience! Going to Toronto from Istanbul for three weeks to learn about the culture and gain independence can be a fantastic adventure. Toronto is a diverse and vibrant city with a rich cultural scene, so you’ll have plenty to explore and learn during your stay. Embracing independence during your trip will allow you to immerse yourself fully in the experience and make the most of your time in Toronto. Enjoy your journey!

Summer School Adventure: Surfing in Alaçatı - Join Us at Our Surf Camp!

Embark on an unforgettable journey of sun, sea, and surf as you enroll in our exciting summer school program in Alaçatı. Dive into the invigorating world of surfing amidst the stunning coastal backdrop of this picturesque Turkish town. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned surfer, our surf camp offers an immersive learning experience tailored to your skill level.

Feel the thrill of catching your first wave as expert instructors guide you through the fundamentals of surfing. From mastering proper paddling techniques to perfecting your balance on the board, our comprehensive lessons ensure rapid progress and endless fun on the waves.

But the adventure doesn’t stop there! Immerse yourself in Alaçatı’s vibrant culture, renowned for its charming cobblestone streets, traditional stone houses, and delectable cuisine. Explore local markets brimming with fresh produce, unwind in cozy cafes, and mingle with friendly locals eager to share their stories and traditions.

At our surf camp, we’re more than just a school – we’re a community united by a shared passion for adventure and the ocean. Whether you’re soaking up the sun on the beach, enjoying bonfires under the stars, or relishing in the camaraderie of fellow surfers, every moment promises to be an unforgettable experience.

Join us this summer for an exhilarating journey of self-discovery, surf, and sunshine. We can’t wait to welcome you to our surf camp in Alaçatı!”