From the famed waves of Jeffrey’s Bay in South Africa, along the Atlantic coast to the waves of Morocco, adventures will be had, and stories will be told.
Surfing is still relatively new in SE Asia, with many areas still uncharted. Travel here and you’ll discover warm water & smiling faced locals.
With 50,000kms of coastline to explore, pristine beaches, and, if you search, no crowds – Australia offers you all you’ll need for the perfect surf trip
With thousands of miles of coastline on two sides, Central America is quickly becoming one of the world’s top surfing destinations.
Home to a few very well known waves, the long European coastline is full of many treasures worth discovering.
Often called the ultimate surfers paradise, with its massive array of world class waves, eventually every surfer will find themselves on Indonesian shores
Consistent Indian Ocean swells and perfect reef setups make the Maldives one of the world’s surfing meccas.
New Zealand is a real surfers paradise with a huge coastline to explore offering the travelling surfer plenty of joy.
Filled with surf towns, some you’ve probably been to, many you’ve heard of, and some so obscure and protected that most of us don’t even know exist.
With 2 oceanic coastlines open to many swell directions, South America is where to head to score some of the longest waves in the world
World class waves, secluded locations, stunning scenery and year round potential make the South Pacific islands a definite to-do list destination