A surfers review of the Algarve coast along with an awesome infographic of the top 10 surf spots in Portugal.
Whereabout combines he feeling of wandering discovery with the comfort of local community, providing travelers an authentic experience.
Cabo is one of the few spots on the planet where you are exposed to two major swell directions within a one hour drive. It’s usually not flat in both windows, north and south.
The following is the list for surfers that have ‘daddy warbucks money’: Alitalia $260, Swiss Air $250, Thai Air $150 Per Board (yes, they open the bag and count), All Nippon $300.
The south coast of Java faces the Indian Ocean, so it is exposed to large swells generated by low pressure systems circling Antarctica, many thousands of kilometers to the south. G-Land is situated on the eastern side of the Bay of Grajagan, so it has a westerly aspect; i.e. at right angles to the predominant […]
You may be a little cautious of the unpredictable weather that the Emerald Isle has to offer. Fear not! The rugged coastline of the island means a wide variety of beaches in every single part of the country.
Oh my, crystal blue waters and no wetsuit. That’s what we all dream of, right? Maldives surfing redefines the concept of luxury surfing vacation where you can experience the warm kiss of the waves washing your body and refreshing your mind and spirit, alike and best time to surf Maldives are April through October. Emblematic of […]
Fortunately, I had the foresight to set my plans in motion, but not get strictly attached to the outcomes. It’s placed less pressure on meeting my destination deadlines on paper and allowed more emphasis on enjoying each spot I visited, which is after all why I’m taking this trip.
Guest Post by Wave Tribe Customer and Friend Walter Gualt Since my last post, I decided to join a Frenchman named Nico in his 4×4 E350 van for some beach camping at Concepcion Bamba, possible further exploration into the more fabled point breaks of Salina Cruz, and to later check out the Mayan ruins at […]
We pulled up to 9 Palms on the Southern tip of Baja, the hurricane was spinning just a few hundred miles off shore and the temperature had dropped at least 10 degrees—which was a welcome reprieve from the June heat. As we drove the dirt road out from San Jose I could taste the anticipation, it was […]