If you’re looking for a sport that’s both beneficial and challenging, you should give surfing a chance. The crashing waves join forces with roaring winds, unpredictable currents, and picturesque views to create something that is more than a sport.
Breathtaking landscapes and azure seas – those are only a few of the many treasures Australia has to offer. Although many visitors come to enjoy its urban scene, more and more tourists want to experience active holidays in the Land Down Under.
I am always amazed at how the best things happen when you least expect them. As I was laying on the beach in Alanya, on the southern coast of Turkey, with the salty Mediterranean breeze soothing my soul, who would have thought that in two days I would be flying up in the air, having a once-in-a-lifetime experience I would never forget?
Surf and travel are inseparable. But the ubiquitous question arises: What should you pack when you go on a surf trip? It’s so easy to get caught up in all the planning, trying to figure out where to score that perfect wave, where to sleep and what to eat, and overlook some of the essential items that you should take with you.