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Queensland isn't called the Gold Coast for nothing. Avid surfers would attest to the fact that this destination has some of the most epic breaks you will ever encounter. And surfing in Queensland will be exactly that: epic. Conditions around here suit all levels, so you need not worry if you are a beginner. We recommend Snapper Rocks, Rainbow Bay, and Currumbin. Burleigh Heads and Duranbah Beach aren't too shabby either. But whatever your choice is, you can expect your Queensland surfing camp to be one of the greatest!
Two words: mythical and diverse. Although it would take much more to describe the fascinating realm we call Peru, these two definitely do justice to its tumultuous history, culture, geography, food, and surfing scene.
Surf’s up all over the world now that summer is at its peak. Surfboards and sunbathing have already become the norm on beaches around the globe, and seaside towns are reaping the benefits, including Argentina’s lush coastline.
It all started as a sort of experiment. I took part in a competition organized by BookSurfCamps.com and I won! I do have some fabulous people supporting me and I thank them from all my heart!
Have you been wanting to take a stab at kitesurfing, or maybe take your practice to the next level, without having to travel far for some safe and world-renowned spots? Enter Spain and its famous wind-swept beaches that attract riders from far and wide, beginners and pros alike.