A fairly new surf destination, Papua New Guinea offers plenty of awesome surf breaks you will surely enjoy. If you’re looking for a bit of variety in surf spots, then this is the perfect place for you. There’s Pikinini, which offers extremely fast and heavy barreling. Then there’s Nago Island, which provides a reliable right and left-hander. And if there’s no swell elsewhere, Ral Island is your best option. In your free time, we invite you to go snorkeling in Kimbe Bay or climb Mount Wilhelm. Excited yet? Well, you simply must reserve your spot today!
Summer in the Land Down Under means only one thing – it’s time to take your surfboard out of the closet and hit one (or several) of Australia’s legendary surf spots.
If you are a fan of stand up paddling, then you probably know that you can paddle almost anywhere there is water. From the surf beaches of Hawaii and Australia to the fjords of Norway, almost nothing is out of bounds.
Thailand is well-known for its beautiful nature, white sandy beaches, turquoise water, and friendly locals. But did you know Thailand also has some amazing kitesurfing spots?