7 days / 6 nights
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The North Shore is the north-facing coastal area of the island of Oahu, Hawaii, USA. Famous for its massive waves, the North Shore is considered the true Mecca of surfing. You’ve probably heard its famous surf spots: Banzai Pipeline, Waimea Bay, or Sunset Beach. If you’re there in December, you’ll be witnessing the Triple Crown of Surfing, three surfing competitions that gather famous surfers from around the world. Book your spot on a North Shore surf camp and make your own surfing history.
With a fascinating culture and offering an intense adrenaline rush with each wave you catch, surfing attracts a ton of new practitioners each year. But, despite its laid-back vibes, surfing can be quite an expensive activity. Wouldn’t you agree?
Imagine surfing a break all by yourself, one that has hardly ever been touched before, perhaps not even named yet. Fantastically located in the heart of the Indian Ocean, the Maldives benefit from full exposure to southern swells, which translates into epic surfing conditions on the outer reefs of remote little islands, some of them uninhabited still.
Surfing feels good. There’s no denying that. Time slows down when you’re riding a wave, you don’t really think about anything and the rest of the world just vanishes. You are in awe. You are in the flow. But what does that mean, and how does that translate into your brain activity?