Tamraght and Taghazout, Morocco
Apr27

Tamraght and Taghazout, Morocco

Endless right hand point breaks, gorgeous weather and close to Europe, it’s no wonder Morocco’s such a popular surf trip destination. With everything from sheltered beach breaks to world-class point breaks, Morocco really does have a wave to cater to all needs, making it the perfect place for a chilled out surf trip where you can really improve your surfing.     Morocco also has a special place in my heart because it was the...

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South West Sri Lanka
Mar05

South West Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka kind of blew my mind. A lot of my friends had been surfing to Sri Lanka before, and they’d all absolutely loved it, so of course we were both super excited. But I just wasn’t prepared for how much I was going to love it. The little island completely won our hearts and it was hands down one of the best surf trips I’ve ever taken. The Sri Lankans are some of the friendliest, most welcoming people I’ve ever met. It was so easy...

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Hossegor, France
Nov23

Hossegor, France

Waves, endless beaches, culture, good food, good wine, epic parties, not a 12 hour flight away, did I mention the wine? … it’s no wonder Hossegor is so popular. But it’s not typically the place you’d head for in search of mellow waves. The Stormrider guide sums it up nicely… Hossegor has stunned visitors and locals with the punishing power of it’s legendary peaks, in the process gaining a reputation as...

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Conil, Spain
Oct21

Conil, Spain

When you think of surfing in Spain, where do you automatically think of? San Sebastian? Mundaka? Zarautz? How about surfing on the Costa de la Luz in Andalucia, or Conil to be more exact… Not many people even think there are waves down there, I certainly didn’t. But word is slowly starting to spread that there are awesome waves down there all year round. Our friends Laura and Ramon, who run Trafalgar Surf School in Conil,...

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El Tunco, El Salvador
Aug12

El Tunco, El Salvador

If you’re looking for four different surf breaks all in walking distance of a friendly little surf town then look no further than El Tunco in El Salvador. Less than an hour away from the capital San Salvador, this gorgeous little town is sleepy and surfy during the week, but comes alive with a huge influx of San Salvadorians coming down from the city every weekend. But don’t let that put you off – you can easily escape the...

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