SURF TRAVEL BLOG

(Article written by Emma Lovick on magicseaweed.com)   The best training for surfing is of course surfing. But we all know that it demands a lot from the body and can tighten-up, and close-off, specific areas. Pressure is put on the lower back, the chest closes and...

Le Nicaragua a longtemps été considéré comme un endroit peu accessible et peu propice au tourisme, principalement en raison de la guérilla sandiniste qui a duré de 1979 à 1990. Par contre, depuis la fin en 1990, le pays s’est doté d’infrastructures, de transports et d’hotels...

Last month we were in Mexico to end 2013 in the best possible way. We did a 10 days expedition in Baja California Sur searching for waves among the land of cactus and deserts.. Pictures coming soon! For now, you can watch Bruce Irons and...

If you are planning a surf trip during the Christmas holidays, make sure you check the airlines baggages fees for a surf board before buying your tickets. For example, United Airlines charges you 200$ each way to bring a surfboard, Delta charges you 150$ each...

  Ever wondered what should be the perfect size and volume for your weight and skills? It's all about your guild factor: it measures the ratio between the surfers body weight and the volume (in Cubic Liters) of a surfboard. Lost have come up with a system for you...

Here is one of the best short film starring the Coffin brothers, Tanner Gudauskas, and Taylor Knox at Jeffreys Bay. High Lines, rail to rail surfing, rock'n roll. Best edit we have seen in a while.. Enjoy!...

While we are not offering expeditions to Iceland (yet), here is a sneak preview of what it has to offer. Chris Burkart, one of the top surf photographer of the industry, shows us what he's found on his last trip to Iceland..