Category Surf Travel Tips


A Surfer’s Guide for Peniche, West-Portugal You might have never been to Portugal before, but if you surf and follow surf media a bit, you most definitely have heard about Peniche. When people speak about surfing in Peniche, they mean a roughly 30 km stretch of coast between Lourinhã in the South and Foz de… Continue reading

New England (USA)

5 Things Every Weekend Warrior in New England Should Have in Their Car – Spring With the weather getting warmer, spring can be one of the best times to surf in New England. Beach access is still un-policed and the frontal systems can create some great swell. It may be cold, windy, rainy or snowy… Continue reading

Dominican Republic

Have you ever considered taking a surf trip to the Dominican Republic? When talking about some of the more “high profile” Caribbean surf trip destinations, the Dominican Republic tends to be left out of that conversation, as people will boast about the reef breaks of Puerto Rico or of Barbados. Of course, no one would… Continue reading

El Salvador

Over the last 20 years of traveling to El Salvador, I’ve seen the small, uncrowded “surf town” that we used to call “Sunzal,” become a full fledged surf town now known as “El Tunco.” I can remember back in the 90s when only locals surfed the super protected left rock-reef break called “La Bocana.” Still,… Continue reading


After coming back and forth to Nicaragua for the last 10 years (and working here as a surf guide), I would like to highlight a few places that I think may help you make your next Nicaragua surf trip a seamless one. First and foremost, if you would like to take the “surf camp” route, let… Continue reading

Re-Invent your Surf Trips

On a recent trip to Spain, spent teaching Spanish to college students from the United States, Jason Old, CEO of The SurfShare, was able to take some time and venture into a continent that he had never been to before. . . Africa. What made this trip easy, was that he linked up with Africa… Continue reading