over the last couple of weeks, we have added some new and cool surf resorts, surf camps and tours from different parts of the world. Let us introduce you the first 3: A cool & chilled Indo surf camp with an epic left-hander out front, a surf tour that will take you to a very unusual and surprising surf paradise and a stunning resort and spa in the Pacific. Check them out!! >>
Asu Surf Camp – Indonesia
Asu Surf Camp is situated right on front of a long left-hander on Asu island, north of Mentawai. Whatever you ever imagined about a legendary surf trip to Indo with your mates is true in Asu: that surf camp feel where you spend countless hours in water and then just chill and hung out with a Bintang with hand, warm water, long perfect waves and remote location… The waves are pretty uncrowded in this area and there are still secret spots around Asu, Nias, Hamutala and surrounding islands. This surf camp is pretty small and only sleeps 7 people so you won’t be sharing your waves with big crowds.
This award-winning resort and spa is built in a traditional Fiji style and is perfect for a couples trip or a honeymoon and you will have the opportunity to go surfing every day – especially between November and April when the winds are favourable. The surf breaks are within 15 minutes by boat and there is a resident Western surf guide at the resort. You can stay in traditional Fijian bures overlooking the beach or ocean, honeymoon bure or villa or a Beach House. Other activities include diving, snorkelling, coastal walks, waterfall tours, kayaking and many more!
Because Taiwan is not on the map for most of surfing population, this is a place that can surprise you very pleasantly with low crowds and a good range of breaks for all levels of surfers – beginners to pros; beachbreaks, rivermouths, points & the odd rock/reef setup. Pretty much everything except for deep Indo-style slabs over the reef. Taiwan Surf Tours is a group of experienced Western guys taking you around the island to chase the breaks that work under given wind, tide and swell conditions each day.