April 2013 Tommy Golsby-Smith (11 years old) and his Dad headed to Indo for a father son surf Trip. Started at Balian, then went across to Lombok where Tommy had an accident in the surf. he will be back in September to finish the trip and film him getting barreled off his head. Good times!
Surfer girls have the best travel schedules in the world, everywhere they go is a beach! Well, almost. Gorgeous surfers Kelia Moniz and Monyca Byrne-Wickey made a rare non-beach stop in NYC this week for the launch of their new bikini collection with Diane Von Furstenberg and dropped in on dose to give Tim their top 5 favorite surf spots in the world. Grab a pen and take notes – you might just get a chance to catch one of these beauties charging waves in real life!
Red Island Beach in Banyuwangi, East Java, is a popular surfing spot thanks to its spectacular waves. It is also a place of natural beauty.
Bali-based surf wanderer Teiki Mathieu Balian has just released the teaser of his new webisode, Salted Memoir’s. This teaser is the beginning of many episodes to come. Every month there will be a new adventure. For a preview of what awaits you, immediately discover the teaser.
One of the best European surfers, Frederico “Kikas” Morais, ripping various spots around the world including Indonesia.
Lorenzo Studer and friends surfing the breaks around Java Island during their Indo trip.
What is surfing? Well, it is not hard to give the description of surfing if you have the desire to be out in the water, the freedom to withstand the great force of nature and feel the energy which pushes you to the places where you have never been before. It is almost like a new world. It’s an addictive drug which you cannot stop taking. But surfing without the great waves is like a hot bear which is not at all cool. So here we give the world’s top best beaches to the surfers:
National Geographic has picked a list of the world’s best 20 surf towns. With a list from cities around the world, each photo includes all the important details you need to know before you go: from what kind of wave you can expect to a handy local tip. Here’s some of the list.
Is it worth it? It seems like a lot of money just to go surfing. Ah, but therein lies the catch. You’re not just going surfing. Your traveling, you’re seeing strange and interesting things. You’re encountering a foreign culture firsthand, rather than trying to absorb it through CNN. True, boat trips can be sterile affairs. Just you, a few bros and the captain confined to a 40-foot vessel hardly qualifies as a cultural exchange.
Batu Karas is a living, working village which has been chosen by ‘Lonely Planet’ travel guide as one of Asia’s most beautiful beaches for 2012 generated by the dark sand along the beach, lush greenery on the rock, and fantastic waves of the sea.