When traveling through Indonesia a stop in Bali is often part of the itinerary. If you zoom in a bit, you will notice three comparatively small islands in the east of Bali – Nusa Ceningan, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida. The second biggest of the three is Nusa Lembongan, an eight square kilometres small island, which inhabits approximately 5,000 people. Why this tiny island surprised us in a very positive way and what you need to know before planning your trip to Nusa Lembongan will be discussed in this article. Find out everything you need to know in our Nusa Lembongan Guide!
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I am writing this post while flying to Oaxaca via Mexico City. After leaving the Pacific coast we are now heading onwards into the mountains. Here we will see some, I guess, great colonial towns and impressive landscapes. All that’s great but I honestly miss Puerto Escondido already. The article surfing in Puerto Escondido will give you some tips in order to make the best of your trip.
Surf Conditions in Sri Lanka When it comes to surfing in Sri Lanka, from October to April
The country of Maya ruins, Mezcal and spicy Tacos is incredible. We ate delicious tacos stuffed with fresh avocado, surfed the waves in Puerto Escondido and explored the country with its spanish-speaking, indigenous inhabitants while Backpacking in Mexico.
Maya ruins surrounded by turquoise water, incredible Tacos with avocado & limes and for us the most beautiful languages in the world: ¡Hola México!
Since I heard the first time from this country I wanted to go there. Was it just
As a landlocked surfer in Germany you always think about Where do I have the next chance to jump in the water?. Sometimes I also tend to think first of far and expensive destinations. Mostly that’s not necessary, though. If you are ok with wearing a wetsuit, some world-class surf spots are in driving distance. Here we go – Surfing in North Spain!
We came because of world-class, warm water waves but didn’t expect the island to be that unique. The little-known island Simeulue on the north-west coast of Sumatra and its distinctive water buffalos feel like traveling in time, perhaps even to a different planet. In the following article, I will share my thoughts and tips of our first stop in our three months’ trip through Indonesia. Surf in North Sumatra – right on!
The following guest article is written by Marita. She’s 27, works as a freelance journalist at a newspaper sports desk and always looking for adventures on our planet. Especially meeting new people is what makes traveling so special. Beside that her big passion is music, loves filming and the Spanish language, sun and surfing of course. A little “too much respect” was most likely always the reason for an excuse not to surf until a friend convinced me. Since then this is what traveling is about. While researching the internet for new surf inspirations she stumbled upon wavesnbackpack and now shares her knowledge on surfing in Lanzarote. Enjoy!
The following article is a guest post by the Portuguese surfer Nuno Viegas. We met him while surfing in Portugal and stayed in his surf hostel “Endless Surf Hostel”. First, the article starts with a biographical outline and shares some of Nuno’s surf experiences. After this introduction he answers some questions you might have regarding surfing in Portugal.