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Author Archives: Lachlan Campbell

If you’re planning a surf trip to the tropics then check out our latest article, where we break down the top 10 items you need to take to guarantee good times no matter what goes down. Your surfboards, boardies or bikinis, your surfboard bag and your passport. These are obviously the first things you need … Read More

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With so many options out there ranging from the extravagant to the downright shabby, booking a surf camp can be overwhelming. Read on to discover what you should look for in a surf camp Booking a surf camp is one of the best things you’ll ever do. You get to make new friends, see new … Read More

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Take a seat and enjoy a lesson on surfing in Portugal with our latest article that chronicles the history of wave riding in this ruggedly beautiful European surf destination. Portugal enjoys a rich surf history that stretches back to the early 1920s. As opposed to large surfing nations such as Australia, the USA, Brazil, South … Read More

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Traveling with your surfboard can be a real-life nightmare. Here’s how to avoid the drama of flying with a board and save yourself a little cash at the same time. Surfboards, unlike skateboards or even snowboards, are notoriously unwieldy things to travel with. They’re bulky, they’re heavy and worst of all… they’re breakable. Getting off … Read More

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If you’re leaning towards booking a surf camp in Portugal then you’ve come to the right place. Before you go though, check out Rapture Surfcamps’ list of what to expect when it comes to surfing in Portugal Portugal as a learn to surf destination really needs no introduction, but because we here at Rapture Surfcamps … Read More

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Learn to surf in Costa Rica and discover why so many beginners return year after year to this peaceful Central American nation. Once regarded as a hush-hush surf destination for Americans in the 60s and 70s looking for empty lineups and peeling pointbreaks, Costa Rica has since become one of Central America’s most popular learn … Read More

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Thinking of going on your very first surfing adventure, but aren’t sure whether to book a surf camp or a surf school? Don’t stress. We’ve got all the information you need to make a decision right here. Read on to find out more. So you’ve been bitten by the surfing bug and are thinking of … Read More

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Read our 6 awesome tips for beginner surfers and learn how to shred the waves in no time at all. There are plenty of blog posts claiming that they’ve got the best tips for beginner surfers. The truth is though that when it comes to offering advice on learning to surf, there’s no one better … Read More

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It’s said that the waves in Nicaragua are always offshore, but is this just another saltwater fable or an established fact? We uncover the truth about the surf conditions in The Land of Lakes and Volcanoes surf conditions and explain why it’s still one of the best learn to surf destinations in the world. If … Read More

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If you want to learn to surf in Bali but aren’t too keen on crowded waves, check out our latest article and discover how to score a few epic sessions with only a handful of people. Everyone loves learning to surf in Bali – and for good reason. It picks up plenty of swell, there … Read More

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