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Make the most of your time off this summer by embarking on an epic surf trip through Portugal with a little help from Rapture and our surf camp in Ericeira. No matter what skill level you’re at or how many days you have to spare, Portugal offers the perfect blend of waves, culture, weather and … Read More

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The sun is shining, the beers are cold and the waves are firing… those surf lessons in Nicaragua must be calling your name. Here’s everything you need to know before you go. Few places in the world offer a learn to surf experience like Nicaragua. There’s swell pretty much all year round, the locals are … Read More

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Looking for a surf camp near Lisbon? Check out the following article and discover for yourself why we offer the perfect surfing experience for all skills levels. Once you decide that you want to try surfing for the first time, the next step is to book a surf camp. Finding the right one to suit … Read More

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Booking a surf camp in Bali with us is a piece of cake, but if you have any questions about when to go, what type of accommodation packages we offer and whether you need prior surfing experience, this article will help. Read on for more information. The Indonesian island of Bali is a mecca for … Read More

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If you’re a fan of playful peaks, fresh food and exotic tropical destinations that won’t break the bank, then it’s high tide… ahem… high time you booked a surf camp in Costa Rica. Before you pull the trigger though, check out Rapture’s 9 tips for planning the perfect surf trip. An overseas surf trip is … Read More

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Our go-to guide for surfers of all skills levels craving a surf trip to the tropics that ticks all of the boxes. Learn all about our surf camp and surf lessons in Costa Rica by reading on below. If your idea of the perfect learn to surf destination includes palm trees, white sand beaches and … Read More

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Minus the saltwater and add a whole lot of stoke and you’re left with some of the weirdest waves around the world. Read about some of them below and feel free to let us know if you’ve ever surfed a strange wave. Surfers are an intrepid bunch. Willing to forgo modern comforts and explore the … Read More

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Learn how to improve your surfing with these 6 easy steps and a little guidance from Rapture Surfcamps talented team of experienced surf instructors. Riding the whitewash is fun… for a while. But sooner or later you’re going to develop a deep and unshakeable desire to surf an unbroken wave. This longing for an open … Read More

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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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