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3 Reasons To Travel With An Inflatable SUP

SAN DIEGO, California - One of the greatest things about being part of a sport/lifestyle like Stand Up Paddling is being able to do it anywhere. Not just around your home town or even other parts of your country, but anywhere around the world - provided there is water. Paddling in other parts of the world allows you to experience a new place in a familiar way, adding a new dynamic to any trip. One of the biggest drawbacks to traveling is the criminal charge that most airplanes place on taking a board. This is why inflatable boards come are so handy. To help us better understand the process of traveling with an inflatable board and what the pro's are, we've broken down five easy points to consider.

  • Published in Gear

Paddle Boarding Cape Town, South Africa

The city of Cape Town is crowned and guarded by Table Mountain, one of the new Seven Natural Wonders Of The World. Today we're taking you through some of the finer points about the paddling scene in and around the city, giving you a taste of what to expect from this bucket-list location.

  • Published in Travel

Paddle Boarding Punta Mita, Mexico

Bodie Shandro, a Pro Certified Stand Up Paddle Instructor and Guide with Surfit, and his wife Brenda have planned a luxury SUP Surf Safari trip where paddlers will ride the perfect SUP Surf for aspiring sup wave riders looking for playful, non-intimidating waves.

  • Published in Travel

Paddle Boarding Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico

There are several Stand up Paddle events that are taking place this weekend, but one in particular is not the typical SUP scene. In fact it's a week long retreat in an extremely stunning but curious place.

  • Published in Travel

Paddle Boarding Bora Bora

Bora Bora seems to be a very popular stand up paddle destination and more and more SUPers are saying that it is on their bucket list of places to visit.  But why is that?  What is it that is so intriguing about this particular spot?

  • Published in Travel

SUP Destinations, What's on Your List?

It's time to truly Supconnect with one another!  As a somewhat experienced SUPer, your help is wanted.  Where have you been paddling, and where do you want your SUP adventures to take you?  Which locations have provided an amazing experience and which ones should be avoided at all costs?

  • Published in Travel

Paddle Boarding La Réunion, Indian Ocean

Réunion has so many of those hidden & wild spots...waterfalls are countless here...It feels like a decor from the Avatar movie...Huge lakes at the very bottom of a stone throat with very stiff cliffs and water falls roaring 100 meter high! The adventure lasted 3 weeks.

  • Published in Travel

Paddle Boarding Shipwrecks, Indonesia

Karina Figl flees the cold winter waters of Cape Town for the tropical warmth of Indonesian breaks. Read about her stand up paddleboard surf sessions in Indo.

  • Published in Travel
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