Are you thinking of a visit to Taiwan and not quite sure where to go? We absolutely love the country, and so much so, we are considering returning. We outline below the different regions that a popular for tourists (and some less so) in a hope to help you construct your itinerary. Taiwan is a … Continue reading Where to visit in Taiwan?
The water is warm, the people are awesome, the food is great, the waves are fun and the prices are reasonable. Plenty of reasons to head to Taiwan to surf. For most consistent swell and good winds, travel from September to March. There are still waves in summer, however they are dependant on typhoon swells. … Continue reading Surfing Taiwan
If you're in the area, it's probably because you're on a tourist bus or you're there to surf. We stayed north of Taitung in an area close by Donghe and south of Cheng Gong at Formosa Surf camp. Between the morning and afternoon surf, we loaned a scooter and explored the area. Traffic is minimal … Continue reading What to do on Taiwan’s Taitung Coast; Jinzun, Donghe and Dulan
If you’re heading to Chicama, the reason is for the surf. It has a famous point break and surfers flock from everywhere in search of the perfect wave. The town is an old remote fishing town with very little to do. Walking around, you will see pueblo's and brightly painted properties which is interesting artistically. There's … Continue reading Chicama – for a surfing holiday
Todos Santos is a small boutique town, about 45 Mins - 1 hour via the highway from Los Cabos or an 1 hour and 30 minutes from the airport. For budding artists, honeymooners or those keen for a surf nearby, the area could be described as quaint, artistic, eclectic and cruisy. The properties are painted … Continue reading Where to go in Todos Santos, Mexico