Photo: Tuna statue indicating the direction of the wind. Placed in different places along the ‘Costa de la Luz’ in 2013, when the first ‘Ruta del Atun’ took place.
Even the license plates in Bonaire say ‘divers paradise’. Bonaire, a famous destination in the scubadiving world, not so much in the freedive world (yet…). So let’s explore the potential of Bonaire as a freedivers paradise! This little southern Caribbean Island is blessed with rough natural beauty above as well as below the surface. Besides curiosity,, Read More
A long stretched empty white beach, a stunning mountain back drop view, a steady 20 knots wind 80% of the year, friendly Cape Verde beach boys and girls, good local food, and sunshine, all year round! That’s Salamansa beach in Sao Vicente, Cape Verde. What a kitesurfing spot!
Southern Tenerife seems for many adventure seekers a ‘no-go’ because of the big tourism developments and touristic crowd. Don’t let this hold you back from visiting the south coast.
For most of us adventure traveller counts, the less crap we have, the better. We like to travel light. The holidays are coming and preferably we just receive a few pesos to put into the adventure fund instead of a present. If your friend, brother or mum insist to receive your adventure travel wish list,, Read More
To escape from the peak holiday invasion of the Spanish, Italians and Portugese into Tarifa, I moved out of town in summer. I went camping. So back to basics with battery, water, bladder, and ant management being daily business. Falling asleep watching the flickering lights on the other side in Morocco, waking up with