Lake Tekapo, the Northern-most lake of our Canterbury Lakes Discovery Trip, offers fantastic scenic views – a landscape right out of Lord of the Rings. We give you the run down on what you can expect here. Geography of Lake Tekapo: Lake Tekapo is about 3 hours drive south-west of Christchurch and 45 minutes from […]
Category: Surfari Trips
Close your eyes and imagine your ideal windsurfing or foiling trip. It’s probably not a sweaty tour bus, a guide herding you around, a school camp, or a wild party. Our Water Nomads Surfari Trips offer a completely different experience that caters to your passion for the sport and your sense of adventure. Our Surfari Trips are designed for a small group of intermediate to advanced windsurfers and foilers, ranging from six to ten individuals who share your enthusiasm for living life on the water.
Another stunning weekend in Taradise – the Taranaki Wave Classic 2023 saw some amazing sailing in Pungarehu on Sunday and more sailing, winging and surfing on various spots along the coast on Friday and Saturday. Here is how our Water Nomads crew experienced the weekend.
The Taranaki Wave Classic is approaching fast. To ensure a fun and safe event for everyone, let’s brush up on those waveriding priority rules and etiquette.
Lake Pukaki is always a favourite during our Canterbury Lakes Discovery Trip. Everyone is keen to get that money shot! Fair enough, as the scenery is hard to match. New Zealand’s highest mountain Aoraki Mount Cook and several other snow capped mountains are towering at the Northern end of the lake. We give you the […]
Imagine sailing here! This dream can come true. Each year in summer (January and February) we run a few Surfari Trips in South Canterbury, our Canterbury Lakes Discovery Trip. Based in Twizel, in beautiful McKenzie Country, we have a good variety of lakes to chose from, depending on the wind direction and weather conditions. We […]
Wavesailing in Taranaki Part 1 was about getting an overview of the area. This is Part 2 which will give you more details about the main wavesailing spots.
When you say “Wavesailing in New Zealand”, you need to say as well “Taranaki”. This is an overview of New Zealands top wavesailing location.
Our two Surfaris to Northland in July couldn’t have been much more different from each other. They were only one week apart, but had a completely different character. Whereas one was 4 days of Groundhog-Day, the other one showed a few different facets of the Far North. Northland Matariki Surfari Trip For our Matariki Surfari […]
Well, we must say, the forecast wasn’t favourable for this Surfari, with a low settling right on top of Northland. Being in the center of the storm, it was supposed to be absolutely windless and we feared this weekend would be a first: A whole Surfari without any wind! No!!!! But the last day proved […]