Water Nomads Windfoiling Trips

Ultimate Trips for the 2020 Season

Born from the success of the initial 2019 season trips to Taranaki, Water Nomads are broadening the scope for the 2020 season.  Taranaki will remain a prominent destination on the calendar as it is the premium wave sailing location, and of course our favourite.

None more so than the ‘world famous in New Zealand’ upcoming ‘Taranaki Wave Classic 2019’. Fast approaching, this coming Labour Weekend (October) Water Nomads are offering a ‘TWC Warm Up Trip’. Aimed at intermediate to advanced wave sailors all the hassle is removed. Healthy food, cosy accommodation and great crew to discover the best the region has to offer, and be ready to rip it up for the TWC event.

New entries into the calendar – a luxury weekend in the Bay of Islands for wind foiling.  This is exclusive and strictly limited in places.  The ultimate holiday water front location in pristine surroundings. Seriously, you are on the beach! Fully catered for with five-star cuisine, and surrounded by likeminded enthusiastic sailors.

As the end of year approaches, there is a further opportunity to jump into our pre-Xmas Surfari trip to Taranaki to take advantage of the Spring winds and undoubtedly epic waves! As with our previous 2019 season trips, there is superb whole foods fully catered for, together with the best spot guide for the conditions of the day, and not forgetting a fantastic group to share all the experiences with.

For more details, contact us via our website www.waternomads.co.nz, email [email protected] or call us on (+64) 021 044 5914.

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