Windsurfing SouthlandWindsurfing Riverton

Windsurfing Southland

The Far South, as opposed to the Far North. Most people associate freezing cold winds from the Antarctic, icebergs drifting past, massive swells and gnarly coastlines. And of course plenty of wildlife: seals, sealions, penguins and huge great white sharks. But we also heard of epic tales of Colac Bay and Monkey Island. So we […]

Water Nomads on TourWindsurfing

Water Nomads on Tour

It’s been over a month now that we packed up our house in Auckland, crammed everything into our storage container and moved into our van – Water Nomads on tour.  The idea is to travel the country, explore new spots and locations and connect with lots of interesting people all over the country. This should […]

Introducing our loyalty program – SunPointsSunPoints

Introducing our loyalty program – SunPoints

At Water Nomads, we take our motto “Come a stranger – leave a friend” literally. A lot of our guests come back for more and turn into good friends. Over the last few years, we already rewarded those returning customers with perks and specials. However, with our customer base growing, we decided to formalise it […]

Happy Birthday to us – Water Nomads turns 3!Happy birthday

Happy Birthday to us – Water Nomads turns 3!

The journey over the past 3 years has been exciting and full of surprises. Finding a name and a logo that represents the character and motivation behind the business was our first challenge. We settled with the name Water Nomads as it includes travelling, exploring new places, being open for new things and meeting people […]

Surfari 4th-6th of December 2020 – 8 wave hungry Water Nomads on the hunt for that elusive spot of the day….Wild day at The Reef, Taranaki, New Zealand

Surfari 4th-6th of December 2020 – 8 wave hungry Water Nomads on the hunt for that elusive spot of the day….

Saturday morning, the swell dropped heaps from the day before, and the wind was supposed to pick up again. It was only the direction that wasn’t perfect for the usual spots around New Plymouth. But that’s why you are in Taranaki, an exposed 270 degree coastline that offers cross-offshore conditions in nearly any wind direction […]

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