A few years ago, skateboards began their triumphal procession. Today they are almost indispensable as sports equipment and partly as means of transport. In most larger towns, there are ramps and surfaces where you can skate and train new jumps and tricks. However, if you are looking for an alternative or a little variety, you can combine skating with water sports. If you do not want to miss skating on holiday, skimboarding possibly an interesting solution. Continue reading “Skimboarding – Good News From Watersport”
Stand Up Paddling (SUP) is quite similar to surfing. Standing like when surfing on the surfboard, but we do not paddle with hands while lying down. In SUP, one do paddling, but by standing up with a piercing paddle.
This sport is different from the surf even though both use the board as the main equipment. Surfing relies on strong winds and big waves, while the SUP is just the opposite. Continue reading “Stand Up Paddling – Watersport Evolves”
Trends in water sports are a trend in sports and adventure. From surfing and sailing to diving, swimming and stand up paddling (SUP). The current water sports trends, introduce new products and accompany water sports enthusiasts in their extreme experiences. Continue reading “Water Sports Trends – Good Sign For Industry”
Backpacking can be interpreted as a way to travel with less spending. This can be done by choosing the cheaper accommodation, the transport fare, and the food. In doing that, keep staying healthy and comfortable. Selective spending at tourist destinations is also a basic consideration on backpacking. Continue reading “Backpacking Overseas – A New Trend In Tourism”