SUP Travel

Travelling to stand up paddle is one of life’s necessities. In our travel section you’ll find stories, articles and mini guides from various SUP locations – home and away.

Hidden treasures of Mauritius

Words and pics: : Laurent Nevarez Raphael Filippi and ISA SUP Racing World Championship runner up Olivia Piana discover what this little corner of Indian Ocean paradise has [...]

MINI Guide… Cardiff

Overview Cardiff International White Water (CIWW), based next to the River Ely, opened its doors in 2010 as the UK’s first pumped white water course. In 2013 an indoor [...]

A river flows through it…

Photos: Pierre Bouras Nantes is a big old French city that occupies land along the Loire River in the west of the country. One of the major hubs in the historic province of [...]

Chichester Canal, West Sussex

Overview Chichester Canal is a watery stretch of paddling tranquillity that flows from the heart of this ancient market town. A place to escape the south coast chop during [...]

Llangennith, South Wales

Overview A spit of land jutting into the Atlantic from the South Wales coastline, Llangennith has been the haunt for many a hardened wave warrior over the years. With its [...]

Crantock Bay, Cornwall

Overview Crantock Bay is possibly one of the most overlooked flat water paddling spots in all of Cornwall. Sure, it has its awesome wave break, which will test the best on [...]

Maldives Magic

Words: Jan Sleigh Photos: Jan Sleigh, Renée Gallin and Frederic Salvanet To most the Maldives conjures up images of romantic honeymooners lounging in front of peaceful [...]