Thrillism – The ultimate travel Bucket List

At Thrillism, they made an ultimate travel bucket list.
They are all about inspiring you to pursue an adventure; something you may have dreamed of trying or by packing up and heading out to do something you already know and love. From hiking, freeriding and kayaking to kitesurfing or surfing.

The world has many corners that are largely unexplored by the mainstream tourists, matched with destinations that are well known. Whether it’s surfing in Hawaii, away from the tourists, or discovering a new mountain to shred in Canada, it is all out there.

Two destinations of Surfana Surftrips are mentioned in their article, which you can read in the blog below.
For the full article, click here.

 

Azores, Portugal

Feel the force of nature in the raw. A world of mud-pots, geysers, sapphire blue, emerald green, hot springs, volcanic cones, magic grottos, hydrangeas, azaleas and magnificent surf beaches. A land for poets and surfers.

The insider’s secrets

What is a “must do” when visiting the area?

Stay in a fantastic hill-side villa at Ponta Delgada. Surf each day or simply explore the island.

What’s your top general recommendation?

Relax in the cosmopolitan town of Ponta Delgada, where you will find a harmonious mix of the contemporary and historical – with plenty of restaurants, shopping, and entertainment.

Anything else to add?

Adventurers should explore more of the island and the Azores group, with options including; whale watching, hiking, canyoning, horse-riding, mountain biking, and diving.

 

 

Lagos, Portugal

Feel the buzz and bustle of Algarve as you explore the historic coastline and village of Lagos. Surf on golden beaches with great breaks. Breathe in the fresh Atlantic air, taste fabulous cuisine and experience the vibrant culture.

The insider’s secrets

What is a “must do” when visiting the area?

When visiting the area in the Algarve, Portugal, it’s a must to go visit the many beautiful beaches on the west and south coast.

What’s your top general recommendation?

You would definitely have to try the typical tremocos with a good glass of red wine, local fresh fish and the famous and delicious Portuguese pastel de nata. There are many amazing views and sunsets seen from the cliffs and nature is really stunning.

Anything else to add?

Also you would have to go to the pizza party on Friday evening with us. It’s on a farm in the middle of nowhere with a lot of pizza, good vibes and dancing under the stars!