What makes a Soul Surfer? For us it is more than ripping, more than winning titles. It's something way less tangible, but here we are, trying to parse out what makes our favourite surfers, soulful.
For the last part of this series we wanted to focus on the ocean spaces that surfers are connected to the most: the unique coastal ecosystems where surfable waves break.
We've compiled our very own Surf Guide for the Algarve. South, West & Mid Coast (yes, that's a thing) - our favourite places to surf, wrapped up into a neat little guide. Just for you.
In the third instalment of our World Ocean series, we delve into the wonderful world of biodiversity – the way that nature uses variety to maintain balance and help life on Earth thrive.
In part two of our World Ocean series, we look at ocean acidification – what it is, where it came from and why it’s so terrible for our planet.
This month of June, we’re getting into the spirit of World Ocean Day and raising awareness of some key issues affecting our global ocean, and potential solutions too.
In Conversation with Linzi Hawkin from Protect Blue to discuss Ocean Literacy and why it matters
We've compiled our very own Surf Guide for Kerala, put together after years of exploring and testing out surf spots. Hard job, but someone has to do it. Read on to find out the best places to surf on this ...
This piece was written by our good friends at Salty Swamis, and kindly reproduced here for your pleasure – A Surf History of Sri Lanka…
This is the first list in a series of recommendations, on topics that inform us as individuals and as a company. Travel, adventure, nature, ocean, culture, soul, art, music, community. Today we talk our kind of surf movies.
Founder Ed Templeton talks about the last decade – yes, decade – of Soul & Surf, the challenges, the incredible experiences, and why it's still so important to carry on.
Nat is Soul & Surf's Sustainability Consultant, a roving surf and yoga instructor, and an eXXpedition ambassador.