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.
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.
Restoring wild ecosystems, supporting wildlife and biodiversity and helping fight climate change. Why we have partnered with Mossy Earth.
At Soul & Surf we believe it’s high time for a surfing revolution. A Soul of Surfing revolution that we’ll be rolling out throughout 2021.
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 order to reach our own Sustainable-ish targets, one of the things we’ve done is partnered with Mossy Earth - read on for the interview.
As a company, never mind a travel company, aiming to become actually ‘sustainable’ is impossibly difficult. At times that has made us feel like we are failing which then led to dithering and inaction.
Nat is Soul & Surf's Sustainability Consultant, a roving surf and yoga instructor, and an eXXpedition ambassador.
Soul People: Those of you who've been to stay with us at Soul & Surf Portugal already will have met Nat, our fantastic yoga teacher.
We are starting to see the significant impacts our trash problem has on the environment and human health. We are realizing that this is a worldwide problem, which isn’t constraint to political boundaries and will take the efforts of ...
Surfers Against Sewage are leading the way in protecting our seas. We've been huge fans ever since their iconic environmental work in the 90s with guerrilla style campaigns like the one below.
Soul&Surf India is situated on beautiful cliffs overlooking the Arabian Sea in the small coastal town of Varkala. This area is known to be one of the cleanest and most beautiful regions in India.