Truck Surf Hotel

All it takes is a trip to any coastal-surf hotspot to see car parks packed with VW Campers, vans, caravans, tents – filled with surfers on an overnight stay to wake up and catch the best early morning waves. For some however, this isn’t luxury enough.

Of course there are coastal hotels to stay in, but while some days these may be close to the best waves, others they won’t be – and for the passionate surfer they need to be close, and that’s where Truck Surf come in.

Founders Edu and Daniela explain;

‘ We have been traveling for many years in a campervan through Europe and Africa, exploring different cultures, surf spots, making new friends, with the freedom to live each adventure as one. We wanted to create something different to share this lifestyle and offer people the flexibility to travel with comfort and the best outdoor experiences. So we created the Truck Surf Hotel that gives the opportunity to explore uncrowded surf spots with the best waves, different natural parks and mountains, live different cultures with a luxurious hotel on wheels that goes everywhere. Our commitment to the local culture and environment spreads with us to our destinations. This project is all about sharing travel experiences, making new friends and connecting with each other, combining surf, nature and adventure in a new way of traveling. A unique experience you will never forget!’

They provide week long trips in Portugal and Morocco for the luxury surf experience with prices starting from just over € 600 per person.

Head over to www.trucksurfhotel.com to find out more and book.

Written by Dr Jamie Branson

I provide a broad spectrum of news to View TV News whilst taking stories from the public and allowing people to hear about the real news every day of the week. Check out more at https://viewtvnews.com

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