Plan Your Next Water Sports Adventure
Looking for a fun way to stay active during the summer? Here at Active Weekender we think that water sports offer the best activities when it comes to keeping cool while staying active.
From low key fun like snorkeling to adrenaline-packed wakeboarding sessions, we’ve got something for everyone.
Check out our guides and resources below to get tips on water-based fun that will get your heart pumping. From beginners to more advanced skill levels, we’ve got you covered.
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If you have done any stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) while on vacation or with friends who are paddle boarders, then you might be interested in getting yourself a new standup paddle board. Paddle boarding beginners can easily get overwhelmed when shopping for a good SUP because there is a lot involved in choosing a good
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Surfing in Europe is very different to surfing anywhere else in the world. There are hundreds of surf spots along the Atlantic Coast and most of them are beach breaks. The different countries and cultures that you come across make surfing in Europe so unique. In Europe, a ten minute drive across the border means
If you’re new to kayaking, or even if you’re not, there is a decent chance that you’re risking back injury each time you lift that kayak out of the water and off your vehicle. I know what you’re thinking, lifting one of these is a pretty simple and straightforward process. And yeah, that’s true if
Whether you’re going out paddling somewhere with a cooler climate, like Ireland, or doing some winter kayaking, you can still enjoy your time out on the water despite the lower temperature. The important thing to remember is that you need to be dressed warmly enough that you don’t get too cold while you’re out there.