Yoga, Chill, Surf, Repeat! A Portugal Surfari Tour

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Yoga, Chill, Surf, Repeat! A Portugal Surfari Tour

Sample Portugal in the best way possible – by surfing, yoga-ing and chilling. Then repeat. Make waves and hit the streets in buzzing Lisbon, then head to our surf camp home in Ericeira. Surf the day away or unwind with a yoga class for ultimate chills. You may not reach pro-surfer status by the end of the trip, but it sure is a great way to start.

Sat 16 Jun - Sat 23 Jun Pricing From R 20,500 pp
Sat 11 Aug - Sat 18 Aug Pricing From R 20,500 pp
Sat 01 Sep - Sat 08 Sep Pricing From R 17,900 pp


  • Buy 1 get 1 FREE: 16 June Departure

  • 25% OFF: 16 June Departure for solo pax

  • 25% OFF: 11 August Departure


The Bucket List

  • Yoga lesson
  • Surf lessons
  • Guided tour of Lisbon


More Inclusions

  • 7 breakfasts,
  • 2 lunches,
  • 4 dinners
  • 7 nights in hostels
  • Guided tours of all major cities
  • Awesome Trip Leader


Trip Itinerary

Day 1 - Lisbon, Portugal

Pocket a Portuguese tart and get to know your soon-to-be surfari mates. Get friendly with the capital city on foot and keep an eye out for all things Portuguese. Discover why Lisbon is basically the San Francisco of Europe - get excited, it's going to be an incredible eight days ahead. Included today: -Walking tour of Lisbon Meals: -Dinner

Day 2 - Lisbon to Lagos

Bye for now Lisbon and onwards to Lagos. Beaches galore - but first we tackle the cobbled backstreets. Top tip: look out for a handful of allyou-can-eat sushi places hiding in the streets of Lagos. We love local cuisine, but all-you-can-eat? #winning Included today: -Lagos walking tour Meals: -Breakfast

Day 3 - Lagos

Beach and chill. Done. See how many of the 100+ beaches in the area you can tick off before sunset (epic views included). Meals: -Breakfast

Day 4 - Lagos to Ericeria

Check into Ericeira, home to the only surfing reserve in Europe. Set up at the surf camp before we launch into all things mind, body and soul over the next few days. Some say the name Ericeira refers to sea urchins. Others say hedgehog. It may be lost in translation but no doubt deserves some exploring. Meals: -Breakfast -Dinner

Day 5 - Ericeria

First time surfer? No stress. Kick off the day with an included lesson to get acquainted with the lingo, and skills, and then off you go. Later, take savasana with an included yoga class before dinner. Included today: -Surf Lesson -Yoga lesson Meals: -Breakfast -Lunch -Dinner

Day 6 - Ericeria

Learn to surf 101 continued. A new day means new skills to be mastered in our second class before we take on the pro-circuit (or not?). Attempt to catch some waves or soak up the sun. Included today: -Surf lesson Meals: -Breakfast -Lunch -Dinner

Day 7 - Ericeria to Lisbon

First up today we’ll make a pit stop in historic Sintra, where you can swing by beautiful pastel-coloured buildings, exotic gardens and palaces that look like they’re straight out of a fairytale. When your camera roll is full, it’s back to Lisbon for a walking tour of the Belém district. Afterwards, steal a minute to yourself or grab company and wind down in the Lisbon Botanical Gardens – a city oasis which is the result of a king wanting one of every type of plant in the world. Sprawl out, have a picnic and get in touch with nature (while also seeking some respite from all your exploring!). Included today: -Driving tour of Lisbon Meals: -Breakfast

Day 8 - Lisbon

Quick debrief over breakfast, brag about your new found surfer #skills then say goodbye. Here, we wrap up and start planning the next adventure. Meals: -Breakfast Accommodation Hostel Plus trips host our most eclectic types of accommodation. While modern hostels make up the majority of your overnighters you could also stay in hotels (free upgrade – yeah!) or bungalows.  The ‘More Inclusions’ section details what type of accommodation will be used for overnight stops on your trip. The number of people to a room on Hostel Plus trips will vary. For hostels you will have multi-share rooms and usually share with between 3 and 5 others (although in some circumstances you will share with more than 5) while in hotels there will be twin or triple-shares (and the odd quad-room). Bungalows can be up to 4 people to a room. Please note: When staying on a Hostel Plus trip, multi-share accommodation is single-sex. 


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