So this is a quick summary of Brads Sup tour yesterday morning. We started early, just after 6am from Pigeon Point. Caught a few small waves for fun. Once we reached the airport area, we powered against the wind for exercise. Great sweat! Thanks for the great vibes, we loved taking you for a sup.
Here’s a short video showing some of the highlights of last weekends Rainbow Cup Triathlon at Turtle Beach, Tobago. Stand Up Paddle Tobago was asked to help with water safety for all the swimming races. Of course this is missing the Shade after, which was a blast. Well done to the organizers for another great Tobago event.
In any month in Tobago there are an assortment of festivals. The last 3 weeks we had Indian Arrival Day, Fashion week, and the Dragon Boat Festival. This weekend is the Rainbow Cup Triathlon. If you decide to visit then why not combine your trip with an awesome outdoor adventure with Stand Up Paddle Tobago. Check us out http://www.standuppaddletobago.com
There are lots of videos out there in web land that get you excited to go out and do fun activities. You know the ones that mix video and music to give you goosebumps on your skin. I’m going to share a few of my favourites with you all. These videos always get me cyked to go for a surf, kitesurf, stand up paddle, free dive, etc. If any of you know of other awesome videos, please share by commenting below. Stay stoked people!
This is an easy Swamp tour done through the Pigeon Point Heritage Park. The water is flat calm. You can expect to see various mangrove swamp, and bird life. This tour takes about 1 hour. Check us out at http://www.standuppaddletobago.com
Jill and Tim’s first stand up paddle adventure. They did awesome. Our full tour was 4.48km. Of course it helped that we stopped off at Cocoreef for a refreshing beverage. Thanks for a great morning guys.